The world has never been the same since Jesus left. Religion seems shallow and empty, showcased by the hypocritical and hateful of history. Gandhi sums up well the modern objection: "I like your Christ. I do not like your Christians. Your Christians are so unlike your Christ."
Why is it that there lies such an apparent difference between Jesus and His church? Is it Christianity that has failed us in its promises of peace, protection, and provision?
What if the answers to these questions and others came through a story - the story that is behind every story? What if your life and choices were part of the mosaic of a greater narrative of life?
The Great Controversy unveils that story, picking up where Jesus left off. It chronicles with clarity when and how much of the religion of Christ became convoluted with messages and practices never exemplified by Christ Himself. Showing the basis of today's challenges to faith, along with personal and practical answers, this masterful work reveals itself to be far ahead of its time - and eternally relevant.