Deny what? It is quite easy to identify which one is a forgery when you research it properly.
I've also been wondering the why's on this. I hate to be 'that person' of questionable leanings but there is a certain group who has been following some very strict and specific protocols pretty closely for at least three hundred years that I know of.I been wondering about the "I" years myself. So far that amounts to keeping an eye out for it, don't have much data to even propose a theory, but I like the way you guys are thinking.
The green color is highly indicative of copper. I always wondered why more of those stone buildings didn't show green on them, if they were all made with copper chisel.
I'm not sure I'll be convinced until I find a decent motive for the date change. What is gained by such a change?
Arrived late to the party.When you look into the authentic copies of ancient history, you will be able to figure out how our present society was shaped based on those ancient history.
With New Testament and Josephus's works, we do know that the sect of Pharisees represented the majority of Hebrews or Judeans. We also know that Apostle Paul was a Pharisee. Jewish rabbis also points out Jesus Christ's constant conflicts with the Pharisees on Traditions of the Elders which is now known as Talmud.
Jesus Christ often cites portions of Tohoroth which is found in Today's Babylonian Talmud such as washings of cups, dishes, hands, etc. in order to oppose the Pharisees. Jesus Christ also opposed the Pharisaic observances of Sabbath which is found in Mishnah Tractate Shabbat 7:2.
We know that Traditions of the Elders in Aramaic was converted into the form of Mishnah (in Hebrew) with further teachings and finally Babylonian Talmud. Through this, Pharisaism became Today's Judaism. So we see how ancient history shaped today's history.
When you research deep into a forged document, then you will also feel that there is something strange about it.
That is what happened with Josephus' Judean Wars Book Six Greek version and its conflicts with Latin version of Josephus' Judean Wars Book Six. My confusions were cleared the moment I read Aramaic version which cleared the confusions in both Greek version and Latin version.
It was certainly a great discussion. But I feel like ending the discussion. I believe that Aramaic New testament and Judean Wars Book Six in Aramaic are authentic while you don't. Let's just end it like that.
Anyway, it is been nice talking with you all. Wish you all good luck with your future investigations!
Based on what, exactly? When the scrolls were first discovered the locals were tearing the scrolls into shreds and selling each shred separately. The buyers finally had to tell them that they'd pay more for intact scrolls than for individual shreds. There may have been some forgeries thrown in the mix to keep the money flowing but it would take a knowledgeable forger to try passing them off as authentic. I don't think the local goat herders qualified as knowledgeable forgers/scholars.These issues are ptobably more common than we will ever know.
is this book still around?Mainstream people are coming to the conclusion that the middle ages never happened.
Newton came to a similar conclusion of a missing 1000 years.
He was an obvious enlightenment deceiver, but after death publication adds some credibility.
The Chronology of Ancient Kingdoms Amended is an approximately 87,000-word composition written by Sir Isaac Newton, first published posthumously in 1728 in limited supply.
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Crikey, there are an awful lot of biblical names starting with JThe main sources for the life of Jesus are the four canonical gospels, which are part of the New Testament. They were originally written in Greek, which at the time was the language of education and culture. In the Greek text, the name is spelled Iēsous. However, since the native language of Jesus was Aramaic (according to consensual history, the Jews, by 500 BC, had switched their native language from Hebrew to Aramaic), it is accepted that his actual name in Aramaic was Yeshua, and that Iēsous was a Greek distortion. The Romans learned from the Greeks, calling him Iesus. During, I believe, the Middle Ages, a new letter, J, was invented, and I's which occurred before other vowels (such as in the Latin words maior and maiestas) became written as J's (major, majestas). However, the pronunciation of J was the same as I or Y. That is why Germans even today pronounce Johann as "Yohan." Some centuries later, though, the pronunciation of the letter J in English changed, leading to our current pronunciation.
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