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Authentic Christianity: A transition to divinity

by Sammy P. Crimson

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After reading midway through the nonfiction book, I realized that Sammy is a female and not a male. Sammy Crimson shares some of her life experiences or testimonies to hopefully help someone else that have been angry with God, their lives, or some dreams appear uncertain but with our mighty God, He makes things that appear impossible to be possible. As I read further, it appears that Sammy has taken her dissertation and created it into a book. It was mentioned a couple times as I was reading as well. Yet she gives forewarning that this material may be offensive to religious people.

There were some passages that spoke about transformation is a process and be ready to adapt to such change; to be in his image refers to our spiritual nature and his likeness is being Christ prototype simply meaning we are living examples of our Father. There was a passage that used the Red Sea metaphorically or symbolically meaning salvation. This is the first time ever hearing this to be used in such a way. Moreover, the book spoke on how can the church be more effective and be willing to change.

Ironically, Sammy shared in a few parts about her upbringing being fatherless and pursuing a degree and career in IT, facing technical changes and upgrades in which I can relate sine I have an IT background too. We are to be awaken from the deep sleep. Although there were some well-written passages throughout the book, I was a bit uncertain or confused on some of the material as a whole. However, I loved the "identity" portion further in the reading and how she shared on critiquing one's writing which makes one believe they are incapable or unable to do it because of fear. (I clearly can relate since I believe I wrote something like this in one of my nonfiction books: think it was "God is in the Equation" but didn't believe I was qualified to write "The Day Begins with Christ.")

*I believe the author has sent me a PDF review copy for a review from the Goodreads group: Willing to Read Christian Books.

Adrienna Turner, author of The Day Begins with Christ
www.adriennaturner.webs.com
Dream4More Reviews: www.dream4more.org ( )
  Adrienna_Turner | Oct 10, 2013 |
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