PRLog - April 17, 2009 - What do you think of when you look at the cross and the crucifix? Do they hold sacred and religious value for you?
The Secret Behind the Cross and Crucifix
After reading Ogechukwu’s book, your perception may change; the church’s use of these symbols has, for centuries, concealed facts regarding their true origins. Ogechukwu reveals those findings in this stunning expose.
His research includes historical accounts of Christianity’
“For centuries after Christ, the church and other religions that use cruciform symbols have misrepresented the physical nature of Christ's death with a satanic symbol (cross), and a pagan idol (corpus). This secret has been concealed by the church for centuries after Christ."
What reason did the church have for shifting the cross’ meaning from one of evil to one of goodness?
This easy to read, enlightening and academically sound book regarding the symbolism and meaning of the cross leads to a stunning conclusion. Learn more about the real nature of Christ’s death and religion’s role in the change in symbolism. Ogechukwu wants to reveal the truth in hopes of releasing humankind from what he calls the “painful knowledge bondage” of cruciform propaganda.
Publisher’s website: http://www.eloquentbooks.com/
About the Author:
Nwaocha Ogechukwu is a graduate of medical science, a member of the Royal Institute of Philosophy and a researcher in the fields of philosophy, religion, history and psychology. Nominated as “One of the Great Minds of the 21st Century” by the American Biographical Institute, Mr. Ogechukwu lives in Nigeria. The Secret Behind the Cross and the Crucifix is his second novel. He is currently working on his third and fourth books.
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