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Troubled by unbelief

A story of a 1500-2000 year old Bible is doing the rounds on the internet in which it is claimed that Jesus was not crucified. Others claim it is a fake. Well, quite obviously it is.

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Much to the dismay of the Vatican, an approx. 1500-2000 year old bible was found in Turkey, in the Ethnography Museum of Ankara.

Found in Turkey, claims Jesus was not crucified and Paul was an imposter.  The book also claims that Jesus ascended to heaven alive, and that Judas Iscariot was crucified in his place. And it says Jesus foretold the coming of Muhammad. Hmmm! Sounds like Islamic doctrine. The book may be real enough, i.e. it exists in the present, but it contains a fake story, just what the Islamic mullahs have claimed for a long time, since the 7th century.

Friend, do not worry, there will always be these attacks on the truth. Remember Christ.

“He comes as a Lamb, to give us confidence; as a Shepherd, to keep us from alarm; and as a Saviour, to draw us to His throne. He will not break the bruised reed Himself, nor will he allow others  to do it. Beloved are you bruised by Satan, troubled by unbelief, and by the hostile world? Do you feel weak and worthless? Are ou discouraged and filled with fear? Fear not! Jesus is gentle, kind, and gracious. He despises none. He rejects no supplicants. Whosoever will may come. He will not cast you out.”  — Daily Remembrancer Oct 29th Evening

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By John Gideon Hartnett

Dr John G. Hartnett is an Australian physicist and cosmologist, and a Christian with a biblical creationist worldview. He received a B.Sc. (Hons) and Ph.D. (with distinction) in Physics from The University of Western Australia, W.A., Australia. He was an Australian Research Council (ARC) Discovery Outstanding Researcher Award (DORA) fellow at the University of Adelaide, with rank of Associate Professor. Now he is retired. He has published more than 200 papers in scientific journals, book chapters and conference proceedings.