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The Core of Christianity: Rediscovering…

The Core of Christianity: Rediscovering Authentic Unity and Personal…

by Neil T. Anderson

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Neil Anderson has a passion for the church and a desire to encourage each Christian{u2019}s personal journey closer to the heart of Jesus and His will. In his new book, Anderson addresses four tendencies that mislead Christians. He offers clear, biblical paths readers can follow to overcome. Legalism{u2014}by growing in knowledge of God{u2019}s truth and practicing grace. Liberalism{u2014}by respecting authority of Scripture and refuting humanistic deception. Spiritism{u2014}by using spiritual discernment and resisting popular New Age beliefs and practices. False prophets{u2014}by relying on the Holy Spirit and not mistaking giftedness for divine authority. Anderson offers wisdom and direction to bring certainty and focus to a believer{u2019}s life. Readers will learn to avoid the pitfalls of worldly teachings as they study key verses, find balance between extremes, follow God{u2019}s will, and embrace examples of Christ{u2013}centered living.… (more)

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