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Vendor: WestBow Press
Publication Date: 2015
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In the beginning there was no religion. Noah had no religion, no Bible, no Ten Commandments, no church, yet he was the only righteous man on earth before God flooded the world. At the end of days of linear time, in the new heaven and new earth of eternity, there is no religion, no Bible, no temple. God and Jesus are the temple of eternity and only the righteous will dwell with them.
Between the Great Flood and the future coming of the new heaven and new earth, man has created thousands of religions and sects in the vain attempt to appease God.
Much of what is preached in church today is a far cry from the true meaning of scripture. Attending church has become an entertaining social gathering rather than the original intention, edification of the word of God his Holy Bible.
This book ties together scripture for a common sense understanding of Gods words in the Holy Bible. Exposing false interpretations of religion verse manipulated dogma. Supportive verses from the King James Holy Bible are inclusive for verification.
Here is some of what you will learn;
-The exact day of the Rapture.
-Peter was not the first Pope.
-Jesus eight woes against religion.
-The book of Revelation demystified.
-Easter is an ancient pagan holiday.
-Do you really need water baptism?
-The exact date of the crucifixion of Jesus.
-Righteous judgment of your neighbor.
-The final prophet, Jesus.
-Dead saints and Christians are not in heaven.
-Saints do not perform miracles.
-7 essential Christian requirements.
-What is the book of life? Is your name on the roster?