Tuesday, April 01, 2008


The academic world was turned on its head today with the announcement of the discovery of ancient Gospel relating the life of Christ.

PHILADELPHIA (AP)--The discovery of another ancient account of the life of Christ was made known today by two scholars working in connection with Pittsburgh Seminary.

"There is no doubt about it," Dr. Holtzman declared at a press conference Tuesday morning,"this the most important discovery since the Dead Sea Scrolls. It is actually more significant than the Nag Hammadi collection!"

The scholars went on to say that the document clearly dates to the first century. Moreover, it is associated with the name of one of Jesus' original disciples. It is believed that this document will be viewed as a necessary supplement to the Synoptic Gospels in historical Jesus research, as it confirms much of the portrait of Jesus found therein, though with some differences.
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kentuckyliz said...

It's Q!!!!

How ever did we get along without this document for two millennia?!