Per-Arne Imsen: No other gods [bok]

298,00 kr

EN When the words ”an exciting thriller” is used to describe a book about the mixing of religions and the church’s history and future, then you can be sure it’s one of a kind. Per-Arne Imsens first English edition of No Other Gods is here! More info below.

SV  När orden ”en riktigt spännande thriller” används för att recensera en bok om religionsblandning och kyrkohistoria, då förstår man att Inga andra gudar är unik i sitt slag. Per-Arne Imsens första engelska utgåva av hans debutbok, nu med titeln No Other Gods, går nu att beställa. No Other Gods är reviderad och uppdaterad från den svenska utgåvan, och har bland annat ett helt NYTT kapitel 8 som berör ämnen som ”det gemensamma goda”, ”Muhammeds Jesus”, ”universalism”, ”virusets epicenter” och en analys av påve Francis encyklika ”alla bröder” som gavs ut i oktober 2020.

Mjukpärm, 480 s.
Utgiven av: Pilgrim Media





The English edition is finally here, and we look forward to share it with you. No Other Gods is a revolutionary journey through eras, kingdoms and cultures in which we follow the struggle for the God-given identity of the Church and how it has been upheld or distorted through history. Per-Arne Imsen experienced a calling to write a book that exposes that which tries to push Jesus to the sidelines. The title is taken from the first Commandment: ”You shall have no other Gods before me”.

The book is written in such a way that no prior knowledge of church history is required. This is how some of the readers have described the book:

”With prophetic insight, the author carefully follows events in the world. He exposes and criticizes syncretism in all its forms and asserts the unique position of Christianity and Jesus as the only way to God. Imsen’s book is comprehensive and calls for contemplation, but it’s an eye-opener and in part quite frightening. Without a profound revival, there is a serious risk of us ending up practising a faith that has been watered down to nothing. First and foremost, the book ought to be read by priests, pastors and church leaders.”