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Madness of Michelle Bachmann, End Time Evangelicals and the Apocalypse: A study of misreading, mistranslation, misinterpretation, misunderstood culture and misused history for the sake of religion

Armageddon: from Reality to

Political Terrorism in the name of

Religion

Contents

1. Abstract

2. Thesis

3. Evidence (Textual Criticism: Greek, English, Spanish)

4. Antecedents (in Vogue Today)

5. Mistranslation, Misinterpretation, Misuse of Language in Quest of Propagandizing a perspective that is unhistorical

6. Conclusion

7. Recommendations

8. Bibliography

9. End Notes

Abstract

John of Patmos (artist conception)

John of Patmos (artist conception)

The Apocalypse, a tart twisted tale of terror and frantic foreboding, of transmogrified sanity in the utterances pulsating pen on parchment ejaculations of one who went by the name of John and lived on the island of Patmos.1 forced upon the wretched world ripe for rapine and a repeat of past mutilative maiming myths of ancient wars and human carnage...

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Cain and Able: from bad translations and interpretation to evangelical fundamentalist distortions

Cain has been for centuries portrayed as a murderer of his brother Abel--the latter considered a just and saintly man. The murder, some claim, is the result of their parents sin, and state that the story is Hebrew in origin. But were the Hebrews always in the lands of Palestine? What is the correct translation and interpretation of the original documents--few read by evangelical preachers or self-styled prophets?Read More