The Sin Paradox

Amicus Brief

Being updated and revised with new information!
The Sin Paradox Amicus Brief
The sequel to the controversial book
The Sin Paradox; the case against Adam, Eve, and the Serpent.

An amicus brief or amicus curiae is a legal document submitted by someone not directly connected to a case. It is presented as a "friend of the court" or amicus curiae, commonly referred to as an amicus brief.

  • The second in the Paradox series,
    The Sequel to "The Sin Paradox, the case against Adam, Eve, and the Serpent

    The Amicus Brief answers a number of questions and challenges which have risen in response to the original book “The Sin Paradox; the case against Adam, Eve, and the Serpent" The Amicus Brief addresses and clarifies the points and aspects of the original case as well as introduce new evidence. It will also address alternate theories which have been presented elsewhere. Detailing where they fall short on a number of Biblical and scientific levels.

Amicus Brief
A Friend of the Court Brief
Additional facts about the case against Adam, Eve, and the Serpent are submitted.

The Amicus Brief addresses various objections and challenges which were brought up against the original book, The Sin Paradox.

The Amicus Brief also goes into more detail on aspects of the case already raised. It then goes into new information as the case against Adam, Eve, and the Serpent is sent to you, the Jury.

  • Chapters include

    Objections and challenges

    Scripture and Tradition

    The Sabbath

    The Nicene Creed

    The Gap Theory

    Seeds of Confusion


    Knowledge of Good and Evil



    The Last Supper

    The Execution Stake

    A Tender Shoot

    Death, Eating Meat

    The Bible and Abortion

    The Garden of Eden

    Tabernacle in the Shadow

    The Temples

    Born Again


    Who Was, and Is, and Is to Come

    Paradox of the Double Yod




    New Information

    Psalm 69

    Isaiah 57

    Isaiah 59

    The Genesis of The Sin Paradox


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