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“Gospel of Jesus’ Wife” | without comments

May 20, 2013
Gospel of Jesus' Wife, recto

Gospel of Jesus’ Wife, recto:Wikipedia


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Gospel of Jesus’ Wife

The “Gospel of Jesus’ Wife” is the name given to the text on a papyrus fragment with writing in Egyptian Coptic that includes the words, “Jesus said to them, ‘my wife…'”.[1] The text on the fragment is alleged to be a fourth century translation of what is said to be “a gospel probably written in Greek in the second half of the second century.”[2]

Professor Karen L. King (who announced the existence of the papyrus in 2012) and her colleague AnneMarie Luijendijk named the fragment the “Gospel of Jesus’s Wife” for reference purposes[3] but have since acknowledged the name was controversial.[note 1] King has insisted that the fragment, “should not be taken as proof that Jesus, the historical person, was actually married”.[4] Luijendijk and fellow papyrologist Roger Bagnall authenticated the papyrus with Luijendijk suggesting it would have been impossible to forge.

However, the Vatican‘s semi-official newspaper, L’Osservatore Romano, has claimed the gospel is a “very modern forgery”.[5] A number of independent scholars have since provided evidence to support this view, suggesting the papyrus includes textual mistakes (a typographical error) identical to those made only in a particular on-line modern iteration of corresponding texts.[6]’_Wife

The Prophetic Burial of Jesus

March 26, 2013

Truth Matters says:

In John 19:38 we are introduced to a man named Joseph of Arimathea. Joseph is somewhat of a mysterious character. He is mentioned in all four of the gospels, but only in relation to the burial of Jesus. Other than at this time, we know very little else about him.

But I wonder, Why would Matthew, Mark, Luke and John all make sure to mention him when talking about the burial of Jesus…

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Paarsurrey says:

Jesus was put on the cross; but he was delivered near-dead from the cross; his friends knew that he was alive and took him hurriedly to a solitary tomb which was prepared by Joseph of Arimathea for his own burial . Jesus was treated there; later he migrated to India to convey the message entrusted to him by the one true creator God to the lost tribes of the house of Israel. One may like to view the above video.

March 26, 2013

Paarsurrey says:

Jesus was put on the cross; but he was delivered near-dead from the cross; his friends knew that he was alive and took him hurriedly to a solitary tomb which was prepared by Joseph of Arimathea for his own burial . Jesus was treated there; later he migrated to India to convey the message entrusted to him by the one true creator God to the lost tribes of the house of Israel.

One may like to view the following link.

Catholics and Protestants: their abode is permanently in confusion

January 20, 2010

sch Says:

Why is it that Christians today want to loose their identity? The Bible was passed down from the prophets and Apostles and now we have Christians that are trying to look for favour in the eyes of people that do not believe on our GOD
Paarsurrey is confused and does not know whether he is Christian or Muslim. Leave them to their religion and follow what God has given you. Remember Jesus words relevation 22:18-19
18″For I testify unto every man that heareth the words of the prophecy of this book, If any man shall add unto these things, God shall add unto him the plagues that are written in this book:
19And if any man shall take away from the words of the book of this prophecy, God shall take away his part out of the book of life, and out of the holy city, and from the things which are written in this book. “(KJV)
Strive to make yourselves worthy in God’s eyes and not look for favour in man.

paarsurrey Says:

Hi friend sch

I am not confused. It is rather to save the Catholics Protestants from confusion.

Like the passage you have quoted from NT Bible; this passage is not for the whole of Bible, may be it is intended only for Revelation.

Bible is a collection of many books; the Gospels to start with consisted of some forty Books out of which only four were clubbed together haphazardly; so just by doing this the Catholics Protestants were cut off from the tree of life, if these verses were of any value.

So according to the revelation 22:18-19 the Catholics Protestants are suffering from the plague of confusion and are out of the holy city. Form the time Paul and Church invented Trinity for them; the Catholics’ and Protestants’ abode is permanently in confusion.

I wish that they come out of this confusion.
Further, the verses are not written by Jesus as you have written but are ascribed to John.

I think you now understand.

I love Jesus and Mary as mentioned in Quran


Sinful scribes were not eyewitnesses of crucifixion

November 16, 2009

Islam poses no threat to the freedom of thought

ThereIs1Adonai wrote:

The Bible had many writers with revelations that added to the message of God, and they were often eyewitnesses to the events they wrote about.

Hi friend ThereIs1Adonai

I don’t agree with the contents of your post due to following reasons, to start with.

1. Paul never spent anytime with Jesus, he was therefore not an eyewitness; yet his accounts have been included in the Bible for nothing.
2. The theme of the Bible, a human devised theme, is to mention the event of the Cross. None of the four gospel writers was an eyewitness of the event of the crucifixion of Jesus. As per Matthew; they all fled away.
3. Jesus did receive Word of Revelation from the Creator-God Allah YHWH; none of the scribes of NT received any Word from the Creator- God Allah YHWH; they were not capable of receiving it as they were sinful persons. They deserted Jesus when he needed them most.
4. Even the account of the event of the Cross they wrote from hearsay was incorrect; as Jesus never died on Cross, he was though put on the Cross, yet he was delivered from it in a near-dead position. The Creator- God Allah YHWH saved his life like He saved Jonah’s life in a very difficult and odd postion. He was treated in the tomb he was laid in by his trusted friends and when his injuries inflicted on the Cross got healed he migrated to the lost sheep of Israel who were in exile.

Paul and the gospel writers were therefore, in my opinion, not trustworthy persons and Jesus had in effect warned against such persons.

Atheists Agnostics to please join the discussion on this issue believing in God and the Revelation first.

I love Jesus and Mary as mentioned in Quran.


Quran presents true God and His attributes – Bible fails to present true God and his attributes

May 17, 2009

Mirza Ghulam Ahmad 1835-1908, the Promised Messiah, the Second Coming says:

The Holy Quran is the only book in the world that has shown God and
His attributes to be in accord with the same law of nature which is the result
of God’s ‘action’ in this world and is imprinted in human nature and

The God of the Christians is confined to the leaves of the
Gospel, and anyone whom the Gospel has not reached remains ignorant of

But no thinking man can be unaware of the God presented by the
Holy Quran. The True God is the one Who has been presented by the
Quran and testified by human nature as well as the law of nature.

Artificial ‘God’ Jesus, who lies buried in Sirinagar, (Mohallah Khanyar), Kashmir, India can be of no avail to anyone

May 1, 2009

Mirza Ghulam Ahmad 1835-1908, the Promised Messiah, the Second Coming says:

Remember, we hold Jesus (AS) in great esteem, and regard
him as a Prophet of God.5 We are also averse to the kinds
of objections raised against him that have recently been
published by the Jews.

My aim is only to show that just as
the Jews attack Jesus and his Gospel out of sheer prejudice,
in much the same way the Christians attack the Holy
Quran and the Holy Prophet (sa). Christians should not have
followed the misguided ways of the Jews, but it is a rule
that when people are unable to attack a religion on the basis
of truth and justice, many of them resort to slanderous

This is also what the author of Yanabi-ul-Islam
has done. The love of this world is the cause of all such
evil, otherwise Islam is the only heavenly religion which
continues to manifest fresh blessings. It is only through
the pure fountain of Islam that man is led to the Living
God; and the artificial ‘God’, who lies buried in Srinagar
(Mohallah Khanyar), Kashmir, can be of no avail to anyone.

I will now turn to the gentleman from Bareilly and
commence this book. [It is Allah Who guides to
the right path].

Mirza Ghulam Ahmad of Qadian
The Promised Messiah
1st March, 1906

7 It was with a heavy heart that I read your letter,
which you wrote after studying the book Yanabi-ul-
Islam, authored by a Christian. I am surprised that you
have begun to harbour doubts about Islam on account of
the falsehood and deceit spread by people whose God is
dead, whose religion is dead, whose book is dead, and
who are themselves dead for they lack the spiritual eye.

8 You must remember that these people
have not only interpolated the books of God, but have
surpassed every other people in falsehood and fabrication
in order to promote their faith. Since they do not
possess the light which descends from heaven in support
of the truth, and distinguishes a true religion through repeated
testimonies, they are forced to employ all kinds of
deceit, fabrication and fraud to alienate people from the
living faith—Islam.


4 The word ‘battle’ must not be taken to mean a battle fought with swords or
guns, for God has now forbidden this kind of Jihad. This form of Jihad was
destined to be abolished in the time of the Promised Messiahas, as foretold
by the Holy Quran. Sahih Bukhari also contains the Hadith *
which refers to the Promised Messiahas. [Author]

* He [the Promised Messiah] shall put an end to war. [Publishers]

5 Whatever unpleasant things have come forth from my pen regarding
Jesus (as) are only by way of counteraccusation. I have done no more than to
reproduce the words of the Jews. If only the Christian clergymen could be
civil and God-fearing and would stop abusing our Holy Prophet (sa), the
Muslims would respond with twenty times greater cordiality. [Author]

6 In the name of Allah, the Gracious, the Merciful. We praise Him and
invoke His blessings upon His noble Messenger and exalted Prophet.

7 Peace be on you. [Publishers]

8 An expression of regret or sorrow. Literally: ‘We belong to Allah, and to
Him shall we return.’ [Publishers]

Why striking resemblance between the moral teaching of the Buddha and that of Jesus??!!

April 29, 2009

The Second Coming 1835-1908 says:

There is, moreover, another resemblance between the Buddha and Jesus: Buddhism records that the Buddha during the Temptation was fasting; that the fast lasted for forty days. Readers of the Gospel know that Jesus also observed a forty days’ fast.

As I have just now stated, there is such a striking resemblance between the moral teaching of the Buddha and that of Jesus, that for those acquainted with both it has become something surprising.

For example, the Gospels say: do not resist evil, love your enemy, live in poverty, shun pride and falsehood and greed. The same is the teaching of the Buddha6. Nay, the Buddhistic teaching lays greater stress on it, so much so that the killing even of ants and insects has been declared a sin.

The outstanding principle of Buddhism is: sympathy for the whole world; seeking the welfare of the whole of humanity and of all the animals; promotion of a spirit of unity and mutual love. The same is the gospel teaching. Again, just as Jesus sent his disciples to different countries — journeying to one himself — so was the case with the Buddha.

Buddhism by Sir Monier Monier Williams records that the Buddha sent out his disciples to preach, addressing them thus: ‘Go forth and wander everywhere, out of compassion for the world and for the welfare of gods and men. Go forth, in different directions. Preach the doctrine (Dharham), salutary (Kalayana) in its beginning, middle and end, in its spirit (artha) and in its letter (vyanjana). Proclaim a life of perfect restraint, chastity and celibacy (Drahmacariyam). I will go also to preach this doctrine’ (Mahavagga 1.11.1)7.

The Buddha went to Benares and performed many miracles in that territory; he delivered an impressive sermon on a hill just as Jesus had delivered his sermon on the mount. Again, the same book states that the Buddha preached mostly in parables; he explained spiritual matters by means of physical analogies.

Let it be remembered that this moral teaching and this mode of preaching, i.e., talking in parables, was the method of Jesus. This mode of preaching and this moral teaching, combined with other circumstances, at once suggest that this was in imitation of Jesus.

Jesus was here in India; he went preaching everywhere; the followers of the Buddhist Faith met him, and finding him a holy person who worked miracles, recorded these things in their books; nay, they declared him to be the Buddha, for it is human nature to try to acquire a good thing for oneself wherever it may be, so much so, that people try to record and remember any clever remark made by any person before them.

It is, therefore, quite likely that the followers of the Buddhist Faith may have reproduced the entire picture of the Gospels in their books; as for example, fasting for forty days both by Jesus and the Buddha; the Temptation of both; the birth of both being without father8, the moral teaching of both; both calling themselves the Light, both calling themselves Master and their Companions disciples; just as Matthew, chapter 10 verses 8 and 9, states: ‘Provide neither gold, nor silver, nor brass in your purses,’ so the Buddha gave the same command to his disciples; just as the Gospel encourages celibacy, so does the teaching of the Buddha; just as there was an earthquake when Jesus was put on the Cross, so it is recorded, these was an earthquake at the death of the Buddha.

All these points of resemblance arise from the fact of Jesus’ visit to India, which was a piece of good luck for the followers of the Buddhist Faith, from his staying among them for a considerable time and from Buddhists acquiring a good knowledge of the facts of his life and of his noble teaching.

Consequently, it was inevitable that a great part of that teaching and ceremonial should find its way into Buddhistic records for Jesus was respected and taken for the Buddha by the Buddhists. These people, therefore, recorded his sayings in their books and ascribed them to the Buddha.


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