Seeking Virtue

Through History and Scripture

By David Goza

Seeking Virtue

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  • ISBN: 9781532698927
  • Pages: 180
  • Publication Date: 5/29/2020
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Seeking Virtue

Through History and Scripture

By David Goza

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  • ISBN: 9781532698927
  • Pages: 180
  • Publication Date: 5/29/2020
  • Retail Price: $21.00
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About-

It is the purpose of this book to seek virtue through history and Scripture. Christians should seek to live virtuous lives. The contents of this book include hundreds of Scriptures that will aid believers as they pursue virtue. In addition to the Scripture, there are also hundreds of quotes and stories from various sources that will illuminate the path of virtuous living. Through all of the sources provided, this book will be a resource for those who are looking for inspiration to live a life of excellence. The unique contribution of this book is that the quotes and stories are all documented and cited. This book will be a resource for Christian teachers and preachers who are looking for relevant illustrations and quotes to be used in their sermons and Sunday school lessons.

Endorsements & Reviews-

“The historically venerated concept of virtue has fallen on hard times. In this morally dark moment, David Goza’s book, Seeking Virtue, unfolds the dimensions of virtue according to Scripture and history. Goza has carefully winnowed choice citations related to classic biblical and historical examples of virtuous—or corrupt—thinking and behavior. Highly recommended for anyone courageously undertaking the ‘road less traveled’ of virtue.”

—A. Boyd Luter, Professor of Biblical Studies, The King’s University



“Weaving examples from ancient history as well as more modern American and British history, Dr. Goza has compiled a goldmine of inspirational stories on virtuous living. The preacher will be indebted to Dr. Goza for finding inspirational stories to use in sermons. Parents will find principles and stories to teach their children. Every reader will be convicted toward a more virtuous life.”

—Steve Horn, Executive Director, Louisiana Baptists



“It is obvious that David is a student of and scholar in both Scripture and history. Seeking Virtue will be a book that pastors, Bible teachers, and anyone who loves history will have on their ‘read schedule’ and then serve as strategic resource in sermon and lesson preparation.”

—Tommy G. Middleton, Executive Director, Baptist Association of Greater Baton Rouge



“‘ . . . add to your faith virtue, to virtue knowledge . . . ’ Peter challenges the believer to pursue moral excellence, or what we call virtue. My friend, Dr. Goza, carefully illustrates the truth of Scripture and the call to virtue with revealing and insightful accounts from history, both ancient and modern. History is the acid test for the truth of Scripture, and in Seeking Virtue, Dr. Goza proves that truth once again. I highly recommend Seeking Virtue!”

—Tony Perkins, President, Family Research Council, Washington, DC

Contributors-

David Goza

Bio(s)-

David Goza is senior pastor of Jefferson Baptist Church, Baton Rouge, Louisiana. He holds a PhD degree in church history from Southwestern Seminary. In addition, Goza is an associate professor of church history and subject matter expert in church history at Rawlings School of Divinity, Liberty University, and an adjunct professor for the Leavell School, New Orleans Baptist Seminary. David and his wife, Dana, a physical therapist, have four children: Nate, Alex, Will, and Anna.

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