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poor scholarship and questionable theology
on May 13, 2012
The author, Gary Naler has released yet another book with easily refutable scholarship and a strange warped theology. I do not know Mr Naler personally but it is likely that his racist and misogynistic worldview is what drives his thoughts and theology, not his intellect and faith driving his worldview. In his own words part of the so-called "curse" on America is due to women and black men.
Any person who has been to school (whether it be seminary or a university level theology track) would refute Naler's opinion of Nazarites, coverings and even his assertion that the "tree of the knowledge of good and evil was grapes. This book and his previous wok, "The Curse of 1920" are pious sounding, but they detract from real scholarship and worse, they confuse the innocent but ignorant.