This is a collection of Robert Roberg's poems. Poetry is like photography. Each poem is a snap shot taken at some place in time. Seen together certain themes emerge. For some the snapshots will... More > appear like the surface of a pond,when you come back later, you will see new layers and the beauty below the surface.< Less
There are many voices describing God. This book focuses only on one voice, the voice of Jesus and his description of God. It may startle you to hear from his own lips that his father bears very... More > little resemblance to the Old Testament God taught in the synagogues and churches.
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A careful reading of the scriptures reveals that God's desire for humans is peace and not war. Several prophets including Jesus taught that people of faith must trust God to fight for them and must... More > not resort to violence.< Less
This is a thought for thought translation rather than a word for word translation. I am not a theologian, or a scholar, but a student. I believe to the best of my ability that it is correct. Every... More > translator inevitably puts some of his, or her, biases into every translation. I am no different.< Less
This is a study of the concept of Holy War as found in many religions of the world, but primarily in Judaism, Christianity and Islam. Most, Jews, Christians and Muslims do not understand Holy War the... More > same way Abraham and the prophets understood it. (Hardback 244 pages)< Less
This is a thought for thought translation rather than a word for word translation. I am not a theologian, or a scholar, but a student. I believe to the best of my ability that it is correct. Every... More > translator inevitably puts some of his, or her, bias into every translation. I confess I am biased towards non-violence and Biblical Unitarianism.< Less
This book will show you how to enter the Kingdom of God, now, today. You can bring the days of heaven down to the earth. This book is designed to show you how to grow your faith for faith is the key.... More > To enter the Kingdom does not mean all your troubles will disappear, but it will help you be victorious over them all.< Less