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By Miguel Hayworth
Aug 15, 2012
Paul Charles is writing from a bias prospective as he is protective over various TV evangelists who promote the prosperity gospel such as Joyce Meyer and also his love for Roman Catholicism, this books seeks to reflect on what is happening in the churches today we cannot guarantee this will be to everyone's liking but this book is accurate to its description, challenging post modern Christianity. This book has not been read by P Charles who is coming from an emotional bias, the criticism comes as a result of my disagreement with Word of Faith prosperity teachers the ones you see on Television, just because some one disagrees with the author does mean he is not Biblical, the books description does show how many today has gone away from orthodox biblical Christianity because of post modernism and cultural relativity our friend P Charles promotes, the views that are held concerning the mode of street preaching are from from the following past preachers and authors, to get this... More > understanding of this background please look up. The KJV 1611 Bible, BROADMAN BIBLE COMMENTARY, F. DELITZSCH, JONATHAN EDWARDS sinners in the hands of an angry God, CHARLES G. FINNEY The Guilt of Sin, pp.84-85, THE INTERNATIONAL CRITICAL COMMENTARY, THE INTERPRETER'S BIBLE, LAYMAN'S BIBLE COMMENTARY, MATTHEW HENRY'S COMMENTARY, J. VERNON MCGEE Psalms, Vol.1, p.72, CHARLES H. SPURGEON The Treasury of David, Vol.2, pp.57-58, AUGUSTUS HOPKINS STRONG Systematic Theology, p.290f, JOHN WESLEY (1703-1791, founder of Methodism)Explanatory Notes Upon the Old Testament, Vol.2, p.1639, Please do not let public opinion put you off from reading this for yourself.< Less