MEADVILLE, Pa., Oct. 10, 2019 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- "One Guy and a Briefcase": a stirring tome that explains who Jesus is and helps one to realize that to be free in Christ is priceless. "One Guy and a Briefcase" is the creation of published author David Johnson, a writer who lets loose on all the years of pent-up frustration with egregious and blatant lies, and reluctance and ignorance of the leaders, to discuss the pillars of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, without the predictable consequence of being cast out after his seventy years of being annoyed with organized religion. He also worked for ten years as a dentist in Bangladesh.
Johnson writes, "This book is for Seventh-day Adventist millennials and all believers, especially those old farts who were born and brought up in the church like me. These are Adventist kids and grown-ups that say 'Wait. What? That makes no sense. Who is this Jesus they are presenting? He demands that I know the law, the Sabbath, the sanctuary in heaven, the scary investigative judgment, the mark of the beast, the three angels' messages, about being stranded without an advocate, the fact that Jesus was executed in my place, and the fact that I should revere and obey the Adventist pope—or else.' Don't fret."
Published by Christian Faith Publishing, David Johnson's new book is a wholesome craft that prompts everyone that God has given to every individual all the information necessary to understand exactly what God wants to human.
With this purpose, Johnson tries to motivate everyone to free themselves from the shackles of organized religions and try to examine how fun it is to be free in Christ.
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Consumers can purchase"One Guy and a Briefcase" at traditional brick & mortar bookstores, or online at Amazon.com, Apple iTunes store, or Barnes and Noble.
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