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While Men Slept: A Biblical and Historical Account of the New Universal Christianity Paperback – September 20, 2002
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This very informative book deserves the very highest recommendation. -- Jay Green, Sr., Editor, Interlinear Greek Hebrew Bible, September 19, 2002
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This book was written to help shed light on many things that have been performed in secret, under the cover of darkness, which has been behind the developing new universal Christianity. The work is presented believing that if one can see the unfolding of historically documented events in the light of the Word of God, he will, perhaps, be able to discern truth from error.
The purpose of this book, therefore, is not to dispute about the shades of meanings of words, to argue about Bible versions or manuscripts, or to debate about various spiritual or theological movements. Neither is this book intended to criticize those who have differing theological views or social perspectives. Instead, it is the goal of this book to humbly present the factual evidence to help the reader to get to know some of the people and the underlying agenda that led up to the modern process of redefining Christianity. The focus of this book is toward understanding more about the "who and why" of those that have been working for centuries to lay the foundations of a new universal Christianity.
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Authors like Gail Riplinger, Dr. Fannin, David Cloud, and many, many others will be rewarded by the Lord for their efforts.
Believe on the Lord Jesus Christ and thou shalt be saved.-- Acts 16:31 God bless.
4 stars. After reading just the first four or five chapters, I have to say It gets a bit tiring reading history facts in each chapter. The content, though, is wonderful and very, very informative. There are very many names and dates and then more names and dates.
All the information tends to slow a person down while trying to follow the authors' message and i hope I can pick up speed as I get more into it. I wonder if the author would consider a condensed version for those of us who want to know the main things and may not have the time to learn all those people....?
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The title is misleading. A more accurate title would be: "...A Biblical and Historical Attack on Roman Catholicism".Read more