In the Beginning by Sami M. El-Soudani
Hijacking of the Religion of God

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"Although many of his ideas aren’t new—readers of progressive theologians like Bart Ehrman will be familiar with many of the arguments against Christ’s divinity and the inaccuracy of the Gospels—his provocative opinions are compelling for their mixture of aggressiveness and restraint."
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This Book presents a uniquely critical and candid outlook on religion documenting the last three thousand years of religious history showing how hijackings of all three religious persuasions: Judaism, Christianity and Islam led to all three religions being exploited and manipulated over the entire course of their history. Our book shows that men who practiced hijacking long before they had wings have been quite busy for the last three thousand years engaged in the lucrative business of hijacking the religion of God. No irony intended in calling it a business and indeed a lucrative one, because it brings the hijackers power, enormous wealth, and often glory, all of which in the sight of God translate, respectively into arrogance, greed, and infamy. Sadly enough all three religious persuasions, Judaism, Christianity and Islam, without exceptions suffered the dire consequences of such heinous infractions angering God. Volume 1 – Judaism presents two hijackings of Judaism: the first hijacking upon worship of the golden calve lasting several centuries, followed by a second hijacking in modern times with Judaism currently being hijacked by Zionism. Volume 2 – Christianity also documents two hijackings of Christianity with the first executed by Saint Paul as he morphed Jesus into the Son of God then replaced him with Paul-invented “Mythical Christ.” This was followed by a second hijacking of Christianity with the Roman pagan Emperor Constantine ordering 300 Christian bishops to a Conference in Nicaea to “define their god” by launching a debate and actually voting on the invention of the “Trinity God: The Father, The Son, and The Holy Spirit” on May 20th, 325 C.E. In Volume 3 – Islam, the reader will explore the Seven Operating Principles of Islam with respect to each of which attempts at hijacking Islam have been made both during early Islam, and in modern times.
 

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Published January 15, 2010 by Xlibris US. 247 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality.
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"Although many of his ideas aren’t new—readers of progressive theologians like Bart Ehrman will be familiar with many of the arguments against Christ’s divinity and the inaccuracy of the Gospels—his provocative opinions are compelling for their mixture of aggressiveness and restraint."

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