Lakeland, FL (PRWEB) March 10, 2010
While it most definitely is 100% Christian to be sensitive to the great diversity of cultures that exist in our great nation, there’s nothing Christian about allowing ethnic, family, or religious cultures dictate truth to us. Culture often pressures us to conform to a set of priorities, rules, and customs that are often very different from those that God has established in His Word. That’s why David MacDerment’s new book, "Cultural Nonsense," is so refreshing and timely.
Take this sample of David’s Culture Quiz to get an idea of his unique teaching approach:
God’s divine purpose for clothes is—a) To create a multibillion-dollar fashion industry of styles which go in and out of favor on a regular basis or b) A basic tool of life, to keep cool or warm or dry, and protect the body from the elements of the earth.
God’s divine purpose for vehicles is—a) An extravagant display of personal preferences which enslaves the owner to exorbitant debt or b) a dependable means of transportation enabling its owner to be efficient in all his tasks without exceeding his means.
God’s divine purpose for television, internet, and communication satellites is—a) To create an information delivery system for Satan to continuously bombard the eyes, ears, and senses of willing victims or b) A wonderful high-tech telecommunications, audio-visual-information data network to train, bless, educate, declare, and distribute the truths of God.
As you can see, "Cultural Nonsense" is a clever, hard-hitting wakeup call, challenging Christians to start living their lives with the distinction that rises above culture and reaches the Biblical standards and principles, which will enable them to live purposeful and effective lives. Cultural customs will come and go, but truth remains the same. Take a new look at God’s truth! Get your copy of "Cultural Nonsense" today.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
David MacDerment has been a licensed minister and Bible teacher for over thirty years. He is a faculty member of The Institute of Ministry of Christian Retreat. His courses offer real world training on faith, prayer, the Holy Spirit, healing, and finances. David and his wife, Beverly, reside in Lakeland, Florida. You can purchase "Cultural Nonsense" at http://www.culturalnonsense.com.
"Cultural Nonsense" is a publication of HigherLife Publishing. To receive a review copy, arrange an interview/speaking engagement with David MacDerment, contact Joanna Puello at media(at)ahigherlife(dot)com or 407.563.4806.