Identity Theft: Reclaiming the Truth of our Identity in Christ
Kruger, Melissa (ed.)
“In a secular world that boasts 50 sexual identitiesor 500 by the printing of this commendationwe see that there is no more vital topic for Christians to understand than what identity in Christ means and does. We must ask ourselves: what is the relationship between my deepest feelings and my sovereign God? Do my compelling desires tell me who I am or how I am? Te essays in Identity Theft are witty, engaging, accessible, and insightful, with helpful memory verses and study questions, encouraging readers to resist the identity theft of secular modernism and instead to grow in union with Christ.”See All
author of The Secret Thoughts of an Unlikely Convert and Te Gospel Comes with a House Key
“To know and to live into our identity is essential for both our own well-being and the well-being of the church. With compelling insights and biblical teaching, the essays collected here, written by some of wisest women I know, point out the subtle and signifcant ways true identity can be lost and found.”See All
Karen Swallow Prior
author of On Reading Well: Finding the Good Life through Great Books and Fierce Convictions: Te Extraordinary Life of Hannah More Poet, Reformer, Abolitionist
“Questions about identity swirl around and in us these days, in the public square, in our churches, and in our homes. The women who have written this book have applied theological truth to the longings and lies in our current cultural moment. A combination of truth and beauty that will make your heart soar.”See All
Director for Bibles and Reference at Lifeway Christian Resources, author of Tis Is Our Time and Eschatological Discipleship.
“I hear all the time that women want to study their identity in Christ. Now there is a book that provides a winsome, biblical, relatable guide for that study! Every chapter in this book is a winner. I cant wait to recommend it!”See All
author of Even Better Tan Eden: Nine Ways the Bibles Story Changes Everything About Your Story
Who am I? It’s a question we all ask ourselves at some point. Depending on the season we focus our identity on our job performance, marital status, personality type, or social network, among other options. However, there’s a larger question to consider. Who does the Bible tell me I am in Christ?
From the wisdom and perspective of insightful authors—including Jen Wilkin, Hannah Anderson, Trillia Newbell, and Jen Pollock Michel—we’ll seek to answer this question.
- Hannah Anderson
- Lindsey Carlson
- Courtney Doctor
- Megan Hill
- Jasmine Holmes
- Betsy Childs Howard
- Melissa Kruger
- Jen Pollock Michel
- Trillia Newbell
- Jen Wilkin