The God Makers
A disembodied spirit that actually was encountered by the author, and an informed view of the development of the church, blend to create a tale of mind and mystery that challenges traditional views of church doctrines and authority. The author readily acknowledges that many people may not believe the story. He admits that he had difficulty believing it even while he was living it. Yet, he insists that he tells it precisely as it occurred. Other, he says, because of their life experience will have no difficulty in accepting and following the tale. At the root of the theological dialogue that runs throughout the story is the question: "What gives a minister or priest the right to proclaim a greater understanding of Deity than a working person who has dealt with and reflected upon the complexities of life?" In doing so, the author, who holds a doctorate in church history, lifts many little-known facts about the development of the early church. The open-minded, spiritual seekers will find this book a delight.
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