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The End from the Beginning: The Origin of Western Civilization

Narrated by: Clayton Willis
Length: 11 hrs and 22 mins
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Thirty-five years of research has produced a different concept of the origin of Western Civilization, tracing its origin through nations and people many of whom you've likely never heard. For the first time, the exponential growth in the first three centuries AD of the church that Jesus established is linked to the Hand of God sequestering a large portion of his “chosen people” - the “lost sheep of the House of Israel “ - in the Parthian Empire where Jesus’ apostles could teach them about our Savior and his new Covenant with mankind without the oppression of the Roman Empire.

Later, the descendants of those Christianized Israelites migrated to Europe and took part in the Renaissance, the Enlightenment, the scientific and industrial revolutions, and the Christian Reformation. Afterward, they helped form Western Civilization to complete the process of spreading the Gospel of Jesus and the physical blessings God promised Abraham. 

The origin of Western Civilization is traced to its beginning 4,000 years ago. The culture and economic and political hegemony of Western Civilization today was planned by a mind that resides outside of time. 

In the process of that story, you will find answers to some interesting questions; you may also find your Christian faith strengthened or - if you're a non-believer - you may have new reasons for taking another look at that way of life.

©2018 Clayton N Willis (P)2018 Clayton N Willis

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