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MasterDruid
04-07-2011, 06:15 AM
In their controversial book, The Dead Sea Scrolls Deception, the authors Michael Baigent and Richard Leigh give a theory for the long period of time between the discovery of the Dead Sea scrolls and when their contents were finally made public. They say the church was hiding evidence found in the scrolls that Jesus was a fictional character made up by the apostle Paul, who was a sleeper agent for the Romans.

If the theory sounds ludicrous, it is. These are the two crackpot authors that made up the Priory of Sion. Here’s a read on the Dead Sea scrolls controversy: http://www.ancientmonks.com/mystical-order-of-neglected-knowledge/2nd-degree-brother-of-the-cloak-1/the-dead-sea-scrolls-1

Pruner Man
04-07-2011, 03:54 PM
sheesh
how desperate can one be to drag up such pap?
The Bible that God gave us is not good enough for such 'experts' eh
There's none so blind as those that say they see:D
shalom




[quote=MasterDruid;74208]In their controversial book, The Dead Sea Scrolls Deception, the authors Michael Baigent and Richard Leigh give a theshory for the long period of time between the discovery of the Dead Sea scrolls and when their contents were finally made public. They say the church was hiding evidence found in the scrolls that Jesus was a fictional character made up by the apostle Paul, who was a sleeper agent for the Romans.

If the theory sounds ludicrous, it is. These are the two crackpot authors that made