Portrait of Cosmological History: Introduction to the Mysteries of the Kingdom of God Harold M Seamen

ISBN: 9781490578590

Published: February 15th 2014

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268 pages


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Portrait of Cosmological History: Introduction to the Mysteries of the Kingdom of God  by  Harold M Seamen

Portrait of Cosmological History: Introduction to the Mysteries of the Kingdom of God by Harold M Seamen
February 15th 2014 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, ZIP | 268 pages | ISBN: 9781490578590 | 7.48 Mb

Did Adam have a bellybutton? Does the Bible really insist that God made a clay statue of a man, put His mouth to its nose, and then blew air into it? An investigation into the spelling of Ancient Hebrew words used in the Creation Story will not onlyMoreDid Adam have a bellybutton? Does the Bible really insist that God made a clay statue of a man, put His mouth to its nose, and then blew air into it?

An investigation into the spelling of Ancient Hebrew words used in the Creation Story will not only reveal many things that have long been ignored by Christians and Jews, but will also dismiss or destroy many preconceived Judeo-Christian notions. In any language other than Ancient Hebrew, the Creation Story appears as a ridiculously naive, hopelessly silly, and utterly unbelievable, fairy tale. There are several valid reasons for this, however, and the eclectic Hebrew words of the Creation Story, along with the spelling of those words, can reveal to any interested soul the labor-intensive production and perfection of Gods Great Pleasure, which is Gods Great Vision and Masterpiece: Christ in us.

Centered around the recorded words of the Hebrew Creation Story, this book addresses many previously unanswered (or unsatisfactorily answered) questions about seemingly illogical recorded biblical events, such as how it came to be that God made the Sun and stars a day after He made fruit trees and green plants. Also, why did Jesus of Nazareth declare that the stars shall fall from the sky?

For, even as He already then knew, stars are millions of times more massive than the Earth. Each has its own destiny, and journeys along its own inertia and gravity enforced path. Many such mysteries are answered in this 3-part series.

Always remember too, dear hearts, that every pertinent Bible question, or mystery, has its own answer buried beneath the trees of Eden (that is, hidden in the passages of the Scriptures). In our journey through the biblically recorded historical events of SPACE-TIME, we, who will objectively inquire into the messages of what Christ calls the Fathers Hidden Manna, must also consider the possibility that death stalked our planet, even billions of years before Adam brought sin and death into the world.

And that brings forth another great mystery: If God indeed made dinosaurs, even many eons before He made man, why did He? What was the purpose of those giant beasts that roamed the ancient world? We must expect that they would have been very beneficial -- even paving the way for those creative steps following their extended rule over the Earth, because the Creator is both methodical and logical.

The answer to that mystery is revealed in Part I of this series of essays. Those are but a few of the many Mysteries of the Kingdom of God addressed in this book, which uses the Hebrew and Greek Scriptures to explore and explain many misperceptions and crazyisms that give birth to rigid, misinformed, and unscientific Christian Dark Ages kinds of creationist theories. Because translating languages involves interpretation of intent and insinuation from one tongue into another, we have become very familiar with this phrase: Lost in Translation.

All who speak, or have studied, several languages can readily understand the great difficulty encountered in translating ethnically, culturally, and environmentally derived words, phrases, and idioms, into another, even closely related, tongue- even from the Hebrew of Israel, into his brothers tongue- Arabic. For, languages and dialects are the distinctive reflections of the ethnic and cultural minds of those people who cultivate, speak, and continually modify them.

These essays do not at all support speed-reading. For, this document is neither a Bible reference book, nor a shallow novel. Reading these irreligious essays, you shall very soon come to understand not only why they are impossible to speed-read, but also what makes each and every one of them very controversial.

This book, the first of three volumes, is not for lazy souls. Rather, it is for those who long to behold, to explore, and to understand, the deepest, most profound, and previously unfathomable (and therefore, generally ignored), Mysteries of the Kingdom of G



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