What’s in the works for the upcoming months on The Explanation?
Here’s an excerpt from a comment I got from one of my faithful readers:
In reading this posting and others, you only seem to evoke questions and never propose answers. In fact your writing seems to take little if any position on where you think the answers may lie. Almost all aspects of what were once christian leanings have been covered up. Perhaps with a good reason; I do not know.
The questions while interesting and perhaps useful to think about … in the end lead to exasperation if no light ever seeps through in your postings.
Perhaps it is my fault that I may not have really understood your purposes in these blogs because it is confusing to see a blog named the EXPLANATION mostly only evoke questions.
He’s absolutely correct and I appreciate his comment and understand his and maybe your frustration. Let me explain because answers are coming.
With my blog posts, I’ve actually tried to stay with my books’ subjects and content. I compare it to a ‘puzzle’. In Inventory of the Universe (book 1 available worldwide via Amazon) I turn over the pieces of the puzzle.
In Audit of the Universe (book 2) I analyse the pieces of the puzzle and see where we’re going. A number of posts are in this second vein. And all the posts are in the theme of Inventory and Audit.
They are intended to help readers realize the magnitude amd splendor of the Universe and the complexities of Man’s relation to it and that it won’t be easy to reach peace and prosperity.
Right now I’ve decided to stick with blog posts associated with Inventory and Audit which, don’t include any answers… just turning over and analyzing puzzle pieces. The reason for this is basically, we’re drowning in a whirlpool of information. In general we are aware of bucketfuls of data but … we don’t take the time, or we don’t know how to connect the dots … we don’t see the myriad connections between this data, these facts.
Yet, all the information does fit into a framework. Inventory and Audit are designed to help us rise above visualizing isolated trees … and rather, begin to see the forest. Inventory and Audit and the blog posts for now, are designed to define the framework, display the overall architecture. They reveal all the pieces of the puzzle we’re working with, none can be missing. How can you put a puzzle together if you don’t have all the pieces?
From book 3, Origin of the Universe, I get straight into answers. Actually Inventory and especially Audit will show why Man doesn’t seem to have the answers to put the puzzle together, why Man is floundering around, why the frenzy of debates, ideas and ‘solutions’ goes crescendo coupled with an incapacity to really solve our problems–there’s a reason for all this fruitless activity. This leads us to a search for real answers, and that takes us into sacred texts.
Then we have to figure out which sacred text to work with and why. In fact the answer to this final question is the entire reason I wrote Inventory and Audit. A lot of people read ‘their sacred text’ out of tradition or because they grew up with it. They’re emotionally or culturally attached to it … but WHY is that ‘sacred text’ the one with the answers? There are many more erudite and ‘holy people’ who read other sacred texts than the Bible, for instance, so why focus on the Bible? Why read the ‘Old’ Testament when, as some indicate, the ‘New” Testament has superseded it? That’s where we’re headed. And even there we’re going to take a specific approach.
I’m going to help you and those interested learn how to comprehend the Biblical Hebrew. You see, the translations, no matter what language, can’t render the fullness of the Hebrew… and a LOT is lost. I’m going to show readers how to dig up a fuller comprehension.
To give you the situation books 3-5 are already written (they still have to be edited and readied for publication) and cover the Hebrew from Genesis 1-14 which will give readers a proper worldview (in my opinion). It explains (The Explanation) why the world is the way it is today. As well as giving answers to questions I’m bringing up in my present posts.
Inventory is now available and I’m hoping to bring out Audit and Origin simultaneously in 2017. I’ll also be starting online free conferences that will immediately focus on the Hebrew… this should start in 2017… before books 2-3 come out… so answers will be forthcoming.
Let me add that with the approach I’ll be taking to the Biblical Hebrew, you don’t need to know how to read or speak Hebrew. You don’t have to know the alphabet and there’s no grammar, vocabulary or anything to memorize. Relax, it’s coming soon.
As you can imagine this is a pretty huge undertaking and the publication is taking a little longer than expected… but it is coming.
That’s what’s in the works. Hope you’ll be part of the adventure… look forward to seeing you aboard.
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