The Bible is the Word of God; unfortunately many have forgotten this. The Bible contains prophecies of cataclysmic events like 2004’s Asian Tsunami and last year’s Iranian earthquake, and people need to study it more closely to understand God’s plan for our personal salvation.
Cairo, Egypt (PRWEB) February 2, 2006
Egyptian businessman Galal Doss officially offers $64,000 to any individual who can prove the Bible shows that Christ or any one of his disciples sanctioned the transfer of the holy Sabbath from Saturday to Sunday. Mr Doss is determined to show the world that major religious figures, including many Popes of Rome, have been misleading their followers, and hopes this initiative will encourage Christians to challenge received wisdom on the subject.
“God’s fourth commandment explicitly tells all humans to keep the seventh day of the week holy,” says Mr Doss. “It’s well known that Christ rose from the dead on the first day of the week (hence Easter Sunday), which means Saturday must be the seventh day, and should be honoured and respected as the Sabbath.”
But this is not Mr Doss’ only concern: he believes we all need to pay closer attention to the Bible’s prophecies as we enter a period of unprecedented disquiet on a global scale.
“The Bible is the Word of God; unfortunately many have forgotten this. The Bible contains prophecies of cataclysmic events like 2004’s Asian Tsunami and last year’s Iranian earthquake, and people need to study it more closely to understand God’s plan for our personal salvation.”
Mr Doss has written an article (http://www.worldslastchance.com/en/index.html ) in which he gives examples of fulfilled Bible prophecies (http://www.worldslastchance.com/en/fulfilled_bible_prophecies.html), explains how ‘religious leaders’ should not be entrusted with speculating over the meaning of the Book of Revelation (http://www.worldslastchance.com/en/revelation_14_luke.html). He asserts that the Bible is its own infallible interpreter (http://www.worldslastchance.com/en/identifying_the_beast.html ). The World’s Last Chance article also provides guidance on how humans can cope with the coming global crisis with confidence and trust (http://www.worldslastchance.com/en/2_Corinthians.html). Mr Doss is encouraging individuals of all faiths to engage in discussion with him through his website’s forum (http://www.worldslastchance.com/forum/index.php)
All those who would like to challenge Mr Doss on the subject of the Sabbath and stand a chance of winning $64,000 are encouraged to provide their evidence here: http://www.worldslastchance.com/competition.html
Mr Doss is also offering two prizes of $500 each to contributors of the best articles on the following subjects:
1.Why should the Sabbath be kept on Saturday and not on Sunday?
2.Why do so many people now consider Sunday the Sabbath?
Entries to this second competition can be made through the World’s Last Chance contact form (http://www.worldslastchance.com/contact.html) and should include one of the above questions as the subject line. Each article should be no more than 1000 words, and entries are restricted to one per title per person. Articles can be submitted in following languages: English, German, French, Spanish, Brazilian Portuguese, and Arabic.
Winners of all three competitions will be announced on May 2nd , 2006.