Who Faked the "World’s Oldest Bible"?

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The crime is fraud, and you’re the detective!

  • You have the tools.
  • You have a list of possible suspects.
  • All the evidence is available to you.

What will you find out?

  • Who is telling the truth?
  • Who is lying?
  • What does the evidence reveal?

You'll discover the truth!

  • The facts are at your fingertips.
  • So, who faked the ‘World’s Oldest Bible’?
  • By the time you finish this book, you’ll know!

If the devil has cooked up a plot against your Bible, would you want to know it?

Conspiracy theories are destroyed by solid evidence.

Author David W. Daniels came to the point where he could no longer ignore the mounting evidence. He was schooled in Bible college and seminary to believe that the King James was hopelessly obsolete. But the mounting confusion around the new Bible translations left him wondering.

He already knew how to use modern search techniques to quickly discover relevant evidence. He soon learned that the Bible version issue was more than a baseless conspiracy. Many new facts had become available shedding light on the history of Bible versions. He learned that the scholars who decided over 100 years ago to “fix” the King James may not have had the best intentions.

His discovery of Satan’s plan to damage God’s words is chronicled in a series of books. In 2017, his book, "Is the 'World’s Oldest Bible' a Fake?" presented heavy evidence against Codex Sinaiticus, the manuscript that scholars claim is the world’s oldest Bible.

This book attempts to answer the next question: Who Faked the “World’s Oldest Bible”?

It reads like a mystery novel, but over 100 illustrations and more than 300 footnotes gives it the force of a graduate research paper. The murky narrative of the discovery and evaluation of the Sinaiticus becomes much clearer with this new book.

Daniels leaves it up to the reader to decide how this might affect his or her eternal destiny.

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