Are You Lied to about the Bible?

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AuthorHouse, 2003 - 332 páginas
Like in his first book Christian Bible scholar Leif Werner addresses controversial Biblical issues in this his second thought-provoking work "Are You Lied To About The Bible" volume 2 (Published by Authorhouse). He sheds light on additional controversial topics in the Scriptures in this book. While many of the themes pertain to the end times this book like his first one is not alarmist in tone. Instead it helps readers gain a deeper understanding of the Bible and better discernment especially in terms of separating truths from lies. "I hope this book like my first one shall help readers in learning the truth and live with peace of mind" Werner says. "I am not here to scare anyone but rather to reveal the truth for the reader. Truth will set you free from lies and confusion." "Are You Lied To About The Bible" volume 2 is like volume 1 a treasure trove of fascinating insights and revelations. It will appeal to students of the Bible and religion, history buffs and anyone interested in the most pressing religious issues of today. Beginning of knowledge and wisdom starts with the love for investigating the Biblical Scriptures which is God's letter to us. This book clarifies issues such as if Christ is written about in the Old Testament, who participate in the Battles of Armageddon and Hamon-gog and where and when will they take place, a summery of what the Bible is about, what really "born again" means, Capital Punishment, law versus grace, famine in the end times, tithing and usury, the millennium and much more.

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Leif Werner was born and raised in Sweden and now lives in the United States. He graduated from the National Technical College in Civil Engineering, as well as from the Institute of Environmental Medicine, Division of Toxicology. These are the world renowned research laboratories of the Karolinska Institutet in Sweden. The Institute's faculty members determine the Nobel Prize for Physiology and Medicine every year. Werner?s profound scholarly knowledge of the Bible comes from many years of study and, with a growing commitment to the study of Biblical Scriptures, he has studied with some of the world?s leading Bible scholars. He has worked for the Swedish Government in leading position with public and environmental health and in the Middle East for the United Nations. He has written two Biblical scholarship books. Werner is married to artist and professor of art education Leah Reuben Werner, and has two children.

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