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Who Told You That You Were Naked?: Freedom…
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Who Told You That You Were Naked?: Freedom From Judgement, Guilt and Fear…

by John Jacob Raub

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In gratitude to those who taught me not to be ashamed of my nakedness
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Original sin is depicted in Genesis as the tempter telling humanity to eat the fruit and "you will be like gods who know what is good and what is bad" (Gn 3:5).
We fall for this temptation; we want to be "like the gods." "The gods" are our goal and we want to imitators of these idols.
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0824512030, Paperback)

Writing with great simplicity about our unbreakable union with God, Raub maintains that it is only because we deny this union that we judge and condemn ourselves--and others. And he shows how it is only our belief in the God who loves us as we are--not as we should be--that brings us freedom from guilt and fear.

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