52 Lies Heard in Church Every Sunday: ...And Why the Truth Is So Much Better

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Could many churchgoing Christians be getting a diluted Christianity—one that diminishes the loving, giving, personal God who provides the believer everything in life?

Author Steve McVey passionately but unwittingly taught from the pulpit the very lies he now exposes. Forthrightly but humbly, he shows how pastors and churches can end up distorting scriptural truths because of their preconceptions.

Opening up the Scriptures freshly, Steve examines typical problems such as

  • Leaving out half of the truth: “Becoming a Christian means having your sins forgiven.” (We also are made alive!)
  • Using “shorthand” that promotes an unbiblical view: “Our sins are under the blood of Jesus.” (Far better, they’ve been taken away!)
  • Confusing our role with God’s: “Salvation is giving your life to Christ.” (More important, He gives His life to us!)

Readers will see that God’s undiluted truth is always best...and brings a fulfilling, close relationship with Him.

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About the author

Steve McVey is the president of Grace Walk Ministries, a discipleship-training ministry based in the southeastern U.S. He has authored the bestselling Grace Walk (over 250,000 sold), The Grace Walk Devotional, Walking in the Will of God, and 52 Lies Heard in Church Every Sunday, and has also coauthored Helping Others Overcome Addictions. He and his wife reside in Georgia.

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Publisher
Harvest House Publishers
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Published on
Feb 1, 2011
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Pages
256
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ISBN
9780736940344
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Language
English
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Genres
Religion / Christian Life / General
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