It's time to correct the madness.
Are you sure the beliefs you hold about the history of humanity are true? Have you ever wondered where biblically-based accounts and centuries-old traditions are rooted?
When the earliest civilizations began documenting the activities of humanity for posterity, they opened a field for recorded history upon which many would seek to play a part. Therefore, modern civilizations have trouble distinguishing recorded truth from recorded lies. Unraveling the truth of our origin is a task that calls for exceptionally sharp reasoning skills.
In Bamboozled!, Timothy Aldred reveals the paradigm of deception to which generations of people have been taught to surrender their hearts and minds - in blind faith.
Who gains from the mindless devotion of the populace, generation to generation?
Come aboard for a refreshingly exciting and unbiased view of humanity's true origin! Examine ancient accounts of the early years, and how they compare to the theologically faith-based views that have been used to control and manipulate millions of people for millennia.
Best of all, as never before, learn how to demystify and unravel biblical mysteries using good reason and accurate distinction. It is time to free your mind from over 2000 years of conditioned belief patterns. It's vital for living!
©2011 Timothy Aldred (P)2015 Timothy Aldred
I enjoyed how the author incorporated history, humor and personal circumstance to bring relevance to a subject many find hard to digest.
Most memorable moment was when the church took Mr. Aldred to court! I listened to that chapter 2 times. It was quite entertaining!
I have listened to many audiobooks with English-accents and Ana Clements is by far the best. She had a sense of control to every word, making careful distinction to accentuate certain parts, which brought further emphasis. She has a very soothing voice.
"Let Me Tell You How You've Been Bamboozled" or "Facts Don't Lie"
The transparent walk through different scripture references highlights a multitude of disparity and lends itself to logical and sound reasoning if one would find it difficult to open up to reason. I admire the author for putting it out there.
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