When asked what led him to write To Save the Love That Was Lost. Lyman Allen said, ?I wrote because I had to. It was a matter of passion I should say ?guided passion,? because I found out that I was guided, and so the book is ours, Sofia?s and mine. There was a lid on my passion: I wanted to believe that life made more sense than what we experience every day. We function from day to day, yes, but I think a lot of us live with a gut feeling of how life ought to be, and this is backed up, maybe, by a higher sense of that truth. Well I found that there is that truth, and it's in To Save the Love that Was Lost. In fact it's in the title. So, I'm offering an invitation to people to peek out from under that lid and see what they might find. I found the answer that makes sense. ?Our book is about the original message of Jesus?Christianity before it was taken over by organized faith (is that a contradiction in terms?) it's about what was intended to work for the world, how we must learn to live. I found that Jesus? lost teachings are supported by religious history of 20?even 26?centuries ago. A lot of those teachings were discovered in 1945, hidden for all that time. They never got tampered with. ?The title is from a verse deleted from a famous parable. it's a mission statement about advancing the original Christianity of Jesus?that?s the love part?and it relates directly to the fate of our planet. It turns out that my mission was to write a book about these things. The book is, in fact, a spiritual thesis supported by ancient documents, recently discovered. That might be a ?first.??
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March 26, 2008
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