Author warns against the consequences of a life apart from Jesus Christ
LONGWOOD, FL--Within American religion today, there is confusion and chaos as people and denominations have turned away from the Bible. Without the anchor of divine truth, religion finds itself being tossed about by every new form of teaching. Liberal religionists have successfully promoted the belief that there is no absolute truth--a misconception that author Arge James Brockles lived under for 32 years before his salvation. Born into the Greek Orthodox religion, he is well-acquainted with the practices of liturgical churches, but it was only when--by God's grace--he was saved that he truly understood their teaching. In his new book, On My Way Home($15.99, paperback, 978-1-61579-969-5), he writes of his journey out of darkness and death into light and life everlasting, a transformation based solely in the authority of the Word of God.
"Regardless of the possible wealth, notoriety, and entertainment enjoyed, the life apart from the Lord Jesus Christ is a hopeless life because it leads only to the grave and eternal punishment," the author says. "Only in a life redeemed by Christ is there great purpose, meaning, and the assurance of heaven."
As a seminary graduate and a pastor-teacher for 42 years, Brockles has firsthand knowledge of the saving and sustaining grace of God which he shares with others. From the struggles of the Great Depression to being a successful businessman, he has tasted "the good life" the world offers and gave it all up for the greater life of serving the Lord.
Arge James Brockles was born and raised in Dallas, Texas. He attended Texas A&M University; became president of Brockles Restaurant, Inc.; and was vice president of Brockles Foods Company. After graduating from Dallas Theological Seminary in 1968, he pastored Mesquite Bible Church before starting Northlake Bible Church in 1972, which he continues to pastor.
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