Will the Real Christian Please Stand Up? New Release Defines the Characteristics of a Christian
Contact: Tony Izuogu, 360-226-3488, email@example.com
ENUMCLAW, Wash., Feb. 15, 2019 /Christian Newswire
/ -- Even though one-third of the population of the world identifies themselves as Christians, a discrepancy between the title and the lifestyle is often observed. Tony Izuogu, author and computer programmer, says, "Christianity should not be a title but a lifestyle copied from Christ." In his new release Follow Me (Redemption Press 2019), he examines the questions "Who is a Christian?" and "What does it take to be a Christian?"
Izuogu asks, "Are all who claim to be Christians truly Christians?" In Follow Me he goes to the heart of Christianity—the person and life of Jesus Christ—to identify what being a Christian truly means. Using biblical examples, he highlights the relevance of Christ to Christianity, why Jesus came to earth, why we must follow Christ, and the benefits of doing so. He invites seekers to go "beyond the boredom of lifeless religion and into a thoroughly rewarding way of life."
Izuogu, also a vocal advocate against injustice and corruption, says, "In serving in church ministry, I have encountered pseudo-Christianity and the havoc it causes. I have seen how lives of many professing Christians are divorced from the character attributes of Jesus Christ and do not understand the relevance of Christ to Christian spirituality and godly character."
Follow Me is designed to help mature Christians live true Christian lives, and will give foundation knowledge to help new Christians grow in character.
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