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Faithists reborn

New York Kosmon Temple ditches Christianity, takes up forgotten 'bible' from 1800s written by dentist

By SAM KESTENBAUM THE NEW YORK TIMES

This article was published June 16, 2018 at 2:48 a.m.

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The Oahspe Bible at the Kosmon Temple, home to Faithists, in New York.

The Kosmon Temple is home to the Faithists, in New York. Faithists pray with the Oahspe bible, a mystical document created by the so-called divine ins...

Izhor Logan asks a question about marriage during the Faithist Sunday church service at the Kosmon Temple in New York.

The New York Kosmon Temple has no stained-glass windows, crucifixes or sounds of gospel ringing from its doors. A banner with a shot of pink hangs outside the church with the cryptic message: "Faithists meet here." Small crystals jingle when the front doors swing open.

The Kosmon Temple is home to the Faithists, in New York. Faithists pray with the Oahspe bible, a mystical document created by the so-called divine ins...

Izhor Logan asks a question about marriage during the Faithist Sunday church service at the Kosmon Temple in New York.

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