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by Michael Baigent and Richard Leigh


Michael Baigent and Richard Leigh

The oldest Biblical manuscripts in existence, the Dead Sea Scrolls were found in caves near Jerusalem in 1947, only to be kept a tightly held secret for nearly fifty more years, until the Huntington Library unleashed a storm of controversy in 1991 by releasing copies of the Scrolls. In this gripping investigation authors Baigent and Leigh set out to discover how a small coterie of orthodox biblical scholars gained control over the Scrolls, allowing access to no outsiders and issuing a strict "consensus" interpretation.

•Was Jesus indeed the meek lamblike savior of subsequent Christian tradition?
•Was he indeed wholly non-violent?
•Why, then, did he embark on violent actions, such as overturning the tables of the money-changers in the Temple?
•Why is he portrayed as being executed by the Romans in a fashion reserved exclusively for revolutionary activity?
•Why, before his vigil in Gethsemane, did he instruct his followers to equip themselves with swords?
•Why, shortly thereafter, did Peter actually draw a sword and lop off the ear of a minion in the High Priest's entourage?
•And if Jesus was in fact more militant than generally depicted, was he not also, of necessity, more politically committed?
•How, then, could one explain his preparedness to 'give unto Caesar' what was Caesar's - assuming that to be an accurate transcription and translation of his words?

Map of Qumran and the Dead Sea



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The authors' questions begin in Israel, then lead them to the corridors of the Vatican and into the offices of the Inquisition. With the help of independent scholars, historical research, and careful analysis of available texts, the authors reveal what was at stake for these orthodox guardians: The Scrolls present startling insights into early Christianity—insights that challenge the Church's version of the "facts."

More than just a dramatic expose of the intrigues surrounding these priceless documents, The Dead Sea Scrolls Deception presents nothing less than a new, highly significant perspective on Christianity.

Kilde: http://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/scrolls_deadsea/deadsea_scrollsdeception/scrollsdeception.htm#contents

Extraordinary Evidence About Jesus in the Dead Sea Scrolls
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