Date Reviewed: October 10, 2023
Release Date: August 30, 2023
The Divinely Sinful Saints by ITOTKO falls into multiple genres. The thought-provoking book deals with religion and spirituality, but it can also fall into the psychology and self-help categories. The author is taking readers both familiar with and new to Christianity on a journey that may question long-held beliefs. Whether you are a practicing Christian or curious about the faith, The Divinely Sinful Saints seeks to help readers have a better understanding of the bible, its message, and the religion in general.
Was God homeless before creating Heaven and Earth? Were Heaven and Earth created so God could have a home? What about the sacrifices and drink offerings required by God in the Old Testament? Does this mean God is also hungry and thirsty? What about the tree of life? The tree is mentioned in both the Old and New Testaments. How does the repetitive thief, crucified with Jesus, enter paradise? Did Jesus resurrect his body too? Was the Garden of Eden a real place on Earth and can we find it? These are some of the questions The Divinely Sinful Saints takes a look at.
Genesis, chapter 3, tells us that after Adam and Eve ate the fruit of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil, their eyes were opened, and they felt ashamed of their nakedness, the LORD God then made "coats of skins" to clothe them. He then sent "the man" forth from the Garden of Eden. The story continues with Genesis 4:1, which says, "And Adam knew Eve his wife, and she conceived, and bare Cain." Here we see another being introduced, as Eve says, "I have gotten a man from the LORD." This LORD has nothing to do with the creation of the trees, the animals, and Adam. Is he, this LORD, the same being, Existence, mentioned in chapters 1 and 2 of Genesis, as God and the LORD God? Did the writer of these chapters in Genesis understand what he was writing? Are there any facts in these chapters, or are they all fantasies and falsities?
The Divinely Sinful Saints asks readers to consider the meanings and messages in the Bible. The author is encouraging readers not to take every word and phrase at face value. While the author is encouraging questions about what is written in the Bible, ITOTKO is not questioning the Christian faith.
Readers will find some biblical passages repeated throughout the book. The repetition is not due to the author's laziness, instead, it is a tool being used to help readers remember specific passages. Each chapter in The Divinely Sinful Saints looks at a specific part of the Bible or belief common in the Christian faith. The book is meant to serve as a guide for those both new to and familiar with Christianity. If you have ever questioned some parts of the Bible, The Divinely Sinful Saints will show you are not alone.
"And Adam knew Eve his wife, and she conceived, and bare Cain."
The Divinely Sinful Saints by ITOTKO is a product of over 40 years of study and research in metaphysics, religions, and spirituality. The book is an expanded and revised version of Truthful Misconceptions by the same author but with a different name. In these books, he shares his knowledge and insight with those who would like to gain a deeper spiritual understanding of the scriptures in the Bible.
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