Christian Living Author Reece Manley Stands Firm in Describing Near Death Experience with Rev. Wylie Drake
November 5, 2009
MEDIA ADVISORY, (christiansunite.com) -- Forget politics. Sometimes Faith makes for stranger bedfellows and this is what will happen when progressive Christian living author Dr. Reece W. Manley joins Rev. Wylie Drake of conservative SBC fame on Rev. Drake's Crusader Radio program.
"I believe in the loving, inclusive aspects of Jesus Christ," begins Dr. Manley, author of Christian inspirational work, Crossing Twice: Answers from the Source as well as Christian living book Spirit Thinking: Your 30 Day Guide to an Enlightened Life. "I believe man's greatest wrong is to limit God's love." Reece Manley is a fast rising Christian living author and spirituality expert arriving on the progressive Christian scene with his groundbreaking works in Christian self help and his incredible near death experience transformation account.
Meanwhile, Rev. Wylie Drake who has been said to have been praying for the death Barack Obama and has resounded again and again that he "teaches the whole Bible, not just the warm fluffy" has a very different opinion on the inclusiveness of Dr. Manley's works.
Despite the men's disagreement, they found common ground in the fact that there is but one God, one Son and one Holy Spirit. "Of course I love Rev. Drake," says Dr. Manley. "I don't agree with him, but I love him with the love of the Lord." The comments are common from the Christian living author and spirituality expert who refused to say a negative word about Rev. Drake. Instead he pointed out the positives of Rev. Drake's ministry.
"Also, many may not be familiar with the great works Rev. Drake does in feeding the hungry in his community. Of the churches in his area, his leads the pack in donations to the hungry by more than two and a half times any other church of his size," says Christian living author Dr. Manley. "The New Testament would have all us pause and ask how a bad tree could bear good fruit? Feeding the hungry is a good fruit."