A Generation of Vipers

by Albert Anderson; Aimee Anderson



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 01/01/2002

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 308
ISBN : 9780759647619

About the Book

This is an exposé dealing with corruption within evangelical church leadership and consequent effects therefrom. Spiritual devastation resulting from unfaithful or flawed leadership will be poignantly declared. Truth must not be altered, watered down, or compromised. Accepting the truth of real-life experience can be painful to hear about and very difficult to resolve.

Vigilant corrections on the road of life are essential if we would arrive at the intended goal. When our astronauts fired their rockets to blast out of earth’s gravitational pull and aimed for the moon, constant computerized navigational corrections were made to enable their orbiting the moon upon arrival. When leaving the earth an ever so slight degree of error would have ultimately placed the astronauts far from the gravitational pull of the moon and their desired orbit.

Church leaders and parishioners hold the United States government and world leaders "accountable" for their actions. Likewise, the U.S. government and people of the world also have a right to hold church leaders and parishioners "accountable" for their actions, as well.

It is spiritual high treason for church leaders to use the "CHURCH" as a safe sanctuary from civil prosecution when committing ungodly and illegal acts. The Head of the church, Jesus Christ, with scathing denunciation rebuked the Pharisees of His day for their sins against God while they were quick to condemn those unable to defend themselves. God has one standard for both the church and the world. "God is no respecter of persons."

About the Author

Albert and Aimee Anderson (married over 47 years) are the type of Pastors who, when they see righteous principles violated take a stand and remain steadfast on eternal and unchanging Truth. Their experience (Albert has held ministerial credentials for 51 years) has proven that "wolves" are within church structures, not just predators from outside. And because the Andersons’ have had the courage to expose corruption, they have been caught in the crossfire of defensive officials covering their wicked deeds.

When someone with a flashlight finds a cockroach in their house should they kill the bug or "kill the light" and let the bugs roam free? Those in authority have seen fit to squash the Andersons and try to sweep them out instead of the corruption. They have been threatened to be silent, but they won’t be silent; conscience forbids it. They have opted to stir up dust amid powerful people who prefer things be left dusty.

Albert and Aimee Anderson heard cries of the wounded (as true shepherds do) in two different church denominations and personally became involved in mending wounds. In so doing they found that the price was extremely high and became wounded themselves.

Yes, their David-and-Goliath struggle against denominational powers (unscrupulous and unethical conduct by church officials) has taken its toll. They could have been "bought off" and chosen comfort instead of sacrifice and commitment to Scripture, but for them righteousness forbids it.