by Michael Jeffrey
I have been interested in the contentious topic of religion for as long as I can remember; as I have gotten older I have really immersed myself in the study of theology. I must admit that I am not a Christian Identist and I knew very little about this powerful religious movement before I had became aware of Pastor Paul Mullet. Mainstream Christianity has been subverted into a perverse kosher-friendly religion over the decades and noble men like Pastor Paul Mullet and his partner at the Divine Truth Ministries, Billy Roper wish to set Christianity back on its rightful course. There are many diverse opinions in the Christian Identity movement and it has become very convoluted as many different people contribute to a growing body of work in relation to this theology. Pastor Mullet has succeeded in bringing a sense of clarity to the reader on the subject of the Christian Identity doctrine; he explains in a very cogent and intelligible manner what Christian Identity is and what they are trying to achieve.
I thoroughly enjoyed reading this compilation of sermons. I consider myself a Deist, but I still find different religious perspectives fascinating. Pastor Mullet really outdid himself with this volume. I enjoyed volume one as well, but it seems that he is really growing as a writer. Some of the stand-out sermons include: Falling Away, Delusion of Comfort, and Your Story = Our Story. If you are interested in the Christian Identity movement as a viable solution to the religious vacuum that mainstream Christianity has left us with then you must read this book; however, if you are like me and are just curious about theology and different perspectives you will also find much value in this installment. Pastor Mullet is hard at work on other titles, but I have hope that he will one day release a final volume III.
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