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ancient book shows Jesus is not Son of God

There was a report in 2012 spreading the Internet that an ancient book dated way back 1500 up to 2000 years ago was found in Ethnography Museum of Ankara in Turkey. The news made all Christians and the Vatican Church in state of awe.

According to the report, the book was written by Barnabas, a disciple of Jesus Christ. The book contains passages that Jesus Christ was not the son of God, but a mere prophet. He also said that Jesus Christ wasn’t crucified, contrary to what all Christian Bible says.

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Barnabas also includes in the book that it was Judas Iscariot who was crucified, not Jesus. The book also claims that the real impostor was Apostle Paul, not Judas. Barnabas gospels also says that Jesus ascended into heaven alive.

National Turk reports that the what they call ‘The Bible’ was obtained from smugglers in the Mediterranean area. According to the report, the smugglers were charged with smuggling antiques and explosives.

The book costs 40 Million Turkish Liras or 28 Million Dollars.

Here is the excerpt of the report:

Experts and religious authorities in Tehram insist that the book is original. The book itself is written with gold lettering, onto loosely-tied leather in Aramaic, the language of Jesus Christ. The text maintains a vision similar to Islam, contradicting the New Testament’s teachings of Christianity. Jesus also foresees the coming of the Prophet Muhammad, who would found Islam 700 years later.

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Baroy

Baroy loves to travel around the Philippines. He loves gizmos and toys. He is a social media marketing specialist and also a contributor for Cebu and Davao blog.
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Baroy loves to travel around the Philippines. He loves gizmos and toys. He is a social media marketing specialist and also a contributor for Cebu and Davao blog.

 

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