Part 2: Mauro Biglino is an Italian scholar of religious studies, for about thirty years he has been researching the so-called “sacred texts”, in the belief that only knowledge and direct analysis of the ancient writers’ message can lead to true and profound understanding of the religious thought expressed by humanity.
The linguistic and philological knowledge acquired through the study of Hebrew Masoretic manuscripts, as well as his knowledge of Latin and Greek , allowed Biglino to work as a translator for Edizioni San Paolo, the Vatican publishing house that eventually published 17 books from the Ancient Testament including Biglino’s interlinear literal translations from the Stuttgartensia Bible.
The 17 Books of the Ancient Testament that Mauro Biglino translated for the San Paolo Publisher include the 12 prophetes and five meghilotts
Note: Of course, this interpretation, no matter what ultimately is found to be the truth, does not negate the reality or possibility that God or an ultimate creator exists. It also does not mean a one world religion is needed or imminent.
Source of video: Sarah Westall