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The Sin Paradox,
Amicus Brief

The sequel to the controversial book

The Sin Paradox, the case against Adam, Eve, and theSerpent. 

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Donald Evans, the captivating author of "The Sin Paradox", is on a mission to spread his message of hope, redemption, and faith to a wider audience. Through his podcast tour campaign, Evans is seeking to connect with Christian and Messianic believers, Bible students, and free thinkers who are searching for answers to some of life's biggest questions.

 

"The Sin Paradox" is a gripping and thought-provoking book that challenges readers to think deeply about their faith and the role of God in their lives. Drawing on the events that occurred in the Garden of Eden, Evans delves into the idea of incurring a death penalty and the cursing of creation, and offers a fresh perspective on the personal relationship with God. The book is a must-read for anyone seeking answers to important Bible questions.

 

As a seasoned author and speaker, Evans has been interviewed on prestigious radio shows, People of Distinction with Benjie Cole. His expertise and passion for his subject matter are evident in every interview, where he explores topics related to faith, religion, and the Bible with clarity and insight.

 

Evans' ultimate goal is to promote the Gospel, the Bible, and belief in God, and to awaken people to the dangers of our society and the need to stop the daily murder of innocent children by industrialized medicine. Through his podcast tour campaign, he hopes to connect with listeners who are seeking to deepen their faith and understanding of God, and to share his message of hope and redemption with the world.

 

For Evans, the journey of writing "The Sin Paradox" and promoting his message has been a deeply personal one. As he states, "My goal as an author and speaker is to promote the Gospel, the Bible, and belief in God. I want to inspire others to explore their faith and develop a deeper relationship with God. Through my writing and speaking, I hope to help people find hope, redemption, and meaning in their lives."

 

With his podcast tour campaign, Donald Evans is poised to make a significant impact on the world of faith and religion. His book, "The Sin Paradox", is a powerful testament to his knowledge, insight, and faith, and is a must-read for anyone seeking to deepen their understanding of God and the Bible. Join him on his journey of hope, redemption, and faith - you won't regret it.

Evans is seeking to connect with Christian and Messianic believers, Bible students, and free thinkers who are searching for answers to some of life's biggest questions.

"The Sin Paradox" is a gripping and thought-provoking book that challenges readers to think deeply about their faith and the role of God in their lives. Drawing on the events that occurred in the Garden of Eden, Evans delves into the idea of incurring a death penalty and the cursing of creation, and offers a fresh perspective on the personal relationship with God. The book is a must-read for anyone seeking answers to important Bible questions.

As a seasoned author and speaker, Evans has been interviewed on the prestigious radio show “People of Distinction with Benjie Cole”. His expertise and passion for his subject matter are evident in every interview, where he explores topics related to faith, religion, and the Bible with clarity and insight.

For Evans, the journey of writing "The Sin Paradox" and promoting his message has been a deeply personal one. As he states, "My goal as an author and speaker is to promote the Gospel, the Bible, and belief in God. I want to inspire others to explore their faith and develop a deeper relationship with God. Through my writing and speaking, I hope to help people find hope, redemption, and meaning in their lives."

His book, "The Sin Paradox", is a powerful testament to his knowledge, insight, and faith, and is a must-read for anyone seeking to deepen their understanding of God and the Bible. Join him on his journey of hope, redemption, and faith - you won't regret it.

       Evans is seeking to connect with Christian and Messianic believers, Bible students, and free thinkers who are searching for answers to some of life's biggest questions.

          "The Sin Paradox" is a gripping and thought-provoking book that challenges readers to think deeply about their faith and the role of God in their lives. Drawing on the events that occurred in the Garden of Eden, Evans delves into the idea of incurring a death penalty and the cursing of creation, and offers a fresh perspective on the personal relationship with God. The book is a must-read for anyone seeking answers to important Bible questions.

      As a seasoned author and speaker, Evans has been interviewed on the prestigious radio show “People of Distinction with Benjie Cole”. His expertise and passion for his subject matter are evident in every interview, where he explores topics related to faith, religion, and the Bible with clarity and insight.

For Evans, the journey of writing "The Sin Paradox" and promoting his message has been a deeply personal one. As he states, "My goal as an author and speaker is to promote the Gospel, the Bible, and belief in God. I want to inspire others to explore their faith and develop a deeper relationship with God. Through my writing and speaking, I hope to help people find hope, redemption, and meaning in their lives."

His book, "The Sin Paradox", is a powerful testament to his knowledge, insight, and faith, and is a must-read for anyone seeking to deepen their understanding of God and the Bible. Join him on his journey of hope, redemption, and faith - you won't regret it.

Matthew Lin

Executive Producer

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                I was dusting off my archery skills and finding there was more dust than expected.  The target was set and 100 feet marked off.  The bow was drawn and the first shot went over the target, much to my surprise.  The next hit off to one side, another low, another the stand and so on.  Most of the arrows arrived at the target though not in the bulls eye.  Some, a few, actually missed the target completely much to my dismay.  As I was retrieving the arrows I decided to move the shooting line closer to the target.  I still did not land any in the bulls eye this round but, none of the arrows completely missed the target.  It was then I remembered some of the Hebrew I've learned of recent years. 

                The word "Torah" comes from the root "yarah" meaning to "hit the mark".  It is basically an archery based metaphor.  When you hit the target you are hitting the "mark", it is in essence "torah" / "yarah".  But when you miss the mark the word "sin" would be declared.  Sin is missing the mark.  So some of my attempts were "sin"-ful so to speak.  However, I had come up with a solution and this is what inspired this short commentary. 

                As I mentioned, I moved the firing line closer to the target.  By moving closer to the target my chance for "sin" diminished.  If you want to decrease the chance for "sin" in your life, move closer to your target.  Make Yeshua YOUR target, move closer to Yeshua, you'll have a better chance of "hitting the mark" and less of a chance for "sin".

                Much can be learned from day to day activities like archery.  More of these to come. 

Arm yourself like a man against the devil’s assaults. Curb your appetite and you will more easily curb every inclination of the flesh. Never be completely unoccupied, but read or write or pray or meditate or do something for the common good.

... Thomas à Kempis (1380-1471), Of the Imitation of Christ [1418],

Modern culture is a mighty force. It is either subservient to the gospel or else it is the deadliest enemy of the gospel. For making it subservient, religious emotion is not enough, intellectual labor is also necessary. And that labor is being neglected. The Church has turned to easier tasks. And now she is reaping the fruits of her indolence. Now she must battle for her life.

... J. Gresham Machen (1881-1937), The Princeton Theological Review, v. 11,

It is no great matter to associate with the good and gentle; for this is naturally pleasing to all, and everyone willingly enjoyeth peace, and loveth those best that agree with him.  But to be able to live peaceably with hard and perverse 
persons, or with the disorderly, or with such as go contrary to us, is a great grace, and a most commendable thing.     

 ... Thomas a Kempis (1380-1471)

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In this compelling work, I delve into an unprecedented inquiry, treating the ancient tale as a criminal
case—examining the motives, means, and elusive truth behind the guilt of Adam, Eve, and the Serpent.
Their culpability is not in question; what remains shrouded in mystery is the specific act that
transgressed the divine commands, birthing mankind’s first sin.

The repercussions of their actions reverberate throughout history, shaping humanity and all of creation;
but what could two individuals with nothing, not even garments, have committed that would cascade
into an epoch-defining transgression impacting the entirety of existence?

The Sin Paradox offers a fresh perspective, challenging the traditional narrative while engaging readers
in an intriguing examination of theological history. It presents a unique opportunity to dissect, analyze,
and contemplate the origins of humankind’s moral fabric.

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