Johannesburg, South Africa, November 20, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- This is the introduction of a new author who specialises in research-related work, Walter Muller. He is currently residing in the city of Johannesburg in South Africa. The book he is launching now, Jesus "The Keeper of the Truth", is definitely not your average book. The author, Walter Muller went to great lengths to explain, with references, the differences between the New and the Old Testament of the Bible, and also to show Jesus from a perspective not generally thought of. It is not a book for the feint-hearted, some of the findings do not correspond to what the church-going people were taught by their clergy. The book of Revelations, looked upon by many as the ultimate in explaining the Bible, is not missed by this author; his research and explanations regarding this last book of the Bible will have you on the edge of your seat - it does not matter where you stand in relation to religion, this will be an eye opener. The author creates a perspective that allow the reader to see through his eyes. Reading this book you often find yourself wanting to reply verbally to some of the statements the author penned down in words; his style creates the feeling of him having a conversation with you. The book is currently available on an e-book site where you can either download it or buy a copy, orders for both versions can be placed at www.lulu.com
. Just enter the name of the book in the search block, and read the preview.
This publication is launched at this, a time when millions around the globe are not satisfied anymore, or have started to question a religion which has not kept pace with science. Hopefully more acceptable answers will be found by many who will read, Jesus "The Keeper of the Truth".
Currently Walter Muller is busy with another project, which will be released towards the middle of 2008. It is not a follow-up on this book, but also spiritually-related, and taking into account the amount of time he has spent on that research, one can be sure to keep an eye on this space.