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Yesterday, today, and tomorrow the church has and always will be vital to the Christian. Today we may have lost sight of this indisputable truth. Maybe the reason why we don't like the church is because it's not the church Christ intended, but what mankind has distorted. Time to refocus and capture what Christ desires for His beloved Bride. The Diner: Why is Church Important? is a fictional dystopia full of biblical dialogues addressing important elements of the church service and church life. It is the Law. You need it. Your neighbor needs it. These are theological discussions in a fictional dystopia directly addressing why church is important. Basic theology from the vantage point of a possible world.

©2014 Shane Sowers (P)2014 Shane Sowers

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