Martial Arts and the Christian Kindle Book

Mitchell, Nebraska, October 12, 2012―LaurentBooks is proud to announce the following publication, Martial Arts and the Christian, on Amazon Kindle eBooks.

Martial Arts and the Christian explores the underlying themes of Creationism and Evolutionism found inherent in the arts. From studies in Genesis, MAC establishes a strong Christian apologetic “defense of the faith” position. The book, a sharp study that de-bunks temporal myths in the martial arts as well as provide a Christian map, is an alternative way of seeing the arts in their most basic, pro-Christ state. MAC, citing a definite creationist perspective, allows the arts to have a Christ-centered eternal theme rather than a temporary earth-bound one, which the philosophies of the Orient promote.

The work provides a clear framework for Christians so they may “see through” the prevalent worldly philosophies that the arts are currently tied to. Citing that original God-honoring arts began with the family of Noah and were later inundated with Eastern philosophies at the Tower of Babel, MAC traces this line of reasoning to the present day popular martial arts. MAC also provides Christian strategists with the necessary tools of analysis to help them define their arts and their individual roles in the martial “mission” field for a greater personal effect.

Establishing lost historical lines MAC ties the modern arts to the God of Creation, filling in a much-needed Christian analysis of the arts, and is intended to be a solid reference work, one that will equip the Christian practitioner with sound information for many years to come. Written in a casual easy to understand style, MAC covers topics such as anthropology, art, history, linguistics, myth, prayer, science, strategy and theology, and will be an invaluable edition to any library where sound Biblical teaching of the arts is concerned.

About the Author

Douglas M. Laurent, M.A., English, is a graduate of Northeastern Illinois University in Chicago. As a Bible researcher and as a martial practitioner with over thirty years of experience in various arts, Mr. Laurent found that many Christians who practice martial arts either compromise their faith or do not have an adequate apologetic, “defense of the faith” when it comes to their dealing with the evolutionary-oriented philosophies that the world martial arts are dominated by. As a result of this, Mr. Laurent in Martial Arts and the Christian clearly delineates the Creation-based Christian perspective on the arts and the uncompromising role Christian martial strategists must play in the respective mission field called “martial arts.”

For further information, contact:
LaurentBooks@aol.com
Carol Laurent, Publisher

Buy Martial Arts and the Christian

Amazon Book Description

Publication Date: October 12, 2012

Establishing a strong forward Christian apologetic “defense of the faith” position, “Martial Arts and the Christian” breaks ground. The work provides a sharp analysis that de-bunks false, earth-bound temporal “genetic” myths in the martial arts as well as provide a Christian map, a way of seeing the arts in their most basic, pro-Christ, “non-genetic” eternal “not of this world” state. “Martial Arts and the Christian,” citing a definite creationist perspective, allows the arts to have an eternal, Christ-centered eternal theme rather than a temporary earth-bound one, which the philosophies of the Orient promote. Unquestionably, the work provides a strong Christian framework in light of the arts so that Christian practitioners of the martial ways may “see through” the philosophies that the arts are currently bound in.

Citing that the truer, more original God-honoring arts began with the family of Noah and were later inculcated with Eastern philosophies at the Tower of Babel in Babylon, “Martial Arts and the Christian” traces this line of reasoning to the present day, wherein we get the popular martial arts. Inevitably, “Martial Arts and the Christian” re-establishes lost historical lines, tying the modern arts to the God of Creation.

This definitive work fills in a much-needed Christian analysis of the arts, and, as far as publication is concerned, there is no other work like it, “Martial Arts and the Christian” standing alone in the field. There are no competing titles known, that is, a Christian study of the arts at this in-depth level, one that explores the very root processes of the arts as a collective whole and the Christian’s role in them. In the burgeoning field of Christian martial literature, “Martial Arts and the Christian” is intended to be a solid reference work, one that will equip the Christian martial practitioner with sound information for many years to come.

Product Details

  • File Size: 1183 KB
  • Publisher: LaurentBooks (October 12, 2012)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B009PXF40Y
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
  • X-Ray: Not Enabled
  • Lending: Enabled


FindADojo.com