Restoring Honor to an Honorable Vocation

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AuthorHouse, May 19, 2005 - Education - 132 pages

Restoring Honor to an Honorable Vocation is an attempt to denounce those who defile the ministry through their self serving, ungodly and unethical conduct as shepherds of God’s sheep.  It examines the many ways churches and parishes can keep priests and pastors who abuse their offices from inflicting further injury to the Ministry.  It highlights specific actions to neutralize Ecclesial scam artists and discourage them from entering the Priesthood?  It is set up as a rallying call to godly priests and pastors, Bishops and Cardinals, Superintendents and General Secretaries of Protestant denominations to usher in a new era of accountability and pastoral service, based upon the principles of spiritual uprightness, integrity and faithfulness unto God.

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About the author (2005)

Rev. Dieuner Joseph is the founder and Senior Pastor of Imani Temple Baptist Church in Elizabeth, New Jersey.  He believes that any Christ centered ministry should endeavor to set up and help to maintain an ethic which encompasses high moral standards, a profound sense of social responsibility, and Spiritual dedication to the almighty God.  Such a task can only be accomplished as Pastors and Priests consecrate themselves to holy living regardless of the pressures and temptations to do otherwise.

 He holds a Masters Degree of Divinity (M.Div) and a Masters Degree of Theology (Th.M) from Princeton Theological Seminary.

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