Jesus spoke in Parables, but it was more than just a parable He was speaking. It was a Language... a Parabolic Language and all the Writers of the Canon, Lost Prophets (Books), Book of Enoch, Gospel of Thomas the Apocrypha along with others... All spoke this same Language. Know the Language then you will see & know what is or what is not inspired. ... We at Scriptural-Truth.com help others to recognize His Language, His Parabolic Language... His Voice.
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What would the ancient gospels say about Jesus if they were simply allowed to speak for themselves? Discover a fresh, new view of the most central figure in human history by delving into these ancient and mysterious sources. Step into a larger Christian world full of unexpected twists and turns. See what happens when the lines are blurred and the hidden connections are revealed in this most astonishing of documents. Boldly break the rules of theology and scholarship. Transcend the barriers of conventional thought and grasp what lies beyond it. God is speaking to us by His Eternal Word, through which these things can now be known. One of the great hallmarks of the four canonical gospels is that despite their many similarities, each of them presents Jesus in a slightly different way. Even so, there were far more than four gospels that emerged during the early years of Christianity. In fact, there were, dozens, perhaps hundreds of gospels, each focusing different periods of Jesus' life, as well as differing aspects of his teaching and ministry. Could there be the same unity between these gospels as there is between the four? One way to find out would be to combine them all into a single work and simply see what kind of Jesus they collectively present. The Super Gospel represents the first systematic effort to integrate all of the ancient gospels into a single readable text.
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