of the Megiddo Church begins in the mid 19th century with the bold adventures of
founder, L.T. Nichols…
A man who placed
integrity above all else.
“Of what value is religion
if God is not behind it?” he asked.
“My idea,” he reasoned,
“is as worthless as the next man's—because none of us can give life to ourselves.”
And so, debunking
every creed and -ism, Nichols embarked on a life-long quest to discover true religion.
Where did he go to
find it? Only one source: the Bible.
“Either the Bible
is false,” he said, “and we should reject it, or it is what it claims to be… a
message from our Creator, written expressly for us... and we should believe and follow it.”