The Death of Christian Thought

  • by Michael D. LeMay
  • Narrated by Michael D. LeMay
  • 10 hrs and 33 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

We are being lied to - and many professing Christians are buying the lies. Your eternal soul may be at stake. The Bible foretells a great deception and falling away from the faith in the latter days where absolute truth is discounted and moral relativism is elevated: Humanism!
The clever deception of Humanism has completely taken over government, media and public education, and has infiltrated the visible church so strongly that many churches differ little in their beliefs and teachings from the humanist views of the world.
This book will open your eyes to the rampant deception around us and help you correctly interpret the word of God so you can stand strong in your faith to the end. It will help you open the eyes of family and friends who fall for the deception of Humanism, and point them to the eternal hope of Jesus Christ. It will teach you how to take your thoughts captive in obedience to Christ and live a life of joy, peace and obedience to God.
You will see how God designed our brain, heart and conscience to work, and how the truth of the Bible and the Holy Spirit can help you live a life of joy and peace as the world continues to spin out of control.

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Christian psychobabble

thought this would be a discussion of Christian thought in America. it's not. it's just Joel Osteen crap about how your feelings are making it hard to have a relationship with God or your wife blah blah blah blah blah. save your time and $$$ unless you feel threatened by this review.
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- Jeff C.

Great Book on Humanism and the Church of Believers

Considering the current climate in regards to Christianity, the Church, and the different beliefs among them, this book gave biblical perspective and helped to strengthen my obedience to not only God's commands, but to the great commission: Preach the gospel--plain and simple. But it doesn't stop there. It explains why the churches in America have become so divided, while it continues to point back to scripture as the model for Christian living and obedience. I liked this book so much, I plan to buy it in hardback also. I also plan to listen to it again.
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- Dawn Slaybaugh

Book Details

  • Release Date: 12-02-2016
  • Publisher: Aneko Press