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New Book is Demystifying the Truth of the Bible and Helping Believers Find Their Way Around the Propaganda with Religion and Back to the Simplicity of God's Love

Contact: Sophia White, 202-679-3777

MEDIA ADVISORY, Sept. 3 /Christian Newswire/ -- In an age where religion and politics are one and the same and modern churches have stepped aside from the simplicity of God's message, where can believers go for the truth about finding salvation in Christ? These are the questions that author Sophia White introduces in her new novel "Jesus is for Everybody."

"This book is about life, not religion," says White. "This book is about developing a personal relationship with God in terms of everyday life." "Jesus is for Everybody" helps Christians get to the heart of the matter and takes politics out of faith.

When did believers start to turn away from the simplicity of God's message and complicating it with their own interpretation to match their own purpose, and when did churches began focusing on fundraising rather than fellowship?

"Jesus is for Everybody" contains over 3000 scriptures organized in Chapters outlined below. "People are seriously debating about what Jesus would say today so I hope the facts illustrated will spark a more insightful discussion during a critical time," says White.

In "Jesus is for Everybody" Sophia explores the science behind the scripture, breaking concepts down into simple, everyday application that makes sense for people of every walk of life. She also reminds people that religion is meant to be built on a deep, personal relationship with God. As outlined in the book of Revelation, many churches have lost that relationship.

The name "Sophia" is derived from σοφία, the Greek word for wisdom. Author Sophia White has made it her goal to share the divine wisdom and inspiration that God has shared with her to revitalize the Christian community in the love and mercy of God.

When she's not writing Sophia works as an Information Technology Auditor in Washington D.C. Sophia is also a volunteer teacher at the Academy of Hope. "Although I've had to travel extensively for my profession, meeting new people from all walks of life has been the highlight of my life," says Sophia. "The accounting aspect of my job has taught me to seek an intellectual understanding for everything, including spiritual forces. Over the years, God gave me a mission to share my awareness."

To purchase visit www.jesusisforeverybody.org
Reach author at 202.679.3777 or sophia@jesusisforeverybody.org