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Immaculate Assumptions
All the Stuff You Heard About the Bible That Isn't True
by Cornelia Scott Cree View author's profile page

Overview


After Bible and prayers were removed from US schools @ 184 million American children learned virtually nothing about God, the Bible, or the role of religion in American history. They are not anti-theists or atheists; they just want information about the all-important lost subject What God Said. Since they identify their religion as “none” - they are called “nones” in the publishing world. Most are Millennials and they are largest voting group in the USA. Our future is their future.

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In a society increasingly ruled by secular humanism the notion that the unseen, unable-to be-seen-spirit world rules the natural seems almost quaint since the pandering Media place emotion above ideas. But modern men and women want truth not emotion. Emotion urges us to react; but we need first to act on the basis of truth. This book does the radical thing; it accepts the Holy Bible as truth whether we understand it or not.

This book is not about religion; religion is the day-to-day practice of faith. Here we expose the assumptions we have about faith and practice which keep us from learning and realizing truth in our daily lives. More than anything else, God makes sense and we need to know what He knows.

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About the author


Cornelia Scott Cree, for the past 48 years, was a missionary studying the Bible especially in the original Greek, plus Latin for vocabulary and etymology, French, and Chinese; she wrote her Master’s degree thesis on theological sign language and finished one-half her doctorate. She had a private school classical education, attended Smith College and other schools as well.

"When I realized that the Bible was God speaking, and that He had kept His words truthful and untainted for 4,000 years, I decided to investigate what He said, and only if human beings agreed was it worth believing. So my books are not about church or what man says, but what God says about reality in this life and beyond the grave."

She also has an unusual work history, as a print journalist for a scientific, business and tech newspaper, as a wallpaper hanger and many years working with inmates and victims. She has three grown children, three grandchildren, and one great granddaughter. Except for those years spent in the foreign mission fields of China and the Philippines, in Texas and her youth in the Eastern USA she lived most of her adult life in North Carolina.

Waynesville, North Carolina 2017 桃李

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Book details

Genre:RELIGION

Subgenre:Biblical Criticism & Interpretation / General

Language:English

Pages:64

eBook ISBN:9781543904307


Overview


After Bible and prayers were removed from US schools @ 184 million American children learned virtually nothing about God, the Bible, or the role of religion in American history. They are not anti-theists or atheists; they just want information about the all-important lost subject What God Said. Since they identify their religion as “none” - they are called “nones” in the publishing world. Most are Millennials and they are largest voting group in the USA. Our future is their future.

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Description


In a society increasingly ruled by secular humanism the notion that the unseen, unable-to be-seen-spirit world rules the natural seems almost quaint since the pandering Media place emotion above ideas. But modern men and women want truth not emotion. Emotion urges us to react; but we need first to act on the basis of truth. This book does the radical thing; it accepts the Holy Bible as truth whether we understand it or not.

This book is not about religion; religion is the day-to-day practice of faith. Here we expose the assumptions we have about faith and practice which keep us from learning and realizing truth in our daily lives. More than anything else, God makes sense and we need to know what He knows.

Read more

About the author


Cornelia Scott Cree, for the past 48 years, was a missionary studying the Bible especially in the original Greek, plus Latin for vocabulary and etymology, French, and Chinese; she wrote her Master’s degree thesis on theological sign language and finished one-half her doctorate. She had a private school classical education, attended Smith College and other schools as well.

"When I realized that the Bible was God speaking, and that He had kept His words truthful and untainted for 4,000 years, I decided to investigate what He said, and only if human beings agreed was it worth believing. So my books are not about church or what man says, but what God says about reality in this life and beyond the grave."

She also has an unusual work history, as a print journalist for a scientific, business and tech newspaper, as a wallpaper hanger and many years working with inmates and victims. She has three grown children, three grandchildren, and one great granddaughter. Except for those years spent in the foreign mission fields of China and the Philippines, in Texas and her youth in the Eastern USA she lived most of her adult life in North Carolina.

Waynesville, North Carolina 2017 桃李

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