I was born in Memphis, Tennessee February 24, 1935. I am the fourth child of five and the second son. I was educated in the Memphis school system and graduated from high school in Cleveland Ohio. I entered the army during the Korean War, May 1953. I served seven years in Europe and Two tours in Vietnam. I retired from the Military July 1, 1979. I started college after I retired from the military.
I have two associate degrees one in building and another in Industrial Engineering. I also have some training in computer information systems.
Christ is the most controversial figure in history, and he professed to know two things. The first is, the scripture state he needed not that any should testify of man: for he knew all men (Jo. 2:24-25). The other statement he made to the Jews about God saying, Yet ye haven not known him: but I know him: and if I should say, I know him not, I shall be a liar like unto you: but I know him, and keep his saying (Jo 8:55). These are profound statements, and I desired to know as much as possible about both.
I began to study the scripture seriously in 1970. I have studied the scripture diligently for thirty years. I deliberately avoided all influences from all established denominations. I wanted to see what the scripture would reveal to me without outside influences from other quarters. Most Christians and ministers carry too much excess baggage. Some will corrupt the scripture for personal motives, some for money, some out of misplaced patriotism others are committed to their church or domination etc. I wanted to avoid being influenced by these ulterior motives and those who harbor them. I have been exposed to many churches; ministers and doctrines but I refuse to let them influence my perception of the scripture.
I started out with no other motive other than to read the complete scripture from Genesis to Revelation. The scripture state that the seed if the word of God. My first objective was to plant the seed and see what it would produce. I wanted to establish a background in scripture so that I could compare what ministers and others was conveying to me about the word in hope that I would better understand people and the will of God. As I studied I began to see things that are never discussed. I began to obtain some insight into the scripture that is contrary to established teachings. I was drawn to some parts of the scripture that is traditional ignored. I continued to study the scripture for over thirty years and I finally came to a conclusion about the complete theme of the scripture.
I am not promoting any domination or trying to establish a new type of church. My objective is to present the material as objectively as Possible and let the readers evaluate the contents for them selves. I have used the scripture extensively, because I believe the scripture proves itself. I also included scripture to prevent the reader from having to research the scripture while reading the book. It is difficult enough for some people to read one book why burden them with the added responsibility of truing to read two at the same time.