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Not sure why your website is so hard to get into…. Guess if Jesus was persecuted so would a true follower be…
I’ve completed an in depth study of Jesus in the Dead Sea Scrolls and it presents a step between the Old Testament and New that makes the transition much easier. Sort of like your work. Have you attempted to share this with Catholics and Evangelicals? Stubenville University (Scott Hahn) comes to mind.
It sounds like your a little cramped inside the box of one denomination. Search the world over, send your research to the Pope. Go for it…. this is it man! You’ve done it. I’m buying your books…. Congratulations. I very much enjoy the Greek NT and am now more than confident I can read it with all clarity thanks to you.
My research into the Dead Sea sect called the Essenes lead me to find out Jesus, John the Baptist, Zechariah and Mary wrote their prayers and praises almost exact parallel with prayers and praise in the DS Scrolls. This led to discovering how the Essene family of Jesus kept their identity hidden to prevent further political unessential blood shed. It became apparent (by Ten Clues) that Joseph the Father of Jesus was also Barnabas and Joseph of Arimathea (ie, the Epistle of Barnabas and Matthew should be close in your ABB’ research). Also, John Mark is the same person as John the Apostle (Papias was given the hidden identity of John only to protect the Christians in Alexandria from persecution of the second branch of Essenes in Egypt serving the Hebrew Temple of Leontopolis). Anyway, I noticed your research on John, 1 John and Revelation were all similar to Mark (I believe these were all written by the same person.
Greetings, I’m hoping Google will now lift their warning from my site as I have now had it totally rebuilt with up-to-date software and security. Thank you for all that you say. I’ll give the things some thought over the Christmas period, for which my very best wishes.
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