Author Beckons You to Enter the Spiritual Matrix

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Tackles questions most church leaders are afraid to answer.

The "spiritual matrix"--we've all sensed it. We know it's there, but we can't see, feel, touch, taste, smell, or hear the matrix. It is just beyond the reach of our natural senses--that sense we lost in the Garden of Eden but which is still part of us. We know there is something beyond the confines of this existence. There is that gnawing feeling in our gut that we are participants in some cosmic struggle that is raging in the universe. The battle for the very hearts and souls of man is at stake, and one by one the Creator is seeking to release us from the powerful grip of the enemy of man. In M. D. Harrell's Secrets of the Spiritual Matrix (paperback, 978-1-60477-531-0), the author compares The Matrix Trilogy to the spiritual matrix that keeps those in it blind to the truth of reality living. Additionally, he challenges some long-held "sacred cow" beliefs and sacrifices them on an altar of truth.

The book delves into quandaries that have baffled us for centuries: Where does the Ice Age fit into biblical history? What are angels, and how do they manifest themselves? What lies beyond our earthly existence? How do our choices impact God's plan for our life, this earth, and the universe? What are the seven stages to spiritual enlightenment? All this and more is discussed in Secrets of the Spiritual Matrix, which tackles spiritual questions that most church leaders are afraid to answer.

Says Harrell, "This book is the evangelical version of Ann Coulter and Rush Limbaugh. I say it like it is to people who want to make a difference in their worlds. I answer spiritual questions that most church leaders are afraid to answer."

Xulon Press, a part of Salem Communications Corporation, is the world's largest Christian publisher, with more than 4,000 titles published to date. Retailers may order Secrets of the Spiritual Matrix through Ingram Book Company and/or Spring Arbor Book Distributors.

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