Bosconism (BOS-co-niz-um) is the official religion of Emardia. Bosconists believe that St. John Bosco is the final element of the Holy Trinity. Bosconism is a branch of Christianity.
Bosconism has three sacred texts.
The Third Testament
The Third Testament contains the story of St. John Bosco's adventure in the Realm of Manna, and the completion of the Holy Trinity.
Dreams, Visions, & prophecies of John Bosco
Dreams, Visions, & prophecies of John Bosco is a book written by John Bosco himself, containing 62 dreams and prophecies of St. John Bosco.
The Spiritual Writings of St. John Bosco
The Spiritual Writings of St. John Bosco is a book written by John Bosco himself. It contains his spiritual writings.
Bosconism is a controversial topic among other branches of Christianity due to its worship of St. John Bosco icons. Priests, theologians, and other experts, argue over the religion being idolatrous or not.
Other branches of Christianity also find Bosconism's theory of a missing element in the Holy Trinity to be controversial, due to the fact that other branches of Christianity believe that the Holy Trinity is already complete.