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Abe Peters

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The Story of Christianity, Vol. 1, Revised and Updated audiobook cover art

very well done

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Reviewed: 11-17-17

loved this book
I recommend it to anyone looking to learn more about historical Christianity

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  • Jesus Untangled
  • Crucifying Our Politics to Pledge Allegiance to the Lamb
  • By: Keith Giles
  • Narrated by: Dean Wendt

best books I've read regarding faith and politics

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Reviewed: 05-16-17

When I first encountered​ Christ He introduced me to a whole new world and mindset, I was deeply affected by His love and mercy.
Yet as I turned my gaze back to the world I know all too well but now with a brand new perspective.
I naturally sought out other believers in Christ for support, while I was very encouraged and to this day still continue to be encouraged by these same fellow believers, I also faced much confusion as well.
Not necessarily from the people still of this world, but from Brothers and sisters entangled in this world system.
Don't misunderstand, we all are entangled, I'm very entangled.
All of us in Christ are in our own journey towards a better understanding as we are being aligned with our teacher and Lord Jesus Christ.
I feel as Paul declares in Philippians 3:12
Not that I have already obtained all this, or have already arrived at my goal, but I press on to take hold of that for which Christ Jesus took hold of me.

Keith Giles in his book Jesus untangled makes a very strong case for the roll the life of a Zitizen and ambassador of Heaven should play in this world to better resemble the qualities of our future Homeland.
While reading this book you don't have to agree with all of Keith's​ conclusions to be able to see a vast difference between Westernized Christianity and Christ.

this is one of those must read books for everyone in Christ, you will be challenged and enlightened by this book, my challenge to you is, search the scriptures as you listen and follow along

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I'm amazed at the resilience of some people

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Reviewed: 02-08-17

I loved this book because it reveals the horrors of war
the resilience of poeole
and the power of forgiveness
everyone can learn from this

The Jesus I Never Knew audiobook cover art

take a look at Jesus outside the box

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Reviewed: 01-21-17

Gandi once said
I like their Christ, but I don't like their Christian, your Christians are so unlike your christ.
this is an indictment on all brothers and sisters in the Faith
from personal experience I have learned that it is impossible for me to perfectly imitate Christ, not even the most devout Christian lacks some form of missrepresentation in his or her life.
getting to know the Christian in the company of Christ is enevetable, so also is transformation.
the Christian is not Jesus and Jesus is not the Christian

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Jesus

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Reviewed: 02-29-16

I highly recommend this book to anyone who is searching for Jesus using the old and New Testament and wants to know Jesus better.

I love the way this book points out that Jesus did not merely come into existence at the nativity scene but was always a part of the Godhead.

God gave humanity dominion over all the earth and creation for their care.
Humanity however changed elegance from God to His enemy thereby forfeiting our God given rights to the enemy.

Jesus left His Devine prerogatives behind and came to earth in the form of His own creation made in His likeness and took on the same limitations and fought the enemy as a man resisting the temptation to draw from His Devine powers and took back what belongs to God.


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