Introduction to Unveiling Christianity
Our primary purpose behind Beawake.com is science-based awakening and helping people discover their innate spiritual ability and potential for spiritual awakening. Unveiling Christianity will help Christians who love and believe in Jesus and his teachings of love and forgiveness. Unveiling Christianity will help those to understand that much of Christian dogma is untrue, and is actually in direct opposition to Jesus’ teachings.
“Whoever does not love does not know God, because God is love.” 1 John, chapter 4:8
The Christian religion has impacted a significant portion of humanity for well over fifteen hundred years. The majority of Christians are Christians because of their parents’ influence. Christian dogma is unquestioned by most Christians due to their parents’ influence and because the dogma has been so prevalent in our culture—so many people believe it’s true, so it must be true. However, much of it is just not true. Churches have long ignored the truth that God’s Spirit dwells within every one of us, despite clear statements in the gospels affirming our divine nature… Click here for more…
How could God, who is eternal—without beginning or end, have an origin? Here we consider God historically, as having arisen from among a group of ancient deities. In this chapter, we discuss Christianity’s place among the major religions of today’s world and several aspects of the origin of the Christian conception of God. The sections are as follows:
- Religion in the Modern World
- Origins of Religion
- Yahweh and Associated Deities
- Countless Deities and Demons
- Who Represents the One True God?
- God as Love
Critical Research on the Bible
Reincarnation Revealed in the Bible
Kingpins of Christianity
The Delusion of Satan
History of Heaven and Hell
Christianity: Religion of Fear and Hope
Healing from Toxic Theology
U.S. Christianity Today
Jesus without Dogma
Reference Sources for Unveiling Christianity
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Thomas Romer is the Professor of the Hebrew Bible at the College de France and a professor at the University of Lausanne.
Smith, Mark S.
Dever, William G.
William G. Dever is a professor emeritus of Near Eastern archaeology and anthropology at the University of Arizona, a leading expert in his field.
Video: Prof. William G. Dever
Finkelstein, Israel and Silberman, Neil Asher
Karen Armstrong is a New York Times bestselling author who has written over two dozen books and who is known for her books on comparative religion. Among her many achievements and honors are an appointment to the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire and a Fellowship to the Royal Society of Literature.
Freke, Timothy and Gandy
Timothy Freke is a best-selling author of more than twenty books and is an authority on world spirituality.
This book was one of three finalists for the 2010 Pulitzer Prize for General Non-Fiction.
Dead Sea Scrolls
Ehrman, Bart D.
Pagels, Elaine, Ph.D.
Dr. Elaine Pagels in an American historian of early Christianity and author of New York Times bestselling books. She and her books have received many prestigious awards. She is the Huntington Spear Paine Professor of Religion at Princeton University.
Pryse, James Morgan
James Morgan Pryse was a publisher, author, and a theosophist who published several books on religion in the 1900s.
Spong, John Shelby
John Shelby Spong is a retired American bishop of the Episcopal Church serving from 1979 to 2000. This liberal theologian and New York Times bestselling author has written over two dozen books on Christianity. He has received many awards, including the 1999 Humanist of the Year.
Wilken, Robert Lewis, Ph.D.
Dr. Robert Lewis Wilken is the William R. Kenan, Jr. Professor of the History of Christianity, professor emeritus at the University of Virginia. He is past president of the American Academy of Religion and author of ten books about Christianity.
Friedman, Richard Elliott
Richard Elliott Friedman is a biblical scholar, author of multiple books, and winner of numerous awards and honors.
Video: Who Actually Wrote the Bible and What is the Origin?! 
History of Christianity
Gonzales, Justo L., Ph.D.
Diarmaid MacCulloch holds a Doctor of Divinity degree from the University of Oxford. He and his books have garnered many awards.
Metzger, Bruce M. (Translator)
This edition of the Holy Bible is most commonly preferred by biblical scholars today.
Meyer, Marvin W. (Editor)
This is the English-language edition of the library of Gnostic manuscripts which were discovered in Egypt in 1945. Among the many Gnostic gospels and sacred texts is the Gospel of Thomas, which consists of 114 sayings attributed to Jesus.
Trends in Christianity
Balmer, Randall, Ph.D.
Barr, Beth Allison, Ph.D.
Chris Hedges authored multiple books and won a Pulitzer Prize in 2002 as a reporter at the New York Times.
Kruse, Kevin M., Ph.D.
MacLean, Nancy, Ph.D.
Anne Nelson has won multiple awards for her journalism, books and research.