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- Publisher: Capabel Press Ltd (September 2009)
- Language: English
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Why Call Me God?: The Gospel Seen with a Single Eye Paperback – September, 2009
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To do this he had to go back to the original scripture written in Greek, the Septuagint and see how and what it was misunderstood so badly by the Catholic church .
He found the gospels full with allegories and riddles but his analysis shows in his book that the ancient mysteries of the scriptures can be solved and the Gospel real meaning rediscovered.
The main body of his book is to solve as many riddles as possible and to see what the real message is. It is a comprehensive work that looks at how the real plot in scripture is, the message of the first seven days in Genesis, paradise, Eve, Lord God, Adam in the Book of Genesis of Heaven and Earth, how Satan is hidden in the Gospels and misunderstood for God, the relation between John and Jesus, Jesus as Cain and the "Father" and Satan and finally Paul as the false apostle.
The results are quite astonishing. Using the Greek text side by side to the English, Hatfield takes the reader through 12 chapters of break coding importance. His conclusion is that "the catholic church fails to recognise these riddles for what they are, preferring to embrace the gospels as inspired commentaries upon a series of¬¬¬ historical (if miraculous) events... failing entirely to grasp the deeper message conveyed by the selection of scriptures it has sought to make its own".
The conclusion is a damming verdict on the role, responsibilities and actions of the catholic church on many levels.
The implications are severe .....