True Religion Explained

Rated 1.50/5 based on 2 reviews
There's one way to Heaven revealed by God, and thousands of Satan's counterfeits making promises that don’t save. Mostly, there hasn't been God’s way. The true path of religion is unknown to most, and is probably in the least expected place. This is a straight-shooting account of where truth lies. It tracks God’s revelations, debunks altered doctrine, and tells what YOU must do to discover truth. More
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Words: 45,140
Language: Australian English
ISBN: 9781301445813
About Eric Lawton

Born 1/10/1953 Ashton, England. Lives in Queensland, Australia. Grad. Dip.Management. Retired Computer Systems Officer. Married, 5 children. Loves Aussie Rules Football, cars and motorbikes.

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Review by: Bob Johnson on Dec. 29, 2016 :
Lawton's book is a thinly veiled attempt at promoting his Mormon beliefs but ends up being little more than a poorly written attack on his (numerous) personal enemies - Jews, blacks, Catholics, atheists, and others.

He admits to being an amateur and it shows. Simple errors of spelling and grammar are numerous, as are comically tortured sentences such as these gems:
"They make everybody wear bicycle helmets on bikes in case someone falls off, yet permit people to ingest known deadly poisons, including the non-smokers around them."
"...fallen into the same folly which bears quoting a famous quote by somebody: "If we don’t learn from history we are bound to make the same mistakes", or something like that...."
"Marriage having the built-in death sentence is like renting."

In short this is nothing more than a very long winded YouTube comment.
I can recommend it to masochists only.
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Review by: Kim Turner on Dec. 24, 2016 :
Rather than presenting a explanation of any kind, the author seems bent upon simply offending as many people as possible. The author isn't able to demonstrate basic understanding of the religious beliefs he outlines in his book. If you hold a belief, fine, explain why or how you got to that point. I can understand the author is quite passionate on the subject but to simply insult who doesn't believe as you, especially with no clear reason presented FOR your beliefs, is intolerant and quite bigoted.

I am giving the author 2 stars because I can understand passion, but that really isn't a reason to make a book. Present an argument FOR what you believe, at least attempt to understand the basics of the religious systems of thought you critique. This shtick of blindly insulting people only to say YOU need "take criticism for the current belief system you may adhere to" is really old.
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