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Christianity--Mankind's First Worldwide Religion!


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Christianity--Mankind's First Worldwide Religion! by Gene D. Matlock

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It is my hope that this book will help all humans understand just exactly what Buddhism, Ketuloka or Krishtaya is and apply its principles, according to the uniqueness and level of their respective understandings, for the improvement of their lives. Christianity/Catholicism was mankind's first and oldest worldwide religion. According to author Gene Matlock, Christianity merely stepped into the shoes of an ancient existing worldwide religion of the same name. The infant Church did not begin to call itself Christianity until two or three hundred years after it was established. Before the Great Flood, Krishtayana was brought to India from Eastern Siberia by a highly civilized Turkish tribe called Kurus or Krishtaya. The Kurus were the world's first highly developed civilization, predating India, Egypt, and Sumeria. After conquering India, the Kurus went on to conquer the world, including Middle America. The Caribbean Indians told the Spanish that their gods were the Kurus-Rumani. Nearly all the Indian tribes of both Americas will find their respective tribes' Turkish and North Indian origins in this book. But what happened to keep Turkey from receiving credit as the founder of all human civilizations as well as the first religion? Christianity-Mankind's First Worldwide Religion! clears up many mysteries and shows that Jesus Christ really was all that Christians have been taught he was.
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December 23rd, 2005
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United States
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