Most people consider the Bible the only book that contains the truth about the Son of God, about the world, and about what we should and shouldn’t do in order to live as good Christians. What if someone told you all this is just what the Church wanted people to believe? What if you found out that the Church actually hid and even destroyed most of Jesus’ real teachings in order to better control us and guide us on a path of its choosing? It would be quite a shock, of course. Author Klaus E. Berger thinks the world needs to know the truth and needs to have access to the real wisdom Jesus shared with the people, so he reveals everything in his book, “The Truth Which Was Kept from Us: Mysteries of the Past”.
All those who feel ready to learn about all the things the Church wanted to keep hidden, should read this book to the end. The author discusses some thought-provoking ideas that will make readers question their own belief, and maybe even entirely change their opinion about religion. In fact, Klaus E. Berger doesn’t have a very good opinion about religious people. However, to understand what he means through the word “religious”, readers will have to go through this book with an open mind. What he is trying to say is that religion, as the Church promotes it, is only a series of traditions and superstitions meant to keep people in the dark. Thus, he dedicates his book to those who are not afraid to seek the truth, and those who understand that there’s more to Jesus’ teachings, to faith and love than what the Church lets us see.
“The Truth Which Was Kept from Us: Mysteries of the Past” doesn’t only reveal ancient teachings that we’ve never had access to, but also takes biblical verses and tries to discuss and explain them. Those who have read the Bible with a critical eye have probably seen all the contradictions and confusions. The author points them out and shows how people have been deceived by being taught how to read the Bible and what to understand from it. His aim is to open our eyes so we can finally see what love, compassion, peace, and happiness truly mean, and how we can achieve them by following Jesus’ real teachings.
Although it cannot be considered a light read, Klaus E. Berger’s book is easy to understand by anyone who wants to see things for what they really are, and make a change. Every line and every paragraph will make readers stop for a few seconds and think about what they have just read. If you read this with genuine curiosity and an open mind, expect to feel like a whole different person after finishing the last page.
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