Friday, December 31, 2010

Have you bought my books yet?




 
Real Tales Of Real People is a catalogue of stories from the author’s travel dairy that span from one continent to another and different cultures giving an insight into supernatural and natural occurrences that impact our lives. Through the narratives, the reader enters into homes and feels the chagrins of people afar of.


The tales are created to entertain, inform, teach and expand the mind. Readers from other cultures penetrate foreign locale without physically visiting them. These tales will add more impetus to family values and encourage the hopeless to be hopeful. Teachers could use them for their reading classes; families could use them in their family time to buttress the family bond and literacy.

The overall purport is to employ this book as a vehicle of choice to either create a modicum of probity and decorum or and to reinforce etiquettes that seem to elude the present generation.

Until Then, God bless you all.


The zeitgeist today is more Carpe Diem oriented; thus, the world is gearing towards an anti-intellectual and anti-religious trend. Common Mistakes In Theology is a product of many questions that have been asked by university and high school students, church and non church goers during youth ministries, retreats, conventions, and youth camps. This book concentrates on topics that the church usually does not teach its Christians during proselytization. It examines polemics and apologizes on controversies like salvation, polygamy, masturbation, cremation, cohabitation, death, wine, cigarettes and others to enable the Christians and curiosity seekers to understand their freedom in Christ and the limitations thereof.  Those who have adhered to certain traditional doctrines that were orally transmitted to them without having taken the time to see what the bible says will certainly find this book a true eye-opener.

“Bonyfish beware because the same net that caught the jawless fish, caught the cartilaginous fish” (Hamilton Ayuk). Beware earthly paradise seekers because there is a serpent in every paradise"(Hamilton Ayuk). Idle people write, idler people read, and idlest people read and whine that idle people are taking their time (Hamilton Ayuk).

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