Scratching My Head with a Two-Edged Sword

by Robert C. Brown



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 4/8/2021

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 8.5x11
Page Count : 158
ISBN : 9781665521949
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 158
ISBN : 9781665521956

About the Book

The purpose of this book is to show the simplicity of a complex God. There is a danger of not seeing what we’re reading because our presumptions have sometimes blinded us, and we don’t have inspiration on the Revelation. It is my hope that this book will be a light unto many pathways. God’s word is meant to come alive in the hearts of men. It is my hope that this book will stir up your pure minds and people learn to be careful HOW they hear and avoid any type of perverted gospel that only causes an “emotional high,” to the neglect of food for the soul. This book will definitely make you think, because it will challenge what you’ve heard and cause you to read in depth as the teaching comes alive. I am eternally grateful that my wife Pamela, before her passing in January 2017, inspired me to get the words out of my head and encouraged me to write this book. Will it cause you to scratch your heads? Probably. . .

About the Author

Robert C Brown is a graduate of Woodlawn High school in Woodlawn Virginia and Christiansburg Institute in Christiansburg, Virginia. He attended Virginia State University with an interim of 2 years in the Marine Corps, then returned to graduate in 1976 with a degree in Sociology. On his journey of being called into the ministry, he served as founder of the Sociology Newsletter and the United Youth Fellowship. He began as an associate at Cobb Memorial Church in Atlanta Georgia and credits Dr. Ratliff the pastor at that time, for his mentorship by example. Robert C. Brown went on to become pastor of Redmond Creek Baptist Church in Galax Virginia, Zion Hill Baptist Church of Radford Virginia, Macedonia Baptist in Sparta, North Carolina and New Zion Baptist in Rock Hill South Carolina to name a few. Second to his calling to proclaim the Gospel, nothing is more important to him than family. At 74 years of age, he finds that there is still a great necessity to “show yourself approved unto God, a Workman not ashamed RIGHTLY dividing the word of TRUTH.”