Kansas City, Mo. (PRWEB) May 28, 2013
In an illuminating study that explores the significance of The Qur’an in the Islam faith, author Andrew Lee Berge provides a great opportunity for his readers to assess their beliefs and faith in their own religion and discover everything that they need to know about Islam’s holy book, The Qur’an. In From Here to Eternity, he will walk his readers through the sacred book and its teachings to give them understanding as to why some of those of the Islam faith believe they will be rewarded in the next life by taking their life and the life of others.
Inspired by the horrendous 9/11 tragedy in the United States, Berge began to search the reasons for such actions. Through uncomplaining exploration, he learned that those who gave up their lives to realize such ghastly deed had the belief that martyrs were promised they would receive rewards of paradise and virgins in the next life. From Here to Eternity clarifies the misconception and leads the readers to the truth as it discusses relevant subjects that explain the true message of The Qur’an. The book also gives the steps necessary to become a member of the Church of the Lamb of God, the church of the one true living God of the universe according to the Holy Scriptures. The commandments given in the Holy Scriptures will guide them so they will have an opportunity to live with God and his Son Jesus for all eternity.
In From Here to Eternity, Berge has written a revealing narrative, which is the result of his seeking answers as to why radical followers of the Islam faith would kill others and themselves in the cause of their religion that sheds light to some misguided beliefs and allows the readers to explore and understand the true message of The Qur’an.
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From Here to Eternity * by Andrew Lee Berge
What Everyone Needs to Know About the Qur’an
Publication Date: March 27, 2013
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