Now, many months after the writing and publishing, the first and second books, the author listened to a Bart Ehrman interview on YouTube about his personal beliefs and another that came at the end of the Richard Harris (as the apostle John) movie, on Revelation, title unrecalled. According to Ehrman and probably the definition of scholars in general with their jargon, the author is an Apocalypticist. The author, a Lindamood-Bell reading comprehension teacher and clinician, who worked directly for Pat Lindamood (six months), for five years total while earning his engineering degree is sorry he waited until now, to write the books, as he is laughing and tickled. Very entertained.
Having been so entertained, he watched another video that could be renamed Looney Toons, parading the reading comprehension and logical skills among the Ivy League, as the characters of Warner Brothers the video featuring Loren Stuckenbruck, Princeton Theological Seminary, Dead Sea Scrolls Expert, and John Collins, Yale Divinity School and of course Dr. Ehrman, Moody Bible Institute, Wheaton (graduate) and Princeton Masters and Ph.D. then he was a Rutgers Instructor and now the James A Grey Chair Scholar (whatever) and Chairman of the Graduate Program at UNC. The author truly wishes he could be impressed. Not impressed with his own BSME Univ. of Kansas, based on others he engineered with at Boeing and even though most would not have the stamina and perseverance to earn one (BSME) and not impressed with anyone else’s diplomas either. It’s a piece of paper. Yeah you have to be smart to earn a BSME, and probably most doctorates, but it’s mostly about perseverance.
Loren Stuckenbruck, Princeton, Dead Sea Scrolls Expert, claimed there “Jesus’ expectations as a player and Apocalyptic thinker fall because his expectation of the kingdom of God never materialized.” UPROARIOUS LAUGHTER. Not yet! Read this author’s books Loren and get back to me on the math, OK? (take the balloon, “there’s no place like home, there’s no place like home.”) CAVEAT: Think twice, then three or four times, before paying for your child’s college education at Princeton. Ehrman came out of that seminary also, noted he has probably made millions of dollars on his 20,000,000 plus book sales. Doing better than Joel Osteen, I’d bet. Jesus: “What does it profit a man to gain the world and lose his own soul?” The author is humbly sitting in the Anthony (11 years old) Found It On The Curb Chair (thank you Anthony) and brought it and cleaned it up desk chair. Thank you very much Lord for Anthony and the love that brought me a better chair. Galatians 5: 6: “…. The only thing that counts is faith expressing itself through love.”
Next in the Video, Ivy League professor John Collins of Yale Divinity School, the Author of Scholar/Legend adds the Jews keep getting beat up creating a Consonant Dissonance, a very humorous idea for a people whose God chose them and asked if they agree to his law, they agreed, then they went straight for the idols and sexed it up with foreign women, where they’d been promised being thrown out of the land if they did these things and Moses teaching them the song (explained in the first book) laying all this out and commanding they teach it to their children generation after generation as God instructed Moses, telling him when he was gone the people would rebel against the Lord the song, “for a testimony against them.” Further in Leviticus 27 they were promised seven times the punishment if they went straight for their own way again, after diaspora. They did. He kept his promise. See this author’s first two books: Book 1: Misquoting Logic What Bart Ehrman Forgot To Tell You About The Coming Apocalypse And Your Place In It and Book 2: Misquoting Calculus What Isaac Newton Tried To Tell Bart Ehrman. Collins says on face value Jesus was an Apocalypticist. The author asks, “Have these wizards of higher education and alleged Ivy League, Bible experts even read the scriptures?”