God Without Dogma: ... a Path to Reclaiming Your Spiritual Life

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Xlibris Corporation, Jun 30, 2004 - Religion - 322 pages

This book is in the personal growth and spiritual self-help category. It is all about the ills of religious dogma and how a believer in God can be freed from it. More often than not, when fervent believers become disenchanted with their religious group, chucking it all is the response. These disillusions usually have very justifiable reasons, but because of the believers lack of knowledge, feelings of guilt, and the pressure from faithful peers, the separation is traumatic. However, this life-changing period can be turned into a rewarding spiritual experience and this is where this book comes in. It analyzes religious dogma, how it begins, what perpetuates it, and demonstrates how dogma is the result of man-made religious procedures that in time become God. The outcome of all the analysis is a path for the troubled believer to embrace a new and spiritual walk with God, one not imposed by others.


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Hugo Fruehauf came to the United States from Germany in the 1950s. Trained as an electronics engineer, he has enjoyed a fascinating technical career as chief engineer and president of several companies in the communications and aerospace field. Concurrently, he has been a dedicated student and teacher of Judeo-Christian biblical writings and has traveled extensively in the Middle East. Having been a teacher, leader, and elder at several fundamental Christian churches, he is well versed in the topic of his book. He currently is the president of a communications related company in Southern California where he lives with his wife Maureen. He has two children and five grandchildren also living in the same area.

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