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- Religion, Christian Theology, Eschatology
- Religion, Christian Theology, Christology
- Religion, Biblical Studies, Prophecy
eschatology, Christology, millennium, Christianity, Judaism, faith, prophecy
Who Jesus Is
The Seed of Abraham is Christ the Church
This bible study is written for a educational, research and scholarly purpose to inform the public for the public’s good.
The text is sparingly illustrated with relevant images from public domain. The project has a limited non-profit use and is offered to the reader at little or no cost. The E-book version will be free or at a minimal cost, subsidized partly by the paper back edition.
THE OVERALL PURPOSE IS THE GET THE MATERIAL OUT TO ALL WHO ARE THE LEAST INTERESTED IN "WHO JESUS REALLY WAS AND IS" AND WHAT THE NEW TESTAMENT IN FACT IS SAYING ABOUT IT. ENJOY YOUR READ!
"Who Jesus is" is J.E.Gulbrandsen's second book. It is written to give the "bigger picture" of what the New Testament in fact teaches about the Son of God. All of it.
His first book "Jesus delayed" deals with the topic of the tribulation and the return of Christ. Not everything is what you have been told it is. It takes guts to face the the religious establishment and their "cemented" views. But the truth set's free!!!
Mr. Gulbrandsen has a lifetime of experience from the business world as co-founder of a major corporation and now as a real estate developer. He lives in Victoria, BC, Canada with his wife Beverly of 40+ years. Together they have five adult children and many grand children.
Mr. Gulbransen can be reached by email at email@example.com
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