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Pure Christianity

Pure Christianity



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Published by Paul Hildreth
An explanation of what Christianity can mean for your life, presented without the trappings of organised religious denominations and fundamentalism.
An explanation of what Christianity can mean for your life, presented without the trappings of organised religious denominations and fundamentalism.

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Published by: Paul Hildreth on Jun 24, 2009
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Pure Christianity
Pure Christianity
Paul Hildreth
Copyright P. Hildreth, 2006, 2008First Edition, 2008
Scripture taken from the HOLY BIBLE, NEW INTERNATIONAL VERSION®. Copyright ©1973, 1978, 1984 International Bible Society. Used by permission of Zondervan. All rightsreserved.
My deepest gratitude goes to the late Rev Alan Tovey, for introducing me to Biblical Christianity. Never before, or since, have I heard better expositions of Biblical passages and their relevance to ustoday. He will be sadly missed.
This book is compiled using extracts from my book ‘Look into a Mirror’, published on Lulu.com
Pure Christianity
Introduction3Peace of Mind6Stressed Out11So What?14Way Down Inside19The Diagnosis23So, What About You?27Has Anyone Told us What We Are Like?34My Story39More About the Bible43What Does the Bible Teach us aboutourselves?49Is Sin Old-Fashioned?54What is Love Anyway?59The Answer62At Last. The Good News69How Will Your Life Change?76What about Hell and the Devil?82What about Suffering?86What about Miracles?89What if I am not told? 94Conclusion: How do I become a Christian?100Postscript: A Note on Faith103Appendix105Select Bibliography106
Pure Christianity
 No one’s life is free of stress.It’s how we cope with it that matters.We say that we have lots of reasons to be stressed and worried these days.What about our parents, grandparents and all before them?They would have had many reasons to be stressed, but life did not end. We are here asa result of their managing to make it through life. Their lives could easily be said tohave been much more stressful than ours, but in different ways. We sometimes speak and complain about it as if stress was only a twenty first century problem.I would imagine that those who went through the two World Wars and the worldwideeconomic depression in the twentieth century would gladly have replaced them withour worries about high mortgages, credit cards, commuting, and plastic surgery.Yes, we can be stressed. But we can also be happy. It depends on our approach to life.If you were asked to make a list of things that give you stress, I’m sure you could justas easily make a longer list of the beautiful things in life if you really thought about it.What are we faced with today? Perhaps your worry or stress results from one (or maybe all) of the following:Personal:
Broken relationships and divorces.
Lack of love and attention.
Low self esteem
Dysfunctional families.
Absentee fathers (or mothers)
Money problems.
Stressful job.
Teenage pregnancy.
Child abuse.
Domestic violence.
Drug abuse.
Alcohol abuse.
Alienation from society.

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