Prototypical Kingdom

by Eugene C. Shults, Sr.



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 15/04/2001

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 8.25x11
Page Count : 564
ISBN : 9780759606098

About the Book

This book, inspired by the Spirit of God, provides the Christian adult food that has been missing for 1800 years. As such, the book calls the Body of Christ from the carnal status, as described by 1 Corinthians 3:1, to the spiritual status therein to conduct the physical and spiritual confrontation of the enemy of God and his workers; known and unknown to bring about the conversion of our culture to the prototype of the kingdom of God. The proceeds of this cultural transformation are called Dialectical Agapism. Each component of this process, thesis, antithesis, and synthesis is supported by a set of spiritual laws, which in themselves represent a transformation of our perceptions of church, faith, and culture. This book has much to offer. Do not miss this revelation of the Spirit.

About the Author

Shults was born in a rural area of Northwest Detroit just after the onset of the Great Depression. After college, he served for five years in the navy as an aviator followed by more than six years as a weekend warrior reservist. In the late 1950s, he returned to school to earn an advanced degree in physics. Mr. Shults then joined IBM and began a career in computers and data processing. He taught information technology at the University of California Santa Barbara extension school and later was president of his own computer company where he created many computer software innovations. In 1973, he received the baptism of the Holy Spirit dramatically changing his life interests. In 1986, under the guidance of the Spirit of God, he gave up his life's vocation and began an intense study of church history, theology, and US History. This work is one of more than ten manuscripts he has produced with God's leadership. Father of eight children, Mr. Shults and his wife Carol, now live in Florida with two children still in the home.