We've been taught to believe God loves us, that he created humanity in his own image. But what if we have it wrong? What if God hates us? Two thousand years ago, an obscure Christian sect captured God in a wooden prison and buried him in the desert. Ever since, clandestine groups have searched in vain for the prison's location. Until now.
When a team of archaeologists find a Gnostic temple in the Egyptian desert, it ignites a race to locate God's prison. The winner will hold God - and the future of us all - in their hands. Ialtaboath: A unique adventure combining fantasy, history and religion into a simple journey to an odd destination. If you like Indiana Jones or The DaVinci Code, you'll love Ialtaboath.
©2011, 2012, 2013 William Hrdina (P)2013 William Hrdina
As a Gnostic in the south surounded by evangelicals, this book gives me hope that they read it get curious and seek some knowledge by reading a few of the gnostic gospels.
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