New website "An Early Christian's Perspective on the Mysteries of the Rosary"

New Website devoted to An Early Christian's Perspective on the Mysteries of the Rosary
For those interested, we are just putting the finishing touches on a new website entitled "An Early Christian's Perspective on the Mysteries of the Rosary"

This new website, which is based on the monumental work of Greg Biltz, explores how the early Jewish-Christians would have viewed the Mysteries of the Rosary, along with unveiling the prophecies and signs in the Scriptures pointing to the coming of Christ.

In addition, through his extensive studies of the various Jewish Feasts and religious customs, along with studies of the Jewish Temple Priest rotation Calendar from 4BC to 70AD, he has come to some very fascinating conclusions.

For example, through his studies he has concluded that Jesus was born on September 13th, 2BC (the Feast of Tabernacles), and that Jesus died on the Feast of Passover, April 3rd, 33AD.

In addition he has also concluded that John the Baptist was born on Passover, March 20, 2BC, noting how the Jews always leave a place for Elijah at the table, as in Jewish custom and tradition he is believed to return on a Passover.

This and much more is presented in the new An Early Christian's Perspective on the Mysteries of the Rosary website! Please feel free to stop by the new website and share your own perspectives by leaving a comment or two regarding all of the interesting information presented there.

3 comments:

Ennoh said...

Thanks for letting us know about this website Glenn. I've had a quick look and it looks quite fabulous. I have a lot more reading to do, and so much more to learn!

Robert R. said...

Dear Glenn.

What a wealth of information and details, distilled, concise, easy to read and absorb. Everything you wanted to know at your finger tips. How wonderful that you got to publish this with the author's name, as his humility may have detracted from the article ( a no-name article may not be viewed as creditable...). Similar information has come from the Blessed Anne Catherine Emmerich, who's information on the manner of how the image came to be on the Holy Shroud was something that the world has many opinions on. Her explaination makes it even more wondrous and awe inspiring...!

Robert. R.

Glenn Dallaire said...

Hi Ennoh and Robert,
Thanks for your comments!
Glenn Dallaire

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