Christians are taught by their leaders to believe certain ideas and behave in certain ways. They are also encouraged to read their Bibles. But they are conditioned to read the
Bible with the lens handed to them by the Christian tradition to which they belong. They are taught to obey their denomination
(or movement) and never to challenge what it teaches.
If the truth be told, Christians never seem to ask why we do what we do. Instead, they blithely carry
out their religious traditions without asking where they came from. Most Christians who claim to uphold the integrity of YAHUAH'S
Word have never sought to see if what they do every Sunday has any scriptural backing. How do we know this? Because if they
did, it would lead them to some very disturbing conclusions that would compel them by conscience to forever abandon what they
Strikingly, contemporary church thought and practice have been influenced far more by postbiblical historical
events than by the Messianic Writings (New Testament) imperatives and examples. Yet most Christians are not conscious of this
influence. Nor are they aware that it has created a slew of cherished, calcified, humanly devised traditions - all of which
are routinely passed off to them as "Christian."
A CHALLENGING INVITATION
We now invite you to walk with us on an untrodden path.
It is a terrifying journey where you will be forced to ask questions that probably have never entered your conscious thoughts.
Tough questions. Nagging questions. Even frightening questions. And you will be faced squarely with the
disturbing answers. Yet those answers will lead you face-to-face with some of the richest truths a Christian can discover.