Former pastor Tullian Tchividjian, a grandson of the late evangelist Billy Graham, has revealed that his book, Jesus + Nothing = Everything, is being republished three years after it was taken out of print due to the morality clause he violated.
“Just over three years ago, the book was taken out of print by the original publisher because I violated the morality clause in my contract and the rights were returned to me. I never thought it would ever be republished,” Tchividjian announced on his website last week.
“Well, not long ago I was approached by Fortress Press about the possibility of putting it back in print — slightly revised, newly designed, with a new introduction from me,” he added.
“I’m honored, humbled, and greatly appreciative of Fortress for their support of me, their commitment to the Gospel, and their vision for this book. Of all the books I’ve written, this is the one that people ask about the most. And while the messenger fell hard, the message remains true and necessary.”
Tchividjian resigned as senior pastor of Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church in Florida in 2015 after admitting to having an affair on his wife, Kim, which also led to his divorce that same year.
The author and pastor, who later remarried, has owned up on several occasions to making big mistakes and has said that he deserved to lose his ministry for the choices he made.
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Source: Christian Post