"The Elijah Calling" took seven years to write. It occurred to me that even though we have the same set of scriptures to read from, viewpoints are often radically different. That often
times people who read the bible filter out many of the truths contained therein, not because of the inaccuracy of the Bible, but the inaccuracy of the individual's paradigm that those facts are
I decided to do a rigorous test of the scriptures using a very robust logical review, and faithfully follow those conclusions regardless of what I had been taught. So many of the conclusions
that I came to were drastically different from what modern Christianity teaches. I began to document and test my observations to see if they could be proven or disproven. The result was
"The Elijah Calling".
This book studies the God given patterns and fractals in nature and searches for those same patterns in the scriptures while analyzing Christian and Jewish beliefs. Application of the
principal of "as above…so below" we are able to check and evaluate whether our beliefs are scripturally accurate or if they are simply man's traditions.
Christianity has bought into the myth of multiculturalism out of love…and consequently has started to reap the fruits of that seed. Could modern Christianity have adopted some unbiblical and
illogical presumptions that have created a breeding ground for deception?
The Christian's first love was and should be the truth and our end-time mandate is to restore the truth. The principal test of our generation will be over whether we love the truth or love a
lie. Those that refuse to conform to the truth will be subject to a God directed delusion sent to test the world. Both Jesus (Yeshua) and the prophets indicate that before the "Day of the
Lord" Elijah would be sent to prepare the way and to restore His people to the truth. The consequences of denying that calling are profound and cataclysmic.
Malachi 4:4, "Remember ye the law of Moses my servant, which I commanded unto him in Horeb for all Israel, with the statutes and judgments. 5 Behold, I will send you Elijah the prophet before the
coming of the great and dreadful day of the Lord: 6 And he shall turn the heart of the fathers to the children, and the heart of the children to their fathers, lest I come and smite the earth with a
The question is, "How do we check the accuracy of our beliefs?" After all Jesus (Yeshua) declares to the church of Laodicea that they need to apply "eye salve" to their eyes because they are
no longer able to discern their own state. Yeshua gives them the solution, "open the door and let me in". This is the same imagery that Elijah fulfills on Passover evening when a child is
sent to the door to call out for Elijah to come and join the Passover with those inside the house.
Ken Mentell is a theologian with over 40 years of biblical research experience. He also has over 4 years’ experience on one of the most popular religious broadcasts during the 1980’s and 1990’s,
The World Tomorrow Program. Raised as a Christian and educated with a Bachelors of Arts in Theology, he began a personal journey of discovery that led him throughout the entire bible, studying
with Rabbis for over 3 years giving a clear testimony about the redemptive work of Jesus Christ.