WASHINGTON, Sept. 8, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Very different from other New Testaments, the New New Testament is not the work of scholars but of a simple scribe who says he was asked by Jesus and the original authors of the New Testament to rewrite this as they want it to be today. Many may have trouble with this concept, the scribe himself being one of them. It is very hard for us to believe that "everything is possible with God." (Mark 10, 27)
The scribe, Ken Maley, says, "When Jesus asked me in 2009 to write this down he promised the aid of each of the original authors to help guide me. They were the authors and Jesus' Spirit was the Editor in Chief." All this comes down to one simple question: Can Jesus give us a New New Testament if he wants to? For those who are willing to consider that possibility, the rest will be personal judgment flowing from heart and mind. The questioner is invited to read some selections from the New New Testament and let their hearts meld with their minds to give the answer.
The teaching of Jesus presented here is in no way something new. It was the core teaching in the early Church up until the fourth century when money and power overrode tradition, and to this day it is the teaching of many Eastern Churches, which never lost Jesus' real Message.
Those very close to Jesus knew this teaching and later taught it. Christianity went underground in many places because Jesus' core teaching -- that we are God (John 10, 34) -- continued to be illegal for a long time after Jesus was killed for preaching it, and so had to be kept secret except among members of the Communities.
When asked the impact of such a re-issue of the world's most important book, Ken Maley answered: "It cannot be stressed enough that Jesus does not want a new Church, or a new sect to come from his Message here! He simply wants his core Message to be taught and believed in all his Churches! His teaching here may well radically change Christianity today everywhere except in those places, mainly in the East, were his core Message was never lost, but it must be seen as a return to that Message and not a changing of it!"
The New New Testament may be purchased at: http://www.barnesandnoble.com/s/new-new-testament?store=book and at other places. For additional information, videos and selected texts, please see http://www.NewNewTestament.org.
The scribe will be available for limited discussions and engagements with groups and media in the spring of 2012 (beginning in October 2011, he will be out of the country for several months), and inquiries may be directed to info@NewNewTestament.org, or 202-500-4646.
James H. Burch
SOURCE New New Testament Group