Polls show that nearly two-thirds of Americans believe the Bible holds the answers to 'all or most of life's basic questions,' but pollster George Gallup has dubbed us 'a nation of biblical illiterates.'
Hewlett Harbor, New York (PRWEB) March 28, 2007
Clarity by Joseph Ehrlich proves that both Judaism and Christianity have denied generations specific truths and teachings that would pre-empt the Bible's distorted use as a vehicle of contention between those under monotheism.
These truths and teachings have to be recognized and accepted before there is even a remote chance that public school teaching of Bible will not again immediately ground argument and division between children and in and between families.
Mr. Ehrlich states, "Clarity dares to address exactly why Bible has been incorrectly taught to both Jews and Christians."
Once these mistakes are recognized, only then should courses in Bible be offered to children in the nation's public schools.
The book answers over 30 historically difficult questions. Some of the thirty plus questions confronted and answered by Clarity:
- Why is the Bible written in a manner requiring interpretation?
- How can leaders who go to Church and profess love of God, walk out of the Church and then push buttons or give orders that knowingly, if not deliberately, result in the deaths of innocents, including women and children?
- Why does China protect its children from pornography better than we do here in the USA?
- Why did George Bush, Jr. go it alone against Iraq?
- Why did Abraham not question God, when instructed to sacrifice his son, when he previously challenged God to protect his nephew, Lot, living in the city of Sodom?
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Clarity By Joseph Ehrlich should be available in upcoming weeks from Amazon, Barnes & Noble and other similar retailers. ISBN: 978-0-6151-4142-8 Library of Congress Control Number: 2007900751.
The Time Magazine cover story for April 2, 2007 expressed:
"Polls show that nearly two-thirds of Americans believe the Bible holds the answers to 'all or most of life's basic questions,' but pollster George Gallup has dubbed us 'a nation of biblical illiterates.'"
People want their children literate in connecting truths of the Bible to the realities confronting them today and tomorrow. Clarity By Joseph Ehrlich pulls the curtain to mysteries haunting those under monotheism for thousands of years. Once that curtain falls, Bible can be taught without fear of inciting hatred, division, and animosity among men.
Joseph Ehrlich, Author of Clarity