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Author Russell Hamner takes you on an unparalleled journey answering all the aged problems in the sensitive issues of religion, politics, and philosophy. Awake: The Third Testament smashes all preconceived social ideas and lays out a plan to wipe out crime, end hunger, end unemployment, double the economy, have true science and education, and fix the broken government all in the name of God. Beginning with religion author Russell Hamner peels back the layers of deception that have shrouded the truth for the last two thousand years, clearly showing those truths which bring the promises of God into reality, truths that in today's religion only exist in the hopes and dreams of your mind.
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Studio: Tate Publishing & Enterprises
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.29" Width: 5.46" Height: 0.65" Weight: 0.68 lbs.
Release Date May 6, 2008
Publisher Tate Publishing & Enterprises
ISBN 1604621524 ISBN13 9781604621525
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Can Christianity Save America's Economy? Mar 3, 2009
Americans don't have to watch the TV news to hear doom and gloom reports on the economy - they need only check their own wallets.
The vitriolic debate over what it will take to kick start the economy again has led to sharp divisions among lawmakers and citizens alike. The national debt is ballooning at an unprecedented pace, and millions are wondering if anything can be done to return our nation's sense of equilibrium.
While industry leaders, economists, and government officials haggle over the best strategy to revive the markets, many people are quietly turning to their faith in God to survive the financial maelstrom. Immersing in individual prayers and Bible studies may help them endure the stress of our times, but is it possible that Christians across America unwittingly hold the keys to saving America?
Author and religious researcher Russell Hamner says the answer is `yes.' In his new book Hamner explores what he considers to be pervasive misconceptions about the relationship between religion and government. He lays the framework by exploring common beliefs about Christianity and the role it played in founding our nation--and the enormous impact Christianity could have on stabilizing America's economy.
"It always makes the news when an atheist sues over the words "under God" in the pledge of allegiance or because they're offended by symbols of Christianity," says Hamner. "They keep pushing their agenda that the Constitution wants to separate all mention of God from our government. The truth is that our forefathers clearly appealed to God for liberty, freedom, and protection when they founded our country."
Read the Declaration of Independence and you'll see the references to God, man's Creator, and a `firm reliance on the protection of Providence.' Hamner says because our forefathers founded America based on God's will, it led to prosperity and good fortune for the nation. So fast forward 230+ years to the current financial crisis and the question is where do God and Christianity fit in now?
"The answer doesn't come from creating a bigger federal government and trillions more in debt," says Hamner. "The truth is our nation's churches could solve this problem if they would unify. If the millions of Christians in America would form a singular church, uniting all the churches in the country, think about the incredible amount of money that would be raised in just one week. That money could be given to law enforcement to fight crime. The following week's tithes could be directed at another problem and the end result would be a more efficient federal government that doesn't have to focus on social issues because the national church would tackle it."
"Awake: The Third Testament" takes readers on a journey through the ages. By starting off with exploration of the true meaning of God's word in both the Old and New Testaments, to showing readers how religion, man and government are all intertwined, the book provides readers with some intriguing and timely food for thought.