Church Schism & Corruption, A recently published book, downloadable from lulu.com/content/3125198
Very astounding, original, factual and revealing. Great work with extensive research combined with profound outlay of facts. This book will change the Christian landscape as it provides never-been-seen facts about the evils in the whole Christendom
(the first of its kind in print)
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Very astounding, original, factual and revealing. Great work with extensive research combined with profound outlay of facts. This book will surely change the Christian world landscape as it provides never-been-seen facts about the evil practices in the whole Christendom. The Roman Catholic (the single richest entity in the world), the Eastern Orthodox, the Oriental Orthodox, the Assyrian Church of the East, the Anglican Church and the Protestant, Pentecostal and Charismatic denominational Churches; with a combined following of just over 2 billion people worldwide; have since AD787 wrongfully amassed great wealth through the corrupt practice of tithing that is described for the Jews in the Old Testament, the practice that became irrelevant in the New Testament not being endorsed in the Council of Jerusalem in AD50. What makes this practice more diabolic is the fact that the majority contributors are the poor who are taught that tithing brings financial upliftment, that is holy and from God and that the monies so paid belong to God. The Bible does not even teach monetary tithing at all and the New Testament does not teach this practice in all its 27 books. The book is divided into 6 Parts. The 1st part exposes the ill effects of the Ecumenical Councils which distorted the Gospel of Christ, the 2nd part exposes the corrupt teachings of the five main Churches and their cultic practices, the 3rd part exposes how these Church organizations thwarted and killed individuals who stood against this corruption between the 10th and the 18th century. In part 4, I specifically expose the conduct of Charismatic Churches with examples of how some of them are practically administered. In part 5, I deal with the question of tithes which is the central theme of corruption and further divisions and in part 6, I give examples of other organizations that have taken advantage of easy bucks from poor people and have emerged from nowhere to call themselves ‘the Church’.
I therefore call upon all Christians who have been misled and robbed of their income for all these years from all Church organizations and divisions to start the process of awareness campaign where we will each encourage one another to disregard the philosophy of belonging to a particular Church and begin the dismantling of these divisions from the bottom, united as one.