posted on Apr, 11 2014 @ 02:21 AM
reply to post by Cinrad
Thousands of scrolls, codices, fragments make no mention of Jesus' wife and this one does. The coherent christology contained in the old and new
testaments also favour Jesus not having a wife. Tons of scientific research done to establish the authenticity of the scriptures indicate that the
Bible is a genuine record of the coming of the messiah. It would take more than one fragment of an old text to make me think otherwise... unless of
course I already had a
I was fortunate when in 1989, studying Theology, to have and take the opportunity to look and even read, at that time, was the oldest known Holy
It had mention of this as well as quite a few mentions of Jesus's brattiness, how he'd been mean to his Mother, a trickster on his older brothers,
how he thought his twin brother witless, no mention of Joseph except as master carpenter and partner of orgies, his sisters MADE to be his
Priestesses, him seeking out a prostitute who he later married, lived and procreated with her for a few years around a region of France after his twin
brother took his place on the cross, him and wife Mary going back, ' home, ' while near the end of her pregnancy, him being a drunken gambler, the
Romans once again murdering him, his wife and infant son.
Think about it, either version, the Romans MURDERED Jesus Christ. THEN have nerve to become CHRISTIANS, forming armies of Knights Templars, basically
till the World became under certain Roman law. Hence the ONLY people to take over the World in the sneakiest most successful way ever. CHRISTIANITY.
Did Romans let their wives do or be anything other than human chattel? Respected? No.
So why would the Vatican ever release any other scriptures other than those sharing the wanted information.
No. I can't prove this to you. Very few ever had the privilege of seeing the oldest known Bibles, nor can I say why.
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