Abolishing the Traditions of Men in the Church
An ex.po.sé on Christian doctrines and traditions which are against God’s covenants.
by Aniekan Okono
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Pub Date 24 Jan 2023 | Archive Date 09 Feb 2023
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This book shows how the original Hebrews, including the followers of Christ, understood God’s voice; how they knew a Scriptural text was inspired and should be accepted.
It highlights issues which have arisen because, in early Church history, the original voice wasn’t understood and followed properly.
Since the death of the last of the 12 Apostles, traditions of men have taken over the Church, and these have had negative effects on the world despite the Church putting so much effort into evangelism and winning souls.
This book shows how and why Christianity is not the fastest-growing religion, despite efforts in evangelism and soul-winning.
This book goes further to provide more accurate interpretations of the events from the Garden of Eden down to the tree of life in the book of Revelation. It uses principles of interpretation, as provided by the Bible itself.
The book has pointed out traditions of men in the Church with respect to teachings on Hell, Heaven, who goes to Heaven, what happens when we die, binding the devil, witches and wizards, one is taken and one left, pleading the blood of Jesus, the Church as the bride of Christ, times of the gentiles, salvation, brothers and sisters of mine, repent or you’ll burn in hell and many other daily teachings.