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The DNA of Jesus Christ: God's Traceable Identity by William L. Payne, Jr. (Sonny Payne)

The DNA of Jesus Christ: God's Traceable Identity

by William L. Payne, Jr. (Sonny Payne)

198 pages
Was the DNA of Jesus Christ from a human source.

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Category: Religion:Christianity
About the Book
There is much controversy today concerning Jesus Christ. Was He really God's Son? Could God have a Son without a female sexual encounter? Could His Son come to earth, be born of a virgin, yet inherit no DNA from a human source? If He was God's Son, how could He become a man? Why was Jesus' blood and DNA more important than any person who has ever lived and why did He have to die and raise from the dead? How does Jesus Christ's DNA affect your blood system, your decisions in life and your eternal destiny? These are valid questions that need to be answered.

In an age of postmodernism, the new age movement, paganism and secular humanism, many are looking for answers to life, trying to figure out why they exist, what their purpose is for living and if there really is a God. What about evil; will it will ever cease to exist? Why is the blood is the most important element in the human body and has a voice even after death. How did the first man and woman (Adam and Eve) affect the blood system of every person who has ever been born, except One.

Is there really life after death? What happens to a person when they die and where do they go? Is there really a place called Heaven and a place called Hell? The answers to all the above questions are in the pages of this book and will change your life forever.

 

 

About the Author
William L. "Sonny" Payne, Jr. has spent over 30 years of study and teaching on blood and blood covenanting, and is a learned expositor on Jewish history, the Temple, it's sacrifices and priesthood, having obtained the first TV footage of excavations at Temple Mount dating back to King Solomon.

 

 

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