Birmingham UK (PRWEB) October 2, 2006
Mark Golding expounds a little on the testimony of Christ who came to put the record straight about the mismanagement of God's form, will and character expressed inaccurately in the Old Testament.
'The Bible that dethrones Christ and the Bible that doesn't' is an expose of the contradictions and conflicts that occur in the lives of believers from both persuasions who dogmatically use the Old Testament as their authority to wage war on their neighbour.
This book is a call to both Christian and Muslim individuals and institutions to re-connect to God through a testimony from a more reliable source and to recognise they have no excuse for persisting in the Pharisaic tradition of double-mindedness concerning the love of God.
To a wider audience the book is essentially about the inadequacy of secular authorities in their articulation of abstract Utopian ideas to do with love, justice and social cohesion. Here too the insanity of political dogma is exposed by the One who came to save the world from its intellectual and spiritual poverty.
"In Christian quarters the infallibility of the Old Testament is based on the assumption that Christ's reference to it indicates his approval of all the other words and deeds contained in it".
The historicity of the texts is not debated in this book but their canonical authority is. The development of canons based on scholarly writings is worse than Scripture if both the canon and Scripture are used as a tool to deny the love of God. Historically, both Christian and Muslim authorities have used their canons in an anti-Christian and unholy way, often making a total mockery of God. The Bible as canon and the Koran as canon are both relying on satanic texts, which offends Christ every time they are quoted as 'holy'.
'The Bible that dethrones Christ and the Bible that doesn't' will awaken a reformation of mind and spirit in preparation for Christ whose words will judge all creation.