Mark Heston Book Signing
Friday, March 15th, 2-6 p.m.
“‘First Day of the Week,’ Scripture or Tradition?”
This book is the product of 12 years of Mark’s personal research and exposes a
conspiracy within mainstream Christian theology by forensic analysis of the ancient
Hebrew and Greek languages found in Scripture; further correlated with writings from the
Dead Sea Scrolls. The Christian tradition of Sunday worship has only been around since
the 3rd century AD. and has had its origins from the days of Nimrod and the
Tower of Babel. The very land where the one language was confounded as the beginning of
all confusions, while the line of Shem, as one of the sons of Noah’s, retained their understanding by not participating in such activity against God. This language is the
foundation of modern Hebrew today. Find the true answer to the “three days and three nights” question, and why the Sabbath, as Saturday, cannot be done away with and was not for the Jew only.
For details and excerpts go to http://outskirtspress.com/firstdayoftheweek
The book is available for a reduced price at Ye Olde Bookshoppe.
Come join us for an informal discussion with the author and have your questions answered
at this Book Signing scheduled for March 15th, 2019 from 2 – 6 p.m.
Thank you – MRH.