Christianity did not begin in Bethlehem. Sacred Strands shows that the sacred promise of a Redeemer was known to ancient people. We can find it written not only in Genesis of the Bible but also in the early constellations and myths of ancient peoples. We also find it among artifacts and early worship practices.
Have you wondered why some believe that Christianity was copied from pagan myths and mysteries? Sacred Strands shows that Christianity was not borrowed from pagan myths and mysteries, but rather those myths and mysteries contain knowledge, although distorted by time, of a Redeemer known from the earliest ages. They show truths which have flowed from the very beginning of history. Enjoy this peek into ancient history, looking at early civilizations like Sumer and Akkad and following the fascinating threads which tell the story of the sacred promise of a Redeemer woven throughout history.
If you have any doubts regarding the truth claims of Christianity, this book can help give you reasons to believe. It examines mankind’s knowledge of a Redeemer from the earliest times of recorded history. From the “conqueror of the serpent” seen in ancient constellations and myths to the prediction of a Redeemer by Balaam of Mesopotamia, this book follows the threads which would eventually lead to the most important event of all history. The coming of the Redeemer Jesus Christ fulfills the sacred promise given from the beginning of time.