by Brother Gregory Williams The Covenants of the gods is a detail examination of the contractual nature of the governments of men, and the methods those institutions use to increase their power and authority over men. A central theme of the book was asked by Cecil B. DeMille in the movie The Ten Commandments: “Are men the property of the state? Or are they free souls under God? This same battle continues throughout the world.” By presenting the facts and the progression of legal systems and relating them to the precepts of law passed down through that by ancient Biblical texts, the context of history, and the language and literature of men a unique perspective is unveiled. The vanity of mankind inclines him to blame others for his undesirable state, condition, or lack of liberty, when in truth the source of our decline into bondage is our own sloth and avarice. Proverbs 12:24 tells us: “The hand of the diligent shall bear rule: but the slothful shall be under tribute.” If men will be free, if they want their rights back they must first take back their responsibilities as free souls under God, for themselves, their families, and their community. If you want to know the whole truth and the ambuscade of your subjugation and the growing power of the governments of the world. The Covenants of the gods will reveal the process and the precept of that descent into slavery. “And ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free.” ~John 8:32 Binding: Softcover, spiral bound Pages: 141 Size: Large - 8.5"x11" About the Author Brother Gregory Williams is a minister with His Holy Church Married with 6 children and 11 grand children, he lives in Central Oregon. As a young man, he entered the seminary where he studied Latin, Greek and theology. In the course of his studies, he began to discover secrets hidden for centuries within ancient libraries which exposed the folly of the sophistry and superstition of the people. His quest to understand the whole truth has led him down a path of law and language, connecting the dots of history in a unique picture of bondage and freedom; discovering the problem and finding the solution.