Faithism (Oahspe)

From Kook Science

Faithism is a religious movement based on Oahspe: A New Bible in the Words of Jehovih and His Angel Embassadors, a text first published in 1882 and believed by members to have been mediumistically received by John Ballou Newbrough via automatic typing.

The name "Faithist" is drawn from Oahspe, in particular as defined in the Book of Jehovih's Kingdom on Earth 7:24-25: "We cannot found the Father's Kingdom with any other members than such as say with all their hearts and mind and soul: Whatsoever Thou puttest upon me, O Jehovih, that will I do with all my wisdom and strength. To have faith in this way is to have Faith with practice; such a one is a Faithist in fact."