The Good News of Jesus Christ versus the Gospel of Wealth [NOOK Book]

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SUBTITLE: "Recognizing the True Message from the Son of God"

This eBook (Approx. 12,150 words in length) combines two previously published titles:

"Seven Fascinating Biblical Facts about Jesus Christ"

"Exposing the Gospel of Riches ...
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The Good News of Jesus Christ versus the Gospel of Wealth

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Overview

SUBTITLE: "Recognizing the True Message from the Son of God"

This eBook (Approx. 12,150 words in length) combines two previously published titles:

"Seven Fascinating Biblical Facts about Jesus Christ"

"Exposing the Gospel of Riches Movement in Christianity"

These two eBooks are being combined for those readers who would wish to read about the true Gospel message, versus a false teaching spinoff of Christianity called "the Gospel of Wealth". By placing them together, the contrast can be seen between the true gospel message intended within the New Testament and that which does not agree with God's Word.
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SECTION ONE TABLE OF CONTENTS:

CHAPTER ONE: Jesus Said He was/is God
CHAPTER TWO: Jesus Displayed Incredible Wisdom that Perplexed His Adversaries
CHAPTER THREE: Jesus Battled Demons throughout His Earthly Ministry
CHAPTER FOUR: Jesus Performed Supernatural Works that Transcended Natural and Physical Properties
CHAPTER FIVE: Jesus Experienced the Same Trials and Temptations that all Men Do
CHAPTER SIX: Jesus Promised to Come Back and Rule the Governments of the World
CHAPTER SEVEN: Jesus Promised Eternal Life to Those Who Accept His Offer of Salvation

SECTION TWO TABLE OF CONTENTS:

CHAPTER ONE: Keeping Proper Perspective on Major Bible Doctrines
CHAPTER TWO: Is Wealth Beneficial to all Christians?
CHAPTER THREE: God Knows What Blessings We Need
CHAPTER FOUR: Do We Confess Things into Our Lives?
CHAPTER FIVE: Ministries Investigated for Extravagant Wealth
CHAPTER SIX: God Promises to Meet Our Needs
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940016006321
  • Publisher: James M. Lowrance
  • Publication date: 1/16/2013
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 35 KB

Meet the Author

I am a husband, father, grandfather and lifetime contract salesman, with experience in health writing that began in 2004. I completed theological studies with Liberty University in 1996. I served in Christian evangelical and Youth Ministry from 1983 to 2001.

I formerly served as editor and forum moderator of Thyroid Health for BellaOnline.com and as a general health writer for Suite101.com, where I received Editor's Choice Awards for articles on health subjects.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 10, 2013

    This book confronts the gospel of wealth phenomenon that has bee

    This book confronts the gospel of wealth phenomenon that has been around for decades that continues to give a black eye to evangelical Christianity in the minds of some people looking on. I give the author credit for having the courage to expose the practice for what it is; using gospel ministry to gain exponential wealth. Let them make it through freedom of interstate commerce but not through the front of a tax free chairity ministry supported by sincere givers. With only a couple of weak spots the book was strong in its message overall .

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 28, 2013

    I don't believe this person has ever even opened a copy of The G

    I don't believe this person has ever even opened a copy of The Gospel of Wealth, let alone read the book.

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