All the Rabbis have been wrong for 2,000 years.
The Math of Christ uses the fundamental tenets of science to prove conclusively that Jesus Christ fulfilled the prophecies about the coming Messiah for all people. Predictions written centuries before the birth of Christ describe how man can identify the only valid offer of salvation and eternal life for all mankind.
True Christians already possess sufficient faith in Christ as the Messiah. This book is written for those technical people and children whose faith may be challenged by science taught in public schools.
The Math of Christ will show you how the odds of forty prophecies about the Messiah could not possibly have happened by accident, but rather had to have been the result of a purposeful design. The Father of Mathematical Probability, Dr. Emil Borel confirms that these events were no grand coincidence.
Readers will also discover how many other prophecies in the Bible have already come true, how the Bible is full of science knowledge revealed centuries before man actually discovered these facts, how the Earth was made specifically for man to live in and how life would be impossible if very minor changes were made in its existence.
Every Christian will want to read The Math of Christ to strengthen their own faith. They will also want a copy for every person they have tried to witness to and reach.
Author and lecturer, Colonel Stephen M. Bauer served longer as a Military Social Aide than anyone in the history of the White House. Under Presidents Nixon, Ford, and Carter, he was responsible for supervising the conduct of numerous social and ceremonial functions for the First Family. He later held a staff position under Presidents Reagan and Bush. His books, "At Ease in the White House" and "How to Sell to the United States Government" are based on his experiences in working for these five Presidents.
Steve retired from the Army in 1993 after 28 years of service. His military career included a variety of assignments including Infantry combat tours in Vietnam and the DMZ in Korea and a tour with the President's Honor Guard, as well as a number of positions on the business side of the Army. Steve was born in Albany, Oregon in an Army family. He was a Distinguished Military Graduate from Texas A&M in 1965 with a BBA and from George Washington University in 1975 with an MBA in Government Procurement and Contracting. During an extended period in Washington, D.C., Steve performed collateral duty as a Military Social Aide at the White House from November 1971 to September 1977. He also had a direct part in several Presidential funerals.
Steve's awards include the Presidential Service Badge, Combat Infantryman's Badge, Parachute Badge, Defense Distinguished Service Medal, Legion of Merit, Bronze Star, three Defense Meritorious Service Medals, Army Meritorious Service Medal, and two Army Commendation Medals among others. Steve and his wife Linda have two boys.
Linda and Steve co-authored "Recipes from Historic Texas", "Recipes from Historic America", "Recipes from Historic Louisiana", "Recipes from Historic Colorado", "Recipes from Historic California" and "Recipes from Historic New England". A portion of the proceeds from the Louisiana book go to hurricane relief. The National Press Club has featured several of these books at its annual author night. Steve's latest books are "The Math of Christ" and a novel, "Chameleon". The Bauers live in the Houston area. Both Steve and Linda were honored as Champions of Literacy at an event that raised over $150,000 for Literacy Advance in Houston. They also were presenters at the Metropolitan Cooking & Entertainment Show in September, 2011 along with Paula Deen, at the Reliant Center in Houston.
Steve has lectured on his White House experiences for the past 26 years, appearing on the Joan Rivers Show, the Joy Behar Show, and numerous news programs on Fox, CBS and NBC. Col Bauer has also been a featured speaker on many World Cruises, more than 30 international cruise ships, The Texas Book Festival, a variety of fundraisers for civic events, dozens of luncheon and dinner clubs, the George H. W. Bush Presidential Library, the CIA headquarters at Langley, and the Texas Legislative Wives Club.
Standard Lecture Presentation, "Social Life in the White House", can be 20 -75 minutes or longer if desired. The lecture covers anecdotes about every President from LBJ to Barack Obama.