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The Utopia of a Strange Love: When the Love of God is Mishandled
By Tavares D. Robinson

They are ubiquitous these days—eloquent, charismatic preachers, speakers, teachers, and evangelists who skillfully argue that the essential message of Christianity is love. Love, so desired in both the Christian and secular worlds. Songs reflect the urgency to find love: “All we need is love. . .” “What the world needs now is love. . .” and perhaps one of the most heartrending, “The greatest thing you’ll ever learn is just to love and be loved in return.” Some churches declare on their signboards, “Looking for love? Look no farther than here,” or something similar.

But there are other fundamentals of being a follower of Christ that the popular preachers often ignore. The lack of teaching on it is not just misleading but dangerous. In The Utopia of a Strange Love: When the Love of God is Mishandled, Tavares Robinson identifies the problem.

In this timely, thought-provoking book, he covers:

  • When history repeats itself
  • The secret meeting
  • The agape deception
  • Is love the greatest?
  • The golden calf of relevance, and more

A vital teaching like the love of God has been seriously misrepresented. And if our view of God is wrong, then the cross of Christ can be nullified. Robinson challenges readers to get back to the basics and recover the true historical meaning of God’s love. Read an excerpt...

 

About the Author

Tavares Robinson is the founder and senior pastor of Sound the Trumpet Ministries of Miami in Miami, Florida. He currently serves as the founder of Watchman Publishing. Robinson is also the author of Shepherds, Hirelings, and Dictators: How to Recognize the Difference. The Lord has graced him to speak with a bold prophetic voice, which turns the hearts of people back to God. Robinson currently lives with his family in South Florida.

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Warnings from the Garden: Uncovering the Wiles of Deception
By Tavares D. Robinson

Deception used to be considered evil. But not any longer—not when those who are called to live like Christ now openly justify and defend anti-Christian character behavior. When the church follows the leadership of the culture, and sacrifices historical biblical truths on the altars of relativism and trendiness, it becomes a twenty-first century version of Esau, a man who valued his current times over an eternal reward. Ignorance of biblical history—or in some cases historical amnesia—has left the church ever-vulnerable to the changing current of modern culture. When the church divorce itself from the past, it become blind in the present. When God’s people forgot their history, then apathy, anarchy, apostasy and abandonment soon follow. The problem of deception and bowing to the culture goes all the way back to the Garden of Eden, where Adam and Eve became the Serpent’s first victims. Spiritual deception moved them away from a God-centered worldview to a human-centered one. Self became their focus. Opinions and feelings had become their new “truth.” Adam and Eve began to see circumstances, themselves, and life in general from Satan’s point of view, and God’s authority was no longer the centerpiece of their lives.

Across all denominations, spiritual deception within the church has intensified.

Warnings from the Garden: Uncovering the Wiles of Deception addresses the many land mines our Adversary has planted among us. This book will help readers uncover errors and recover a passion for historical biblical truths, producing a true conforming to Christ.

Read an excerpt...

 

About the Author

Tavares Robinson is the founder and senior pastor of Sound the Trumpet Ministries of Miami in Miami, Florida. He currently serves as the founder of Watchman Publishing. Robinson is also the author of Shepherds, Hirelings, and Dictators: How to Recognize the Difference. The Lord has graced him to speak with a bold prophetic voice, which turns the hearts of people back to God. Robinson currently lives with his family in South Florida.