CINCINNATI - Tom Bosse
Cincinnati — Christian author Tom Bosse anticipates skepticism from non-believers regarding the Trinity will soon diminish making the evolution theory and other convictions obsolete.
Now that the onetime mystery that long stigmatized Christianity no longer exists, the author of “The Unveiling of the Trinity” expects skeptics and world religious groups who once opposed the Church’s most important doctrine, to revist, reevaluate and accept the new evidence.
“When you find how God’s creation makes much more sense than the scientific theories of evolution, there is no comparison between the two.” Bosse says, “You become aware how a world of several million years is full of deceptions.”
Bosse, an evangelical lay minister from the Cincinnati area, spent ten plus year teaching on the topic, until he was afforded the revelation to the Trinity in the very last month of the Twentieth Century.
“This is a topic that intrigued me since a young age” Bosse declared. “If it is in the Bible, why then is it a mystery? The truth is, Trinity passages appear throughout both Old and New Testaments and that perhaps is the reason it became labeled a mystery. The revelation to the Trinity did not come overnight, but over a three-year period. Those revelations cumulated and documented into a book form and has made the Trinity one of the simplest of all Christian doctrines to understand. ”
Bosse plans to make his lifelong quest that of changing humanity’s preconceived ideas regarding how they now view the Trinity.
“Not only is this new revelation something the world needs to hear, but many of our pastors and church leaders are falling away at an alarming rate to other teachings. This understanding of the Trinity will clarify and fortify their understanding of the Word of God and the reason they became ministers in the first place.”
Bosse added, “God is not sitting upon a throne in heaven, unconcerned with what is happening here on earth. He made man in His own image and humanity is His first concern. He loves non-believers and evolutionists as well as religious. He sent His only begotten Son to die, not only for the Christian, but also for all humanity. His salvation is unconditional, but it is provisional. What I am saying is what the Bible says; that salvation is available only through the one who made salvation possible—Jesus, the Son of God.”
“With prayer, the name of Jesus and the mention of God forbidden in schools today, all being taught is evolution and that is what children are brought up to believe. They only hear the one side. Now they can hear the other side and decide for themselves what is more convincing and I am sure it will be an eye-opener for most.”
Bosse is optimistic this revelation will soon spread throughout all the church denominations and replace the Nicene Council’s “Doctrine of the Trinity” from AD 325, which still teaches the mystery.
“The sooner we get this teaching accepted inside the church pulpits, the sooner we will begin reaping converts, instead of losing them over to other religions. I believe we are on the verge of revival in Christianity such as not seen since the days of the Book of Acts. However, everything resides in the hands of the Church leaders. They can suffocate this revelation and pass a mystery on to the next generation, or teach it to their people and remove the stigma from Church doctrine. May God give them direction and wisdom.”