An eye-opening myth-shattering saga through the New Testament
The New Testament is considered around the world as the holiest of books that presents God and Jesus Christ. However, this faith, so widespread today, was once no more than the opinion of a minority.
The belief that Jesus is God himself was instituted by the vote of 300 bishops at the Council of Nicaea. The perception of Mary Magdalene as a sinner in the eyes of Christians stems from a whim of Pope Gregory the Great.
The author takes you on a special journey in which he breaks with the teachings of the New Testament through an analysis of the Council of Nicaea, which shaped the basis of the Christian creed that exists to this day.
He integrates into this book his articles, using his deep acquaintance with the fields of art and the New Testament to put universal common beliefs on trial.