A New Moral Code for the New Millennium

A new moral code has come to us — in the form of a compact bible-like gospel — which boldly claims to be the Bible’s successor.  In it you will discover Joses, the twin brother of Jesus, who competed with him to bring forth a better world, but whose ideas were suppressed by early evangelists and later lost to history.  After 2,000 years of undeserved silence and obscurity, the New Gospel brings Joses back to life!

A new moral code has come to us — in the form of a compact bible-like gospel — which boldly claims to be the Bible’s successor.  In it you will discover Joses, the twin brother of Jesus, who competed with him to bring forth a better world, but whose ideas were suppressed by early evangelists and later lost to history.  After 2,000 years of undeserved silence and obscurity, the New Gospel brings Joses back to life!

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The New Gospel has the sound, look and feel of a biblical gospel, but don’t be fooled.  It is chock-full of fresh parables and sayings, even Joses’ own Sermon on the Mount.  Decide for yourself: does the new gospel deliver what it claims to be — an enlightened moral code, better suited to the modern world, than we find in the words of Jesus?

And they looked into the cave and Joses asked them, “What do you see?”  One and all they said the cave was dark and they could see nothing.  And Joses said to them,“So you see, if they say to you, ‘Lo, the Truth hides in a cave!’ or ‘Truth is in the wilderness!’ heed them not, for nothing lurks in dark emptiness except what you imagine there.  Truth is to be found in the midst of teeming life.  If you have eyes, open them and see."
"It shall com to pass in the new time, though I shall never return in the flesh, my true gospel shall at last be recovered and brought into the light."