La Crete, Alberta (PRWEB) October 11, 2013
Author Cornie Banman likens parents’ hopes for their children’s success to God’s plans for his followers. His new book, “The Commandments of God: Are They Burdensome? Are They Abolished?” (published by iUniverse), explores what happens when God’s children – in much the same way children do with their parents – rebel and decide to break the rules they have been given.
Banman revisits the laws and commandments that God created for his children and addresses the question many 21st century Christians ask: are the Ten Commandments and other Scriptural laws still applicable to people’s lives today? He examines how the Messiah and his first followers responded to this rebellious attitude and how today’s traditional religious society responds to these commandments. He also explores how Satan continues to deceive people about God’s laws and plans for their lives.
“The Commandments of God” seeks to provide answers to questions that have plagued Christians since the beginning of the Christian faith, allowing a better understanding of God’s plan for his followers’ lives.
“The commandments and laws of God are valid from eternity to eternity, because that obedience to them reflects God’s love to us,” says Banman.
“The Commandments of God”
By Cornie Banman
Hardcover | 5.5 x 8.5 in | 176 pages | ISBN 9781462041282
Softcover | 5.5 x 8.5 in | 176 pages | ISBN 9781462041299
E-Book | ISBN 9781462043217
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Cornie Banman was born in northern Alberta and raised in a close-knit community. At 15, he began working in the lumber mill industry. For roughly 30 years, he built and maintained sawmills, and he still works at a sawmill company, which he helped set up. Banman enjoys gardening with his wife and daughter. “The Commandments of God” is his first book.
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