Auburn, Alabama, United States
I recently had my second book published by Westbow, entitled "Seventy Weeks of Literal Days". It takes a novel view of Daniel's prophecy by applying weeks as literal calendar days, over the three prophetic time-periods to reveal the gospel of Jesus Christ. This interpretation is validated biblically from both the Old and New Testaments and plots the calendars of events on the Hebraic/biblical calendar.
The book was written to help Christians attain a biblical understanding of what the gospel of Jesus Christ truly is that they may apply it faithfully in their fear, glory and worship of God. This is a scriptural analysis of the end-times gospel that must be preached again before the world ends (Matt.24:14; Rev. 14:6-7). The book’s unique feature is that it is authenticated by the Law of Moses, the prophets and psalms as used by Jesus and his first disciples to preach the gospel (Luke 24:44; Acts 26:22). It also answers the popular question that many grapple with; i.e. What is the gospel?
My simple answer is: The gospel is a chronology of the foreordained works of God completed through his messengers (John the Baptist, the preparer of the way (Mal. 3:1; 4:5) and Jesus of Nazareth, the Messiah and messenger of the covenant (Mal. 3:1)) in the establishment of God’s kingdom in the hearts of his people, the Jews, to whom he first came; which timeline is revealed in the seventy weeks prophecy of Daniel (Dan. 9:24 – 27) when interpreted as literal days. Anyone, both Jew and gentile, who wishes to be included in God’s kingdom must believe and obey this gospel in fear of God.
I am an avid Bible reader and born-again Christian, with a passion for solving mathematical problems. This is why I found this prophecy to be an intrigue and a challenge. I have no formal training in theology, but I have been awarded a Doctorate in Civil (Environmental) Engineering.
Interests: Bible-study, Caribbean & Mediterranean cooking, the environment
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