Food for God's Children Paperback

by Clyde Young;

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Food for God's Children

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Mankind has always been dependent on religion for its strength and faith. Different ways of worship and prayer have been in existence even from the very roots of our history. Today, three religions stand out in the forefront: Judaism, Islam, and Christianity. These three major religions of the world have been in existence for thousands of years. All these religions have given us religious symbols, beliefs, and spirits to believe in. But even with all the preachings of each kind of religion, the world is still on the threshold of a third world war and a great tribulation. Have these religions distracted us from the very essence of God and love? Have the different religions of the world robbed us of out natural calling of the spirit of love? Have we all been deceived? Dive into this in-depth study of religion and faith and see your beliefs challenged. Take your mind to a journey of discovery and provoke your thoughts with arguments derived from the scriptures themselves.

Food for God's Children by Clyde Young was published by Page Publishing, Inc. in December 2014. The ISBN for Food for God's Children is 9781634174053.

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Details for Food for God's Children

Author / Artist
Book FormatPaperback / softback
PublisherPage Publishing, Inc. (December 2014)
Number of Pages362
Thickness21 mm
Height229 mm
Width152 mm
Product Code4321889
Page last updated 6th June 2018
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