Christ in us is a dream (“hope” in most Bible translations) of glory (Col. 1:27). Christ lives in us as “something” and this something, it is nothing but a dream of glory. So the meaning of life in achieving glory, that is, hype on the heavenly Internet. Heavenly…

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So the brothers and everyone else betrayed me. Like Joseph from the Bible, it did more good than harm. My torment and offences led to the fact that (after torment, hunger, offences, blows by a frying pan to my head, huge losses…

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I have a couple of scientific research projects worth a trillion (or at least hundreds of billions) dollars. Naturally, I decided that I would not do small good deeds, but would concentrate on scientific research and other large projects. An unexpected problem…

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When studying the Bible, I was guided by the principle that I should apply it personally to myself. It was a wrong principle. Once I asked God what would happen to my city, Perm (Russia), and I found a few words in…

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New Testament Commentary by a Mathematician
Whether you are a professional theologian or a new Christian convert, you will receive a unique understanding of the New Testament from this commentary written by a mathematician. New Testament Commentary by a Mathematician reveals many previously unrevealed truths from the Gospel that are revealed only through thorough study that resolves seeming contradictions in God’s word, which is 100% true.
End of Gospel
This book raises some difficult issues on contradictions in our Christian religion. There are no contradictions in Bible, but there are contradictions in the minds of most Bible readers. You need to read this book to set your mind free of contradictions.
The Theory of Jesus as the Super-Mathematician
I explain the events of the Bible by the guy Jesus having solved P/NP math problem 2000 years ago.
How is Jesus related with a wormhole.
I also explain Nibirians/annunakis and how they are related to Jesus.
The Autobiography of a Mathematician and a Religious Fanatic
The autobiography of a mathematician and a religious fanatic. The most mindblowing thing you ever read.