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The Gospel According to Lilith (Book)

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The Gospel According to Lilith: Book One
The Gospel According to Lilith: Book One Book Cover, written by Lonnie Hicks
The Gospel According to Lilith: Book One Book Cover, written by Lonnie Hicks
Author(s) Lonnie Hicks
Publisher Lonnie Hicks Publishing
Publication date December 21, 2009
Media type Paperback
Length 282 Pages
ISBN 978-0984348633

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The Gospel According to Lilith: Book One, also released as The Gospel According to Lilith, is a book written by Lonnie Hicks. This work is written from the perspective of Lilith and takes a somewhat different view of her life and religion in general. Written as the first book of a series, no further works appeared and the work was later reissued as a stand alone title with no further mention of a series to follow.


Overview

  • Title: The Gospel According to Lilith: Book One
  • Author: Lonnie Hicks
  • Published By: Lonnie Hicks Publishing
  • Length: 282 Pages
  • Format: Paperback
  • ISBN-10: 0984348638
  • ISBN-13: 978-0984348633
  • Publishing Date: December 21, 2009


Plot Summary

Transmogrification Was Only The Beginning

Lonnie Hicks, in a work of historical fiction, gives an alternative version of the birth of good and evil with the release of his new novel, The Gospel According to Lilith: Book One.

Hicks adapts his historical fiction novel around God’s wife Lilith and her bewitchment by Lucifer, God’s most favored angel. A child is conceived of this union. Hicks recreates the story of this first betrayal as Lord, the Creator of Heaven and Earth, uncovers the betrayal triggering an all-out war in heaven. At the end of the celestial bloodshed, Lucifer, Lilith, and all the angels who sided with them were transmogrified into hideous beasts and banished to the yet volcanically violent Earth. Lucifer becomes a reddened, horned monster with the face and horns of a goat and a pitchfork tail, while Lilith was doomed to crawl on her belly as a serpent. Thus begins a retelling of creation, from the development of Earth to the evolution of humanity, to Jesus’ role on earth.

In The Gospel According to Lilith, Hicks’ mythical exploration of the origins of good and evil will lead readers to discover a fresh, bold, point of view regarding God, the Creation, and even Lucifer.


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