The Basileia Code
A Breakthrough in Understanding What Comes Next
About the Book
What did Jesus mean when he said “many are called, but few are chosen”? Why are there so many different denominations and divisions in the church world? Have our scholars learned everything there is to know about the Bible? Has God really hidden truth in his Word for our time? Are you ready for what will happen next in the schedule of cosmic events?
Get ready for the journey of a lifetime through the hidden mysteries of the Word of God. Solomon put it so well when he wrote, “Wisdom is the principal thing; therefore get wisdom: and with all thy getting get understanding” (Prov. 4:7). But do wisdom and understanding just drop into our laps, or do we have to take some sort of action to acquire them?
This book will provide an amazing new understanding of Jesus’s teachings on salvation and eternity, as well as other Bible prophecy specific to the times in which we now live. You don’t have to fear what comes next. When you apply The Basileia Code to the prophecies of old, you will begin to unlock new meaning in the messages recorded in the Word of God thousands of years ago.
Jesus made it clear that salvation is free and easy to receive. But if this is true, why does it seem there are so many mandates to follow in order to stay saved? Where do my works fit in? What is the meaning of this life in relation to eternity? In other words, why am I here? What really happens when this temporal existence is over? How can I prepare myself in this life for my place in the next?
About the Author
Rev. Doug Clanton is the founding pastor of Reconciling Pentecostal Assembly (RPA) in Phoenix, AZ. He has served there as Senior Pastor since 2001. He is also the Founder and Presbyter Emeritus of Reconciling Pentecostals Int’l (RPI), a worldwide fellowship of ministers and churches since 2000. Pastor Clanton also founded RPA College (RPAC), an institute for ministerial training based at RPA, Phoenix, AZ. He continues to serve as Director of this college of ministry.
Rev. Clanton is a graduate of Christian Life College in Stockton, CA. He holds a baccalaureate degree in theology from this institution, as well as several other degrees including one in education from College of the Redwoods, and a science degree from Foothill College in Los Altos Hills, CA. He is also a graduate of the Medical Dosimetry program at Stanford University Medical Center.
A prolific songwriter, Pastor Clanton’s song, “It Doesn’t Matter” was recorded by Bishop Paul Morton and Bishop T.D. Jakes, and was part of the project, “HE-MOTIONS”, nominated for a Grammy in 2005. This particular song has been recorded by many other prominent gospel artists as well.
Called to ministry at a very young age, he served at multiple churches as Minister of Music and Associate Pastor before launching out as an evangelist, traveling for many years from coast to coast, and also preaching in several venues outside the country.
In addition to ministering in RPA, RPAC, and in RPI, Pastor Clanton continues to travel, preaching in campmeetings, conferences and select churches around the country as time permits. It is his fervent desire to preach from the “housetops” those things the Spirit of God has whispered in secret. He earnestly believes this is the mandate of the end-time seekers of the Kingdom of God.