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Reviewed by Lynette Fowlston for Readers' Favorite
Beware The Winds Of Doctrine by Henry Miranda is a small book that packs a big punch. Doctrine is the study of the Word of God. This book explains that it's not IF we believe, it's WHAT we believe. As a Christian we should study the Word of God diligently and know for our self if what we are hearing from the pulpit or the televised evangelists is correct doctrine or are we being deceived. There are many religions in the world today and some people just do not know which one to follow. Religion is a tool of Satan and he has placed many false teachers and preachers in the midst. This is one way that he can get to people as they have the need to worship. As the winds blow here and there so do many preachers who turn away from the Word to become people-pleasers. They lead their congregations down the wrong road.
The author backs his text with plenty of scripture references. I found this book to have some very important information in it. If you have been a Christian for a long time this book will probably seem repetitious at times, dealing with references you have learned over the years. A new Christian will find this book very helpful. Today many turn away from the true Word and follow false Doctrine. We need to study to make sure what we are hearing is in accordance with scripture. I do have a couple of criticisms one was the repetitions that I already mentioned, the other is the lack of editing. The book should have been checked thoroughly before going to print. This book has pertinent information and should be read along with the scriptures. I highly suggest the reader study the scriptures not just a quick read.