28 Superstitions address some of the key misconceptions we inherited from the Ancient Near East. These beliefs guide people in their day-to-day lives, which is the reason for this book. It took Philip years of research to rid himself of these in his personal life as a former pastor and child of the church.
This seventy-two page book is aimed at the general public and is an easy read which can be completed in the duration of a flight between Johannesburg and Cape Town. There are many Christians and other Theists who are beginning to question the things they were taught by the church. This book can aid them in their search for more realistic views on life and faith.
Philip was a minister for 32 years and is now a facilitator at the Renaissance Community, at a new branch of Renaissance in Johannesburg.