MY VIEW FROM THE PEW

(What I learned by going to Church)

by Rod Bruner


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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 10/11/2021

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 124
ISBN : 9781663229878
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 124
ISBN : 9781663229885

About the Book

DO YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS ? • Why the world came to be filled with discord? • If God really exists, why doesn’t He fix it? • Is there a penalty we must pay for sinful acts? • Is there a way we can escape this dilemma? • Is the Old Testament important today? • Is prayer important in our belief system? • Is faith important in our relationship with God? • What does it mean to worship in Spirit and Truth? • What does “Born Again” really mean? ********************** I acknowledge that I’m not a member of the clergy, nor am I able to claim an educational degree of any high importance (especially in theology). I do however have many years experience fortified by attending church, Bible study, seeking out the council of the Holy Spirit and learned mentors, and doing some serious praying. The result was this book, “My View from the Pew”, which when translated means...a layman's attempt to simplify and bring to an understandable and workable theology that which otherwise might be (in some cases) unnecessarily complicated.


About the Author

Most authors who write this type of book are well educated high profile ministers and pastors or well established professors of divinity. The author of this writing is quick to acknowledge that he has no degree of high importance (especially in theology). However, he did have a vision of the Lord Jesus Christ while driving on a Wisconsin highway on a business trip during the month of January in the year of 1974. This inspired him to pursue years of experience fortified by attending church, Bible study, and seeking out the council of the Holy Spirit and learned mentors along with some serious praying. The result was this book, "My View from the Pew", which when translated means...a layman's attempt to simplify and bring to an understandable and workable theology that which otherwise might be (in some cases unnecessarily complicated.