Rod C. Davis

About

Most of my time is devoted to writing blogs, articles, books, and creating videos, and they are based upon my supernatural, paranormal, spiritual & biblical research. I frequently post the videos regarding my biblical research, which are titled, Know Your Bible, on YouTube & RodCDavis.Com. In addition to other resources, my biblical research includes the following: King James and Catholic Bibles; The Gospel of the Holy Twelve; the Gospels of the Nag Hammadi; and the Dead Sea Scrolls.

The Gospel of the Holy Twelve, formerly known as The Gospel of the Nazarenes, was discovered during the late 1870s in a Tibetan monastery, where it had been protected century after century from falsification, and is considered to be the long-lost Gospel of the Nazarenes, which was written by Jesus’ Disciples shortly after His Crucifixion. According to archaeologists, and a surprising number of scholars, this is an authentic writing. In support of that statement, the text in the Gospels of the Nag Hammadi and the Dead Sea Scrolls, which were discovered in the 1940s, has words, phrases, and concepts identical to the writings contained in the Gospel of the Holy Twelve.

The writings contained in The Gospel of the Holy Twelve, the Gospels of the Nag Hammadi, and the Dead Sea Scrolls, clearly show a non-vindictive image of God and Jesus, which is different than the writings in the books of the King James and Catholic Bibles. Because of a physical sign I received from God, I have dedicated the rest of my life to sharing that information with as many people as I possibly can. My Know Your Bible videos focus on the inconsistencies and contradictions I have found within the King James and Catholic Bibles, as they pertain to the same stories written in The Gospel of the Holy Twelve, the Gospels of the Nag Hammadi, and the Dead Sea Scrolls.