Thursday, June 7, 2012

The ancient gospel analyst is 1,500 years old: Jesus was never crucified

Based on reports from 'controversial gospel' analysts - the 1,500 year old gold ink found in Turkey - states that Jesus (Prophet Isa. Alaihi salam) is mortal, never crucified, it is considered challenging the core principles of Christian .

Some analysts claim that it is The gospel of Barnabas, which is believed to be in addition to the Gospels of Mark, Mattius, Luke and John, which have brought great attention to the people of the world earlier this year for stating that Jesus prophesied the coming of the Prophet Muhammadshalallahu 'alaihi wa sallam.

In February 2012, the Vatican formally requested permission to see the Aramaic-speaking Book, which texted inked gold written on animal skin and covered in animal skin, which was discovered by Turkey during an anti-smuggling police operation in 2000.

This week, the translation of the Gospel quoted from media documentation - originally written in Syriac, with the Aramaic dialect reportedly stated that Jesus said: "I confess in the presence of Heaven, and summoned to witness all things on earth, that I am a stranger to all, that man has said of me, that I am more than a human being."

"Because I am a human being, born of a woman, subject to the judgment of God, who lives here like other humans, submits to ordinary sufferings,"quotedthe Y-Jesus, magazineonlinebased in the US.

The verse in the gospel denies that Jesus has God and the concept of the Trinity, where Christian doctrine defines God as three Gods: Father, Son (Jesus Christ), and Holy Spiritul.

In addition, the Gospel also states "the existence of Judas Iscariot as a person who died on the cross not Jesus, whereas in the New Testament, Judas betrayed Jesus," reportsAnd Jesus.

These statements refute Christianity, which has been built on the doctrine of Jesus' death as a redeemer of human sin and its resurrection as the hope of eternal life.

The statement supports the teachings of Islam, that Jesus (Isa Al-Masih) was a human being who became the Prophet and Apostle of Allah, not God, then raised to heaven by Allah, not dead on the cross.

As Allah says in the Qur'an: "Verily, those who say:"Verily, Allah is the Messiah, the son of Mary." But the Messiah said: "Children of Israel, worship Allah and my Lord and your Lord." Verily, he who associates with Allah, He will certainly make him the Garden of Paradise, and his abode is the Fire. There will be no helper for the helpers. "(5: 75)

"And because of their saying:" We have killed the Messiah, Jesus son of Mary, the Messenger of Allah ", but they did not kill him nor crucify him, but they whom the Lord had with them. those who disputed about Isa's (murder), really in doubt about the murder. They had no conviction about who was killed, except to follow the thought, they were not convinced that what they killed was Isa.But (actually), God raised Jesus to Him. And Allah is Mighty, Wise. "(4: 157-158)

The Y-Jesussaid "In line with Islamic beliefs, the gospel treats Jesus as a human being and not God. Refuses the thought of the Holy Trinity and Crucifixion, and reveals that Jesus predicted the coming of the Prophet Muhammad."

In one of the verses of the Gospel, Jesus said to a priest:"How is Messiah called? Muhamamad is a blessed name".

"In another verse, Jesus denied being the Messiah, claiming that he would become the Ismaili, a term used for Arabs," the report addedAnd Jesus.

The ancient Aramaic gospel caused a lot of controversy about the authenticity of the entire contents of the Gospel. No one has been able to ascertain the overall authenticity of the contents of the Gospel, whether all of them contain what was taught by Prophet Jesus'alaihi salam, or there have been changes to it. But several statements from the Gospels that were revealed, have denied the basic Christian principles.

While the Protestant minister İhsan Özbek denied that the Gospel was written by St. Barnabas. "Copies in Ankara may have been written by one of the followers of St Barnabas," he told Turkey's Today Today newspaper in 2012.Wallahu a'lam bish shawab.

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