In a riveting exploration of the hidden truths within religious institutions, Pastor James E. Allen presents his thought-provoking book, “The Hypocrisy of The Church.” Pastor Allen exposes a critical issue plaguing congregations today with a narrative that sheds light on the painful consequences of hypocrisy.

Drawing from his extensive experience in leadership roles within the church spanning nearly four decades, Pastor Allen offers a perspective on the hypocrisy that often lurks beneath the surface in these important community centers. “The Hypocrisy of The Church” dives deep into Pastor Allen’s own experiences, which are often unsettling, but are also things that many readers will relate to. This includes the challenges he faced after becoming a father to a child outside of his marriage. This personal account serves as a stark reminder that even those in positions of authority, like the church, are not free from sin or the challenges that are driven by human nature.

The book delves into the etymology of the term “hypocrite,” tracing its origins to the Greek word “hypocrites,” which translates to “actor” or “stage performer.” This concept underlines the mask that many within the church wear, projecting an image of purity and perfection while concealing their inner struggles. By scrutinizing this hypocrisy, Pastor Allen aims to shed light on the alienation and disillusionment it engenders among congregants.

“Too often, individuals seeking solace and spiritual guidance are met with judgment and hypocrisy within religious communities,” Pastor Allen commented. “This book serves as a clarion call for the church to confront its own failings and create a more positive, honest, and constructive environment.”

Readers are introduced to a journey that challenges preconceived notions and encourages readers to look inside and to God for answers. Through “The Hypocrisy of The Church,” Pastor Allen advocates for a collective reckoning, urging the church to recognize its own flaws and forge a path toward healing and restoration.

Aimee Tustin, a reader from Indiana, remarked in a recent five-star review, “James Allen’s books are opening my eyes and giving me hope that my search will be satisfied! And that God is guiding the whole process!”

“The Hypocrisy of The Church” stands as call to action. It seems certain that Pastor Allen’s message will only continue to expand its reach.

For those seeking a deeper understanding of the inner workings of religious institutions and a path toward renewal, “The Hypocrisy of The Church” is now available for order at