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After further scrutiny of photographs of the book, manuscripts specialist at the University of Cambridge library and Fellow of Wolfson College JF Coakley suggested that the book could have been written a good deal later.
"The Syriac writing seems to be in the East Syriac script with vowel points, and you do not find such manuscripts before about the 15th century.
"On the basis of the one photo...if I'm not mistaken some words at least seem to be in modern Syriac, a language that was not written down until the mid-19th century,"
Originally posted by sy.gunson
Carbon dating a small piece of it would clarify it's age.
What interests me is whether it differs from the Bible altered in the Council of Nycea in 325 BC ?
I would love to see an online comparison between the Bible pre 325BC and what we have now ?
Originally posted by theresult
reply to post by LostNemesis
I agree its very mad, the only thing im confused with not so much the date "1000" years or "2000" the fact this book/bible was writen IN GOLD is what baffles me!!!
and the dates are going to be interesting.. 1k or 2k if this book was made it has info we all deserve to be aware of so we can make our own judgements
Originally posted by Wertdagf
LOL if it contridicts anything that current religious people believe..... it will just be thrown out as a fake... or a devils trick.
Such a beautiful world.... makes me laugh and cry at the same time.