1,500 years old bible claims Jesus was not crucified

– A 1500-year-old Bible found in
Turkey claims Jesus Christ was not

– It also states he was not the son of God
but a Prophet

– Religious authorities insist that the
book is authentic

Earth-shattering news are coming from
various websites! The 1500-year-old Bible,
which was discovered in Ankara,
Turkey’s capital, in 2000, refutes the
crucifixion of Jesus Christ. Moreover, it
says that he was not the son of God but a
Prophet, who didn’t die and ascended into
heaven alive.

The 1500-year-old bible was found in
Turkey, in the Ethnography Museum of
It also states that it was Judas Iscariot who
was actually crucified and calls Apostle
Paul the Impostor. This information was
taken from the gospel of Barnabas, who in
this work is one of the twelve apostles.

There is a theory that the modern Bible
was formed out of four canonical gospels
by the Catholic Church during the Council
of Nicea, while the Gospel of Barnabas as
well as many others were ommitted.
The book along with antiquities, illegal
excavations, and explosives
were reportedly confiscated from a group
of smugglers in a Mediterranean-area
operation. It is written in the Aramaic
laguage with gold letters and onto loosely-
tied leather.

The Bible that contradicts the New
Testament teachings of Christianity is
reportedly valued up to 40 million Turkish
Liras (about $28m). While authenticity of
the book is still under question some
experts and religious authorities believe
that it is original.
However, some scholars branded the
Gospel of Barnabas Bible a forgery written
during the Middle Ages. Meanwhile, the
Vatican has asked Turkish authorities to
let them examine the contents of the


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