The Liberation of the Worldwide Church of God: The Remarkable Story of a Cult's Journey from Deception to Truth
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The Liberation of the Worldwide Church of God is far more than the fascinating account of a church's journey from darkness to light and from bondage to grace. It is a blazing testimony to the gospel's matchless power--a power able to transform hearts and lives that seem beyond reach... and fully capable of changing us.
Number of Pages: 224
Publication Date: 2003
Dimensions: 8.50 X 5.50 (inches)
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A Compelling Story of Grace and Liberty We believe in the life-changing influence of grace and truth. Rarely, however, do we see it demonstrated with such explosive power as in the case of the Worldwide Church of God. Told by one of its top leaders, here is the remarkable inside story of what happened when a well-known cult grappled with the truths of the New Testament. The Liberation of the Worldwide Church of God is far more than the fascinating account of a churchs journey from darkness to light and from bondage to grace. It is a blazing testimony to the gospels matchless powera power able to transform hearts and lives that seem beyond reach and fully capable of changing us.
Grant Spong3 Stars Out Of 5June 12, 2006Grant SpongA rather remarkable journey which should be a lesson for all churches on the necessity for ongoing reform. The author admits his difficulties with anger during the reform process, a natural emotion for one who realizes he has been fooled by ignorant and uneducated preaching.How remarkable, that a church which once spurned the advice and counsel of the mainstream, would change from its cultic ways and seek to understand what the Holy Spirit has taught the Church over the past 2,000 years.One has hope that not just Seventh Day Adventists or Pentecostals will find this book helpful, but because we all can tend to get off track on pet doctrines, we need to be brought back to the centrality of Christ.The greatest of Christians are not those who have a tongue or a day or focus on some other pet twig of an idea, but those who have Christ and those who love.