Item description for A Kind of Capernaum by Desmond Mattocks...
Overview The world seems to be lamenting the trends that it has unwittingly established, as righteousness is exiled among the nations. Wrongful sowing has brought forth a harvest that has yielded many broken families. Biblical absolutes are being undermined and intolerance has increased toward those who carry an earnest Christian expression. Few aspects of our lives are unspoiled by the indifference to righteousness. Our society has become like Capernaum in rejecting holiness. To many, the only wrong thing is to claim that you are right. Like a crop-eating parasite, sin has eaten away at the consciences of many. Even among professed Christians, many have surrendered their convictions, apologizing when they should be celebrating the truth of God's Word. Their souls' defenses have broken down, leaving no barriers against sin in their lives. The people constantly reject the restraints provided by God's Word, substituting divine truth for a reactionary common sense called "do whatever feels good." Therefore, one is left to wonder how deeply people must sink into depravity before this Titanic generation turns to God. This book is intended to remind people that knowledge of divine truth will better prepare them to live godly lives, fitting them as citizens for the New Jerusalem.
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Studio: Xulon Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.56" Width: 5.78" Height: 0.69" Weight: 0.76 lbs.
Release Date Jan 8, 2003
Publisher Xulon Press
ISBN 1591603951 ISBN13 9781591603955
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More About Desmond Mattocks
Desmond Mattocks was born in Jamaica. While still a young lad he migrated to England, where he was educated. Besides careers in engineering and social work, he also worked for the State of Florida as a family counselor. Mattocks is an advocate of biblical counseling and an adjunct professor. Mattocks holds a PhD in Christian Marriage and Family Counseling, and an MBA.