Subtle Deception: How False Teachers Betray Christianity, While Enriching Themselves
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Subtle Deception: How False Teachers Betray Christianity, While Enriching Themselves

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Modern misguided evangelical empire-building at the institutional church level has systematically for the most part, attempted to replace Christianity with its own brand of organized religion. This subtle deception has taken more than 1,700 years to develop and permeate society and typical Christian thought, but develop well it has. So well, in fact, that even some of the...more
Paperback, 284 pages
Published August 8th 2005 by iUniverse
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