Author A. Chudasama Shares A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF THE CONCEPT OF THE CHURCH
In a recent article posted by The Telegraph, Roman Catholic pilgrims had gathered around the Vatican on the first Sunday since the official resignation of Pope Benedict XVI. Still trying to adjust to life without their spiritual leader, they admitted to feeling a sense of discomfort due to the change. This just goes to show the power and influence of religion especially to those who have devoted their lives to faith and the Church. Nonetheless, in A. Chudasama's A Critical Analysis Of The Concept Of The Church readers will discover a myriad of insights regarding the dangers of blind faith and an introspective analysis how being religious alone does not make one an adopted child of God.
Compelling, Chudasama's groundbreaking book leaves readers with the realization that, although religion can be looked upon as a way of life, there are still other factors and conditions that need to be considered when it comes to strengthening one's relationship with God, the Almighty. Filled with eye-opening perspective, this selection also discusses the formation of the Church and how congregating with other persons does not automatically create one united House of God. Instead, learning about the requirements can help one walk by faith in Jesus Christ. Illustrating how being born-again of the water, the Holy Spirit, and the blood can redeem mankind, this book serves as an inspiration to all those who would like to understand the true nature and concept of the Church.
Whether for quiet reflection, or for group discussion, A Critical Analysis Of The Concept Of The Church leaves readers on a quest to explore the truth behind what it takes for individuals to become one with God, through Jesus Christ and the power of the Holy Spirit.
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A Critical Analysis Of The Concept Of The Church * by A. Chudasama
Publication Date: April 16, 2013
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