“And the book’s conclusion shows a way for an individual to get into alignment with the Creator outside of that system.”
LA CRETE, Alberta (PRWEB) October 27, 2014
Explaining why he thinks traditional Christianity is rejecting the laws of the Ten Commandments, author Cornie Banman uses his new book “Traditional Anti-Torah Church Doctrines: The Curses of Our Fathers” (published by iUniverse) to help readers ascertain whether a doctrine is coming directly from God or from man.
“A person who has a serious desire to follow the God of the Holy Scriptures will find very convincing revelations about how Satan has cunningly and auspiciously deceived us, through and by, a totally unsuspecting system – the ministers of today’s ‘traditional’ Church system,” Banman says. “And the book’s conclusion shows a way for an individual to get into alignment with the Creator outside of that system.”
An excerpt from “Traditional Anti-Torah Church Doctrines”:
“Mankind’s fear of man, which has developed a tremendous selfish desire to serve man rather than God, seems to be the overall theme of most of the Old and New Testament scriptures. The prophets and writers of the Holy Scriptures have great and terrible warnings for us and for future generations for following the traditions of men because they come directly from the god of this world—Satan, the devil.”
“Traditional Anti-Torah Church Doctrines”
By Cornie Banman
Hardcover | 6 x 9 in | 398 pages | ISBN 9781491743133
Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 398 pages | ISBN 9781491743126
E-Book | 398 pages | ISBN 9781491743140
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Cornie Banman has worked in the sawmill industry for 30 years. He and his wife Sara have one daughter and live in Alberta, Canada. Banman’s first book, “The Commandments of God”, was published in 2011. Readers can learn more about Banman and his literary works at http://www.corniebanman.com.
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