Covington pastor clears ‘culture clutter’ in bookcomment (0)
February 1, 2007
If Ralph L. Aaron gets his way, then the world will be a lot less cluttered and people will be able to see God above all else. Aaron, pastor of Victory Baptist Church, Andalusia, in Covington Baptist Association, likens the clutter we live in to that of an "overstuffed" closet that has lost its "functional purpose."
To begin the process of removing the clutter caused by things like the Internet, Aaron recently published "Focusing the Eye of the Soul." "If we are to help ourselves focus the eye of the soul, the clutter must be removed in order to free us back to the point that we have functional purpose and meaning," he said.
Aaron, who holds a doctorate in theology from Covington Theological Seminary in Fort Oglethorpe, Ga., developed the book from his doctoral thesis.
A practical read, the book moves from the meaning of culture clutter to applying the concepts of dealing with clutter and life situations. It is a print-on-demand book published by Author-House and can be found at www.ralphsoul.com.