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  • By Megan Wallace
    Oct 15, 2009
    "Unchaste Deception" An unusual book about topics we often wonder about, an easy follow through, and all the explanations yet so simple to understand, that you question your own thoughts of not "wanting" to understand such concepts previously due to perceptions set by "culture" if you like, and the general misconception of these kind of unspoken, unasked theories. You often ask yourself; why didn't I think of that? This is so easy to understand, and you have to sit and ponder, and ask yourself, didn't I truly knew this in my gut, and why didn't I get this sooner? Is it because we automatically assume things are difficult to understand which are not often spoken about? The name on this book has truth as we decieve our minds because of our own unwillingness to chase what we so often fear. "Great Book" Megan Wallace.
  • By chantelle freire
    Jul 3, 2009
    "Unchaste Deception" I don't know how I could have called myself a christian before, after having read this author's books the meaning of christian got a new meaning, most of us think we know religion, and because of that "know" we live in fear, fear of punishment, fear of "hell", this fear is(was to me)what keeps us religious. In this book the author explain subject like, spiritualism, possession, supernatural gifts, and reincarnation in relation to the bible, which helped me to understand the message Jesus actually bring to us; a way of life, and not a religion, or a warning to listen to religion. A way of life so simple that all people can live it. One thing which I appreciate the most about the book is the fact that the author explains his statements with references to the bible and in such a manner that even the simple people like me can understand him, it is not only the scholar's and intellectual's who will understand, but most who can read will... More > understand also. It is a relief that there are still authors out there who care about the bigger public, at times the words almost speak, he has the ability to make you feel as if he is talking to the reader. This is only the way I see things, but I believe no one who buy's this book will be dissappointed. Read Jesus "The Keeper of the Truth" also.< Less
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Product Details

First Edition
Walter Muller
May 9, 2010
Perfect-bound Paperback
Interior Ink
Black & white
0.76 lbs.
Dimensions (inches)
6 wide x 9 tall
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