thousands years!


Bio at battan of this paple.        

We are presenting a formula that will help us with our relationships one-to-one. People resent authority mentally, physically, and spiritually (1.2.3!). We suggest that we have a formula with a Father, a Son, and a Holy Spirit as a "Family Firm Formula!


 Phil-os, Aga-pe, Par-ak-lay-tos!

Notice: The word "love" (eros) should have

never been put into the New Testament!

Agape is not Greek! It is Turkish & Hebrew! Don't be "Shaken out"!

There is a difference between God's Love and man's (Greek) love.

"The Son of God", talking to the Father, saying "My I?"  (He was  "obedient unto death.") John 1:1; Phil. 2:9. Because of the Father's decision (John 3:16), He (Jesus) became "The Son of Man!" Jesus will soon be King of kings and Lord of lords! Re. 19:16! Amen! (He is not a "Father" yet.)  


Just to start your thinking about The Bible, remember that Jesus was born, died, and ascended to Heaven before year 50 A.D. The Authors (The 8 Apostles, including Paul) of the New Testament Bible wrote and finished them before the year 100 A.D. The Writers (the Fathers) copied and maintained the Authors' Manuscripts as the Holy Spirit gave it to them. However, one of the writers added the Greek word “eros” as a heresy. It was accepted and written in the Bible.   

Start again with the idea of a pope with the word “Father”: Agape! God's Prophesies continues in 2000 A.D!  Amen!



"But the Comforter, which is the Holy Ghost, whom the Father will send in my name, he shall teach you all things and bring all things to your remembrance, whatsoever I have said unto you."—John 14:26.


Deuteronomy 4:2

Ye shall not add unto the word which I command you, neither shall ye diminish ought from it, that ye may keep the commandments of the Lord your God which I command you.     


Mat 4:4.

4 But he answered and said, It is written, Man shall not live by bread alone, but by every word that proceedeth out of the mouth of God.


2 Timothy 2:15-16 KJV

15 Study to shew thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of  truth. 16 But shun profane and vain babblings: for they will increase unto more ungodliness.



This concept of “love“ was given to me at Oakwood Collage (now "Oakwood University") by Dr. C. Roger, the Professor of the Greek New Testament class in 1948. The question was "Why do the three Greek words  for love in the The New Testament include EROS?" Recently, my statement  became "Love (eros) in the Greek New Testament Bible, is not there correctly". I found it latter in a Protestant Book in this Website: “Beyond Belief" by E. H. ‘Jack’ Sequeira;  “The word eros does not appear in the New Testament at all”.  I accept. The word love "(eros) does not appear in the New Testament at all".


Please notice the three colors:  Blue - The Father; Red - Jesus; and  Green - Holy Spirit (A Father?)  representing Their relationships  mentally, physically, and spiritually. Please forgive. Sometimes we (ME!) will hit the wrong character while typing. Please take the Holy Spirit, and make the changes. We are "not moving Jesus out", but "holding on until my change comes!"Jt

Obtain these special books and lay them near your hand: (1) a English New Testament Bible, (2) Have a Greek New Testament Dictionary, or Greek Word Study Book, or even use the Strong’s Exhaustive Concordance of the Bible. (3) Most English Dictionaries may have the words we need. Use one. We use two or three! the American Heritage College Dictionary; the Random House College Dictionary; and The Free Dictionary. 

Many etymologic words are used in many languages. Here are some in the Greek's "Strong's Greek Dictionary of the New Testament" words and concept thoughts.   This word, love, is in the Strong’s Exhaustive Concordance of the Bible.

 1.     Please find the seventy-sixth  page. Look at the 5384th  word: f i l - os .  Notice that "fil" starts with number 5358 to 5390. In fact, Fil is like the English "Preposition". It seems that fil indicates relationships combined with a noun or pronoun (its object) to form a modified word. For instance, number 5358, fil- agaqos, love of good men. or, fil-antoslove of self.


   "Phil-os" is like a piece of "wood". You can talk to "it", but "it" cannot answer. "It" is not like human (blood) and its thought’s relationship is unconditional: "IT" cannot change mentally, physically, nor spirituallyPhilos is as a one way street going down without authority.  It is affection toward the created [(God can have for man, but not man for God) 1 John 4:10]. It is love for the inanimate: stamps, country, wooden gods, etc., - It has no authority than its creator.  No preferences or self-satisfaction involved. Not given to enemies, but to friends ONLY and is referred to as a general love. It is non-intoxicating. Trust is not primarily necessary and is dependent on its source. When used with affection, it is comparable to passion. With   Fil-oV, Greeks were good statesmen, sportsmen, etc. Human attributes of communication may be given.



If you did not have Greek New Testament language, you would not know that "love" (eros) was given as an heresy; but it was given anyway!  


What now? Would it be like going to Church on Sunday? or Friday? or any day? or of any change of any thing, but it was given anyway! I, too, wrote it in respect, and will explain it in this website.


2-1.   The word “er-os” was not in the "original" New Testament until after 111 AD. The attributes, “philos” and  "agape” are there. This concept, eros, of man was created for Jesus' birth and death (passion) only! Jesus' first word was "I  Am Here"! The next word was "Take care of Me as a baby!" (Positioned as One).  However…

      "Er-os" is like a “person”. You can talk to him and he will communicate one to one.  Like yourself, he is human (blood) and your thought’s relationship is equally conditional ("If you love me…”). Each person have choices; mentally, physically, and spiritually. Er-os is a two way street going across! Affections are for each other equally (including Jesus or the devil). Primarily, relationships are for human kind. Authority is inherent and its source began with his birth. With Er-oV, the preferences, satisfactions and spiritualized relationships can be changed by choice or chicanery. Even an enemy can intoxicate you. Trust is dependent on its source.    

The Special Effect of Eros (Greek love).

Notice: This was copied from many places.*

There is nothing very educational in saying that everyone has a desire to be mentally content, physically relaxed and spiritually satisfied. We are born with it. As we grow, we learn to elicit from others the responses that make and keep us pleased. At times, the desire and its satisfaction leaves us intoxicated. Kittel says that this is what the Greek sought through eros. Normally we have associated the erotic with sex, but although the complete sex cycle of mating is included, the subliminal implications of this word's power is seldom discussed. "It is a god, and he is powerful even above the gods... All the forces of heaven and earth are forces of second rank compared with the one and only supreme power of eros. No choice is the man who is seized by its tyrannical omnipotence, and he finds supreme bliss in being mastered by it.... Creative eros stands at the heart of the fertility rites and prostitution flourishes in the temples of the great goddesses...Eros is an ecstasy which transports man beyond rationality...Eros is the love that brings forth, creates, and gives life. It is the love that appeals to mental, physical and spiritual comfort. When this god takes full possession of either one or all three faculties, it becomes an enemy to agape.

(Eros is Greek. The same word is Sex in Latin.)
The esoteric reason for sex worship violated the second and third Commandments of the Ten Commandments. Some of the signs, symbols and repetitious rhythms of the temple goddesses can still be heard in many places. Suggestive dances of the gods in the act of creation along with the music and ceremonial union of the sexes are not restricted to the dance hall. That which we call Spirit moving us, just may be the urging of spiritualized eros impelling us toward the super sensual. The work of the Holy Spirit (The Comforter!) is to guide us into all truth; not to lead us into intoxication. It is not the work of the Holy Spirit to "put an end to all reflection" and set "all the senses in a frenzy in order to lift man above himself". It is the intoxication of eros! Many times we do things because we are caught up by that emotional impact. Everything we do under an emotional influence is not bad, but care should be taken in doing good things. For instance, we feel good when we give our heart to God under an emotional influence. We feel that we have pleased God by making Him feel happy. And this is true. All heaven rejoices over one sinner that repents. However, many times, it is the intoxication of the moment that has impelled us toward a "happiness high", because we feel good too. Consequently because it was not the Spirit of God's sober urging, all too often, after the "high" is over, we fall back into the sin. When you have made a commitment to God through the Holy Spirit, a sober minded, rational choice of making His preference first, He will help you resist the intoxication of eros and lift you by the power of agape, above that influence that seeks self-satisfaction through another power

* (In conclusion, look for...) G. KITTEL, THEOL. DICT. NT. V.1 P. 35-37 & V. 9 P. 119-123.  K.  S. Wuest, Wuest's Word Studies Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Com  Grand Rapids, Michigan Volume Three GOLDEN NUGGETS. pg. 50-53  p.22..


Yes, the word "love" (eros) was not written in the original text of the

 New Testament Bible by Jesus, Paul or John the Revelation!

Here is a "List of Heresies" after 110 A.D. and before

300 A.D.!*


One of The Catholic Church writers of the New Testament , Origen, #1. added "eros" (love),  #2. made Peter bigger, and #3. deleted the word "agape"!  After that time, "The Roman Church and the Catholic Church" added the Greek New Testament Bible latter at the Council of Nicene.

(by Jt. 8-17-2012)


In 325 the Council of Nicene settled the issue by saying that the trinity is one substance and three persons.


Marcion of Sinope[pronunciation?] (Greek: Μαρκίων[1] Σινώπης), (c.85 – c.160) was a bishop in early Christianity, who died around 160 A.D,(?) realized how futile it was simply to substitute eros for agape. Instead, he did something much more clever and dangerous.  Using arguments from Greek logic, he combined the concept of agape with the idea of eros and produced a synthesis which he called, in Latin, caritas. (This is the source of our English word “charity,” which is the word the King James Version of the Bible most often uses to translate agape.)





Next, Origen, who died in 254 A.D., actually altered John’s sublime statement, “God is love [agape]” to “God is love



(Please notice that "God is love [agape]' to "God is love [eros]"  is incorrect! It should  have been written "God is agape", and not changed by Origen to "God is love (eros)". Jt.


Christendom accepted Augustine’s formulation, and caritas became the key definition of divine and Christian love in Roman Catholic theology.


*(Lean more at this web site at Fish -> List of Heresies.)

Here we see that the Roman Catholic Church has long claimed that it altered the Sabbath from Saturday to Sunday in the year 336 A.D. That was certainly not apostolic times, as the Pope states in his Apostolic Letter. (see:  look at the Lords Day).
The Old Testament words (and thoughts) for "love" was taken with Jesus to The Sanctuary Services System in Heaven. Before He left earth, He gave His Church  "The Comforter!". It would seem that "The Comforter!" (love?) would help us with our "agape". 

 And behold, the veil of the temple was torn in two from top to bottom. Matt. 27:51.

The Foundation of God stands with The Comforter's Power from Calvary. Amen!

"Greek Love (eros)" is not "The Comforter's ()"!


2-2  Please notice the change. It is nice to notice another "love" word in the Strong’s Exhaustive Concordance of the Bible: Agape.

Please find the seventh page. Notice the 26th word: a g  a  p e.  See that "a g" starts with number 13 to 75. In fact, most, if not all a g in the New Testament Bible shows that the person has been given position and has been given authority as a King or Lord, good or bad. They are the ones in authority who like to give good (bad) things.

Now look in the American Heritage College Dictionary and find the word “a g a - p e”    1. Generally it means: "n. “Christianity Love as revealed in Jesus, seem as spiritual and selfless. 2. Love that is spiritual, not sexual in its nature”.  Further on up on the Dictionary's page, we find “a g a”, where you learn that the word means "a title for a male civil or military leader, esp. in Turkey".

At another Dictionary,   ag a means: A high official of the Ottoman Empire. {Turkish ag a, “lord.”}  Ag a is a Turkish word? Yes. King? Yes. One who has been given Authority? Yes. And Yes, he has been given Position. With these attributes he (man) now has Power! And he may not be God. He may be an angel or even Satan! In fact, the word agape was been used for at least 599 years before Jesus' birth. It was not just for "God", but any person who has been given (1)Position: King, Lord, king, lord!    (2) Responsibility and (3) Power!

#2-2 Aga-pe is like “A King” or A Official of the Ottoman Empire [Turkish aga. “Lord.”] “A Head Turkish Soldier. He is communicative as a person and as a god (Greek, Eros). Our thoughts are un-equally conditioned. Each person has a choice to accept his thoughts and actions as he wishes. Aga-pe is a two way street going up (obedience) and down!  (receiving blessings).  Respect toward the authority receives acceptance. Trust is a primary necessity. Aga-pe’s one-ness is the goal mentally, physically and spiritually.         

Most words  in the English New Testament Bible had special  references of thoughts.                       Try John 21:15-17 (KJV).

15 So when they had dined, Jesus saith to Simon Peter, Simon, son of Jonas, lovest (aga-pe) thou me more than these? He saith unto him, Yea, Lord; thou knowest that I love (philos) thee. He saith unto him, Feed my lambs.

16 He saith to him again the second time, Simon, son of Jonas, lovest (agape) thou me? He saith unto him, Yea, Lord; thou knowest that I love (philos) thee. He saith unto him, Feed my sheep.

17 He saith unto him the third time, Simon, son of Jonas, lovest (philos) thou me? Peter was grieved because he said unto him the third time, Lovest thou me? And he said unto him, Lord, thou knowest all things; thou knowest that I love (philos) thee. Jesus saith unto him, Feed my sheep.

Notice this thought. Jesus: "Simon, do you love me as a King (aga-pe)? Will you do what I say?" Peter: "Yes Sir, I love you (philos)! You are my Best Friend"!

Jesus: "Simon, you love me as a KING (agape)?  You who will do what I SAY?" Peter: "Yes, Sir, I love you (philos). You are my Best, Best Friend!"

Jesus: "Simon, do you love me as a Best Friend? (philos) who will die upside down for me?" Peter: "Now listen! I have just said that You are my Best, Best Friend. What else can I say. You are my Best Family Friend. I love you (philos).

And he did.


agape - origin of the agape (Wikipedia).

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So far as the Jerusalem community was concerned, the common meal appears to have sprung out of the koinōnía or communion that characterized the first days of the Christian church (compare Act_1:14; Act_2:1 etc.). The religious meals familiar to Jews - the Passover being the great type - would make it natural In Jerusalem to give expression by means of table fellowship to the sense of brotherhood, and the community of goods practiced by the infant church (Act_2:44; Act_4:32) would readily take the particular form of a common table at which ... Read more here: » Agape: Encyclopedia II - Agape - Origin of the Agape.


There was a time when the scholars who dealt with the original text of the New Testament regarded its Greek as a special Holy Ghost language, prepared under divine direction for the scripture writers (Fathers). When the fallacy of this conception began to grow evident, two opposing schools developed. The Hebraists contended that the Septuagint and the New Testament were written in a Biblical Greek, dominated largely by Hebrew or Aramaic modes of expression: the Purists contended that they represented variations of the classical Attic. But beginning with Winer in 1825 there came a revolution in the views of New Testament scholarship relative to this matter.

As a result of the labors of Deissmann in Germany, Moulton in England, and Robertson in America all question has been removed from the conclusion that New Testament Greek is simply a sample of the colloquial Greek of the first century: i.e., the Koine Greek. The inspired writers (Fathers) of the New Testament wrote in the ordinary language of the masses, as might have been expected.

A Manual Grammar of the Greek New Testament by H>E>Dana, Th.d.Nd   Julius R. Mantey, Th.D , Dd New York  THE MACMILLAN COMPANY 1949  pg 9. THE GREEK the NEW TESTAMENT                             

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For other uses, see Agape (disambiguation).

Agape (pron.: /ˈæɡəpiː/[1] or /əˈɡɑːpeɪ/; Classical Greek: γάπη, agápē; Modern Greek: αγάπη IPA: [aˈɣapi]) is one of the Koine Greek words translated into English as love, one which became particularly appropriated in Christian theology as the love of God or Christ for humankind. In the New Testament, it refers to the covenant love of God for humans, as well as the human reciprocal love for God; the term necessarily extends to the love of one’s fellow man.[2] Many have thought that this word represents divine, unconditional, self-sacrificing, active, volitional, and thoughtfullove.[citation needed]. Although the word does not have specific religious connotation, the word has been used by a variety of contemporary and ancient sources, including Biblical authors and Christian authors. Greek philosophers at the time of Plato and other ancient authors have used forms of the word to denote love of a spouse or family, or affection for a particular activity, in contrast to Philia (an affection that could denote friendship, brotherhood or generally non-sexual affection) and eros, an affection of a sexual nature. Thomas Jay Oord has defined agape as "an intentional response to promote well-being when responding to that which has generated ill-being."[3]

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So, to use this word, agape (aga-pe), you first have to accept the position of a person, or a group, who has been given “Title” and “Authority”; like a King, or High Official who can give all that is necessary for you to receive any positive benefices. No Authority, no benefices. No benefices, no Authority. As you give respect to Authority (aga-pe!),  reciprocation is continues.  It would be nice to say to him “Thank you!”  My friend (and enemies, too?) that is the Agape (aga-pe) Experience!

Now you understand “agape” (aga-pe), not as a child, but as a man, including THE MAN, JESUS! Amen! (1 Cr. 13)  ---



...additional to agape...

Please notice that "aga" and "lord (King)" were given to those who received authority. These titles were given to those who were chosen with two percent of three persons with in acceptance of the program, or, by conquest. For example, by choice: A President is chosen by two out of three (%) where the third person is chosen to be the leader; or, by conquest of war; or both,  as of the U.S. President's Campaign. These are people who were given authority


...additional to agape...

 With this title and authority, he could help others as a "aga"; a feudal form leader. Where this word, "aga-pe" is given, the person who has this title has Authority (mentally), Power of Authority (physically), desire  Choice of Other's of Authority, (spiritually), not chance.

Notice: Our concept of God, of His Love, and of our Family form with Him, and even of the Devil, too, has connection with our thoughts. 


...additional to agape...  

Even The Father was given permission by The Son of God and of The Holy Spirit for Him to be a Family Firm Creator!  "Aga-pe" was put together by The Godhead saying, "Do what I say by my mouth, [aga-pe(h)] for I have been given Permission  (mentally), Position (physically), and  Power (spiritually). I have Absolute Authority!" John 14:15 and Exodus 20:2-17.


...additional to agape...   

In the Greek New Testament Dictionary in page 13 to 28 suggests that the word "aga" shows good relationships of the Leader (King/Lord/Father) for those who are given respect, obedience and  reciprocity. For instance in 1 Corinthians  13. It starts with a person (male), a "lord relationship"  (A) who is willing to listen to others (B) who give respect and receives obedience (1).


...additional to agape...

 It is nice to know that it (aga) started in Heaven where Jesus talks to the Father (John 1:1). The conversation continued with Jesus (The Son) asking the Father to LET HIM become man. The Reciprocity was not finished until YOU have accepted His blood on Calvary. At begins with your own Authority given to the one that you LOVE. At ends with Authority. YOURS! Have you accepted him? As MAN? You don't know? Then ask Him.



To think more about ag-a-pe, we still need more etymologic words. And it is always nice to see another picture of the same “house” at another angle. The same picture at another “place”.  


1.  (aga)  (a-ga) Also a-gha. n. Used as a title for a male civil...leader, esp. in Turkey.


2.   In English, notice the word "lord (lord) n. A man of high rank in a feudal society or in one that retains feudal forms and institutions,  esp.: a. A king. b. ...


3.   King (king) n. A male sovereign (in this case, JESUS!).


4.   pe (pa) n. The 17th letter of the  Hebrew alphabet. [Heb. pe <Phocnician *pe, "mouth", 17th letter of the Phoenician alphabet.]           The American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language 2004; pg. 25; pg. 817, and pg.  1023.


Now it is complete! "If you agape me (If you accept me as a King talking with MY OWN MOUTH), do what I say." It has been suggested that the word “Agape” and the words "Father's Authority” have the same meaning mentally, physically and spiritually. Amen!

"And God said, "Let us make man (ADAN!; generic), in our image (mentally; our thoughts), after our likeness (physically; including The Blood of Jesus), and let them have dominion (spiritually; from Our Authority)  over..." Gen. 1:26




At the same time and at the same place, Jesus was given to the Disciples

"The Comforter!"

.NOT  LOVE (Greek eros)!

 No Money, No Sex,


 No Intoxication!

  See "Self-flagellation" in this site"

"The relationship for  man's 'sin'"  and "The relationship with Jesus' blood" went with The Primary Priest (Jesus) to The Sanctuary Services in Heaven. Amen! "Eros" should have never been put in the New Testament because "The Comforter!" had come!

COMFORTER is a title of the Holy Spirit, translanting the Greek term parakletos, used four times in Jesus' parting talk with his disciples, John 14:16, 26; 15:26; 16:7.  Jerome left it untranslated in the Latin Vulgate, and the word has passed into the English language as "Paraclete".  Wyclif translated it as "coumfortour," however Tyndale as "comforter." It was capitalized in the Geneva Bible and KJ.   

The Greek word parakletos is translated "advocate" in 1John 2:1, where it is applied to Jesus Christ himself. It means one who is called; Bishop Samuel Hinds wrote that the call may be "for any purpose of need, whether to strengthen, to console, to guide, to instruct, to plead and intercede for, or otherwise to aid." As applied to the Holy Spirit, RSV translates it "Counselor."

Ronald Bridges and L. A. Welgle The Bible Word Book Thomas Nelson & sons

NEW YORK  1960 pg. 74

The Plan of Salvation
          Sorrow filled heaven as it was realized that man was lost and that the world which God had created was to be filled with mortals doomed to misery, sickness, and death, and that there was no way of escape for the offender. The whole family of Adam must die. I then saw the lovely Jesus and beheld an expression of sympathy and sorrow upon His countenance. Soon I saw Him approach the exceeding bright light which enshrouded the Father. Said my accompanying angel, "He is in close converse with His Father." The anxiety of the angels seemed to be intense while Jesus was communing with His Father. Three times He was shut in by the glorious light about the Father, and the third time He came from the Father we could see His person. His countenance was calm, free from all perplexity and trouble, and shone with a loveliness which words cannot describe. He then made known to the angelic choir that a way of escape had been made for lost man; that He had been pleading with His Father, and had obtained permission to give His own life as a ransom for the race, to bear their sins, and take the sentence of death upon Himself, thus opening a way whereby they might, through the merits of His blood, find pardon for past transgressions, and by obedience be brought back to the garden from which they were driven. Then they could again have access to the glorious, immortal fruit of the tree of life to which they had now forfeited all right.

Ellen G. White Early Writings. Ch.2, pg.126 also (Review and Herald Publishing Association. 1963). Ch. 2. pg. 149.

The  Family in Heaven and the Family on Earth should have the same psychodynamics. Even as a business, there are rules for those who wish to work together.


The Family Relationship for "The Son" towards the "Father" is the same respect, obedience and reciprocity that we should have for each other, man to man. This is the same relationship that we should have towards Jesus as a man, a man like us, not for God, but for man towards man. The relationship would be the same as Mother towards Father.


This Relationship is not for babies or children, but for adults, only. "Grown-upers". Children are to be taught how to respect Jesus and His Father. If not, we show that we have not accepted Jesus. Father, Mother and Jesus (human) are as One, Mentally, Physically, and Spiritually. We are so carful making Jesus "God" that we forget that he is "man".


When Jesus lived on earth, men did not accept Him as God. Now that He has been Resurrected and has come back into the "God towards God Relationship" in heaven, man calls Jesus "God and Man". Jesus now has both, but we still do not accept Jesus as man, as "man towards man'.


Have you, man, accepted Jesus as man, not God? The Jews, then, didn't accept him either; as neither God or man. If you really want to go to heaven (even now), you would be equal to Jesus at Calvary. If you plan to accept Him in Heaven, you will need to know His conception of respect here on earth: man to man! including Jesus!


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It would seem that the Authority  given from Adam is still in position as given at Eden. The "Second Adam" did not take the place of the man in the family on earth. (Ephesians 5) It would see that "The Comforter!" did come! Amen!



John H. Tillman, Jr. Founder

John H. Tillman was born in Cleveland, Ohio. He grew up in Charlotte, North Carolina where he was very active in the Seventh-day Adventist Church as an Elder. He attended Oakwood College in Huntsville, Alabama.

Mr. Tillman graduated from Regent College of the State University of New York with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Liberal Arts, June 1994. He majored in Psychology with a minor in Business Administration. He also received a Certificate in Alcohol Counseling from Marymount College, New York City.

Mr. Tillman became know as the "Smoking Sam" man. He vigorously promoted the Temperance Oratorical Contests and the Poster Contest. He also gave new meaning to the Temperance Motto: IN CHRIST, WE'RE FIT AND FREE!

As a Temperance Leader of the Ephesus Church, New York, and with the Northeastern Conference Temperance Deportment, he was able to start a program for a Family Relationship Program. (see the Media Page in this website)

Mr. Tillman has authored the unpublished book entitled, The Face of Love: A Code of Ethics. His "Love Message" embraces the concept of the mental, physical, and spiritual connections with Three Greek Words  for  Love: Philos, Eros, and Agape. These three words were given to him at Oakwood College in 1948.

John H. Tillman supports Christian Education as a "Lifetime Member" of the National Oakwood College Alumni Association and as a member of the A. Samuel Rashford Chapter of the Oakwood College Alumni Association. They presented him with a Certificate of Merit in recognition of his outstanding support and loyalty to Oakwood College on April 3, 1999.

 He continued working in the church as a  Church Leader in the Bronx Temple SDA. Community Service Department, 495 Willis Avenue in The Bronx, New York, 10455 until recently. Cell 1-718-902-7152.

Mr. Tillman, now as of October 1, 2013, lives near Oakwood University, Huntsville, Alabama, 36806 at The Willow Run Towers . 1-256-964-6529.

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