The Problems with the Greatest Church and Churches
a book in reaction to the transformation of the church from what is right to what is wrong. The author has bared his mind on many issues. I perceive that his inner feelings is that of frustration. Frustration that the sanctity of the church has been compromised by people who vehemently project themselves as leaders of the church, and also by members themselves. Godfrey has no doubt stirred the hornet's nest, even in his Biblical approach to the issues he has written on. Agreed that he would certainly be called names by many people who serve God in ignorance, and by those whose carnal interests are hit by his remarks, many very objective Christians will appreciate his concerns and will see this book as one of the bold efforts needed to reduce the speed at which Christianity is deviating from the path of holiness. - L S Ukaegbu In a great house (such as Christianity) there are not only vessels of gold and of silver, but also of wood and of earth; and some to honour, and some to dishonour. This book is especially for those whose sole mission in the church is to be found worthy of the kingdom of God. Godfrey has given astonishing explanations on a number of issues that many Christians found difficult to explain. He has highlighted human dictates that contradict the divine ways of the Almighty. This book is recommended to all who aspire to worship God in the beauty of His holiness as church leaders, preachers and teachers or simply as Christians. Students of Christian religious knowledge and all who study the Bible in order to be approved for the kingdom of God, will find this Book very inspiring, informative and a worthy companion in the race for heaven.
- Paperback | 298 pages
- 152.4 x 228.6 x 19.05mm | 517.09g
- 17 Jul 2015
- United States
- Large type / large print
- Large Print
- black & white illustrations
About Godfrey Okoro Godfrey
Godfrey Okoro Godfrey, is a brilliant writer and author of many books. He has continued to pursue his passion for truth in a world of many contradictory religious views, that has come to make religion a gate-way to hell. With many adherents blinded by faith, most of which are unfounded, Godfrey embraces the worlds religions with the empiricism of the objectivity that the Lord God wants man to exercise to be able to sieve the truth in a world ruled by religious bigotry and atheism. Godfrey has held many positions of importance in the church, and has been a member of some church groups. Thus he may be defined as experienced in many matters relating to the church. Yet Godfrey finds this experience insufficient when compared to the time he spends reading the Bible, from which the Lord has been blessing him with remarkable insights. Godfrey was a victim of the influence of erroneous church doctrine, and understands the multi-dimensional negative implications of this. He therefore makes every effort to save the world from the snares of religious bigotry."