Introduction - That Can't Be In The Bible began in Big Woods, Louisiana, the center of the Bible Belt, where I lived with my elderly father and stepmother.
My stepmother's first two husbands had been Southern Baptist preachers before they died. They were college trained clergymen who left an awesome library in her house of biblical literature and homiletic books (sermon guidelines).
To pass the time away and break the monotony of my serene country life, I began reading through their books. The more I read, the more I began to notice blatant similarities between what was in the bible and what had actually happened in American history, during its darkest days. I was intrigued by what I read and curious to know if anyone else had ever noticed these similarities.
To my knowledge, I had never heard anyone talk about the bible being a negative influence on America history, so I instinctively assumed that there was something mystique about the scriptures that few people were aware of. I began a quest to learn everything that I possibly could about the bible.
I became obsessed with the idea and compelled to get to the root of the matter and find out once and for all, what was in the scriptures, and why? Now after studying the bible intensively for ten years with an open mind, I can clearly understand why it is in the best interest of the church, and our own American Government to keep its contents unquestionably obscure, to conceal the similarities that I had discovered.
Our American heritage was piece milled together according to what our Protestant and Catholic forefathers read in the bible. The scriptures found in the Authorized King James Version Of The Bible (especially) are the basis for our civil law and order and our moral values (though today it's hard to tell).
The oppression of women, slavery and even the atrocities committed against the Native American Indians can all be attributed to passages neatly tucked away in the scriptures, and that's not all.
Americans have used these obscure passages in the bible to justify their crimes against humanity through out our America history but today, history is being rewritten and glossed over to conceal their acts of injustice. In fact, the bible itself has been revised at least five different times since the American Civil War ended in 1865, when the slaves were set free. However; it took another one-hundred years before their offspring were granted their "Equal Rights" or, not until 1965.
That alone is a prime example in itself of the powerful influence that the scriptures have had on those who govern and control.
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