The Gospel of God's Love: Old Testament Sermons
New Heart Press, 2003 - 284 pages
How can a God of love also be a God of war and genocide, wrath and "eternal damnation"? In The Gospel of God's Love, this question finds its definitive answer. In a series of channeled sermons, Jesus of Nazareth traces these divergent views of God back to their roots in ancient Hebrew and pagan cultures, and then shares with us his knowledge of the true nature of God.
The Gospel of God's Love is an invitation to know God, not through third-hand accounts taken from ancient manuscripts, but as Jesus does- "face to face," soul to soul.
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