The Language of God in Humanity explores what it means to be created in God's image, and how this reflects God's ultimate purpose for humanity. First, it shows how the dual witness of the Gospel in the Stars, and the Bible reveal God's allegorical Language of love to humanity. Then, using the kwledge of love revealed in these witnesses, Blood Covenant ceremonies like Communion are shown to symbolically communicate the correct basis for all human and divine social relationships. Next, by comparing the familial relationships between God and His human children, The Language of God in Humanity shows how all people serve as living parables, and potential members of God's Family. Using the Language of God as a key, the parables of Yahshua (Jesus), and biblically based festivals such as Passover, Chanukah, and Sukkot also take on far deeper meanings. This fervent new look at Judeo-Christianity also deciphers the prophetic elements in biblically inspired religious buildings such as the Desert Tabernacle, and rituals such as Communion, baptism, and blood sacrifice - and shows how vital and relevant they still are to humanity today.