This book hits every false nail of Christianity squarely on the head.
Time and again, I have read a passage from the book and exclaimed, "that is just what I said twenty (or thirty or forty) years ago! I am not the only one!"
Carlton Pearson is a forerunner on the future of what religions will preach.
Carlton D'Metrius Pearson (born 1953) was once the pastor of the Higher Dimensions Family Church, which was one of the largest churches in Tulsa, Oklahoma (where he graduated from... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Steven H. Propp
I like it because it seems like a true and rational way to look at the Christian religious beliefs and if you are not afraid of changing your mind about the way you think about... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Coquille Kate
VERY NICE BOOK, THIS BOOK WAS RECOMMENDED BY A FRIEND ..... THE PRICE WAS AWESOME. THIS BOOK WAS IN GREAT SHAPEPublished 14 months ago by Roderick S. Jones
I was initially attracted by the title. Once I started reading, I was impressed by the rational manner in which Bishop Pearson counters fundamentalism from all possible... Read morePublished 15 months ago by GoPower
An eye opening read that will dramatically change your viewpoint about world religions. I highly recommend both of Bishop Pearson's books to enlighten people of all faiths to the... Read morePublished 15 months ago by RSK
The next step from Gospel of Inclusion. You really want to read Bishop Pearsons thoughts on modern day religions. It will clear the cobwebs out of your mind, heart and soul...Published 16 months ago by Better Bikes
So refreshing to see that I'm not the only person who recognizes that there is only ONE God and that God is not the property or possession of any one group of people or ideology.Published 19 months ago by Vernelle Nelson
Great to read about a minister who questioned where he was and then the courage to step out of his box to explore
what did he belief and then to change to openness. WOW! Read more
This book was EVERYTHING that I expected to be! Very enlightening. It makes you think about some of the religious traditions we embrace without question! Read morePublished 22 months ago by T. Johnson