Book Exposes Confusing Theologies in Pulpits and Pews

Longwood, FL (PRWEB) December 8, 2007 — There is an old Alka Seltzer commercial that ends by saying, "Oh, what a relief it is." But the information in Mitchell Watrous’ book, Chaos and Confusion from Pulpits to Pews: How Christians Can Find the Truth ($17.99, paperback, 978-1-60477-372-9), will produce far greater relief in Christians’ lives than a glass of fizz. In this book, readers will learn exactly how to love God and neighbors, and to remove the unnecessary chaos, confusion, guilt and mental anguish in their lives by exposing the veil of confusing theologies surrounding the congregations, pulpits, TV and radio shows and books of the 33,830 denominational Christian churches around the world. Most of what comes from Christian pulpits today bears little resemblance to the message Jesus Christ asked His apostles to go forth and proclaim 2,000 years ago — but that is about to change.

Says Watrous, "Millions of people will find out that they are the ones actually in control of their eternal destiny. They will see for the first time in 2,000 years what God and Jesus Christ actually mean when they say to ‘love God’ and to ‘love neighbors.’ How to love God and how to love our neighbors are not feelings that most people think about. The ways to love God and to love our neighbor are very different than the muddled messages from most of today’s modern teachers."

The author’s belief is that millions of people will convert to Christianity when they learn about the information in this book. The reason is because it will clarify some of the most difficult things in Christianity: knowing how to relate to the commands to love God, Jesus, and your neighbors. "Once people finally begin to see the truth about that kind of love, many of them will be totally relieved, and they will get a new focus on their religious beliefs," the author says.

Xulon Press, a part of Salem Communications Corporation, is the world’s largest Christian publisher, with more than 4,000 titles published to date. Retailers may order Chaos and Confusion from Pulpits to Pews through Ingram Book Company and/or Spring Arbor Book Distributors.