posted on Jul, 10 2004 @ 10:59 PM
Here is the rest of it. It is very interesting to see what the church decided was too much to edit and so just had it banned.
Gospel of Thomas explains how it all started with Jesus. Jesus is 5-12 years old and is a troublemaker. Gospel of Thomas was very popular, until
later years the church had it thrown out. First time Gospel of Thomas was printed out was in 185ad. It has Jesus making sparrows out of clay on the
Sabbath and was in trouble with the law. Also, it has a story about Jesus as a kid. He killed someone by pushing him off a roof. But he then raises
the kid from the dead. He had a dark side to him. He blinded a man for criticizing his fathers work. He uses his power to knock down his teachers,
friends, anyone. But he starts to help his dad and mom and the people when he gets older. As mentioned he would lenghten a board if cut to short for
Joseph. But the whole story of the Gospel of Thomas is Jesus growing and learning how to use his power for good. So why is it banned? It shows that
when young he made mistakes but as he grew he learned and became the man the Christians think he is.
Next is the book that disproves Mary being a virgin. It doesn’t make sense she was a virgin, does it? She was married, what kind of honeymoon is
that? Gospel Of James. This tells you about Mary before and after the birth. It starts out with Mary’s parents praying for a child for the wife was
barren. They see an angel, and Mary is born. The Christians say Mary remained a virgin. But the Gospel of James reports that Mary had four sons and
countless daughters before Jesus. In fact, James, the guy who was stoned to death, was either a brother or half brother of Jesus. And so in Mark 6:1
it speaks of the brothers and sisters of Jesus. But know what is sad? Mary is mentioned more in the Quran than in the bible. But that isn’t
important in this topic.
The Gospel of Mary. Now we have Mary Magdalene. Now I have known about this before, that Mary was the lover of Jesus and the leader of the seven
female disciples. She was also an Apostle. Jesus gave her special training, and Jesus told her more than anyone else. Most of the 12 male disciples
are jealous of her and they first try to discredit her, but the few not jealous of her keep the others from fighting. Also, Jesus told Mary that WHEN
he died she would be the leader. I already know why the church left out this part. It gave a woman power, and the church can’t have that. All women
but Virgin Mary are discredited by the church and the books allowed in the bible are edited to make all women either whores or clueless. In fact this
book was ordered destroyed by the leader of the early church but the people already had read them, knew them, and most could not bring themselves to
destroy the words of Mary, Jesus’ lover. So they put them in pots and buried them to be found 2000 years later and revealed to the world.
Next is Gospel of Nicodemes where Jesus goes to hell when he dies. It begins with an eyewitness account of the trial and execution of Jesus. Jesus
basically goes in and has the gates opened. Turns out hell is not fire and brimstone, but where you go when you die. Now Jesus sees all the people
who died before him, so had not known him. He brings them out of hell and leads them to heaven and now hell is where you go if you sin and heaven if
you are good. But before Jesus died, hell was where you went when you died for one had not known Jesus and therefore could not know god. This
explains a main atheist argument of “What happened to all the millions of people who were alive before Jesus was born?” This explains it! So why
kept out? Because the church didn’t like hearing about Hell not being fire and brimstone for if it isn’t how can you scare people into believing?
Last book is the Apocalypse of Peter, the last chapter of the bible. Well, suppose to be but the church didn’t like it so it was thrown out. The
Revelation of John took over Peter’s spot. Of course, Apocalypse in Greek is revelation, or when God opens the heavens. Peter’s Apocalypse describes
sin, what kinds of sin, the punishments for the various sins, and what happens to the righteous. If you were a womanizer, you were hung by your penis.
If you were a spreader of lies, hung by your tongue. But Peter also asks God why all these people were being tortured, and why are they to be there
for all eternity. God tells him it is a secret, don’t tell anyone else. but they will get out once they are redeemed and pure. Reason church took
this out is the thought that people are stupid and would see this and do what they wanted for yes they would go to hell, but not forever. The same
excuse they use for when they talk about Jews, atheists, Hindus, so forth. “They don’t believe that they will be punished for their actions so they
will kill and rape and steal all they want.” But this is not true for humans know what is wrong and what is right. They don’t need to worry about an
all powerful spanking for being bad for they know that it is wrong to kill and rape and steal.