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James Taylor discusses the ethnic factor of the Bible and Christian history.

CLERMONT, Fla. (PRWEB) August 18, 2014

Ordained minister James Taylor noted that Biblical history has been left out from historical records of the Ancient Chaldeans, Canaanites and the original Hebrews. The fact that people of color have played an extremely important role in recorded biblical and historical Christianity has been a neglected factor in theological education. This observation moved him to inform everyone of the truth. The result is his new book, Identifying the Truth.

Taylor describes his work as a continuation of his efforts to reveal the truth of the origin of man. At the core of this book is the authors desire to bring people to commit themselves in Christ and to motivate readers to study the ethnic factor in scripture, Christian history and contemporary society.

If the truth has inspired you, I encourage you to share it with others so that they too may be inspired by the knowledge that has been hidden for so many years, Taylor says, This information is edifying, encouraging, inspiring, and interesting to those of us who believe and are curious about the role of the black man recorded in biblical and historical Christianity. The fact that people of color have played an extremely important role in recorded biblical and historical Christianity has been a neglected factor in theological education.

Timely and insightful, Identifying the Truth will let readers read and experience scripture with fresh, new eyes. It offers encouragement, enlightenment and a detailed knowledge of the Christian faith.

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About the Author
James Taylor is the son of Henry Taylor whose grandfather was a former slave. He was born in a Mississippi Plantation in 1958. He is a product of the Orange County Public school system in Winter Garden, Florida. He attended Valencia C.C in Orlando, Florida in 1976; afterwards he retired from the US Army in 1997. He was self-educated in the history of warfare, Spiritual Discipline Meditation as a soldier. He is an astute student of Theological and Spiritual Doctrine. He has the biblical Spiritual Gifts of the Spirit of Knowledge, Wisdom, and of Faith. Taylor accepted Christ at an early age and surrendered to preach at age 21. He served as Assistant Pastor of Holy Light Deliverance Church of Columbus, GA. He is married to Loretha Taylor and has two children, Tweetie and James Jr.

Identifying the Truth * by James Taylor
Publication Date: February 24, 2014
Trade Paperback; $15.99; 104 pages; 9781493158355
Trade Hardback; $24.99; 104 pages; 9781493158362
e-book; $3.99; 9781493158379

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