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It's That Jesus Thing. God's Manual On Christianity.

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

3 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

Great teaching

I totally agree with what free ministries are trying to teach and that us TRUTH. The Gospel, which is the true and living WORD. keep on teaching regardless if what people believe.

posted by 16756018 on March 10, 2011

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5 out of 6 people found this review helpful.

Interesting content - very poorly written

The Free From Bondage Ministry seriously needs to hire a proofreader/editor because while the content was interesting, the message was severely compromised by the fact that it was so poorly written it was nearly impossible to read. I found myself wishing I could just ma...
The Free From Bondage Ministry seriously needs to hire a proofreader/editor because while the content was interesting, the message was severely compromised by the fact that it was so poorly written it was nearly impossible to read. I found myself wishing I could just mark it up and send it back to them - it felt like a first draft written by an angry C-level high school english student. I also found it interesting that the approach was argumentative right out of the gate. Apparently this group is more interested in arguing their position rather than articulating it clearly and simply taking a stand backed with scripture and logic. It was made worse by the fact that the argument wasn't even well formed and it was repetitive. All that being said, I actually agree with their point of view, which is I guess why I didn't appreciate the argumentative approach. I also feel this is an important message for luke warm Christians who don't recognize that spiritual warfare is very real and is in fact a battle. So give it a read - it's free, so there's no risk - just be prepared to struggle through incomplete sentences, horrible grammar, and incorrect spelling and punctuation.

posted by 8046754 on April 28, 2011

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 7, 2013

    ok

    You really need a christan manual I even need one but god's word the bible is our real christan manual so don't believe it unless it is in the btble!

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