ANNOUNCING: REBOOTING THE BIBLE, PART 2, IS NOW AVAILABLE ON AMAZON.
FINALLY, the book is published and available. For now, it’s the printed version only (Kindle is about one month, in time for the 4th of July). The format is 8.5″ by 11″. I had to make the difficult decision to go with a larger format. The reason, there are over 90 photographs and charts, many with tiny details you’ll want to see. This would only be plain to see in the larger format. (I’ll eventually have to redo RTB-Part 1 to the same size format, when I do an … Read More
This article is drawn from my new book, Rebooting the Bible, Part 2. This is cut from the Introduction and simplified a bit to focus just on the issue of why historical truth matters even in the first eleven chapters of Genesis, which is often the most likely section of Scripture to be labeled “myth.”
The revised date for the book being available is now Memorial Day weekend. May 23-25. Only the last chapter, indexes, and a couple of small appendices are left to complete. If you haven’t read Rebooting the Bible, Part 1, I do encourage you to get
Here is the beginning of the opening chapter of Rebooting the Bible, Part 2. I am still striving to have the book finished by May 1. It looks like it won’t be available until about May 15 or so. Between now and then, I will begin sharing some of the new book to give you insight into where its going. I hope this meets with your approval and generates interest. Do let me know! You can respond on my Facebook page or by emailing me at email@example.com. Blessings during this crazy time in which we live.
THE TRUTH WILL STOP YOU IN YOUR TRACKS. Protestant Christians in England and America must awaken to the truth about our Bible. The following article summarizes many of the things I’ve said in my books. It is the most important thing you’ll read this weekend… maybe this whole year.
Russian Bibles Are Very Different from American Ones. Here’s Why
Many people are surprised to find out that there are significant differences between Bibles in Russia, and most Bibles in America. Most English Bibles contain 66 books, while Russian Bibles traditionally contain more than 70.