- Paperback: 208 pages
- Publisher: 1stBooks Library (October 2002)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1403345759
- ISBN-13: 978-1403345752
- Product Dimensions: 9 x 6 x 0.5 inches
- Shipping Weight: 13.4 ounces
- Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #10,190,312 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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The Incredible Human Potential Paperback – October, 2002
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This book unveils the truth scattered throughout the Bible ("here a little, there a little...precept upon precept") of the proclaimed soon-coming RULE of God's Kingdom over this earth through Jesus Christ and the then spirit-born brothers/sisters of Christ.
It does not say we will "rule over other god beings on other planets in outer space".
The late Herbert Armstrong ... lays out God's plan unrolling it like a scroll through each chapter and its subsections, constantly reiterating what has been said to keep you in remembrance.
The Bible was put together in such a way as to purposefully be confusing so those that would still be defiant / deceived by the ... fallen angels (aka spirits/demons) upon FULL knowledge of the truth, would not receive the ultimate sentencing of eternal [end of life]("God desires that all repent and come to a knowledge of the truth"). Mr Armstrong lays this all out clearly. Only in this human age is God calling a select few. Later others will know and see the beauty that God's Kingdom has wrought on this earth in the second resurrection.
This is a fine addition to anyone's Bible study library.
reading than all of my 18 years as a Catholic.
I gave the book 1 star, although on Amazon that means, "I hated it." I didn't hate it, but I have serious concerns about it as a former Church of God member who has no animosity against those churches. The author has only an experiential understanding of God and no formal religious or theological training, That means Mr. Armstrong did not have formal theological training which would subject his ideas to rigorous review from his Christian peers and scholarship. That is not so much a major problem, except the author goes further and blatantly rejects the vast majority of Christian scholarship and makes incredibly bizarre claims to "special revealed" truth. So if you read, be very wary and very careful. Consider the following quote from CS Lewis, "Theology means 'the science of God,' and I think any man who wants to think about God at all would like to have the clearest and most accurate ideas about Him which are available." - CS Lewis, taken from "Mere Christianity."
Biblical truth has a coherence to it (a little here and a little there, for sure, but truth coheres). Mr. Armstrong's truth does not cohere. In fact he states that the entire world has been deceived and the true Gospel suppressed since the first century. How does that cohere with hundreds of years of Christianity? Also consider that the church he started ultimately took the book out of publication because of that failure.Read more ›
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An excellent book to help you understand the Bible in much more detail.Published 16 months ago by Amazon Customer
Awesome. Every person Who seeks answers to the purpose of their own human life, should read this book,.. along side WITH their own king James Bible. ABSOLUTELY AWESOME! !Published 18 months ago by WAYNE T
However, I requested books that were not written in and one of the two were written into very much. That was disappointing for my wifePublished 21 months ago by Robert
just one of many books on HW Armstrong. Satisfied my curiosity on a belief system of apparent works as opposed to grace alone. Read morePublished on September 24, 2012 by Richard Labarre