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  • Genre:RELIGION
  • SubGenre:Spirituality
  • Language:English
  • Pages:85
  • eBook ISBN:9780871597588


New Approaches to Traditional Christian Beliefs

by William L. Fischer

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Explore the meaning behind traditional Christian concepts and symbols from a practical, historical, and metaphysical perspective, and unveil a whole new understanding about Christianity.
When Jesus said, "Follow me" (Jn. 21:19), it was an invitation to live as His teachings directed, to believe as He believed. Many traditionally accepted Christian doctrines may or may not reflect the religion of Jesus. Some reflect questionable economic, political, social and even superstitious influences. Alternatives examines the thinking behind traditional Christian beliefs, offers some nontraditional perspectives, and allows you to decide what is valid for yourself. Teachings considered are God, Jesus Christ, heaven, hell, satan, sin, worship, communion, prayer, baptism and life after death. Alternatives may provide answers to questions that have puzzled you for years. It may strengthen some long-held beliefs and shed new light on others. Alternatives will surely expand your thinking and enhance your spiritual growth.
About the author
William L. Fischer served as director of retreats and director of the Ministerial Education Program for Unity School of Christianity. He also served as director of the radio/television department where he wrote and produced "The Word," which was broadcast nationally. Fischer is also the author of The Master Craft of Living and recorded several audio-cassette albums including The Angelic Consciousness. He was the first recipient of the Charles Fillmore Award for "visionary consciousness and dynamic leadership." Reverend Fischer made his transition in 1994.

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