A Journey of Deceit

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AuthorHouse, 2000 - Fiction - 366 pages
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To help people better understand what to expect in church and to understand why so many people are disappointed in their church experience.

To give people a better understanding of how most churches are structured and different types of churches/religions.

To let people know that 'most' churches are social clubs, not Holy places as they are led to believe.

Churches are full of hypocrites, liars and dishonest people.

Churches take people's money under false pretenses and spend the money unwisely with little or no accountability.

Many churches are breeding grounds for self-centered, egotistical people to further their ambitions and impose their will over others.

Most churches preach and teach 'false doctrine' and put out misinformation concerning the Bible.

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About the author (2000)

Jonassohn left Germany in 1939 and moved with her parents to Bolivia where she spent her childhood. In 1949 she moved to the U.S. settling in New Jersey. She went to business college and then worked in New York and Connecticut for a Nonprofit Corporation in the Baking Industry as Packaging Buyer and Purchasing Manager. In 1982 she moved to Florida where she became an active member of the Board of Directors for their association. She is trilingual and enjoys classical music, opera, theater, reading, and writing.

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