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A powerful treatise that attempts to substantiate the truth of Christ’s visitation and origin.
New York, NY (PRWEB) February 23, 2013
On December 21, 2012, the world seemed to stand still, anticipating the fulfillment of the Mayan apocalypse—a prediction that created a hullaballoo, and tested every believer’s faith in God. The truth is yet to unfold, and the wisdom of the Holy Bible is still waiting to be embraced by all of humanity. The journey through spiritual awakening must begin, but people should uncover the truth. How? Author Eli of Kittim helps everyone as he offers enlightenment and wisdom to all his readers in his newly published book, The Little Book of Revelation.
This book is the culmination of what the author knows about the scripture, a product of many years of research and hard work, The Little Book of Revelation is a lifetime’s work. It’s a fascinating study in search of the real Jesus. The author concludes that scripture is essentially a collection of prophecies, not a record of past events. Jesus does not say "Blessed is he who heeds the words of the history of this book," but rather "Blessed is he who heeds the words of the prophecy of this book." Thus, the current tenets of Christianity with regard to the origin and advent of Jesus are based on fundamental misconceptions. The book’s argument is that Christ's visitation has not yet occurred in the world of time, since it is a future event, and that his origin will be derived from the Greeks, not the Jews, when he does appear.
The author solves this paradox by employing a simple decoding process that essentially allows scripture to interpret itself. The evidence pointing to these conclusions is predicated on sound biblical scholarship and research. These two premises reflect the results drawn from an extensive comparative analysis of the scriptural material. Where non-biblical sources are concerned, such as the prophecies of the famed seer Nostradamus or the Dead Sea Scrolls, these will be employed for the purpose of conveying a consensus of the uniformity of thought among all of the discussed figures and spiritual traditions. Knowledge and wisdom await everyone in between the covers of this revealing treatise.
In The Little Book of Revelation, the author has written an illuminating book that will inspire the readers to endeavor to search and verify for themselves prior to passing premature judgment upon these views. It encourages them to examine “the Scriptures” in order to ascertain whether current teachings are consistent with them. It will empower them to be better prepared for what is about to come: events of epic proportions that will soon shake the world to its very core.
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About the Author
Eli of Kittim is a published author and an expert on Biblical Eschatology.
The Little Book of Revelation * by Eli of Kittim
The First Coming of Jesus at the End of Days
Publication Date: February 15, 2013
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