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God in Christianity: What Is His Nature? [NOOK Book]

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Jesus said, “Seek the truth, and the truth will set you.”
As a seeker of the truth and a student of life, and after many years of observation, research and comparative study, it appears to me that people often base their beliefs and judgments on weak, sandy foundations, rather than on the solid foundation of rock that Jesus recommended.
Concerning the topic at hand, I have noticed some major differences ...
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God in Christianity: What Is His Nature?

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Overview

Jesus said, “Seek the truth, and the truth will set you.”
As a seeker of the truth and a student of life, and after many years of observation, research and comparative study, it appears to me that people often base their beliefs and judgments on weak, sandy foundations, rather than on the solid foundation of rock that Jesus recommended.
Concerning the topic at hand, I have noticed some major differences between what is commonly and officially understood about God in Christianity, and what the Bible itself states!
In this booklet, I would like to share with you -out of love and concern- what I have noticed and learned through my continuous journey of research, analysis, and study.
The intent of this work is to honestly and sincerely present the truth that I found, not to hurt the feelings of anyone.
Now let us turn to discuss some issues and questions concerning the nature of God in Christianity, namely the Trinity and divinity of Jesus.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781471607370
  • Publisher: Lulu.com
  • Publication date: 2/22/2012
  • Sold by: LULU PRESS
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 288,103
  • File size: 257 KB

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  • Posted August 24, 2012

    Very useful article!

    This article was well thought out and well written. The writer developed is argument in a considerate and systematic manner. If you are a truth seeker looking for some closure on this subject, you will get your answer as the author directs you to the Holy Bible.

    The only complaint that I have is that this is more of a booklet rather than a lengthy book. I would have loved to see this topic more exhaustively developed.

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