NEWS – 9th April 2018
A page for buying the book titles as PDFs has been set up.
This is done by making use of PAYPAL and email.
NEWS – 7th April 2018
My YouTube video that explains the mistranslation of "ordained to eternal life" (KJV) of Acts 13:48 was countered by a video I only became aware of today. In this counter video the author thought the conjugation of the Greek verb TASSÓ as TETAGMENOI (as found in Acts 13:48) was in fact another word/verb. So to help him I have made a page showing the range of conjugation of Greek verbs. The example is from Wenham's classic work and is about the verb LUÓ: how only by keeping the core stem "LU" all that conjugation occurs. It is the same thing with the verb TASSÓ since only the "TA" is used as the stem.
NEWS – 22nd February 2018
This explains that all men, without exception, begin life with a spirit. This spirit life is not complete in being, since God is mentioned as in a process of forming the spirit of man within him (Zechariah 12:1), but when whole, after a period of synergism, the spirit is birthed: as Jesus mentioned to Nicodemus in regards to birth of a spirit.
This truth extablished, that there is spirit life in every one, means that there is no foundation in scripture to the idea of Total Depravity (Total spiritual Inability) nor of Original Sin (we all begin as sinners): there is no truth in Calvinism (from the bible).
NEWS – 23rd December 2017
This explains that when John writes "believe in the name" he is not meaning believe in a title, like "Jesus", but in the "character" of the Person. This effectively highlights the work done in the book Will there be Non-Christians in heaven? about how there are non-Christians who are seen accepted by God, So you think you're Chosen? on Paul's conditional predestination thinking and, Serious mistranslations of the bible.
And, of couse, because of today's date, I wish you all a very Happy Chrismas and a fruitful New Year.
NEWS – 2nd November 2017
NEWS – 28th October 2017
DISPUTE WITH AMAZON/KINDLE
A dispute has arisen with Kindle. When the eBook was first launched it was not possible to sell Deleting ELECT in the BIBLE at the rate of $0.99: their system would not allow that due to the large size of the eBook. Correspondence with Kindle then provided an agreement whereby if the eBook was available at a competitor's platform at that lower price THEN ONLY would Kindle match it. JAROM BOOKS then produced an iBook eBook version and set the price there at $0.99. True to their word Kindle then matched it.
They however also retained the "right" to put the price up of their own accord. This they then did more recently and I tried without success to ask Kindle to return it to the matched price as previously agreed.
Then, in recent weeks a separate Kindle department communicated that there was a parity issue (which they created) in that iBook were selling the eBook for less than Kindle and if I did not (effectively) put the iBook price up, they would cease the title from sale on Kindle. I communicated the above to them, but they did not listen and on 24th October they stopped the Kindle sale.
I am in contact with Kindle to resolve all this and apologise for any inconvenience this is causing. You may wish instead to avail yourself of the pdf offer below.
ARTICLE PROMOTION – 8th October 2017
When Paul quoted the scripture about God saying "I will have mercy on whom I will have mercy" in Romans 9 it appears universally read by Calvinists as to mean that God just chooses whom He wills willy nilly - without regard to any previous action or individual will on the part of the would be recipient of that mercy.
Paul precedes that quote by saying that it was "to Moses" God said that. Here, is a clear pointer to a context which needs understanding BEFORE reading the quote out of that particular context, since when you gain that informative context, you realise that what happened with Moses tallies with Jesus' stated truth "Blessed are the merciful, for they shall obtain mercy." (Matthew 5:7).
Since Paul precedes his quote by asking the question "Is there unrighteousness with God?" (Romans 9:14), this is what I have named the article which explains the needful context: