Lost Gospels of the Bible

July 5, 2011 in Ancient Myths, Beliefnet, Conspiracy, Mainstream Religion, Occult Philosophy, Other Faiths, Psychic & Paranormal, Shroud of Turin, UFO & Extraterrestrial by Webmaster

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Examples include the Gospel of Peter, the Gospel of Mary, the Gospel of Thomas, and the Gospel of Judas.


“The existence of this gospel was unknown until several fragments were discovered in modern times. Since the only long fragment is a Coptic translation, most of the original Greek text is still lost. And even the long fragment may only include about half of the book.”

Because the “Mary” in this gospel is depicted as a very prominent disciple, most scholars assume that she is Mary Magdalene, although in the extant text she is always just called Mary. The gospel emphasizes her prominence by presenting her as a strong leader, and by suggesting that she was the most favored disciple of Jesus and received a special revelation from him. It also suggests that this led to a conflict with Peter, who may have seen her as a threat to his position as overall leader of the disciples in the period after Jesus departed.
The Lost Gospels — a BBC video documentary (released in 2008). Full Video in 9 parts. Anglican priest Peter Owen Jones searches for the texts that didn’t make it into the bible as we know it.

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