THE FORESHADOWING OF PART 2 IN PART 1
In this article drawn from the first book in a two part series, I provide an overview of what is discussed in PART 2 of Rebooting the Bible. This introduction was provided in PART 1. Obviously this illustrates that the two Parts of the story were known from the outset of the effort and are complementary. PART 2 IS NOW OUT! Readers are showing strong interest in the book. My thanks to you.
You should find this quick introduction helpful in deciding whether you want to get your copy of PART … Read More
Get ready for a Memorial Day Weekend Learning About How the Septuagint’s Chronology Alters the Timing and Meaning of the Grand Accounts of Genesis 1-11. And Why There Was a Pre-Adamic Race Evidenced by Archeology
The New Book Is Written – Rebooting the Bible, Part 2
Only waiting for a Foreword from a notable friend and creating the bibliography and an index. The book is 150K words, before creating those items which will add another 12-15K words. This is my magnum opus. I hope to have the book available on Amazon on or before May 25. For Prime members, you … Read More
I CONTINUE TO WORK DILIGENTLY. And I’m making steady progress toward completing the book. My goal is to have it in the market and available for purchase May 1.
I will continue to publish bits and pieces of what’s coming. For now, here is the Front Cover. Let me know what you think. It’s meant to complement RTB Part 1 and visually demonstrate that the content has been published in two parts and is vitally related.
If you haven’t purchased Rebooting the Bible, Part 1, Its now a good time to do so. Pay 12% off the retail price ($19.95 … Read More
This post includes a letter originating in the United Kingdom from a supportive evangelist there. It also includes the interview I did 3 days ago on the Rabbis corrupting the Tanakh circa 100 A.D., to reduce the number of Jews converting to Christianity and to create a new Greek Old Testament to replace the Septuagint in the synagogues throughout the diaspora as the second century A.D. was getting going.
The LXX plainly showed that Jesus fulfilled messianic prophecy and as Messiah, had a mission to bring the Gentiles into the people of God. Neither were ideas that the Pharisees-cum-rabbis wanted … Read More
Does the Septuagint provide confirmation or contradiction to Hebrew Old Testament history?
In writing REBOOTING THE BIBLE, some might suppose I am arguing that the Bible makes historical errors and therefore needs to be scrubbed of inaccuracies. That is the opposite of my message. In fact, the Septuagint is a witness that can correct any minor mistakes that have been made in the Masoretic text.
While this article doesn’t make note that the Septuagint fragments and manuscripts found in the Dead Sea Scrolls (DSS) usually favor the Septuagint’s version, mos differences in the LXX and the MT aren’t material with … Read More