Arlin is the author of more than 85 titles (available on Amazon Kindle, Barnes & Noble Nook, Kobo Reader, iTunes iBooks, and paperback) and 20 websites. Saved from death and hell, he is an advocate for Jesus Christ. It is duly noted that those who have not yet come face-to-face with either death or the prospect of their souls going to hell will as yet lack that passion for Jesus.
It is there in the middle where Arlin serves, helping others to come to know the real Jesus as their only hope; not because the scriptures say so, or others do, but because he experienced them both first hand.
Doubters will mock and scorn, but this is only because they do not yet know there is a God, and He reigns supreme, and His name is Jesus Christ. There is no one, and nothing but Him, and He alone that can save a person from their mistakes, an untimely death, or the penalty of hell.
Arlin was commissioned by the Lord to shift the misplaced faith of many from an expectation of a coming Antichrist, to His soon poured out glory and what that new environment will bring (see his The Christian Writings of Arlin E. Nusbaum). He walks in the spirit of his ancestor the Protomartyr and Reformer the Rev. John Rogers (1505-1555) and seeks certain reform among the body of Christ.
Q. What is the background pattern on your website?
A. It comes from a floor tile in one of the last Knights Templar castles in Jerusalem (Castellum Rouge) which was manned by Arlin’s ancestor Sir William Sinclair, 4th Baron of Rosslyn, the last family Templar in Jerusalem (1187). Castellum Rouge was located midway between Jerusalem and the River Jordan on the Plain of Sharon. They protected Christians who were making their pilgrimage to the River Jordan to be baptized where Jesus was. Castellum Rouge was stationed across from the Good Samaritan Inn that Jesus mentions in The Parable of the Good Samaritan (Luke 10:30-35).