The Marcionite Christian Church, which once spanned the known world with millions of believers, was founded in 144 A.D. and is responsible for the creation of the first Christian bible that same year. It consists of The Gospel of the Lord as revealed to Paul the Apostle and the original Epistles of Paul (one Gospel, eleven books) and remains unchanged to this day. The Very First Bible is the foundational Christian canon to which virtually every denomination can trace its roots.
The Marcionites are not gnostics, there is no 'secret knowledge' involved in our faith. Our beliefs are on full, unapologetic display in The Very First Bible of 144 A.D. and they predate any other existing church.
And it is with great sadness we watch as mainstream 'Christian' churches, subverted and judaized by corruptive influences, crumble to the touch like termite-infested wood as a new wave of evil sweeps across the world behind the mask of a fake plague.
Like the persecuted first Christians before us, we hear the cries of distress and open our doors to the abandoned flock. Our creed is simple: One Gospel. One Bible. One Faith.
Learn more about the Marcionite Christian Church, The Very First Bible and our doctrinal canon - we hope you'll join us.
"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 Marcionites determined that the Hebrew bible (Old Testament), and the deity portrayed within it, are diametrically opposed to the teachings and salvation of Jesus Christ. The proof is self-evident in the form of the scriptures themselves and that's why it wasn't included in The Very First Bible.
"For if righteousness come by the (Hebrew) law, then Christ died for nothing." (Galatians 2:16)
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