This book is divided into three parts. The first 310 pages compiles 619 quotes from the scriptures and 417 footnotes referencing historical, social science and religious sources bearing on American politics. The second 8 pages is a science essayMoreThis book is divided into three parts. The first 310 pages compiles 619 quotes from the scriptures and 417 footnotes referencing historical, social science and religious sources bearing on American politics.
The second 8 pages is a science essay describing the rings of Saturn as a precision constellation of ten billion satellites showing tremendous structure that is unexplained. The last 33 pages reports computer word frequency research identifying common authorship from the New Testament and specific Nineteenth Century scripture.
These three sections are bound together inseparably into one 352 page book - THE POLITICS OF GOD. SATURNS RINGS. One science and religion essay is titled The Rings of Saturn, Miracle in the Heavens. The American Voyager Space Mission provides the facts. The rings are composed of billions of independent satellites each falling freely in its own orbit, each having the same ellipticity, each having the proper different velocity required at its specific altitude, and all forming a precision razor thin disk of only 36 millionths of one degree of arc measured from the center of Saturn.
The engineering challenge for men to launch all those satellites into the required orbits is explained. Keplers Laws, taken from Newtons Laws as applied to orbital motion, explain all the current motion in the billions of orbits. But there is no explanation of how that intricate constellation was first put into motion.
On the internet in May 1995 these correct statements were posted: Open issues - What is the origin of the rings? and tremendous structure that is still unexplained.COMPUTER WORDPRINTS. The other science and religion essay is titled Computer Wordprints say God dictated specific Scripture. Computer word frequency analysis is used to separate clearly different authors discovered in the New Testament book of Revelation. Christ speaking to John from the heavens has distinct word frequency characteristics compared to the narration of John in that same book.
This unique word frequency signature of Christ is compared to several specific modern writings, each alleged to be the word of God. All candidates clearly fail the test except one. This rare matching text is not small. It comprises 100,000 words.
The original computer research was done in English using a King James Bible. Main portions of the study were performed again, but this time in German using Martin Luthers translation of the Bible in 1534. Also, a modern German Bible translated in 1980 as a joint Catholic and Protestant effort was used. Comparable powerful matches were obtained in German as in English. The results are very stable and robust.AMERICAN POLITICS. This 310 page section is a compilation of scriptures, counsel from prophets, and history bearing primarily on American politics.
Gods political views for secular government are taken from His inspired scriptures and His prophets. Occasionally these sources give Satans political views as well, which views are ideal to define bad political positions.A primary source of quotations on political topics is the scriptures beginning with the Old Testament and the New Testament. Also, the great protestant Christian historian Benjamin Hart allowed use of 75 of his quotations showing Gods hand in the American Revolutionary War, with the Founding Fathers, and in establishing the Constitution.
Clarence B. Carson permitted inclusion of 34 references on personal freedom. These same conservative Christian viewpoints are affirmed in detail by secular political quotations included from Mormon literature and leaders. Also, social science studies from various universities collected by the Heritage Foundation show the harmful effect of government welfare on children.Secular political counsel are included given by denominational heads such as David O.
McKay, Ezra Taft Benson, Gordon B. Hinckley, and many more. McKay labeled communism as the greatest satanical threat on the face of the earth and counseled support of political candidates who are truly dedicated to the Constitution in the tradition of the Founding Fathers. These views of the founders about their Constitution are identified by position statements of Washington and Jefferson, and by interpretations of Supreme Court Justices over the first hundred years.
George Bancroft (1800 to 1891), author of his very popular History of the United States, collected most of these position statements on the Constitution. Twentieth Century statements justifying a serious drift from the original Constitution are presented from Woodrow Wilson, FDR, Thurgood Marshall, William Brennan, and from others. Throughout the book these opposing political views are documented and placed side by side for many striking contrasts.Other personalities quoted or discussed include Lincoln, Hoover, Truman, Eisenhower, Kennedy, Johnson, Nixon, Carter, Reagan, Bush, Clinton, Gingrich, Whittaker Chambers, Churchill, Eleanor Roosevelt, Hillary Clinton, Joycelyn Elders, Donna Shalala, Al Gore, Alger Hiss, Joseph McCarthy, Antonin Scalia, and Martin Luther King.
Other topics include Satans plan, Christs plan, communism, Nazi platform, mafia, death penalty, Medicare, Medicaid, Social Security, abortion, animal rights, and civil rights.