• The Greatest Lie Ever Told

  • Revealing the Truth to a Deceived World
  • Di: Gary Hamer
  • Letto da: Stephen Rozzell
  • Durata: 6 ore e 5 min
  • Versione abbreviata
  • Data di pubblicazione: 15 04 2010
  • Lingua: Inglese
  • Editore: Tate Publishing
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Sintesi dell'editore

Who are you and how do you know? This statement should invoke some deep feelings within all of us. Your life is only a shadow of what it should be and needs to be. You may be one of the millions of people who are caught in the web of the lie that has taken countless people hostage. The lie holds people in bondage throughout our world today. Now is the time to break free from the effects of this deception and start the journey to find out who you truly are.This provocative book is sure to inspire critical thinking as the war for truth is raged not only for your mind, but your soul. Gary goes through several aspects of what the lie is to how it has been allowed to propagate since it first entered the world. What is the lie? Find out in The Greatest Lie Ever Told.

©2009 Gary Hamer (P)2009 Tate

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  • 20 03 2014

No chapter descriptions should have been a warning

What would have made The Greatest Lie Ever Told better?

If the description or sample would have told me that this is an ebook for Christians. If there were chapter titles. There was no "story" or flow, mostly a stream of opinion often times re-told several times. No structure that I could find.

Did the narration match the pace of the story?

There was no story.

What character would you cut from The Greatest Lie Ever Told?

There is no character in this, only one long opinion.

Any additional comments?

This was certainly a mistake for me. I can summarize by saying "We are lying to ourselves because we base our understanding on what has been told to us." and "Baptism of children is a lie and they will not know God."