Pulpit Gangster by Mathias Hardeman Sr.
Life Inside a Cult

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Based on a true story. This book is written to expose a church that elicits wrongful acts among its congregation: the House of Prayer in Atlanta, Georgia. It gives graphic and horrifying details of the realities of life inside a cult. The House of Prayer made headline news in 2001. Several networks, stations and people got involved which included but not limited to Dateline NBC, CNN, Fox News, Atlanta Journal Constitution, BBC, People Magazine, Bryant Gumbel, Bill O’Reilly, Sally Jessy Raphael and Nancy Grace.

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Two dedicated men devoted energy and time to their families while facing obstacles and challenges growing up in a cult.
Published October 20, 2012 by Mathias Hardeman Sr.. 44 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality.

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Although called “the House of Prayer church,” a supposedly Christian ministry, the authors contend it was a perverse cult run by a “dictator,” Rev.

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