IMG_4260It’s hard to describe how enormously gratifying it is to hold a print copy of (what I hope is just) my first book.


But it’s true: The Apocalyptic Gospel: Mystery, Revelation, and Common Sense is now available for purchase (though we are still preparing the Kindle edition).


There are a lot of people that have made this project possible—for example, Philip Eugene Tanner, who was especially instrumental in helping me to connect with John Mabry at the Apocryphile Press. John has graciously guided me through the ordeal of publishing The Apocalyptic Gospel, and he and his team have turned my manuscript into something special.


Another vital group of supporters who have made this edition of The Apocalyptic Gospel possible are those often-anonymous readers who purchased the early e-book version when it was (self)-published in 2014. The latest version of the book is updated with new content, including (marginally) expanded chapters and (moderately) updated footnotes. Several typos have also been corrected.


The primitive, self-published Apocalyptic Gospel e-book sold for the bargain-basement price of $3.99 and a wonderful group of people (readers! My readers! It’s happening! It’s happening!) shelled out the money for an untested book.


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Today the Apocalyptic Gospel is available for $19.99. But as a way of saying thank you to my early adopters who bought the early ebook, I can offer a 50% discount on the updated print edition (for a limited time).


To claim your $10 paperback copy of The Apocalyptic Gospel, all you have to do is email me at, or contact me on Facebook with a Private Message to make arrangements (checks, cash, and PayPal accepted) and the shipping and handling is on me.


The only catch? the actual original coverYou must claim your discount before the official book launch in September 2016.


This honor-system promotion is a small way for me to say Thank You Thank You Thank You to those blessed souls who took time to look at my self-published ebook with all its typos and its cheesy cover.


Seriously—thank you.

Written by Justin Staller

Justin studies Christian Spirituality at the GTU, where he received his M.A. in Biblical Languages after earning his B.A. in Religious Studies at Cal. Justin is also member of the Society of Biblical Literature, the Catholic Biblical Association, and the Society for the Study of Christian Spirituality.

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