About the Author
Brother Gregory was born in America in 1948. His father was a practicing attorney, and his mother the daughter of Norwegian immigrant. He grew up in southeast Texas attending private school.
As a young man, he entered the seminary where he studied Latin, Greek, and theology. In the course of his studies he began to understand the unique purposes and practices of the early Church. Pieces of the puzzle have been concealed for centuries in ancient libraries, obscured by the bias of historians, covered by imposed doctrines and dogmas of men, forgotten by the distractions of modern society until the simple truth of the Gospel of the Kingdom of God at hand became the hidden secrets of the ancients.
That quest for truth has given him an insightful perception of the modern doctrines established by the opinions of today's churches. A comparison of the activities of the early Church and the words of Christ with what we see today in modern christianity creates a conflict in the hearts and minds of people that are willing to challenge orthodox and reformer alike. His in depth examination of law, history, and the language used by the prophets presents an iconoclastic eschatology of the Gospel and the scriptures that has and is turning the world upside down again.
Looking at all things anew a unique view of the message offered by the prophets of the Old and New Testaments, the Gospels of the Kingdom and the righteousness of God is revealed in his examination of the rituals and rites of pure religion of the ancient and early Churches.
From the provisions of Nimrod to the bondage of Egypt, to the election of Saul to the anointing of Christ and appointment of the Church, no stone is left unturned in the quest for the truth.
The historical and detailed contrast to the modern teachings and a richer view of his examination of facts and the ancient text both give rise to questions and their answers concerning the modern coercive religions of the world, the present corban compared to that of the Pharisees and Rome that made the word of God to none effect, the revelation of who the present fathers of the earth are, and the identity of the gods many spoken of by Paul, leaves no area of modern church teachings untouched. His exposure of modern misconceptions concerning the fullness of the Gospel and the activities and history of the early Church and the Old Testament prophets contribute to a dismantling of the altars of superstition and peels away the the scales and fallacies of a fatuous faith.
Gregory is the author of several books, dozens of pamphlets, audio and video recordings. He has appeared on numerous radio and television programs, including CNNi, and is a regular contributor to NewsWithViews.com. He has pursued and preached the Gospel of the Kingdom of God at hand, the righteousness of the perfect law of liberty and the right and responsibility to be ruled by God for half a century and continues to travel the highways and by ways delivering this ancient message of salvation for the people of these modern times.
His controversial books include The Covenants of the gods, Thy Kingdom Comes, The Free Church Report, The Higher Liberty, and Contract, Covenants and Constitution. They were written to lead men back to the Way, the Kingdom of God, and are offered for free on the Living Network to bring man’s relationship with the God and the gods of the “world” into the new perspective the light of Christ.
Married in 1973, he is the Father of six children with a growing number of grandchildren. He now lives near Summer Lake, Oregon, where he continues to care for his family, overseeing the formation and edification of the Church established by Christ in the hearts and minds of those who will seek the Kingdom of God and His righteousness with their whole heart, mind, and soul.
How may we become free souls under God?
We must repent and seek the kingdom of God and His righteousness. We must forgive so that we may be forgiven and we must give of ourselves so that we may be
given. We must give up our lives to have life more abundant.
What is His righteousness?
The Greek word translated into righteousness dikaiosune from the word dikaios righteous or just. The word "dikaiosune" is defined as the “state of him
who is as he ought to be, righteousness, the condition acceptable to God. (More Q&A>>>)