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Why We Eat Our Own

by Michael Cheshire

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Mr Cheshire brings up some really great points about love and forgiveness. He places much emphasis on how often our legalistic views come out and we end up pushing away people that need grace and forgiveness. ( )
  JWarrenBenton | Jan 4, 2016 |
Mr Cheshire brings up some really great points about love and forgiveness. He places much emphasis on how often our legalistic views come out and we end up pushing away people that need grace and forgiveness. ( )
  JWarrenBenton | Jan 4, 2016 |
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All too often, Christians who are sinners themselves become judge, jury, and jailer over others. In his newest release, Why We Eat Our Own, author and pastor Michael Cheshire boldly explores some unsavory questions. Why does the world often do a better job of forgiving their fallen than the Church? When did the Church become cannibalistic? Is the decline in Christianity due to the world or have we just become horrible to each other and the world noted it?

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