Item description for Pivot Point: Is Jesus Your God or the Son of Your God? by Fern Holm...
Jesus tells His disciples the gospel of the kingdom of God will be preached in all the world, and then 'the end' will come. In the Book of Revelation, an angel preaches the everlasting gospel to every nation' then Babylon falls. What is this 'everlasting gospel'? Why does it seem to be missing from the typical salvation message as it is preached today? Could this explain the movement toward Jesus-Only, 'Jesus is our God' religion? 'I don't think I'm offering anything new, but rather, something very old, buried under layers of increasingly distorted theology; a scriptural truth that holds the answer to our very reason for existence'waiting to be uncovered, waiting to be obeyed, and waiting to usher in the return of Christ.'
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Studio: Tate Publishing & Enterprises
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.83" Width: 5.97" Height: 0.36" Weight: 0.51 lbs.
Release Date May 15, 2007
Publisher Tate Publishing & Enterprises
ISBN 1598868748 ISBN13 9781598868746
Reviews - What do customers think about Pivot Point: Is Jesus Your God or the Son of Your God??
Who is Jesus ... really? Apr 4, 2010
I read this book with an open mind ... twice... it is written in a manner that is easy to read and understand. It is only 169 pages of reading but the content is challenging and makes the reader need to stop and think about what they have believed about the identity of Jesus up until now. This book compares what the author refers to as traditions of man against what she believes the pure Word of God really says.
The author, Fern Holm, makes a strong argument for the case that Jesus is the Son of God but not God and that a study of the Sriptures shows Jesus did not claim to be God. She believes modern day translations such as the NIV have changed the Scriptures to say things they do not really say. For example, she states that John 1:1 says, "In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was WITH God, and the Word was DIVINE (divine can be used if you use definition #4 in Strong's) ~ not the familiar teaching that the Word WAS God (pgs. 32-33).
She encourages readers to be like the Bereans mentioned in the Scriptures and to search the Scriptures for themselves to see if what she teaches in this book is true. She recommends the use of an interlinear bible (she mentions they are even available online) to look up the original Greek and Hebrew meanings for words.
I'll give this author credit for encouraging people to study the Word of God for themselves. The 5 stars for this book are because it definitely challenged me and I believe will challenge anyone who reads it to decide for themselves what they really believe and more importantly, why they believe what they believe. So who is Jesus ... really? Read this book then decide for yourself...