Todays church is suffering from spiritual amnesia. This eye-opening investigation explores the pagan customs that have been gradually introduced into Christianity and whether or not you should avoid participating in one or more of these practices.
- Learn the true origins of Christmas, Easter, Sunday worship, more
- Understand why this controversy bears on Christian living and faith today
A Little Book That Tells All
I got this book for a family member. What's so great about this little book: It gives the history of how pagan customs were born, rooted in the different cultures, a highly observed man-made tradition, and an eye-opener of how it crept in the church and practice by many including Christians.This book will help many to know and accept the truth about these holidays and that they had nothing to do with Christ other than to corrupt His truth.
Oldie but Goodie
I usually buy a few of these every year around Halloween or Christmas time. I pass them out to those around me with the instruction that they are to read it and then pass it along to a friend
I LOVE THIS LITTLE BOOK
An excellent source for information on how Saturday Sabbath got moved to Sunday as a day of worship. I've handed out many to friends, family, co-workers and even total strangers.
Very informative! Great little book that can be read in one sitting.
Excellent sharing book
We use it to give to people who have no idea that these ideas come from paganism. It is short, so people can read it in one sitting.
Great Gift Idea
I read this and knew instantly that it was just what I needed. With every Christmas card that I sent out to a non-Seventh Day Adventist I enclosed this little book. I know that the Holy Spirit touched someone's heart and will lead them to the truth. Praise God
Everyone needs a copy of this book!
This little book is why our family redirected the way we celebrate the holidays. Too many Christians blindly celebrate Christmas thinking it somehow glorifys God. This book is informative and to the point. I read it to my 6yr old daughter 6 yrs ago, she had to inform her sda 1st grade teacher why Christmas is NOT Jesus's birthday! We do for the poor, sick and elderly during the holidays. A more appropriate way to teach about Jesus than padding our kids toybox.