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Jumping to Conclusions - Reader Beware,
By A Customer
This review is from: The Templar Revelation: Secret Guardians of the True Identity of Christ (Paperback)
Personally, I'm not quite sure what to make of this book, other to say that the writers seem to have quite vivid imaginations.
My personal moto is that people tend to "smear what they fear," particularly what they do not understand, especially when the subject relates to Christ, His Life & Resurrection, which has been predicted by Moses, the Prophets, the Egyptians and the Greeks. Yet those whom lack spirituality and/or faith, tend to twist and turn certain religious events into misleading representations of their own rationalizations of disbelief, or hatred upon others. I'm actually rather curious, as to whether the authors themselves are not part of the underground occult they make mention of.
As the authors of this book, question the bible, I too question their writings, as well as the information of their so-called notable historians they mention, whose aim it seems is also to sway the audience into all sorts of trumped up masonic conclusions, which again seem notoriously geared towards making the reader question their belief in Christ and the mysteries of His Life. Therefore, before jumping to any new conclusions, anyone currently reading this book, ought to take good care as to how they sift through the imaginations of what the authors have written is actually concrete. For me it is another book casting shadows based on heresay and not via experience.
The answers of life's mysteries will come to those seekers whom are sincere in their quest and hearts.