Author del Pater's New Book Asks: What If the Order of Our New Testament Documents Were Accidentally Shuffled Millennia Ago? Biblical Research Provides New Insights

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Is it possible that the original New Testament documents deteriorated due to excessive use? And if the scroll sheets came apart, were they stuffed together in the wrong order before they were stored again?

Humilis Filius del Pater's "Primordial Consecution:Twelve Apostolic Originals Derived from the Shuffled Manuscript Theory"

This is the proposition behind the Shuffled Manuscript Theory. Once out of order, the original pages were later copied that way for the church by subsequent generations of believers, and have remained in that state to present day.

For the first time in almost two millennia, these freshly retranslated documents have now been unshuffled and reorganized, utilizing the breaks intentionally preserved in the Greek manuscripts of the first transcribers. Their holy pages are presented here in the order originally written – and combined with a technically literal new translation – will wow readers.

PRIMORDIAL CONSECUTION: TWELVE APOSTOLIC ORIGINALS DERIVED FROM THE SHUFFLED MANUSCRIPT THEORY (ISBN: 978-1-62857-018-2) is now available for $16.95 and can be ordered through the publisher’s website: or at www(dot)amazon(dot)com or www(dot)barnesandnoble(dot)com.

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