There are several denominational differences in the body of Christ and in the world in general which raise questions that often culminate into arguments and strife.
One such question is:
WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO BE BORN AGAIN?
In the body of Christ, the effect of this singular question is seen in the following areas: disunity, hatred, strife, jealousy and so on. Several of these outcomes also are no longer hidden but are manifest. Worse still, those who are supposed to be crusaders of peace and harmony have been indirectly used by the devil to propagate chaos in the body of Christ. Preachers are now defending themselves and their denominations instead of preaching the gospel they were called to preach.
Behaviors of alleged Christians confuse atheists and agnostics, such that they are querying whether becoming a Christian is the best thing that can happen to any man. It is sad to say that behaviors exhibited by Christians have become a deterrent unto preaching the gospel.
Shall we then use this controversy as an excuse to stop preaching the gospel? Or do we close entirely the subject of being born again, so that there will be unity in the body of Christ?
The scripture says in 1 Corinthians 9:16:
“… yea, woe is unto me if I preach not the gospel!”
In Romans 1:16, it says:
“For I am not ashamed of the gospel of Christ: for it is the power of God unto salvation to everyone that believeth; to the Jews first, and also to the Greek.”
So necessity is laid upon us to continue preaching.
Therefore, seeing that to be born again is the prerequisite to becoming a Christian, this book is presented to clear the differences we have in the subject of being born again.
This handbook will get straight to the point of addressing the subject in four sections designated by chapter numbers. Be patient and prayerfully go through it. Order it online by going to amazon.com or createspace.com or call the authour on 0808 556 5480
God bless you.