• The Religion of Man vs. the Word of God

  • How Man Makes God Conform to Man's Image
  • By: D.C. Darr
  • Narrated by: Melissa Gandall
  • Length: 1 hr and 33 mins
  • Abridged
  • Release date: 10-28-10
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Tate Publishing
  • 4.0 (1 rating)

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Publisher's Summary

God gave us His Word to guide us on how we need to live our lives. The problem is, mankind also has free will, and with it comes an ego. In The Religion of Man vs. the Word of God: How Man Makes God Conform to Man's Image, author D. C. Darr has assembled a collection of topics exposing the arrogance of defining God in man's terms. We, as Christians, have become comfortable allowing our religious messengers, philosophers, and interpreters to form our opinion of who God is and what the Bible tells us. In this dangerous comfort zone, we do not question the opinion of our religious leaders, but instead accept it as fact.
Discover with author D. C. Darr the serious offenses people have committed using manmade theologies. Find out how the doctrines of religion have led man to create 38,830 Christian denominations and dozens of Bible interpretations. This controversial exposé points out the consequences of blatantly defying God, intending to give readers a better understanding of, and relationship with, our Father in Heaven.
©2010 D.C. Darr (P)2010 Tate Publishing
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