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Table Of Contents

1. Laid Out Straight
2. They Are Commandments, Not Suggestions
3. The One and Only God
4. Loving Our Fellow Christians
5. Profanity and the Christian
6. The Sabbath Day
7. Mom and Dad
8. Killing Each Other with Words and Deeds
9. Short Skirts, Bikinis, and Elevator Eyes
10. Being a Good Witness
11. Stealing Ourselves Right Out of our Victory in Jesus
12. Lying, Bearing False Witness, and Perjury
13. Envy, Coveting, and “I Want It”
14. Violating the Ten Commandments
15. Peer Pressure to Sin
16. Dimwit Christians
17. Making Things Right with God
18. The Devil Is in the Details
20. The Results of Disobeying God
21. All Aboard the Heaven Express
Conclusion: Soldiers for Christ
In Memory of a Faithful Child
References
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Shame on Us Christians

Shame on Us Christians

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Kevin Turnbaugh is a logistics management specialist for the US Army at New Cumberland, Pennsylvania. His work is performed, and this book was written, on a computer equipped with screen reader software that allows the blind to hear what is shown on the screen and input the data or words, using keystroke functions instead of the mouse. It is from his more than twenty-five years of service as a civilian in the army and from his numerous years of exposure to the ministry that Kevin has become the source of information on current affairs in our country and churches, attitudes surrounding those areas of life, and the threats to our freedoms as Christians.

It is from these areas of work and ministry exposure that Kevin has developed the background for his two previous books, Time Witnessing and Critical Condition, as well as the information and contents of this book. By using the Ten Commandments provided to Moses and to us today, he brings forth the how and why of living as a Christian and considers where all of us fail, including his own failings and shortcomings.
Kevin Turnbaugh is a logistics management specialist for the US Army at New Cumberland, Pennsylvania. His work is performed, and this book was written, on a computer equipped with screen reader software that allows the blind to hear what is shown on the screen and input the data or words, using keystroke functions instead of the mouse. It is from his more than twenty-five years of service as a civilian in the army and from his numerous years of exposure to the ministry that Kevin has become the source of information on current affairs in our country and churches, attitudes surrounding those areas of life, and the threats to our freedoms as Christians.

It is from these areas of work and ministry exposure that Kevin has developed the background for his two previous books, Time Witnessing and Critical Condition, as well as the information and contents of this book. By using the Ten Commandments provided to Moses and to us today, he brings forth the how and why of living as a Christian and considers where all of us fail, including his own failings and shortcomings.

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