There are many people throughout the world who would quickly tell you our dilemmas were written about literally centuries ago in one of this world's oldest books - the Bible.   While others may reject this concept, there is surely something very special about a book that has lasted so long, been explored so acutely, and sustains such intense emotions within us.    Are these emotions and theological faiths unfounded? - or is it far more than 'just an old book'.
Click to Enlarge         This document has had such a huge influence on our world that even the non-believer would find it difficult to reject the adjective label of 'sacred'.   But surprisingly, it is not allowed within our public education.   Why is it banned?   The problem is all about the words - and which words - and then, how they are treated.
        Regardless of whether you think these words were actually inscribed by Moses, attributed to him, or compiled by early priests, there is a beauty, an intrigue, and a wisdom in these words difficult to describe.   However, the most important thing to note here is - the words you see here are the original words.   These are the pre-Rome Hebrew letters - and the only words for these initial verses that are not someone's 'translation'.   If there is anything at all which is truly sacred - this is it.   And as difficult as our questions are now and always have been, there is one method that reveals more reliable answers than any other, regardless of whether the question is about our diet, our children, or even the existence of God.
        To find the truth - seek the roots.

             By returning to the roots, we eliminate the biggest stumbling block when it comes to the Bible in our schools.   Consider;  Why is it that such an influential and well known book, has somehow disappeared from our public schools?   This certainly didn't happen because the book was seen as harmful to our children, nor did it disappear because a few people saw it as fiction.   There are several elements which contributed to its disappearance.   As already noted, there is first the level of respect the book should receive.   Many people believe it is the literal Word of God - also known as 'Canon'.   This reverence to every word carries forward to the translations - oddly, perhaps at times even more so than to the original Hebrew words.   These many different translations cause the next problem.   If a school was even allowed to bring the Bible back into the classroom, the very first question would simply have to be, "Which one?"
             A lot of people don't realize - even something as well known as the "Lord's Prayer" is different between what Catholics and Protestants quote.   Should the Catholic Bible, with its additional chapters, be used?   Should we use the King James translation? - the NIV?   There are those who greatly dislike any 'Modern' translation. What about the Book of Mormon?   A Jewish child would find any Canon respect toward the Greek New Testament a little uncomfortable.  And the Qur'an?
Put simply;   Ask any believer which Bible could be in today's classrooms and the answer you'll get back is ? -   "Mine."

        Fortunately, the original words are still there ! - and now understanding them is nowhere near as difficult as you might imagine.   Using the new Root Character Method you will quickly and easily comprehend every word - and even more exciting, get a truly inside look at how they viewed their world.   The words they used help define their thinking, but those words would be far more revealing if we also had a dictionary filled with their definitions of these words.
        The Root Character Method gives us just such a dictionary.   And you are not expected to simply accept it, as we will start at the historical beginnings and quickly work forward.   Every item we carefully knit together can be easily cross-verified with dozens of other websites.   Additionally, you will find the new method works on every single word as this interpretation method is entirely consistent.   Your journey will give you a wealth of new Biblical knowledge even solving many disagreements - and trading thoughts as to how they envisioned their world - is another strength of the Internet.   You can contribute to the project.

        Regardless of whether you are Amish, or atheist, or somewhere in between, this is a fascinating journey - filled with eye-opening answers.   Beginning with a time before the alphabet even existed, we will be using all the modern interactive options the Internet can provide.   For example, simply click on
Click to Hear !
the Hebrew word shown here - and many of you will recognize the word Eloheem - or 'God' in the first book of the Bible.   Of the 361 words in the first chapter, that word occurs 32 times.   These were simple words from a far simpler time and with just a little effort - thanks to the new Root Character Method, you really can understand them - in less than six days.

        In this journey, it is not uncommon for someone to simply glance at the project and ask, "How dare you mess with the word of God?"
        This is a little sad as they don't realize - we agree with them 100%.   But simply look at the original words on the rock above - then consider all the twists and turns literally hundreds of translations have taken them through - many times attempting to take this beautifully simple language and force it into one of the most complicated of languages in history - our English.   Then consider how every sect insists their particular translation is the correct one and ask yourself -
            who exactly is 'messing with' those words?
                    And should we also be asking, Why ?
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