Our presentations rely on the study of copious primary sources, dedicated writing, and top notch production. Some material leans toward more traditional presentations of biblical material, exegesis, and expository preaching. Some projects focus on obscure details and setting the record straight on many long-held but often inaccurate beliefs and practices. We rely on material spanning from the early church to modern history. To date Evangelist Nick Garrett is responsible for having put forward several well evidenced theories, and having made two undocumented previously unknown discoveries.
Garrett created the trademark "Truth First Christianity" series. Books and theological position papers provide the bulk of Garrett's material. The "Just Tell Me the Truth About" Christian books can be purchased on amazon. Evangelist Nick also produces videos on material from the books and theological position papers for presentation on social media platforms. These videos are available in different formats and across different platforms
To separate the objective and factual from the subjective and traditional for the benefit of our faith. Truth First Christianity aims to turn over every rock in the pursuit of truth. The privilege of working to determine the absolute truths of the Christian faith is immeasurable, rewarding, and entertaining.
This section displays research papers for use in Evangelist Nick Garrett Books and Videos. Please download for critical review and reply by email.
Christianity On Day 1 - The New Christian History of the Church (Part 1) (docx)Download
"Jasher, the Book of the Righteous One! A Theory" (docx)Download
Joint Declaration on the Doctrine of Justification (pdf)Download
Is the Return of Jesus Christ imminent (docx)Download
Top 10 Christians Not One of Us Could Live Without. Catholic or Protestant (docx)Download
In addition to the view of well-respected scholars that Damietta Egypt was the destination of the seventh crusade, records translated into English reveal Alexandria, Egypt to be the original destination of the crusaders.
The Roman Catholic Church has long held that Eusebius from Caesarea wrote the Ecclesiastical History of the Church. However, he died in 310, before the Council of Nicaea, and before Constantine's reign. Eusebius of Nicomedia was the actual author but the Church did not want the history of the Church in his hands because he was a Oneness Modalist and not a Trinitarian. So they played a little switcharoo.
We can identify the 12 apostles, the first 7 deacons, and the 70 disciples
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