Biblical Religion: The Great Lie
by Michael Kalopoulos
Publisher: Elderberry Press 2012
Number of pages: 205
This book is the result of original and daring research into the archives of our religious heritage and the origins of the biblical tales. Our cross examination of evidence from Archeology, Mythology and Theological Texts has shed new light on the cunning, deceitful and authoritarian nature of biblical Religion.
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