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  • Genre:HISTORY
  • SubGenre:Historiography
  • Language:English
  • Pages:218
  • eBook ISBN:9781098306113
  • Paperback ISBN:9781098306106

Enemy of Humanity

by Jubei Raziel

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What lies beyond the mysticism of the world's greatest religion? Prepare yourself for an incredible historic journey and read the award-winning book on the silenced history of the bible's true origins and why Christianity will ultimately die.

Winner of the Crimson Quill Award by BookViral!
Winner of Readers' Favorite International Book Contest for Christian non-fiction!
A Millennium Book Award Longlisted Author!


Enemy of Humanity is the greatest compelling position ever arranged covering Christianity and the Bible. This unprecedented examination explores the religion's deepest secrets, its greatest power and why the faith remains brilliantly necessary.

Though naked and succinct, Enemy of Humanity stays purely factual. The text veers from theory and opinion, cementing itself as an extraordinary historical study while presenting questions guaranteed to leave even believers of the faith in awe.

About the author

Jubei Raziel remains somewhat an anomaly, an avant-garde of expression and philosophy. His accomplishments as an exceptional photographer, filmmaker and writer are particularly rare considering the absence of traditional education over an arduous upbringing.

Jubei grew up next door to Lin-Manuel Miranda, modeled for world renowned FORD Models, shared films scenes with the likes of Benedict Cumberbatch and Jared Leto, conversed with Steven Spielberg about gaming and even served Donald J. Trump coffee once—while enduring stretches of homelessness and hunger.

What makes Jubei Raziel a compelling narrator goes well beyond his passion and purity of an artisan. He's raw, provocative and fearless, yet compassionate, romantic and often quiet. He seeks naked veracity careless of prestige. This integral ambition bleeds into every medium he produces, defying the superficiality of trends and pop culture.

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Insightful A fantastic work exploring the distortion of Christianity and its evolution into an enterprise. Evidence based and heavy with historical facts, it challenges the status quo and will compel you to think independently. Ideas are well presented with a clarity that keeps the reader engaged throughout. Read more