Author J P Williams’s Newly Released “Going Rogue: Trashing the Manmade Rules and Centuries of Traditions Added to the Christian Faith” Revives God’s Truth

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“Going Rogue: Trashing the Manmade Rules and Centuries of Traditions Added to the Christian Faith” from Christian Faith Publishing author J P Williams reveals what religious and other leaders have added to God’s commandments as part of an effort to enslave the faithful. “Going Rogue: Trashing the Manmade Rules and Centuries of Traditions Added to the Christian Faith” calls on the faithful to free themselves with God’s truth.

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“Going Rogue: Trashing the Manmade Rules and Centuries of Traditions Added to the Christian Faith”: a call to return to the original commandments and God’s truth. “Going Rogue: Trashing the Manmade Rules and Centuries of Traditions Added to the Christian Faith” is the creation of published author, J P Williams.

‘If you believe in speaking in tongues, you’re wrong, and if you don’t believe in tongues, you’re wrong. Do you wear shirts and ties? Do you have a tattoo? Is your hair short enough or long enough? The list goes on and on and on. We don’t need freedom of religion, we need “freedom FROM religion.” Using everyday language and several humorous stories and examples, “Going Rogue” uses Scripture to break through the prevailing church attitudes and manmade traditions and asks you to “try Christianity again, for the first time.” Why do we need salvation? Is God love? Does the Bible mean different things to different people? Do I even have to go to church? Find the answers to many questions like these and the wonderful things in store for us now and in the future as we learn to live the way Christ meant for us to live.’ --J P Williams

Published by Christian Faith Publishing, J P Williams’s new book reveals the freedom of God’s commandments.

“You must be careful to do everything I command you; do not add anything to it or take anything away from it.” Deuteronomy 12:32 (HCSB)

The Ten Commandments and the 613 less famous commandments were given to Israel by God to ensure freedom and civility. The Scripture warns the faithful to never add or take away from those laws. By the time of Christ, however, the religious rulers had added hundreds, if not thousands of ordinances and distorted interpretations, which placed the Israelites under the control of the priests and the rule of Sanhedrin. These augmentations fueled conflict between Christ and the Pharisees.

The Pharisees may have branded Christ a blasphemer for calling himself the Son of God, but it was also because he spoke out against their religious hierarchy. Today, there is “freedom of religion.” It is the result of the current dogma and traditions that were added to force denominations to compete against each other. It is a means to reign in their congregations, so they live life the way the church desires. Many of the faithful have simply traded the shackles of faithlessness with the shackles of the church instead of living by God’s truth.

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Consumers can purchase “Going Rogue: Trashing the Manmade Rules and Centuries of Traditions Added to the Christian Faith” at traditional brick & mortar bookstores, or online at Amazon.com, Apple iTunes store, Kobo or Barnes and Noble.

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