New Spiritual Guide: Aims to Help Christians Discern Their Spiritual Status and Embark on True Conversion

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Author Alfred Chong offers an important exhortation for the global Christian community in his book, ‘Raising the Alarm over False Conversion.’ He offers explanations as to why professing Christians are unknowingly clinging to false hope, and what the Christian community can do to seek true conversion.

'Raising the Alarm Over False Conversion' by Alfred Chong

The premise of the book is that professing Christians assume that salvation is there for the taking, but most of them are confused about the way to true salvation.

According to author Alfred Chong, millions of Christians are indefinitely lulled to slumber in their unconverted state. They have been misled and are unknowingly living under the deception of false conversion. Chong believes they must be awakened so that they can seek God’s mercy and true salvation.

‘Raising the Alarm over False Conversion’ defines false conversion as relying on false doctrines, false assurances of salvation, good deeds, and religious activities as a means to salvation. The premise of the book is that professing Christians assume that salvation is there for the taking, but most of them are confused about the way to true salvation. False converts, or deceived unbelievers, do not know that their souls are in serious jeopardy.

The book also holds the premise that the most important need of a living person is salvation. Therefore, it is imperative for one to know what actually saves souls. Readers will learn how easily the seekers can become false converts and get trapped in the deception. The book helps explain God’s grace and God’s sovereignty in salvation, true conversion versus false conversion, the visible and invisible aspects of the Church, and the importance of preaching and hearing of the Gospel.

Chong also explains why he believes there are false doctrines, including those concerning free will, decisional regeneration, the sinner’s prayer, and baptismal regeneration. He explains the adverse impact that the church growth movement and mega-churches have on Christian conversions, as well as the danger of false gospels and altar-call evangelism. The book outlines the attributes of religious hypocrites, carnal Christians, and apostates.

Replete with scriptural references, ‘Raising the Alarm over False Conversion’ seeks to answer challenging questions, including how to discern whether a Christian is a true convert and what steps to take in order to pursue true conversion.

Chong writes that this is an all-important matter that must be tackled with urgency as inaction would result in the most devastating and heartbreaking consequence. By raising the issue and sharing knowledge concerning true and false conversions, and by the grace and mercy of God, this book may help to set many false converts free from the devil’s deception so that they are able to seek God’s mercy and true salvation.”

‘Raising the Alarm over False Conversion’ is published exclusively in e-book format by and is now available from popular online retailers, including,, and Apple’s iBookstore. Book reviewers may ask for a review copy of the e-book by contacting the author.

Alfred Chong
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About Alfred Chong

In his younger days, Alfred Chong was a free thinker. In the late 1980’s, he received the word of God during an evangelical service. At around the same time he came to believe in the existence of God through an experience he had when his mother was critically ill. In 2003, he was called to spiritual salvation and subsequently became a member of the Wesley Methodist Church in Singapore, and has been attending the Bible Study Fellowship (BSF) classes since August 2005. Moved by the late Bishop J. C. Ryle’s paper, “Having the Spirit,” Chong developed a keen interest in the topic of false conversion, and the idea of writing a book ensued.


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