The main purpose of this website is to display images from various Middle East travels between 2016 and 2019. Visiting biblical sites has helped me in my understanding of the Jewish people, of Israel and of Scripture. A close look at the teachings of Yeshua/Jesus reveals that mainstream Christianity is largely unbiblical, with many of its beliefs and practices rooted in Paganism and Gnosticism (e.g. Christmas, Easter, Sunday and Trinity worship). The first century Nazarenes had never heard of Yeshua being God incarnate or of the Torah being abolished. Though, according to 2 Thessalonians ii 7, the mystery of lawlessness was already at work, the anti-Messiah would only emerge centuries later. The original Nazarene faith can be condensed into two broad principles:
1. Salvation through rebirth of water and Spirit (evidenced by tongues)
Markos xvi 16–18; Yochanan iii 3–8; Acts ii 38; x 44–48; xix 5–6.
2. Sanctification through Torah observance (Sabbath, festivals, dietary laws, etc.)
Mattai v 17–19; Romans iii 31; viii 4; 1 Yochanan ii 3–6.
Both these principles have been explained away by the mainstream Church, and this site will hopefully help to clear up some misunderstandings.
The true Mt. Sinai, Noah's Ark, the Red Sea Crossing Site, the Ashen Cities, and the Ark of the Covenant were discovered by the late Ron Wyatt, and various images are used courtesy of Kevin Fisher from arkdiscovery.com.
The website is under construction and more material will be available soon.