LITTORAL, Africa (PRWEB) May 25, 2016
Exploring the role and importance of water baptism, “Understanding the Water Baptism: The Historical Background of the doctrine of Grace as unmerited favor” (published by WestBow Press) seeks to provide deep knowledge concerning God’s view on the subject. Though it is a simple concept, it has caused confusion for many Christians.
“We’re talking about a biblical subject that I believe is indispensable in our Christian faith; and we try to understand the subject and what influence it has in our life and faith from the basis of the Word of God,” author Rodolphe Moussinga explains.
Responding to the numerous religious questions surrounding water baptism, such as: “Is salvation useless or impossible without water baptism?”, “Why was Jesus baptized in water?” and “Was he in need of baptism?”, “Understanding the Water Baptism” works to re-establish the truth about this controversial subject. It brings clarity in order to create an enlightened Christian life.
Moussinga hopes his readers “read the book with an open heart; my writings are for all that are open in the heart, because the truth is sometimes hard to be accepted.”
“Understanding the Water Baptism”
By Rodolphe Moussinga
Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 84 pages | ISBN 9781490886091
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Rodolphe Moussinga is a bestselling author, teacher, coach, motivational speaker and leadership mentor. He is an entrepreneur that has raised many business leaders and has used his voice to share the message of Christ with others. Moussinga has earned a doctorate and also serves as a Bishop. This is his first book.
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