In the late '90's standard church wasn't doing it for us either. We managed to disentangle ourselves from the philosophies of men that cluttered up His Word and discovered that the whole Bible (including the Law with its life-giving discipleship methods) was for all believers. We couldn't find any help framing our discoveries in a whole Bible way, so we wrote some books to help others looking for biblical truth.
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Starting with the Garden and using about 1,500 references from every book in the Bible, we show the continuity and unity of God's message addressed to His one body through all time periods. There is an absence of the Church in Scripture, which means churches have zero authority to appoint themselves gatekeepers to the Kingdom. Modern Nicolaitans are identified whom ignore the New Covenant, resulting in only one in ten Christians believing the Bible as absolute truth and ultimately church and culture rot. We share the solution recommended by Jesus that Bruce calls the Believer's Diet.
The author's controversial views on the Law and the New Covenant have brought many to a fresh understanding of the Bible and renewed relationship with Jesus apart from the church, "re-imagined" or otherwise. "Thanks so much for helping me along in my spiritual growth and of the understanding of God's way" said Maria from Canada. Dr. Walter C. Kaiser, Jr. former president, currently professor at Gordon-Conwell Seminary says, "I commend it for all who want to have an enjoyable time thinking through what the Word of God has to say on a multitude of everyday topics."
About 30 years after the ascension of Jesus, Paul warns the Ephesian elders in Acts 20:29–30 ESV: “I know that after my departure fierce wolves will come in among you, not sparing the flock; and from among your own selves will arise men speaking twisted things, to draw away the disciples after them.” About 30 years after this Jesus warned the Ephesians about Nicolaitans and said He "hates their works." Are the Nicolaitans, and the wolves speaking twisted things in Paul's warning, the same? Did the Ephesians manage to get rid of the Nicolaitans, or have they spread throughout the church and are still present today under different names? Does it matter today?
Hypocrites are variously defined in the Word as "men
of falsehood," "dissemblers" and "vain persons" (Psalm 26:4 ESV and
AV), "godless" (Job 36:13, Proverbs 11:9 and others, ESV), "evil
doer" (Isaiah 9:17 ESV and AV), and "profane mockers" in Psalm 35:16
ESV. Not a great group in which to be included. Jesus had a lot to
say about hypocrites recorded for us in various places, and He
applied Isaiah 29:13 in Mark 7:6 ESV to them. "This people honors me
with their lips, but their hearts are far from me; in vain do they
worship me, teaching as doctrines the commandments of men." We can
see that there is not much difference between the doctrines of all
false teachers; just a difference in looks. Different wool clothing,
if you will.
This book is not for everyone. There are no ear-tickling newspaper headlines. It doesn't support The Church. It doesn't reassure people that they can keep doing whatever is right in their own eyes, ignoring God's Law, and they won't have to suffer. Whole Bible Prophecy is for real believers: those who genuinely and with a whole heart want to actually do what God instructs. It is for strengthening faith and helping believers build their houses on The Rock of God's Word. Mere churchgoers and those who desperately cling to the philosophies of men which have created the structure of a Church not in the Bible, do yourselves a favor and do not buy Whole Bible Prophecy. You'll only enrage yourself as your house of cards is blown away, your wool suits rot and fall off, and your nakedness is exposed. Whole Bible prophecy melds, blends, and weaves all of the words God has given us into a complete picture of what He wants from everyone, what happens when we don't give it to Him, and what will happen if we continue to reject Him.