The winner of wars always had the right to write history in their own voice and that voice might not have been the voice of our ancestors.
Midland, Texas (PRWEB) September 17, 2012
Could uncovered Biblical truths hold the keys to world peace? Biblical scholar Efren Gamboa believes it does, and he presents his research and theories about biblical history, the tribes of Israel and possible explanations of biblical predictions in his new book “’America’ Because I have loved you, I have made you rich! The inevitable truth of America, Bible prophecy and 666.”
Gamboa began his study of the Bible and its prophecies as a search for his own history. He began researching Bible history when he was on his “personal quest to find out my family tree.” He calls the book “a composite of all the events that took place in my family tree from the past to the present.”
In his research, Gamboa has found what he believes to be the location of the Lost Tribes of Israel. As he has delved further into study, he addresses questions about the world’s end in December 2012 and keys to world peace, based on the Bible.
“There is more to our lives and our past than one man’s point of view. The winner of wars always had the right to write history in their own voice and that voice might not have been the voice of our ancestors,” Gamboa says.
According to Gamboa, if people listen to the true voice of their ancestors and stop persecuting God’s people, world peace is possible. His book lays out a plan to achieve peace by listening to the words of God.
“’America’ Because I have loved you, I have made you rich! The inevitable truth of America, Bible prophecy and 666”
By Efren Gamboa
ISBN: 978-1-4643-0-1481(sc); 978-1-4634-0-1474 (hc); 978-1-4634-0-1467 (e)
Approximately 135 pages
Available at http://www.amazon.com and http://www.barnesandnoble.com.
About the author
Efren Gamboa currently lives in Midland, Texas, and travels widely around the United States. An ordained minister, he is originally from San Vicente, Mexico.