Surrender of Sovereignty: How man contrived religion and subordinated himself to it
Paperback, 5x8 in, 156 pages
Wheatmark, September 15, 2010
When we surrender personal sovereignty to an entity believed to have higher authority than ourselves, a dangerously hypnotic situation occurs. Submission to religious systems that are not based upon reasonable ideas or doctrines leads to fanaticism. It infects us with diminished initiative and reduces personal responsibility for our decisions.
Surrender of Sovereignty is a challenging account of how Kirby Clendenon, DDS, explored a path that took him away from his family's traditional faith. His studies led him into a different branch of Christianity, and eventually out of Christianity altogether.
Within these pages Clendenon offers an easy-to-follow history of how the Bible came into existence, examines the credibility of several key pillars of Christianity, and explains how this information prompted him to regain control of his mind and his life.
His powerful message is not just for Christians, but for adherents of all faiths.