TROY, Ill. (PRWEB) January 11, 2013
Author Doug Curnayn raises everyone’s awareness on different social, political, spiritual, and personal issues through his book, Dancing With Jesus. He brings into focus the critical quandaries that can influence one’s faith and salvation to inform the readers of the truth about what’s going on around them—most especially on how current politics is influenced and directed by religious groups.
This book is divided into several equally compelling chapters that explore subjects like faith and politics, evolution and creation, racism and discrimination, abortion and sex, and drug and alcohol addiction. It also offers comprehensive discussions on the charismatic and traditional beliefs, miracles and the Bible, God’s existence and the carnal man, the Christian man and the rise of militant homosexuals. It also attempts to answer questions that everyone always asks such as, “What was the beginning?” and “Does God send people to hell who don’t have Jesus in their heart even if they never heard of Him?”
Informative, spiritually nourishing and very insightful, Dancing with Jesus will show to readers new ways of thinking that they may not have considered before. It just may cause them to realize that they’re not a real Christian, but only a religious person who thinks they are one. It could show them the way to the salvation of their eternal soul.
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About the Author
Doug Curnayn has a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Missouri. He is married with children, and served a year in Vietnam with the US Army. He believes the 2012 presidential election will be the most important election during his lifetime and that’s why he wrote Dancing with Jesus (Warning: Not Politically Correct).
DANCING WITH JESUS * by Doug Curnayn
WARNING: NOT POLITICALLY CORRECT
Publication Date: 9/28/2012
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