The Message: Restoring Christianity

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Xlibris Corporation, Jan 25, 2016 - Religion - 332 pages
This book was written to reestablish the true principles of Christianity according to the teaching of Jesus Christ. It will explain how and why the Holy Bible became a book. It will also explain how a Christian should view this book. It will also show you how all these pseudo-Christian organizations came about. It will give you a brief history of the first stage of Gods plan, starting with Moses. Its purpose is to inform you how to view this book called the Holy Bible. According to the dictionary, a Christian should believe in Jesus as the Messiah and should base their religious beliefs on his teachings. A biblicist is an expert on the Bible or a person who interprets the Bible literally. The Christian community today is biblicist, not Christian, and are actively spreading their form of Christianity all over the world. The Message, restoring Christianity, is designed to narrowing Christian beliefs to the teachings of Jesus. If all churches would follow this simple rule, there would be no Jehovahs witnesses, Baptists, Mormons, or any other biblicist sect; there would only be one church following the teachings of Jesus. If you view the Bible correctly, it cant confuse you. The Bible should be broken down into five separate sections. The first is the Old Testament; this is the Jewish Bible. The second sections are the Gospels, Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John. This is the only place you will find the teachings of Jesus. The third section is a book called Acts and it describes what happened to some of the apostles after the death of Christ. The fourth sections are letters mostly written by a man named Paul. And the last section or fifth section is a book called Revelations, which describes the end of the world. If the Bible is viewed like this, then it can misguide you religiously. I hope you find it interesting and informative.
 

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Contents

Introduction
Is The Bible The Word Of
The First Book Of The Gospels
The Book Of Mark
The Third Book Of The Gospels
The Forth Book Of The Gospel
What Makes The Holy Bible The Antichrist?
What Is Known About The Shroud
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About the author (2016)

While growing up, I had attended many different religious organizations, all seemingly different from each other. The last organized religion I attended was the Mormon Church. Preparing to go to the temple and be married and sealed to a woman for time and eternity, I had a religious experience that altered my feelings about the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. I began to methodically write down every word of the New Testament and came to a conclusion that no church that I belonged to in the past reflected the teachings of Jesus Christ. So I opened up the dictionary and read the two definitions of Christian and biblicist and understood why organized religions were so different from one another. With all the literature in the Holy Bible, it’s easy to take what you want from it and create your own church with your own unique beliefs. Eventually I decided to just write down what Christ was preaching. However, I had to do a lot of research about American history to determine where all these churches came from. I discovered that our founding fathers, many of which were Masons, created a constitution that gave us freedom of religion. This protected them from the power of the Catholic Church in Europe. And because of that constitutional right, it opened the door to every group of people that wished to start their own church and religious beliefs that they obtained from the Bible. It created what historians refer to as the great evangelistic period in the 1800s. So that’s why this book was created; it finally restores the teachings of our beloved Savior Jesus the Christ that was taught two thousand years ago.

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