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We are an independent publisher of a variety of non-fiction books on unbiased and non-denominational religious studies, interpersonal relationship help, and anticipatory cultural and technological developments.
Despite writing extensively on religious matters, we are not promoting any religion. We're not claiming the Bible is true or Jesus is God, or that there really is a God. All we do is write honestly and accurately about what the Bible really teaches or on the credibility of various religions.
Like it or not, religion is part of the human condition, and for whatever reason, the Bible, and the New Testament in particular, is the world's only unedited, frameless, correlative anthology - a feat that has never been done before, and is actually testable using empirical means.
In other words, it isn't proof that the Bible is inspired or that there is a God; only that they are highly likely until a satisfactory explanation can be given to explain how multiple authors can write correlative deliverables and parts of a seamless cosmology, while being separated by distance and decades without the use of a common editor or common frame (standard and guides).
Edward K. Watson's familiarity with creating and editing correlative anthologies like project execution plans and proposals for major projects allows him to describe the NT as having a p-value of 4σ or four sigma of being “true” [99.994%] as opposed to 5σ or five sigma [99.99994%] and above for “proof.” He writes:
"It’s easier to believe one can herd cats than for multiple sources to have perfectly harmonious and correlative deliverables without external help."
How to Decide Which Church to Join
Beliefs and Practices of the Children of God
What Does Christianity Look Like?
What Tangible Benefits Has Judeo-Christianity Given the World?
The 14 Declarations of a Christian
The Bible's Core Massage