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[Following is an official review of "WARNING TO THE CHURCHES..." by Ray C Pearson Sr.]
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4 out of 5 stars
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In the book Warning to the Churches, Ray C. Pearson gives a brief account of his early life and how he eventually developed a passion for studying the Bible to the point that he was able to unearth its hidden truths. Preachers and biblical experts have disseminated false information concerning the rapture of the church that is actually misinforming many Christians. Author Pearson exposes the truth underlying these misleading ideas in this book. This book deciphered the truth regarding the celebration of Easter, Christmas, the Beast's Mark, and many more festivals. Read Warning to the Churches by Ray C. Pearson Sr. to learn more about these claimed religious practices and facts.

Recently, I have become invested in books that have to do with theology. It's even more satisfying to know that theological books are diverse and that not too many focus on a particular aspect. This book by Ray C. Pearson Sr. is centered around the revelation of the false doctrine which has been taught over the years in every Christian community. In Hosea 4:6, the lord says, "My people are destroyed for the lack of knowledge." Even if most readers understand the reality of this book, the author warns readers that some will decide to remain in the shadows of their own religious beliefs, all of which have been predicted by Jesus Christ.

This book has some positive aspects. It is on the more intensive end of the "thought-provoking" book spectrum. I had the impression that most of the information I had learned through various means of proclamation, including children's bible stories, films, and animated series about Christianity, and even street preachers or door-to-door evangelists who discussed repentance, the end of the world, and the rapture, were false as I read this book. Have you heard any of those terrifying tales about the rapture and how the antichrist will dominate the humans who are left behind? The author will explain how this is flawed teaching and provide evidence from many biblical books. The truths Pearson will be disclosing include this and more.

There were also some negative points in this book. As far as this book tackled some religious facts, clarifying whether these facts are incorrect or accurate, I still came upon several 'truths' that bothered me. Author Ray mentioned on pages 90 and 91 of 314 that the famous Easter celebration, which Christians extensively follow, is a celebration of a sexual and fertility goddess named Ishtar. I don't believe that because Easter celebrations with eggs and Easter bunnies aren't widely practiced. I've also questioned why Easter is associated with Easter bunnies and eggs. What precisely connects this to Christ's resurrection? Easter is not universally celebrated with bunnies and colored eggs. Because of this, I'm afraid I have to disagree with the author's assertion that Easter is simply a pagan holiday.

That notwithstanding, this work was exceptionally edited. I could not find any errors in it. However, because I disagreed with some parts of this book's content, I rate Warning to the Churches 4 out of 5 stars. To elder Christians who already have a solid Christian basis and are seeking clarification on specific biblical facts, I highly suggest this book. Be aware, however, that some Christians may find this book provocative because of the truths discovered by the author.

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