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Episode 5 · 3 months ago

The First Heresy is Back...and Deadlier Than Ever

The apostles thought they had killed and buried the heresies of the first judaizers during the Council of Jerusalem in 48 A.D. They were wrong - and the evidence is all around us.

Episode 4 · 3 months ago

Why (and how) the First Christians Quashed 600 Hebrew Laws

A theological war was raging between the first Christians led by the apostle Paul and the judaizers demanding submission to the Hebrew bible (Old Testament), represented by Peter and James. 

The situation came to a head in 48 A.D. at the Council of Jerusalem and resulted in the dismissal of over 600 Hebrew laws - get the story behind the story on today's episode.

The Very First Bible 

ISBN: 978-0-578-64159-1
Library of Congress: 2020901841
255 pages, illustrated 

Episode 3 · 3 months ago

Where is the gospel preached by Paul?

We know Paul preached his own gospel that he received through revelation and it wasn't Matthew, Mark, Luke or John - but where is it? You won't find it in your modern bible but in today's podcast we have some answers.

"But I certify you, brethren, that the gospel which was preached of me is not after man. For I neither received it of man, but by the revelation of Jesus Christ." (Galatians 1:8-9)  

The Very First Bible Paperback

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Episode 3 · 3 months ago

Contents of The Very First Bible

Details the exact contents of The Very First Bible of 144 A.D. and includes an overview of the prologues written ahead of each of the original ten epistles as transcribed by Marcion of Sinope.

The first Christian bible consists of The Gospel of the Lord as preached by Paul the Apostle and referenced by him with the phrase "my gospel" on three occasions as found in the original Epistles of Paul. Within the Epistles are: Galatians, 1st and 2nd Corinthians, Romans, 1st and 2nd Thessalonians, Laodiceans, Colossians, Philemon and Philippians. That is the entirety of the first Christian bible as it was gathered and transcribed in 144 A.D. and as it is now. It has never been changed or altered in any way and it never contained a 'Hebrew bible' (Old Testament).