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October, 2016

  • 5 October

    FREE SAMPLE: The Gospel of Cleopas

    FREE SAMPLE of the full text of First Book of the Next Testament, being the third part of the Holy Bible Trilogy!   While on the road to Emmaus, Jesus appears to two disciples and expounds unto them in all the scriptures the things concerning himself (Lk. 24:13-32). We know …

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September, 2016

  • 15 September

    Trump’s Child Care, or a Faggot Vacation

    In Trump’s Amerika, only women need to be taking care of them babies. Men- manly men- need to be a work- manly work. Paternity leave in Trump’s Amerika smacks of a Faggot needing a vacation. Only a Faggot would want to care and nurture their child in its first days. …

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July, 2016

  • 31 July

    The Voices in My Head

    To the popular imagination, paranoid schizophrenics hear the Devil instructing us to commit murder, or we crowd mental institutions believing we are Jesus Christ Himself.  My mental condition has colored my creativity in a variety of different ways. Many writers will often encounter their “characters” actively participating in the stories …

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  • 30 July

    “Immature Poets Initiate; Mature Poets Steal”

    “Immature poets imitate; mature poets steal; bad poets deface what they take, and good poets make it into something better, or at least something different.” – T.S. Eliot “If all writers are pickpockets, then Shakespeare was an inveterate ‘snapper-up of unconsidered trifles’, like Autolycus in The Winter’s Tale,” writes Robert …

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  • 19 July

    RNC Plagiarism: Burning the Witch at the Stake

    When a politician speaks, who is actually speaking? The politician or the speechwriter? Both? A titty bit of both? Neither? A titty bit of neither? JFK gets all the fucking credit for asking not what your cunt-ry can do for you, but asking what you can do for your cunt-ry, but he …

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  • 18 July

    The Holy Bible Quadrilogy?!?

    Adding the Next Testament to the Old and New Testaments created a perfect storm, a Holy Bible Trilogy. In print and in film, trilogies have been raised as standard-bearers of epic- nay, Biblical- creative endeavors. Though conceived as a single voluminous work, J.R.R. Tolkein’s The Lord of the Rings, was …

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  • 18 July

    Our Inalienable Right to Copyright!

    What copyrights am I claiming on the enclosed (admittedly reprinted) works found in The Holy Bible Trilogy’s The Crusadic Testament if I am not the translator of note? The works of translators Dana Carleton Munro, August C. Krey, and Frank T. Marzials have fallen into the public-domain, and James Brundage …

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  • 18 July

    Eyewitnesses to The Holy Bible Trilogy!

    When a faithful Gnostic from Nag Hammadi buried his favorite sacred scriptures in order to prevent their destruction by the fires of the early Christian Church, they must have dreamed that one day in the far, far distance future someone would dig up their sacred scripture and expose them for …

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  • 18 July

    Chapter and Verse = Quotability

    For the modern Christian watching their favorite televangelist on Sunday mornings, the Bible being divided into chapters and verses is a Godsend. How else would they find the scriptures the televangelist is preaching about? How could football fans, seeing John 3:16 posters, know that God so loved the world, that …

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  • 18 July

    One-Man Council of Nicaea

    Many of my critics will accuse me of having delusions of grandeur for believing I am “God-breathed”, but how will they criticize my arrogance for being essentially a one-man Council of Nicaea? Biblical scholars have asserted that the New Testament found in modern Bibles had been determined within decades of …

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  • 18 July

    The Canon Demands To Be Reopened

    To the early Church Fathers, and most of Christianity in the millennia since, there are fourfold prerequisites required for a work to be God-breathed Scripture: it must be written by a Jew, (or proto-Christian); it must be written by an eyewitness to the events detailed in the work; it must …

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  • 18 July

    The Holy Bible Trilogy: The Old, New, and Next Testaments

    The Old Testament tells the tales of the Jewish Patriarchs and Prophets, beginning with Creation itself and ending with a curse from Malachi, the last of the Prophets of God. Furthermore, the Old Testament is the singular story of God’s relationship with His Chosen People and His promise of the …

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  • 18 July

    Satan’s Preacher Man: The Blues Opera

    “Satan’s best work is done in the name of Jesus” – Satan’s Preacher Man, 1937 Satan’s Preacher Man, the most mysterious and enigmatic personality in the mythology of the Blues, has unfortunately disappeared almost completely from the collective consciousness of the human race. No book records his life, no wax …

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  • 18 July

    The Gospel According To Shakespeare: The Passion

    THE GREATEST as it has nEVER been TOLD before! The first decade of the 17th Century saw the creation of the greatest dramatic works by William Shakespeare and the greatest prose ever composed in the English language, the King James Translation of The Holy Bible. Strangely, the Bard never wrote …

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  • 18 July

    Satan’s Study Bible: The Gospel of Mark

    Salus in Christo Jesu Salus in Christo Jesu Salus in Christo Jesu Per Blasphemia Salvation in Jesus Christ through Blasphemy – A profession of Faith. Satan’s Study Bible is the most controversial book ever written. In the Holy Bible, God and his only Begotten Son, Jesus the Christ, have made …

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