Friday, August 23, 2013

Book Cover & Blurb: The Window to the Truth of the Bible

window to the truth
Newly Released The Window to the Truth of the Bible Explores Contradiction, Mythology and Other Facts The Bible Doesn't Tell
What's the real truth about Hell? Are there errors in The Bible? The Window to the Truth of the Bible picks up where The Bible leaves off.
Soldotna, AK – Do the books of The Bible really tell it all? Author Erma M. Ressol explores difficult and rarely discussed facts and myths The Bible doesn't address in her new book The Window to the Truth of the Bible.
Readers interested in the unexplored aspects of religion and The Bible will find Ressol's discussion of the contradictions and errors in the good book fascinating. In addition to Christian themes, The Window to the Truth of the Bible delves into ancient common mythology and other religions that existed before and during Jesus' lifetime. Other topics discussed in the book include a number of topics not discussed in church or The Bible:
• The origin of the doctrine of Hell from the history of the trinity starting in AD 325
• Where the English word Hell came from
• Creeds and dogma written by the early Catholic Church's fathers
• What the ancient Hebrews and Mesopotamians believed about Sheol and life after death
• Rumors from the 1st to 4th centuries AD about who the father of Jesus was
• David did not kill Goliath the giant
About the book:
The Window to the Truth of the Bible by Erma M. Ressol
ISBN: 978-1-4787-1829-1
Publisher: Outskirts Press
Date of publish: April 2013
Pages: 478
S.R.P.: $21.95
About the author:
Erma M. Ressol lives with her husband in a small town in Alaska. She is the mother of three adult children and has seven grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. She was a nurse for 30 years, a professional seamstress and ran a childcare business in her home. She is an avid reader. Her lifetime hobby has been reading and studying ancient religions and their cultures. She has written stories for her children for years and comical stories for family and friends but had never published them, until now.

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