Publication of The Very First Bible exposes alien nature of Old Testament, reignites ancient debate
'Not my book, not my god,' say Christians as testament comparisons become unavoidable; Free ebook download sparks renewed interest among spiritually lost
The first Christian bible predates the modern bible by hundreds of years and contains only the pure gospel and scriptures as they existed at that time. The reader will immediately notice the absence of the Old Testament (or stories of its god) and that The Very First Bible is comprised of The Gospel of the Lord (Evangelion)
This special first edition includes a Study and Reference Guide produced by the Marcionite Christian Church in which the reader will learn that after 2,000 years of political editing, additions, deletions, theological focus groups and sloppy translations, the modern bible has more in common with modern art than it does with the very first Christian bible as it was originally transcribed.
The Marcionite Church, which at one point had millions of adherents and was larger than the Catholic Church, was founded on the The Very First Bible and the belief that the Old Testament was incompatible with the teachings of Christ. This first edition includes illustrations and tables that highlight the key people and events surrounding The Very First Bible and the Marcionite Church - and the suppression of both for 2,000 years.
Two books. Two gods. One choice.
Readers can download the Ebook version (ISBN: 9780463444160)
Also available in print and paid formats at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Kobo Bookstore or Apple Books. More information available at http://www.theveryfirstbible.org
Darren Kelama, Press Relations