Item description for The Prostitute in the Pulpit by Mark Copeland...
Overview This is a groundbreaking book dealing with the roles of the church, the family, and the working mother. It is meant to serve as a call to arms to the elect of God to stand up against the army of Satan. In many ways, it is a cry from the wilderness to the city of the world that Satan is among them. The book details how the world and the false church have rejected the message of Jesus Christ and have perverted the biblical blueprint God has set forth for the family.The simple message of this book is to come out from the modern-day church. The author paints a picture of an unfaithful and adulterous church, which is impersonating the true church of Jesus Christ. The author maintains that the modern-day church is the Great Whore detailed in the book of Revelation, and is convinced that if any stay in fellowship with her, they shall be partakers of her judgement.
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Studio: Xulon Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.66" Width: 6.22" Height: 0.32" Weight: 0.34 lbs.
Release Date Oct 2, 2002
Publisher Xulon Press
ISBN 1591602025 ISBN13 9781591602026
Availability 62 units. Availability accurate as of May 30, 2017 09:16.
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More About Mark Copeland
Mark Copeland was born in the famous beetle-racing town of Epsom, Surrey, England. In the winter months, he likes to spend his time indoors, painting, writing, and making things. But when the summer comes, in company with his wife, Sarah, he tours the country entertaining the public with his "Grand Travelling Insect Circus Museum and Peep-Show Mechanical Menagerie."
Reviews - What do customers think about The Prostitute in the Pulpit?
A true but hard teaching! Feb 19, 2008
A profound teaching. When you read this book, it makes you feel that we have been bamboozled. Truth is hard to swallow, but it is what we need. He gives a scriptural foundation to marriage and the role of husband and wife. I agree with him that women have taken on themselves the curse of man. Unfortunately, man has abandoned their headship in the home. I believe it is the obligation of the true leaders to teach the foundational truth of what's in the Word. No more gossip, condemnation, or smooth-over messages. The truth is what we need. If it hurts, say ouch and change your behavior.
The American Society and Families In Crisis Aug 20, 2006
This book is dynamic. It addresses the ills of the family and society that few discuss publicly. It reveals the "whys" of the dynamics between husbands and wives. It raises questions that we have accepted as cultural norms vs. biblical concepts. I challenge Christian women and men to read this book to see if you see yourself or others you know. I'm sure someone is recognizable. It may be a mirror reflection of something you have or are experiencing.