An Exciting and Illuminating New Book on What Christianity Ought to be, with Sound Teachings for Serious-Minded, Victory-Seeking, Heaven-Bound Believers

Atlanta, GA, August 22, 2007 --( Just when you’d think that all of the major mysteries of the Bible have been revealed, along comes a book that serves as a powerful revelation on what Christianity is all about. Christianity: The Tomb of Life will help you improve your walk with God and teach you how to become the person you were meant to be so you can help make the Church strong and relevant in today’s world.

Outskirts Press, Inc. is pleased to announce the publication of Christianity: The Tomb of Life by Okas Ndukwe. During his time on Earth, Jesus declared that unless a person “dies,” he will end up losing his life, and that if he does “die,” he will find life. Ndukwe’s thoughtful and inspirational book provides unique insight into what the Lord Jesus meant by these words. In his preface, Ndukwe writes:

The greatest problem that has plagued and hurt Christianity more than anything else since its inception, is the fact that most of the people who adhere to the Christian faith have never lived to the full extent of their potential as Christians. For this reason, the power of Christianity and its authority as the one faith that was handed down to mankind by God Himself are readily dismissed by those outside of it. The reason for this tragedy is that most people in the Church do not know who they are as Christians, meaning, what being Christians makes of them, and what they, as Christians, can, and ought to be, doing by the nature and power of Christ, which reside in them. The biggest source of this problem, of course, is the lack of understanding of what the Scripture teaches on this subject.

In Christianity: The Tomb of Life, Ndukwe presents and discusses a few of the fundamental truths upon which Christianity is built. “Christianity has been stagnant for many years now,” he says. “This book will help to revive believers.”

Christianity: The Tomb of Life contains many powerful revelations from the Bible that God has now chosen to release to His Church, revelations that the Church is badly in need of and that every Christian should be made aware of. Like The Prayer of Jabez and The Purpose-Driven Life, Ndukwe’s Christianity: The Tomb of Life has the potential to become a major hit. Its clear thesis and accessible style make it an important choice for Bible school curriculums and prayer and Bible study group reading lists.

ISBN: 978-1-4327-0783-5 Format: 5.5 x 8.5 Paperback SRP: $17.95
Genre: Christianity / Christian Life / General

About the Author: An evangelist by calling, Okas Ndukwe (pronounced “Dooquay”) is currently serving as an associate pastor at Jubilee Christian Church International in Stone Mountain, Georgia. He attended Oral Roberts University in the eighties, where he majored in finance. It wasn’t until the late nineties, while living and running a business in Nigeria, that the Lord called him to His service. Ndukwe and his wife, Florence, are blessed with four children.

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