why are we here?

The Underground Bible: Chapter 11 - Man and Woman

The Bible gives us detailed answers to age-old questions every human being asks:

Why are we here?
Where did we come from?

If you want to believe the dreamers, then you can accept their theories, which cannot be proven. They say we came from some other planet in the universe; or perhaps we have mutated from alligators, fish. or an ape. If so then your God is an Ape, since we were made in His image.

But if you prefer truth to fiction, then the most important thing about the Bible is: the Bible has proven itself to be a factual book that has foretold, and continues to foretell, the future of the human race and the historical events on earth.

This is the basic reason the human race should accept the Bible as truth.

There is no other writing on earth, not even scientific writings, that comes near the information recorded in the Bible.

Little-by-little and year-by-year scientists of all types have astonished themselves as Biblical information that was once deemed fairy tales comes to light as dependable facts.

The accounts told to Mankind in the Bible, concerning life on earth, tells us that God created Mankind as one of the animals, and not from one of the animals. God is perfect. His use of language in the Bible doesn't need human interpretation, since the Bible interpret itself; nor has God made a single mistake explaining His creation.



The intention of this book is to remove the clutter produced by so many religious do-gooders who have intentionally, or unintentionally, camouflaged the simplicity of the Old and New testaments. In any story told, whether it is cinema, spoken, or a book, it has what is called "the narrative thread" which runs through the entire story. The job of the narrative thread is to tie all the pieces of the story together.

The Bible also has a narrative thread running through it, tying all the various writings together, so the reader can get the fullest understanding from reading the material recorded within its pages. It is this narrative thread, which has been indecently ignored by some of the greatest so-called Biblical Scholars and organized Christian Churches on earth, especially the largest mainstream sects.

Although the Bible is a book compiled over many thousands of years by many writers, the narrative thread running through it is the singular idea that there is only one God — the One God who is the only creator of Mankind and who also created the future for His creation. Therefore, the Bible can also tell us about our future: which is the central reason God produced the written document known as the Bible.

The narrative thread also reveals the coming of a singularly special human being known as the Messiah or the Christ. The Bible winds its way through interesting stories peppered with envy, fear, hatred, and deceit, and is garnished with the sweet taste of God-fearing men and women, chosen to deliver messages to Mankind exactly as their Creator revealed the messages to them. These message carriers were people known as prophets and prophetesses.

God allowed these prophets to communicate directly with His Ambassador called the Lord or the God of Israel, who is not God the Father. The Lord sent these messengers into extremely dangerous conditions. The prophets had the dubious privilege of telling Mankind what to expect in their future, which always resulted in the messengers being beaten, imprisoned, or killed.

These prophets and prophetesses would never have endured such painful benefits for their work, unless their faith in what God told them was based upon hard evidence — evidence that God could be trusted to accomplish the things promised by His prophecies concerning the future; and not evidence based on religious theories or fairy tales of grandeur.