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Healing for the 21st Century Paperback – February, 2001
This month's Book With Buzz: "The Lying Game" by Ruth Ware
From the instant New York Times bestselling author of blockbuster thrillers "In a Dark, Dark Wood" and "The Woman in Cabin 10" comes Ruth Ware’s chilling new novel, "The Lying Game." See more
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About the Author
As an accomplished musician, prolific writer, and healing evangelist, author Aaron D. Lewis has traveled throughout the United States and abroad, conducting Schools of Healing and Miracle Awakening Healing Crusades. His anointed messages focus on the kingdom of God, healing, and destiny. Through his ministry, God has performed creative miracles, healed many of various diseases, and saved countless numbers of people.
Pastor Aaron is happily married to Minister Tiwanna Lewis, who serves with him at The Family of God in East Hartford, Connecticut, a multi-ethnic, Word-based, post-denominational church. They have been blessed with five beautiful children.
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That said, there were several things that really bugged me:
1. The author's condemning attitude toward his critics. It seemed to me he has a willful, prideful attitude that basically says "If you don't agree with me, you're of the devil." I've seen this kind of attitude in a charlatan before. It seems to me more than anything else like a refusal to listen to honest criticism, and an attempt to turn the tables on his critics.
2. I didn't like the way he was handling 3 John 2. It seems he was reading too much into it -- a subtle twisting of a Scripture.
3. He seemed to be heading in the direction of a classic "health and wealth" gospel. Now, I wouldn't have bought the book if I didn't believe that it's often God's will to heal and prosper us. But this H&W gospel tends to be out of balance, denying the equally valid other side of the coin.
I'm sure the book has truths in it. But the author's attitude makes me feel he isn't to be trusted.