At Easter was the message distorted?

Gold Coast author Baruch Ben Zvi has release the controversial 'Moses, Jesus and Mohammad – how their message was distorted' - the very title of the book offers an insight into what lies within.
April 19, 2011 - PRLog -- This book is a medicine for many sick minds in our religious society.

Written in a clear, understandable manner, the reader will be fascinated by a totally different outlook to religious history and ideology. The book presents a demythologized Moses, Jesus and Mohammad. It stresses that the three founding monotheistic prophets had a parallel and equal message of pure monotheism (belief in one God), religious monotheism and social love and loyalty. It is an almanac of religious ideals and issues affecting most of the population of the world.

The book moves quickly from issue to issue by presenting a series of summaries. These include:

•   Going Steady,
•   The name of God,
•   Penal systems,
•   The resuscitation of Jesus,
•   Circumcision,
•   Paganism,
•   Sex education,
•   Revised chronology.

Judaism, Christianity and Islam are seen as three equal monotheistic movements and conversion between them is, thus, considered not appropriate! Pure Monotheism – the revelation to the three founding monotheistic prophets – rejects angels, devils, myths and magic!! Going Steady is a moral structure for sexual activity of young adults – an alternative to mythical holy marriage – this prior to family marriage, where children are reared.
The book should ‘shake you up’ and force you to rethink your view on the established religions. The book could be part of the foundation for monotheism in the future - a future blessed with equality - gender and religious - a future blessed with tolerant peace and social morality – fidelity for the young adult and married society.

Baruch Ben Zvi is an Australian born engineer who lived half of his life in Israel. He is a scholar of the Bible and the Koran.

In Israel, he was President of the Movement for Egalitarian Judaism, a religious feminist movement. He was a marriage celebrant who wrote an Egalitarian marriage service and book in Hebrew called Going Steady. He also wrote a translation of an Ethiopian Jewish prayer book from Geez to Hebrew. He did this while coordinator of the Council of Kesim (Ethiopian priests) in Israel.

Baruch edited the Interdisciplinary Bible Scholar concerned with revised Bible scholarship, chronology and archaeology. He is a passionate supporter of Palestinian nationalism – the urgent need for the establishment of a successful Palestine side by side to Israel.

'Moses, Jesus and Mohammad - How their message was distorted' by Baruch Ben Zvi ISBN: 978-1-921731-99-0 RRP $28.95 Non-fiction/religion

If you would like to interview this controversial author contact Donna on (07) 55 755 141 or Limited review copies are available on request.

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