Compendium From Bible evidence, "THE GREAT DECEPTION: Symbols And Numbers Clarified" affirms "Ten Ages" to be the single most significant interpretation tool accessible. Only an orderly "Ten Ages" succession can reflect any consistency in Bible symbology. This work, then, would define the "Ages" impact on dedicated Christians, on casual Church visitors, on otherwise undeclared believers, and even on avowed atheists!
We introduce study to evaluate the legitimacy claimed in opposing viewpoints: whether gleaned from psychological desire, primitive fear, or qualified semantics. For, it is not enough to simply assert an anaclitic perspective or deny an opposing intellectual perception; but rather, we should confirm or deny controversy from the only reliable source able to furnish rationale for the Bible's indisputably disguised contents.
Uniquely, only Daniel visions can provide a key to open the "Ten Ages" lockbox, expose tradition's fuzzy math, and thus exactly delineate the seed-line's theocratic advance to Ages conclusion.
"THE GREAT DECEPTION" posits a disturbing dichotomy: clearly, New Testament principals were affected by Christian pedagogy, Temple rituals, Old Law tenets, and ignorance to prophetic urgency; the latter discrepancy mimics traditional aptitude today and instills unseasonable cause, even a disregard for Bible semantics. The author questions those incentives adopted from tribal origins, and which license allows adherents to perceive a perpetually future resurrection and judgment. At the same time, this author questions whether Old Law tenets, rituals, and even 'ignorance to prophetic urgency' can be so easily dismissed; for all are imperative to establish Parousia (second coming); therefore, ignorance would seem requisite to qualify any futurist cause, since all information was sealed until Parousia per Daniel restriction and Revelation instruction. (Dan. 12:9; Rev. 5:3) Yet, such particularity is not accounted in modern thinking, and such neglect furnished incentive to complete this 965 page commentary evaluating modern religion justification.
Though dissimilarly imaged in scripture, many symbols represent similar objects, as Ages; therefore, Age increments are boldly posited in "THE GREAT DECEPTION" commentary, reflecting occurrence in the Daniel Chapters, Gospels, Revelation, and Epistolary directives. This author dares to underscore and correct the age-old 'deception.' We invite your critique!