"The Gospel According To Lilith"- An Original Novel-Free Audio Chapters Available!
It's the "greatest story never told." The story of Lilith - God's wife.
Author Lonnie Hicks, in a his original novel, gives us an alternative version to the birth of concepts involving good and evil from one of the Bible's most controversial and influential characters.
Through the eyes of Lilith, the back-stories to many of the Bible's major events are revealed -- including the notions of good and evil -- in this ground-breaking and controversial new literary work.
The bewitchment of Lilith by Lucifer, God's most favored angel, sets into motion a chain of events where a child is conceived and God exiles both to Earth after an all-out war in heaven. At the end of the celestial bloodshed, Lucifer, Lilith, and all the angels who sided with them are transmogrified into hideous beasts and banished to the still volcanically violent Earth. Lucifer becomes a reddened, horned monster with the face goat and a pitchfork tail, while Lilith is doomed to crawl on her belly as a serpent.
Thus begins an engrossing retelling of creation, from the development of Earth to the evolution of humanity, to Jesus' role on Earth.
In The Gospel According to Lilith, Hicks' mythical exploration of the origins of good and evil give readers a fresh, bold and engrossing new point of view regarding God, the Creation, and even Lucifer, as we discover that Lilith is actually the silent heroine of both the old and new testaments. See the Nova special of November 2008 which uncovers new archeologicalВ evidence of the real origins of Israel.
Lilith as our narrator emerges as our guide and ultimately saves mankind and offers us new understandings of good and evil in this astounding work.
If you think you know the Bible, read this book to gain perspective on Lilith and her influence on many of the Bible's major story lines.
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