A thing is either true or it is not true. There is no middle ground.
In 2012, after a ten year, rigorous search to find the clues that would break the centuries-old code for understanding the Old Testament Bible stories, I figured that such a code must exist, I finally hit pay dirt.
I have always strongly believed, that since the Old Testament of the Bible serves as the foundation for the New Testament, any misunderstanding of these ancient Hebrew texts would certainly affect the integrity of the New Testament.
Anyone who has ever watched the movie, “Back to the Future” or “It’s a Wonderful Life”, should know what I’m talking about. One little discombobulation in the past can make for catastrophic, differing results in the future. I figured the same reasoning must hold true for the Bible, and I was right. But how do you convince the world that the doctrine of the entire Christian religion, including the hundreds of denominational offshoots, have been jolted off center by an occurrence that took place 1,700 years ago?
Now, it isn’t as though this gigantic meteor is going to strike the earth, ending all life on the planet, and it’s up to me to convince the world of our impending doom, but it does feel a little like that. In 2012, after attempting to communicate my findings to over 1,750 Christian leaders in various denominational churches across the country, I learned that no matter how important you believe your message to be, people will rarely see it the way you do. I believe this is because all the knowledge and beliefs that we adopt have been handed down from those before us. And by the same token, everything they learned was taught to them by those before them. We all just pass things along to the next generation. So we naturally believe these learned beliefs to be true. But just imagine, what if that initial idea or belief was wrong? There’s no way that anyone could be expected to know that without further investigation.
It seems the same thing is true in my discovering a flaw in church doctrine that has been preached from the pulpits of American churches for the past 250 years. It’s only natural that those ministers and priests who are preaching those messages would want them to remain exactly as they are and protect them from being changed at all cost. At the very least, it illustrates how powerful the indoctrination is at the seminary level, in order to prevent the entire Christian consortium from at least peering over the edge of the abyss, to discover what may be revealed by opening themselves up to new possibilities.
But, for whatever reason, I am totally convinced that going forward, my best option for announcing my discovery is to go directly to the grass roots level, the church membership at large.
Amazingly, when this revised hypothesis is applied to the Old Testament, it answers 16 of the Bible’s most intriguing, unsolved mysteries from Adam to Christ, which the church has always had difficulty responding to. Now available FREE for a limited time, I am pleased to announce a newly completed, compressed course of study based on this new hypothesis. I believe you will agree that the Bible makes more sense than ever before.
I’m sure you will find this FREE Bible Study Course to be more intriguing than the Da Vinci Code . . . only true. You can sign up for my FREE Bible Study Course in the sidebar of this post.