"If Jesus Were Writing To Our Dying World Today,
What Would He Say?"
—to Galapagos and Darwin (Evolution):
"O man, the splendid earth [with its fullness] and the universe [in its glory] did not ‘self-assemble.’ I the Lord God made them, and my name is Yahweh … Now, return from folly and seek wisdom; regain pure knowledge and attain true science—for then you will discern that I AM THE ORIGIN OF SPECIES!"
—to Ur and Shinar (America):
"O America, I am your Liberty, and you are that huddled mass yearning to breathe free. I am your Lighthouse, the One beaconing [yea, beckoning], and you are that wayfarer—strayed, grayed, and frayed … Now, return, you tempest-tost; lift up your gaze to the lighted torch aloft the golden door and come home."
—to Shiloh and Bethel (Pastors):
"Behold, I come quickly, O shepherd; and I come, my reward with me. I, the Lord of the harvest, am coming—but not for your picturesque cathedrals and elegant sanctuaries. Lo, I am coming for my Church: a sheep without spot or wrinkle, a bride chaste and comely—those I entrusted into your hands, O priest."
In “I AM the Origin of Species!” the Mind of Christ finds its voice, challenging man’s worldviews and charging the believer to deeper faith. Written in the spirit of Jesus’ letters in Revelation, these epistles clarify biblical truths, affirm God’s counsel on today’s burning issues (evolution, atheism, America’s secularity, sexuality, the stewardship of pastors, African Traditional Religion, the occult…), and call all men to newness and fullness of Life in Christ.