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Two Books. Two Gods.
 
One Choice.

There's a reason why the first Christian bible doesn't contain the Old Testament...


God was revealed only through Jesus, not the Old Testament, which depicts a tribal religion, deity and culture that is alien to Christianity. Simply put, it's not your book and it's not your God. The proof is self-evident.

The Old Testament and other writings of unknown origin, were tacked onto the first Christian bible by a Roman religious/political committee hundreds of years after it was first transcribed in 144 A.D. The committee was called the Council of Nicaea and its actions in 325 A.D. were the theological equivalent of spraypainting a wall with graffiti - rendering the very first bible virtually unrecognizable from its original form. The changes were formally codified by the Council of Rome in 382 A.D.
       
Whether it's stories of children being ripped apart and eaten alive by bears 'commanded by god' or the sun and moon being frozen in place so that every last living person could be more efficiently slaughtered during a massacre, it becomes very clear that the Old Testament and its deity has nothing to do with Christianity or The Very First Bible - in fact, it's about as far removed as you can possibly get.  

The goal of this website is to avail you of the facts surrounding the creation, history and suppression of the very first Christian bible - some of it will upset you - but ultimately it will make your faith in God stronger than ever. And at minimum, you will learn about an amazing true story that has been suppressed for millenia - the story of Marcion of Sinope, the man who transcribed the first Christian bible and who religious scholars admit is responsible for circulation of the New Testament. 

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In the Beginning...

In the beginning of Christianity, knowledge of the teachings and life of Jesus Christ were passed along orally and the written scriptures were not easily accessible. That changed in 144 A.D. when all of the authentic scriptures were gathered together by Marcion of Sinope (85 AD - 160 AD), a shipbuilder and son of the Bishop of Pontus - it was then that the very first Christian bible was created and presented to the Apostle John.

The Very First Bible

The Very First Bible consisted of The Gospel of the Lord (Evangelion) and the original Epistles of Paul (Apostolikon). Within the Apostolikon are: Galatians, 1st and 2nd Corinthians, Romans, 1st and 2nd Thessalonians, Ephesians, Colossians, Philemon and Philippians. That is the entirety of the very first bible as it was then and as it is now. It has never been changed or altered in any way and it never contained an 'Old Testament.'

The Marcionite Church

The Marcionite Christian Church spanned the known world, grew larger than even the Catholic Church and for centuries its bedrock of the Very First Bible dominated Christian culture and tradition with millions of adherents. The Marcionites recognized the god of the Old Testament as being in direct contradiction to the teachings of Christ and this belief garnered them many rich and powerful enemies.

Is This the Same God? You Be the Judge.



...there came forth little children
out of the city, and mocked him
[Elisha]...and [he] cursed them
in the name of the Lord. And
there came forth two she-bears
out of the wood, and tare forty
two children of them
. (2 Kings 2:23,24) 
 
They devoted the city to the Lord and destroyed with the sword every living thing in it—men and women, young and old, cattle, sheep and donkeys. Then they burned the whole city and everything in it, but they put the silver and gold and the articles of bronze and iron into the treasury of the Lord’s house. (Joshua 6:21,24)



If two men are fighting, and the wife of one steps in to rescue her husband from the one striking him, and she reaches out her hand and grabs his genitals, you are to cut off her hand. You must show her no pity.
(Deuteronomy 25:12)


And out of the ground the Lord
Yahweh made every tree to
grow...the tree of the knowledge
of good and evil.
(Gen.2:9; 3:1) 

I form light, and create darkness: I make
peace, and create evil: I the Lord Yahweh
do all these things ( Isaiah 45:7).

I the Lord your God am a jealous
God (Exodus 20:5)....for the Lord,
Whose name is Jealous, is a jealous
God (Exodus 34:14).

He is a Jealous God; He will not
forgive your transgressions nor
your sins. If you forsake the Lord,
then He will turn and do you hurt,
and consume you...(Joshua 24:13,14)

For I the Lord God am a jealous
God, visiting the iniquity of the fathers
upon the third and fourth generation
of them that hate me (Exodus 20:5)





And the sun stood still, and the moon
stayed, Until the people had avenged
themselves upon their enemies
...for
the Lord fought for Israel.
(Joshua 10:12-14) 

Eye for an eye, tooth for tooth,
hand for hand, foot for foot...
(Exodus 21:24)   

And the Lord Yahweh called
unto Adam, and said unto him,
"Where art thou?" (Genesis 3:9)  

He cast upon them the fierceness of his anger, wrath,
and indignation, and trouble, by sending evil
angels among them (Psalm 78:49).


And if a woman have issue, and if
her issue in her flesh be blood, she
shall be put apart seven days;
whosoever toucheth her shall be
unclean until the even... and if a
woman have an issue of her blood
..beyond the time of her separation,
...she shall be unclean. (Leviticus 15:19,25) 

According to (Genesis 32),  a character in the
Old Testament named Jacob defeats god
in a wrestling match
.

I will make them a horror and an offense to all the kingdoms of the earth, a disgrace, an object of scorn, ridicule, and cursing, wherever I have banished them. And I will send against them sword and famine and plague, until they have perished from the land that I gave to them and their fathers. (Jeremiah 24:9, 10)




And they brought young children to
Him...and His disciples rebuked
those that brought them. But Jesus
...said unto them "Allow the little
children to come to Me, and forbid
them not, for of such is the kingdom
of God." (Mark 10:13,14)

Dearly beloved, avenge not yourselves, but rather give place unto wrath: for it is written, Vengeance is mine; I will repay, saith the Lord.
Therefore if thine enemy hunger, feed him; if he thirst, give him drink: for in so doing thou shalt heap coals of fire on his head.
Be not overcome of evil, but overcome evil with good. (Romans 12:19,20,21)


And he took them up in his arms, put [his] hands upon them, and blessed them. (Mark 10:16)





"For a corrupt tree bringeth forth not
good fruit; neither does a good tree
bringeth forth corrupt fruit."
(Luke 6:43)


God is light, and in Him is no dark-
ness at all (1 John 1:5b) God is love
(1 John 4:16); [Love] thinketh no
evil (1 Corinthians 13:5d).




Love knows no jealousy...
(1 Corinthians 13:4)





Then came Peter to Him, and said,
"Lord, how oft shall my brother sin
against me, and I forgive him? Until
seven times?" Jesus said to him, "I
say not to you, until seven times:
but , until seventy times seven."
(Matthew 18:23-22)


Be ye angry, yet not committing sin;
Let not the sun be going down
upon your wrath.
(Ephesians 4:26)


And unto him that smiteth thee on
the cheek offer also the other...
(Luke 6:29)

God ... knoweth all things. (John 3:20)



God is light, and in Him is no dark-
ness at all (John 1:5b)



And a woman having an issue of
blood twelve years, which had spent
all her living on physicians, neither
could be healed of any, came up
behind [Jesus], and touched the
border of His garment: and immed-
iately her issue of blood ceased.
(Luke 8:43,44)

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For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life. (John 3:16)

...there came forth little children
out of the city, and mocked him
[Elisha]...and [he] cursed them
in the name of the Lord. And
there came forth two she-bears
out of the wood, and tare forty
two children of them. (2 Kings 2:23,24)

And out of the ground the Lord
Yahweh made every tree to
grow...the tree of the knowledge
of good and evil.
(Gen.2:9; 3:1)

I form light, and create darkness: I make
peace, and create evil: I the Lord Yahweh
do all these things ( Isaiah 45:7).

I the Lord your God am a jealous
God (Exodus 20:5)....for the Lord,
Whose name is Jealous, is a jealous
God (Exodus 34:14).

He is a Jealous God; He will not
forgive your transgressions nor
your sins. If you forsake the Lord,
then He will turn and do you hurt,
and consume you...(Joshua 24:13,14)

For I the Lord God am a jealous
God, visiting the iniquity of the fathers
upon the third and fourth generation
of them that hate me (Exodus 20:5)

And the sun stood still, and the moon
stayed, Until the people had avenged
themselves upon their enemies...for
the Lord fought for Israel.
(Joshua 10:12-14)

Eye for an eye, tooth for tooth,
hand for hand, foot for foot...
(Exodus 21:24)

And the Lord Yahweh called
unto Adam, and said unto him,
"Where art thou?" (Genesis 3:9)

He cast
upon them the fierceness of his anger, wrath,
and indignation, and trouble, by sending evil
angels among them (Psalm 78:49).


And if a woman have issue, and if
her issue in her flesh be blood, she
shall be put apart seven days;
whosoever toucheth her shall be
unclean until the even... and if a
woman have an issue of her blood
..beyond the time of her separation,
...she shall be unclean. (Leviticus 15:19,25)

According to (Genesis 32), a character in the
Old Testament named Jacob defeats god
in a wrestling match. 





And they brought young children to
Him...and His disciples rebuked
those that brought them. But Jesus
...said unto them "Allow the little
children to come to Me, and forbid
them not, for of such is the kingdom
of God." (Mark 10:13,14)

"For a corrupt tree bringeth forth not
good fruit; neither does a good tree
bringeth forth corrupt fruit."
(Luke 6:43)


God is light, and in Him is no dark-
ness at all (1 John 1:5b) God is love
(1 John 4:16); [Love] thinketh no
evil (1 Corinthians 13:5d).

Love knows no jealousy...
(1 Corinthians 13:4)



Then came Peter to Him, and said,
"Lord, how oft shall my brother sin
against me, and I forgive him? Until
seven times?" Jesus said to him, "I
say not to you, until seven times:
but , until seventy times seven."
(Matthew 18:23-22)



Be ye angry, yet not committing sin;
Let not the sun be going down
upon your wrath.
(Ephesians 4:26)


And unto him that smiteth thee on
the cheek offer also the other...
(Luke 6:29)

God ... knoweth all things. (John 3:20)



God is light, and in Him is no dark-
ness at all (John 1:5b)




And a woman having an issue of
blood twelve years, which had spent
all her living on physicians, neither
could be healed of any, came up
behind [Jesus], and touched the
border of His garment: and immed-
iately her issue of blood ceased.
(Luke 8:43,44)

Comment/comparison not necessary.

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The Incalculable Damage Continues...

Forcing the Old Testament into the first Christian Bible is nothing short of theological rape - and it created an ongoing abomination.

It's hard to overstate the negative effects this action had on Christianity and on humanity as a whole. Was it done as a calculated political act designed to bring far-flung disparate people together under the control of the Roman Empire? Or were there darker, more sinister forces at play with a larger, more far-reaching agenda?

What we know is that it forces Christians to defend the words and actions of an alien deity. Those who attack Christianity point to the vile activity contained in the Old Testament and yell, 'It's in your bible, this is your god, defend it!' This puts Christians in a very bad position - an impossible position forced upon them by a Roman political committee and later, by the Council of Rome itself - the unfair position of guilt by association they remain in to this day.

Moreover, how many millions of potential Christians have read the Old Testament and, as a direct result of being sickened by it, dismissed the bible AND Christianity as a whole! Or were driven to become atheists.

If the plan was to hamstring Christianity as a movement and drive people away from Christ, forcing the Old Testament into the first bible has proven to be tactically brilliant.

Key People and Events

A closer look at the creation and suppression of the Very First Bible and the Marcionite Christian Church



Marcion Finds Behavior of Old Testament Deity Incompatible with Teachings of Jesus Christ

Church Authorities Respond to Evidence by Excommunicating Marcion; First Bible Revealed

In the 2nd century, Marcion of Sinope noticed the obvious differences between the deity of the Old Testament and our Christian God and concluded they were not the same - he wrote a book detailing and outlining his observations and the supporting facts. Later, he presented his case to the Church authorities of the time and was immediately excommunicated. The book was titled 'Antithesis' and every known copy was hunted down and destroyed over the centuries.

We know of the book and some of its contents because religious and political authorities hired a plethora of writers and philosophers to attack and smear Marcion and those who adhered to the first and true bible. But they made the mistake of quoting from 'Antithesis' directly and because their books survived, Marcion's writings did as well. 

It's interesting to note that all of the writers who attacked Marcion did so only after his death when he was unable to respond to or refute their assertions. Some, like Tertullian in his 207 A.D. books 'Adversus Marcionem, (Against Marcion)' even went so far as to attack Paul the Apostle, calling him "the apostle of heretics." Far from the 'defender of the faith' as some Marcion-haters would have you believe, Tertullian (later banished from the church) spent much time writing about women's fashions of the day and was dismissed out of hand by Saint Jerome with the words, "As to Tertullian, I have nothing else to say except that he was not a man of the church".

Many of Marcion's critics claim he "edited the bible." This is a tired, worn canard and trope that has been thoroughly debunked. How do you edit something that didn't exist at the time? In fact, most biblical scholars now agree that that were it not for Marcion, there wouldn't even be a New Testament in the modern bible (flawed though it may be).



Marcion Forms New Church Based on First Bible After Meeting with John the Apostle

New Church Bases Doctrine and Gospel on Known Original Scriptures and Epistles

From about 144 A.D., The Marcionite Christian Church, with its touchstone of The Very First Bible and millions of adherents, spread throughout the known world and grew larger than even the Catholic Church.

This monumental growth continued despite persecution by Roman emperors and theological enemies. What little we know of their rituals is that they were pescovegetarians (a diet of fish, dairy, eggs and vegetables), fasted on Saturdays and that women had a somewhat expanded role in the church.

The church existed well into the 10th century, with many of the faithful being found in Syria and northeastern Persia during the latter stages of its existence.

The Marcionite Christian Church is now in the process of being reconstructed after a coordinated effort to remove all traces of its books and churches that spanned centuries.

The first Pontiate (Marcionite Learning Center) is currently being developed in the Dominican Republic and preparations for a worldwide expansion are underway. Contact the MCC Outreach Director for more information on how to get involved in your region or country.



Worshipper of Roman Sun God, Emperor Constantine, Convenes Council of Nicaea

Council takes first steps in editing the very first bible and adding the Old Testament in 325 A.D.

The Council of Nicaea was comprised of over 300 bishops within the Roman Empire who were gathered to put an end to doctrinal squabbling (under threat of exile) - it was presided over by Emperor Constantine - a worshipper of the Roman sun god, Sol Invictus (an image of Constantine and his sun god are seen on the coins above which were in circulation during the Council of Nicaea).

Leaders of the large and growing Marcionite Church were either not invited to the synod or refused to attend.

In 331 A.D., six years after the council convenes, Constantine orders fifty (50) edited bibles published and religious scholars confirm they contained the Old Testament.

In 332 A.D. Constantine announces his Edict Against the Heretics, and orders all Marcionite Churches and meeting places be confiscated by force and handed over to the Catholic Church.

In 382 A.D., Catholic Church convenes the Council of Rome and formally announces what they have decided to include in their new bible: 39 books for the Old Testament and 27 books for the New Testament for a total of 66 books. 

Their final product - produced after centuries of additions, revisions, committees, councils and editing - bears little resemblance to The Very First Bible.


Historical Proof

Despite the Best Efforts of Powerful Enemies and Roman Emperors to Suppress it, Proof of the Very First Bible is Undeniable

Ancient Marcionite Church in Syria Discovered with Dated Inscription

The inscription is dated 318 A.D. and reads "The Lord and Saviour Jesus, the Good" and is the earliest mention of Jesus in recorded history (Le Bas and Waddington, Inscriptions, No. 2558, vol. iii. p. 583) and more ancient than any dated inscription belonging to a Catholic church.

Marcion Presents the First Christian Bible to the Apostle John After Founding Church

Marcion (left), with the Apostle John, to whom he "brought scriptures from the Pontic brethren..." (10th century miniature from the archives of the Cathedral St. Bravo in Ghent).

The Very First Bible and Marcionism Survive Erasure from History Thanks to Enemies

It is no small irony that all traces of the first bible, and indeed Marcionism itself, weren't erased after centuries of suppression because of the ferocity and numbers of attacks chronicled by its enemies. Justin, Irenaeus, Clement, Tertullian, Hyppolytus, Origen, and others all denounced Marcion in writing - ensuring the truth would endure.

Conclusions and a Call to Action

Like millions of others you have come to the glaringly obvious and inescapable conclusion that the Old Testament deity is incompatible with your Christian faith and has no place in your Holy Bible.


Now What?

Make a Clean Break

Reclaim your original Christian faith and start reading The Very First Bible - the original, unadulterated and unedited bible - containing the true Gospel and scriptures that came into being in 144 A.D.

The very first bible consisted of The Gospel of the Lord (Evangelion) and the original Epistles of Paul (Apostolikon). Within the Apostolikon are: Galatians, 1st and 2nd Corinthians, Romans, 1st and 2nd Thessalonians, Ephesians, Colossians, Philemon and Philippians.

Fortunately, our website offers a few ways to get a copy of the original Very First Bible - one of which can be done immediately and at no cost - simply scroll down to the menu and download it in ebook format. Alternatively, you can bookmark our site and use it as a reference. If you would rather have The Very First Bible in printed book form you may order one below.

Modern Problems

In short, the modern bible (now with dozens of versions, each promoting a different flavor of social and political agendas) has become a confusing bipolar theological morass of conflicting ideology, riddled with subtle (and not so subtle) attempts to pound a square peg into a round hole, making any attempt to discern only the original scriptures nearly impossible.

Unfortunately, it's not as easy as simply removing the Old Testament. In 382 A.D., the Council of Rome added no less than 27 books to the New Testament and edited many of the original Epistles of Paul in an attempt to shoehorn the Old Testament narrative into Christianity - pouring new wine into old wineskins as it were.

What's in your bible?

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By simply sharing this page on social media or talking with a few friends you can help free others from the shackles of the Old Testament and false gospels. You simply have to point in the right direction - the truth will take them the rest of the way.

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"As we have said before, so now I say again, if anyone preaches any other gospel to you than what you have received, let him be accursed." (Galatians 1:9)

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