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[Following is an official review of "WARNING TO THE CHURCHES..." by Ray C Pearson Sr.]
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5 out of 5 stars
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Warning to the Churches... By Ray C Pearson Sr is a book that portrays a man's cry for the truth to be heard. It is frustrating for intellectuals who, after detailed research, find their work to be overlooked or, worse, thought to be false with all the glaring evidence presented and well documented. This book is exactly an outsourcing of detailed evidence supported by proof which we all must consider if we claim to be rational.

Ray C Pearson Sr explains in this book how the Bible has been misinterpreted by different theologians and denominations who are in pursuit of either personal gains or who plainly can not understand what they read. Understanding is important, as the Bible asks that one should pray for understanding while reading. This mistake has cost the Christians, as they are being sold a lie that would, in time, prove to be costly. An important part of Christianity which is the rapture and the second coming of Jesus, is misconstrued, causing three different branches of beliefs on this important happening. This book is essentially a guide for Christians to be wary of making such mistakes and choosing the right path.

I like the attention to detail the author used in the book. With an in-depth read, one will find out that the author did thorough research before making his claims, and I believe this will make the reader see or consider the validation of his claims seriously. I like the way the author referenced each part of his claims with supporting scriptural text and verses for verification. He also took his time to write down the verse for people who may not have the time or chance to get a Bible.

I also have to commend the author for giving us his life stories as an example of the mistakes he made as well as the life he lived and how his surrounding aided and added to his life choices and how it affected his Christian life. I believe this is important to the reader, as it helps him understand certain circumstances detailed in the book as well as helps us understand his drive.

I would have been happier if this book focused on trying to expound the truth without discrediting other groups or factions. However, the book is a good read, as it opened my eye to another view of the Bible which I haven't considered or taken note of. The overall experience was excellent, as there were little to no typographical errors. This leads to me giving the book a rating of five out of five stars. As stated earlier, I would have preferred if something were done differently, but this did not affect my affect how much I enjoyed the book.

I recommend this book to religious enthusiasts and those who want to know more about Christianity. The book is an eye-opener, a sort of guidance for Christians who are desperately seeking the true path.

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I would have been happier if this book focused on trying to expound the truth without discrediting other groups or factions.
Such a viewpoint denotes weakness. Despite the author's best efforts to highlight Bible misapplication, he ought to have given readers the freedom to form their own opinions of what is good or bad.
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