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Re: no "lost books" of the Bible
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Re: no "lost books" of the Bible

The word "lost" wasn't correct. What happened was , the early Church "fathers" simply decided to leave out many passages when they were putting the scrolls together. They had their motives whatever they were. So someone put the so-called lost books into a book called, "The Lost Books of the Bible" which contains the Apochrapha. Or however it's spelled !! I bought the book decades ago.
Then a few weeks ago I saw a tv show, I think on the History Channel, and they were interviewing priests and a very popular, higher up in the Catholic Church. They were discussing the most surprising passages in these lost books such as, "Jesus kisses Mary often on the mouth" and basically agreed that Jesus either was or very well could have been married to Mary. Then they discussed the painting The Last Supper and pointed out the person to the left of Jesus in the painting looked like a female. Not only that, she was leaning towards the left forming a "V" shape which, in the artists' day (DaVinci) stood for female. She has long, blond curls and they blew up her picture and it definitely looked female. Of course, they had one nay-sayer insisting , "no; that doesn't look female to me at all" but it does. Mary was Jesus' favorite disciple; the Church is still in the Dark Ages, not wanting women to get to feeling superior in believing that a woman could even BE an Apostle.
DaVinci knew exactly what he was doing when he slipped Mary into that painting. He belonged to some Secret Society that knew how close Jesus and Mary were. The church hated the idea so much that they had the gall to teach that Mary was a prostitute.
Certainly Not an Apostle. So, divinely inspired or not, the early church is responsible for reprehensible things. Very controlling and manipulative in those days.

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