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Author: Creflo Dollar Narrator: Paul D. Johnson Publisher: Hachette Book Group Format: Unabridged Audiobook Delivery: Instant Download Audio Length: Release Date: September 2015 ISBN: 9781478959618
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Pastor Creflo Dollar offers ten compelling reasons why God hates religion—but loves for people to have real relationships with Christ. Religion has broken churches, fueled wars, and driven people away from the true Gospel of Jesus. Why I Hate Religion is a clarion call for people to ditch religion and embrace relationship as it explores the top ten reasons why God hates religion, such as: religion makes people try to earn their way into heaven, but Christ offers grace; religion says God uses calamity to teach his people, but Christ comforts us; religion blames problems on God, but Christ helps people learn from their mistakes; religion makes prayer a powerless “form of godliness,” but Christ hears every word. Why I Hate Religion offers an empowering understanding of true Christianity, one that transforms church into a full, authentic, meaningful relationship with Jesus.

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About the Author

Dr. Creflo Dollar is a much-sought-after conference speaker, with books, CDs, audiotapes, and videotapes in worldwide distribution. Many of his works, including The Anointing to LiveUnderstanding God’s Purpose for the Anointing, and The Divine Order of Faith have been added to the curricula of Christian colleges across the United States.