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A revealing of the Purity of the Gospel of Jesus Christ free from men's traditions or opinions. This book defines Christianity, its Purpose ,goals and doctrines. This work starts with "What is Christianity?" and takes the reader through why we believe what we believe to the second coming of Jesus. Are you sure of what your faith is based on? You will be after reading this book. The Author invites

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