The Armour Institute

A Complete Survey of The Holy Books.

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The Holy Scriptures are a reliable collection of sixty-six books, written by eyewitnesses, during the lifetime of other eyewitnesses, over 1600 years, by over forty authors. They reported detailed events that took place in fulfillment of specific prophecies that are truths that stand alone and can’t be challenged. It is the source comprised of Canonical books of the Old and New Testament inspired by the Holy Spirit.

But what if there is more?

If we believe that the word of God was delivered to those witnesses, can we believe that Jesus authored a book for our reading? Did Mary? Did Phillip? Did Enoch?

Our soteriological pursuit doesn’t allow us to leave anything to chance, so we must explore these volumes, critically, and believe God to empower us with the discernment to discover what, quite frankly, may have been hidden from us.

The Armour Institute has developed a 4-Week Certificate Program that will explore the
veracity of every Holy Book connected to Christianity, and critically address why they are,
or are not, in full function in the Ecclesia. In it, we will profile through in-depth study, that if others were witnesses to Christ’s Ministry, then the authenticity of what they witnessed is worthy of our reading for perspective. Or do we let Constantine; a Roman Emperor, who after confiscating church property from African Bishops, convened the Council of Nicaea to tell us that all we needed was sixty-six books to establish a consensus that mandated uniform observance of what is now known as Catholic Canon Law?

So, were you cheated when all the other books, written by eyewitnesses, were deemed repetitive,”
and discarded into the garbage can of history?

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Class Schedule:

 Mondays | May 22nd – June 3rd | 7:00pm-9:00pm (CST)
 Registration Fee: $199

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