Paperback: 87 pages
Publisher: Entirely Jesus (May 24, 2019)
Product Dimensions: 5 x 0.2 x 8 inches
If She Were Not a Criminal
This small book is my true account of a Christian going through a real-life situation that mirrored something of Jesus. The title is taken from John 18:30: "If he were not a criminal, we would not have handed him over to you." But Jesus was falsely accused by Jews, and so was I, and I was treated like a criminal, though the accusations against me were false, and the outcome was predetermined by a Triumvirate-style alliance between a Jewish lawyers, a cowardly Gentile lawyer, and a corrupt judge.
This short but true story is intended to encourage God's people to endure, even if it takes decades of fierce trials and loss. The names have not been changed; it took place in Chattanooga, Tennessee in 2000. This book is large 14 pt. print. (Also available as an e-book.)
Within the "Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion", the elite Jews boast: "Under our influence, the laws of the Gentiles have been obeyed as little as possible. The prestige of their laws has been undermined by liberal ideas, which have been introduced by us into their midst. The most important questions, both political and moral, are decided by the Courts of Justice in whatever manner we prescribe. The Gentile administrator of justice looks upon cases in whatever light we choose to expose them. This we accomplished by means of our agents and people with whom we appear to have no connection. . ."
May the reader decide if this is what happened to me before a Jewish lawyer who heavily influenced a Gentile judge to destroy justice for me, and cast me down to utter condemnation, when only my cause
was clearly in the right.