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3 out of 4 stars
Review by Shreyoshi Sen
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This book instructs the saint and sinner to know what is true righteousness, true morality, traditional value, and also the meaning of natural law. There are several aspects of the book which describe the true meaning of morality, the beginnings of origin of right and wrong, doctrines, and whether they are from God himself or not. The author shares the knowledge he gained from his master, to give some light to our otherwise incomplete knowledge of right and wrong.
The author uses some excerpts from the bible, to explain the meaning of the instances laid in front of us. The doctrines discussed here tell us about pantheism, which, in other words mean, the worship of all deities while, the usage of the doctrines of more than one God is polytheism. According to the author, when mankind measures God's words as right or wrong, we see ourselves as God's judge. On personal grounds, I never thought it this way, until now.
The book is very devotional as well as instructive for people who love to read religious books. Since this book is written out of one's personal experience, it is quiet helpful in giving an insightful knowledge about the bible as well as the new and old doctrines. I would not recommend this book to the ones who do not follow Christianity as you might not understand the verses and texts taken from the bible. I really liked this particular line from the book, "As the word of God has stated before, the natural laws are enmity against God, for it is not subject to the spiritual laws of God, neither indeed can be, for as many as are of the works of the natural law are under the curse." It clearly explains how wrong we are while interpreting God's actions and instructions.
The book is not at all thoroughly edited as it is full of errors. The readers might find too many errors from the initial pages itself. Though instructive, the errors make it very irritating to read a religious book. I rate this book 3 out of 4. Had there not been so many errors, I would have given this book a four but the errors were too many for me to ignore.
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