The Christ Scandal and Christ On Trial
'CHRIST ON TRIAL'
An Investigation into the Authenticity of the Gospels
This new volume of unique biblical revelations by Tony Bushby sizzles with sensational disclosure. This book takes the form of a Court Case in which the Prosecutor delivers a case that opposes the genuineness of the Gospel stories and the Papal Defence argues that Christian Scriptures are the unadulterated 'word of God' and therefore beyond dispute. A riveting courtroom debate ensues around the primary point that contests the Gospels of the New Testament do not relay real past events and are misunderstood if taken as the products of historical thinking.
Christ on Trial presents a healthy and inclusive debate of significance to anyone with the remotest interest in Christian origins and brings forth radical new information about the origin of the Gospels previously unpublished.
Provocative … challenging … controversial
CONTENTS OF 'CHRIST ON TRIAL'
SUMMARY OF THE TRIAL PROCEEDINGS
DAY 1. Opening Statements
Overview of The Christ Scandal
2000 years of suppressed Church history now revealed in one book
Bushby's uncensored and revelatory new book is now available
PREPARE TO BE SHOCKED
A book 25 years in the making
The most sensational exposure of Christianity ever published
This fact-filled book challenges centuries of Church portrayals and is conceptually, unparalleled in the history of book publishing. With hundreds of Entries in A-Z format, it can be read from beginning to end like any book, or opened at random by a browser to read just one or two Entries. Each topic is a short story in itself, some being just one or two lines in length, others extending into many pages. Each subject is given a descriptive title or definition, sometimes in itself revealing a particular knowledge. Some Entries were particularly difficult to condense, none more so than the Bible Banned for 1230 years. The chief problem in this story was what to include or exclude from the vast array of material available, on its own being more than enough to write an entire book.
The Christ Scandal is original, uncensored, interesting, and easy to read. In one concise tome it brings together new and primary information that opposes everything the Church says about its origins, and reveals why vital knowledge about Jesus Christ, the clergy, and the Bible was suppressed. It also reveals that the priesthood wrote its own references, and also, answers two important questions: ‘What was the Church trying to hide by rewriting historical records’ (See Entry, Editing historic records); and, what is meant to be understood by the confession of the ‘invention of the cross’ in the Oxford Dictionary of the Christian Church (See Entry, Cross of Christ invented)
This book draws its information from certified Church reference sources, including official Catholic Encyclopedias and numerous Christian Dictionaries, and is without competition in the world of publishing.
Provocative ... challenging ... controversial ... uncensored
Sensational disclosures published in this book include:
A captivating and engrossing read for many hours on end
... and a quality production that will withstand the test of time:
The Christ Scandal is supported with several thousand references and these are further amplified with a valuable Index. It, also, includes around 130 pictures, many rare, and an expansive bibliography. Within its pages is revealed what remains of the pre-Christianised version of the; Gospel of John, original version of the Book of Revelation, and suppressed chapter of the Bible.
These two sections of sample pages can be viewed on screen, downloaded to file, or printed.
Coded information in The Christ Scandal
Built into this tome are two simple coded ciphers that reveal special knowledge for those readers whose eyes and minds are open to see them. One divulges the True Divine Name of God, that great secret word of the Ancient Egyptian Mystery Schools; the other provides never-before published First Century dating information that puts privileged knowledge into the hands of those who find it.
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"The killing of heretics is not murder".