Although Bipolar Winter is a work of fiction, much of the story is based on facts.
I began the BipolarWINTER project in 2011. BipolarWINTER tells the story of a malicious campaign waged by powerful leaders in the Seventh-day Adventist church who circumvented church rules and used political influence to evade federal laws.
They did this to punish me for leaving the church.
The campaign culminated in my being charged with, convicted of, and imprisoned for a crime based on evidence we know to be false – proof of which we expect to be affirmed by the courts. Individuals who aided SDA leaders in their crusade against me provided those church leaders the plausible deniability needed to shield them from future prosecution.
BipolarWINTER also explores possible explanations of events in the history of Christianity. Readers of BipolarWINTER will likely have questions about the story’s historical content. I provide supporting information on my blog and podcast to help readers reach their own conclusions.
I invite you to delve into the theories proposed by well-respected theologians about certain important historical events. On my blog I also post videos and links to articles that support my book’s theories. I hope the information I share prompts you to investigate the subjects discussed in BipolarWINTER.
Please do your own research and feel free to share your findings and opinions with me. If you have any questions or comments about my work and intentions, please write me. If you would simply like to see more supporting documentation for my novel’s premise, please let me know and I’ll post any information I can. Periodically, I will select a few questions to answer and expound upon in a blog entry.
BipolarWINTER is a work of fiction. I want to be clear that I am not claiming all of these events occurred exactly as I portray them.
What is fact and what is fiction? I’ll leave it up to you to decide.
Samuel David Steiner