The author was raised in a strict Catholic family and struggled with many aspects of the Christian religion from an early age. He was trained as a research scientist and his application of research skills was used to search for historical documentation in support of Christian beliefs. His research highlighted conflicts to resolve religious teachings in pursuit of truth. A near lifetime study and reflection was undertaken in an attempt to arrive at independent conclusions based upon given information available.
Many aspects of Christianity are studied from Early Christianity, Beliefs, The Bible, Early Church Historians, Heaven and Hell, Religion and Man. The Woman Pope, Hitler’s Pope and Papal Elections including questioning the validity of Peter as the first pope are included in the study. The Catholic Church has proclaimed the Apostle Peter as the first pope
Two little known characteristics of St. Paul are revealed.
The author has taken a fearless position in an effort to direct attention to how writers “invented” the Christian background and beliefs and have supported these “beliefs” throughout history with the iron hand of followers.