K. B. Vogelman earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Administration of Justice from Wichita State University with an internship on the Wichita Police Department. During a 22-year career in retail Loss Prevention management and investigations, he received advanced training certification in deceptive language analysis (LSI) from a renowned former Israeli professional Police Department polygrapher and possible secret Mossad agent. He also obtained formal Wicklander-Zulawki certification in “interviewing” techniques to reinforce actual real-life experience.

Conducting company investigations into a vast array of criminal offenses, Vogelman interviewed hundreds of both witnesses and perpetrators, obtained written statements and confessions, and referred offenders for prosecution through local, State and Federal law enforcement agencies across 26 states. One interstate Internet fraud investigation resulted a letter of commendation from the Federal Director of the United States Secret Service.

Switching careers to a Forbes Fortune 100 technology company, an 18+ year tenure included certifications in training facilitation, Business Process Improvement, and a PMP project management certification with global project and program management experience. After a brief stint for a major national retailer in the Online space, Vogelman is now a consultant.

Note from the author:

Over the course of my life, I have heard and read uncited quotes, excerpts, alleged facts, anecdotal references and other information in Christian teaching materials, sermons, websites, articles, and books. Many of these often left gnawing, unanswered questions in my mind about the sources and credibility of the information. The same can be said about dubious charges made by Christian skeptics and protagonists.

Using the Internet as an investigation tool highlighted the issue where I found it to be commonplace to find the same information, often word-for-word, found in multiple websites without being sourced. It is actually quite astounding.

What was the original source of the information? Was the source credible? Could the information be correlated with other factual information? What is the truth?

These questions served as a motivation to begin this ultimate investigation. Following journalism protocol for corroborating information, secondary sources are traced back to original sources or as far back as possible; confirmation of scientific research findings; and other informational validations.

Leveraging the experiences and training of my career, information in reflects over 25 years of investigation.