Monthly Archives: October 2013

Jesus was not Jewish says Christian scholar

MECHANICSBURG, Pa. — Sunbury Press has released author Karim El Koussa’s religious history “Jesus the Phoenician, ” placing Jesus’s origins in Galilee, outside of Judea.

jtp_fcAbout the book:

Jesus the Phoenician. A book of religious history that is sure to challenge conventional thinking about the origins of Jesus Christ, not only among Christians in the west, but in the entire world. It conveys important historical, geographical, archaeological, cultural and theological findings regarding the possibility that Jesus was not Jewish, but rather Phoenician.

Could Jesus have been a non-Jew? Of course!

He was Phoenician in every possible way.

Be ready to experience a World Revelation and a Christian Revolution…


Part I

Etymology of the Savior’s Name

The Great Annunciation

The Family of Jesus

Part II

The Geographical Region: Mt. Carmel & Bet-Lahem of Galilee

The Historical Evidence of Jesus the Galilean

The Galilean Disciples of Jesus

Part III

The Cultural and Religious Entourage at the Time of Jesus

The Hypothetical Jesus the Jew Fails to Prove Himself Once Again

Which God and What Temple?

Part IV

The Extra-New Testament Sources

The Church New Testament

The Religion and Theology of Jesus the Phoenician




Authentic Maps of the Phoenician Bethlehem

Bet(h)-Lahem (House of Bread)

Map 1 – Section of “Palestine”

Map 2 – Section of ancient “Soria”

This is a section of the first scientific map of Syria (meaning Phoenicia). It was drawn by the geographer Ptolemy around 150 AD, basing it on the work of Arastonis and Marinos of Tyre.

Map 3 – Section of “Bird’s Eye View of the Holy Land”

Map 4 – Section of “Israel”


The Grotto of Makadoushi where Virgin Lady Maryām waited for her son to return from his missionary journeys in Jerusalem

The Lebanese Kana or Qana

the place of origin of the Virgin Lady Maryām

the famous wedding of Kana where the first miracle of turning water into wine occurred


Table 1 – Yāwshu Family Tree

Table 2 – The Apostles

Table 3 – The Approximate Timeline of the Most Important Christian Events and the Development of the Church New Testament

Jesus the Phoenician

Authored by Karim El Koussa

List Price: $19.95
6″ x 9″ (15.24 x 22.86 cm)
Black & White on White paper
348 pages
Sunbury Press, Inc.
ISBN-13: 978-1620062814
ISBN-10: 162006281X
BISAC: Religion / Christianity / History

Also available on Nook and Kindle

For more information, please see:…


“Five Drops of Estrogen” again tops the bestseller list at Sunbury Press

MECHANICSBURG, Pa. — “Five Drops of Estrogen: A man’s tribute to womanhood and the undying power of humility, selflessness and sacrifice,” Nirmal Joshi’s book about the lives of five extraordinary women in his family,  was #1 for the second month in a row thanks to author events.  Dennis Herrick’s “Winter of the Metal People,” a novel about the Tiguex War between the Spanish and the Pueblo Indians in New Mexico, ranked #2 due to regional sales in New Mexico.

Sunbury Press’s year-to-date sales for 2013 are up 21% over 2012. EBook sales are up 13% over the year-to-date prior, lagging the growth in print sales. Sales for the quarter were even with 3rd quarter sales in 2012 as the company reported significant returns from book stores in August. Regarding the monthly performance, it was the best September ever for Sunbury.

fdoe_fcSusan Dahlgren Daigneault’s “In the Shadow of a Mountain,” a memoir about her WW2 hero father Ed Dahlgren “The Sergeant York of Maine,” reappeared in the top 10 at #3, thanks to interest in New England.

T. Anderson’s “Stella Nova,” the second installment in the Stella Steinar series, debuted at #4 thanks to author activities.

The Joe’s — Farrell and Farley — took the 5th spot with “Keystone Tombstones Civil War” thanks to interest in the Gettysburg 150th anniversary, sales at the Gettysburg Visitors Center and author events.

John Lindermuth’s “Digging Dusky Diamonds,” a history of life in the Pennsylvania Coal Region, joined the list at #6 thanks to regional interest.

A. Gimbernat’s “The Lust for Reverance,” a scientific work connecting genetics to our desire to worship, ranked 7th, due to sales in France.

“The Trevorton, Mahanoy and Susquehanna Railroad,” Steve Troutma’s history of this defunct line, took the 8th spot thanks to author activities.

“Hour 30,” Dr. Brandon Musgrave’s medical school memoir, ranked 9th due to author events and eBook sales.

Mike Campbell’s “Amelia Earhart – The Truth At Last” dropped several notches, taking #10 on the list, thanks to continued steady sales to truth-seekers.

Following are the top overall print sellers by category:

History / Memoir – “Five Drops of Estrogen” by Nirmal Joshi
Fiction  – “Winter of the Metal People” by Dennis Herrick
Horror/Mystery – “The Weeping Woman” by Patricia Santos Marcantonio
Children/YA – “The Mouse with the Broken Tail” by Dan Shutters
The Arts – “Contemporary Photo Impressionists” by T K McCoy
Self-Help – “Raising Monarchs” by Sue Fox McGovern
Metaphysical/Spiritual – “Messages from Beyond” by Michele Livingston
Reference – “Linnea’s Kitchen: Yummy Ayurvedic Recipes and Life Lessons” by Linnea Jepson

The company released four new titles during the month of September:
“Digging Dusky Diamonds” by John Lindermuth
“The Old Songs” by Fred Burton
“Letters from a Shoebox” by Jim Dohren
“Stella Nova” by T Anderson

For a list of Sunbury’s all-time best-sellers, please see the Sunbury Press web site:

For a complete list of recent and upcoming releases, please see: