Spokane, Wash. (PRWEB) August 22, 2012
Walter H. Steinke was inspired to write his new book, “Vanishing Light: The Separation of the Christian Church . . . From the World” (published by Trafford Publishing) when he noticed the general apathy of churches and the public toward the truth of the Bible’s Scriptures. “I wanted to address the misinformation that is prevalent about the Christian Church as a result of this apathy,” he explains.
“Vanishing Light” is a thought-provoking, controversial discussion on the Christian church and the “world” of non-Christians. “In these last days, Steinke says, the relationship of the Christian Church and the World have become blurred to the point of being scarcely distinguishable.”
Steinke explains how Christians have a twofold mission: to edify one another in love and also to be a light in this world, giving evidence of their faith to benefit others.
An excerpt from “Vanishing Light”:
“Here the World is spoken of as the fullness of the Earth. This constitutes the dominion of Man over all living creatures and all of Man’s works in assuming this dominion, as well as in populating the Earth. All political divisions usually bounded by borders between nations with their own forms of government, are of Man and their differences. Another form of divisions among men, which does not recognize national borders, are religious in nature and known as World religions. These have varying concepts of God or a higher power than that of Man; some even exalting Man as the highest being in existence, and thus the authority. It is this chaotic condition among men that is meant by the term, the ‘World’ in Scripture. This is outside of the Kingdom of God where Jesus Christ is King.”
“Vanishing Light” looks into the attempts to expose how this light is vanishing from today’s world, and the consequences that it is creating.
About the Author
Walter H. Steinke was born in the Township of Gillettt, Wis. Into a large family and grew up working in a farming community in the midst of the great depression up to World War II. In his early 20s, he joined the Coast Guard, and during World War II was sent to the Kwajalein Atoll. After the war, he moved to Omaha, Neb., to attend electronics school, where he met and married Marjorie R. Beach in 1948. Together they had three children and eventually moved to Southern California, where Steinke worked for Hughes Aircraft Company as an engineer. After retiring, they moved to eastern Washington and operated a small produce farm. Steinke continues living in Washington and loves writing, gardening and working in his shop.
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