Hello Rustics!

Readers of Killing the Bible may already know the featured characters in the book.  They represent the good, the bad, and the ugly of Bible history.  The purpose of the book is not simply to get Christians all worked up about the bad guys, but to strengthen and encourage us by showing how God has always had a plan to use His Church to further the Kingdom.  This enables us better to guide our lives in righteous living as we stand on the shoulders of the giants that have come before us.  It also helps us to see the pattern the Evil One uses over and over in history to kill and destroy so that we may not fall into his traps.

Look at the list of featured characters in order of appearance:

Joseph of Arimathaea

Ancient British King and Warrior Caractacus

Brutal Caesars of Rome

British King and Christian Emperor Constantine

Not so Saintly Augustine

Ever so Saintly St. Patrick

Jerome the translator and Pope puppet

Pope Gregory the (not so) Great

King Alfred, the Great, early savior of Britain

The Venerable Historian Bede

William of Occam

Muhammad, the crafty conqueror

John Wycliffe, the Morningstar of the Reformation

Johann Gutenberg, indulgence printer

Erasmus, the smartest man of the Reformation

Martin Luther and Katherina Von Bora

William Tyndale, Christian father of the New Testament and the English Language

Tunstall, Woolsey and More, evil trinity of Medieval England

Henry the Eighth and Anne Boleyn

Bloody Mary

William Wittingham, developer of the first study bible

King James and his flawed Bible version

Pilgrims and Puritans

George Washington, Christian founder of America

There are many more!  If you haven’t read the book, I invite you to get it on Amazon.com You will be amazed at your “rustic” Christian Heritage.

Stay Rustic My Friends!