Book Review

A Church Compromised, The Danger of Compromise by Janet Basurto

51V4CSFfbTL._SX331_BO1,204,203,200_Yes, the Church is compromised by commonly held beliefs like the Bible was written so long ago that it doesn’t hold true in our society and I’m a good person and good people go to heaven and since Hell doesn’t exist there probably isn’t a heaven or vice-versa.  I had really expected to see a book of ways those who are Believers could turn the Church around to a greater understanding of the Word and how it applies to the Believer’s life.

Mrs. Basurto does a very fine job of using scripture to define her decidedly hard core beliefs.  Does that make her wrong?  Of course not.  I fully believe that the Word is totally inerrant and that to believe one part is to believe the whole thing, just as she does.  She lays out an excellent argument for really looking into the scripture for the answers to such current issues as abortion, murder, sex before marriage, lust, homosexuality, persecution and much more.

However, what bothered me most about this book was the need for some serious editing.  I find it quite difficult to take an author seriously who has not checked for spelling, grammar, word usage, and accurate Biblical quotes.

I was provided a copy of this book by Revival Waves of Glory Books and Publishing to give my personal opinion and honest review.