Comic relief for weary church folks. Ian von Maltitz has lived through church yet remains a Christian. No doubt, his unique sense of humor and powers of observation have helped him thrive. This book is a humorous expose of modern-day legalism, self-righteousness, and hypocrisy in the Church. Its principal character is Self-righteous, who attempts to instruct his young protege, Sanctimonious, on how to lead his Christian life. In the style of C.S. Lewis' Screwtape Letters, von Maltitz pulls the mask off the modern Pharisee. This books helps you break pretenses and enjoy a healthy faith. Ian von Maltitz has been involved in Christian work since 1970. He has authored two other books and numerous articles. He lives in Colorado with his wife, Yvonne, and two children.
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