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Introduction

The Holy Bible Quadrilogy?!?

Adding the Next Testament to the Old and New Testaments created a perfect storm, a Holy Bible Trilogy. In print and in film, trilogies have been raised as standard-bearers of epic- nay, Biblical- creative endeavors. Though conceived as a single voluminous work, J.R.R. Tolkein’s The Lord of the Rings, was …

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Our Inalienable Right to Copyright!

What copyrights am I claiming on the enclosed (admittedly reprinted) works found in The Holy Bible Trilogy’s The Crusadic Testament if I am not the translator of note? The works of translators Dana Carleton Munro, August C. Krey, and Frank T. Marzials have fallen into the public-domain, and James Brundage …

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Chapter and Verse = Quotability

For the modern Christian watching their favorite televangelist on Sunday mornings, the Bible being divided into chapters and verses is a Godsend. How else would they find the scriptures the televangelist is preaching about? How could football fans, seeing John 3:16 posters, know that God so loved the world, that …

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One-Man Council of Nicaea

Many of my critics will accuse me of having delusions of grandeur for believing I am “God-breathed”, but how will they criticize my arrogance for being essentially a one-man Council of Nicaea? Biblical scholars have asserted that the New Testament found in modern Bibles had been determined within decades of …

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The Canon Demands To Be Reopened

To the early Church Fathers, and most of Christianity in the millennia since, there are fourfold prerequisites required for a work to be God-breathed Scripture: it must be written by a Jew, (or proto-Christian); it must be written by an eyewitness to the events detailed in the work; it must …

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Millennium Introduction

One of the most celebrated hindrances to radical preterism is the fact that the revelation of the new heavens and the new earth did not occur in AD 70. While we can assert that every other apocalyptic prophecy was fulfilled by the destruction of the Temple in Jerusalem by the …

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Parousia Introduction

The fulfillment of prophecies the Little Apocalypse and the Book of Revelation have  been impatiently awaited by Christians for the past two… hundred years. Surprised? Shocked? Horrified? “This futuristic interpretation with its personal Antichrist and three and a half year period of tribulation did not take root in the Protestant …

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Beasts Introduction

I. The identity of The Beast of Revelation have been hotly contested over the centuries. Every despot in the Judeo-Christian world has been accused of being either Antichrist or the beast of the earth himself. Not even the Popes have escaped accusation; the nearly-divine are often seen as despots to …

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Jerusalem Introduction

Many critics of the New Testament, in their dismissal of the Olivet Discourse (the little Apocalypse) of Matthew 24, will argue Vaticinium ex eventu (“Prophecy after the event”). This argument postulates that the Gospels were actually written after the destruction of Jerusalem in AD 70 and this “prophecy” by Jesus …

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