Williamson College starts book publishing division

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Williamson College (Franklin, Smyrna) has launched a new publishing division, Williamson College Press, with its first release a fascinating, modern heresy non-fiction book by author R. L. Solberg called “Torahism: Are Christians Required to Keep the Law of Moses?” 

A book launch party will be held at the Williamson College Franklin campus (274 Mallory Station Rd.) Nov. 5 at 6 p.m. It will be open to the public.

The launch party will include hors d’oeuvres and beverages, a string quartet from the Nashville Praise Symphony and copies of “Torahism” on sale at a discount. Speakers will include Williamson College President Edward M. Smith, Ph.D., and Solberg, who will share the story behind the making of the book, read from it and host a brief Q&A session. There will also be a raffle for a free book and other prizes.

“We chose ‘Torahism’ as our first book because it’s an important topic and an academically robust work, yet it’s very accessible,” Williamson College President Ed Smith said. “Rob addresses an aberrant modern theology in a way that has great application for the average Christian and will deepen the reader’s understanding of the Gospel. He does a superb job of balancing grace and truth.”

The book, Solberg’s first, is a work of Christian Apologetics, the branch of study that defends Christianity against philosophical and theological attack. It is enjoying a pre-launch buzz and features a forward by local Christian apologetics luminary Paul Wilkinson, Ph.D.

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