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Marcion of Sinope

Marcionism is a type of Christianity which started around 144 C.E.[1] It was started by Marcion of Sinope in Rome. Marcionn believed in Jesus Christ, but did not accept the Bible or Yahweh. He was a dualist, and believed that the god who wrote the Old Testament was different than the god who wrote the New Testament.

Traditionally members of the church are required to wear pointed-head garments to show reverence to the god of the Old Testament.

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  1. (According to Tertullian in Adversus Marcionnem, it started 115 years and 6 months after the Crucifixion of Jesus)

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