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How the Church Corrupts the Message of Jesus (Paperback)
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How the Church Corrupts the Message of Jesus (Paperback)

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Paperback 256 Pages / Published: 19/02/2010
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The world church falls into many of the traps which about which Jesus issued some of his starkest warnings. This hard-hitting prophetic book identifies: Syncretism - how can we avoid giving lip service to a multi-faith approach; Pharisaism - how to participate in public debate without adopting positions of the extreme Christian right; and, Saducees - it is so easy to focus on maintaining structures. Jesus overturned the moneychangers. Essenes - one temptation is always withdrawal from the world. Jesus stayed engaged. Zealots - some Christian groups advocate armed action. Paramilitary themes in Left Behind series. Jesus refused this option. Samaritans - how Jesus responded to those of other faiths. The spiritual forces behind bigotry. The Romans - how to share your faith with dignity.

Publisher: Lion Hudson Plc
ISBN: 9781854249029
Number of pages: 256
Dimensions: 198 x 130 mm

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