Pe site-urile trustului din titlu, cum ar fi „Gandul” sau „Descopera”, circula de cateva zile „marea descoperire” a Evangheliei sotiei lui Iisus. Intr-un delir bine cunoscut, prezinta aceasta descoperie ca fiind autentica, fara insa sa se adauge si din ce secol provine scrierea. Sa fie o simpla greseala? Oare le-a scapat asta?
Pe un site creat special de catre Universitatea Harvard pentru subiectul in cauza este specificat la Q&A:
No, this fragment does not provide evidence that Jesus was married. The comparatively late date of this Coptic papyrus (a seventh to eighth century c.e. fragment of a gospel perhaps composed in Greek as early as the second half of the second century) argues against its value as evidence for the life of the historical Jesus. Nor is there any reliable historical evidence to support the claim that he was not married, even though Christian tradition has long held that position. The oldest and most reliable evidence is entirely silent about Jesus’s marital status. The first claims that Jesus was not married are attested only in the late second century c.e., so if the Gospel of Jesus’s Wife was also composed in the second century c.e., it does provide evidence, however, that the whole question about Jesus’s marital status arose as part of the debates about sexuality and marriage that took place among early Christians at that time. From the very beginning, Christians disagreed about whether it was better to marry or to be celibate, but it was over a century after Jesus’ death before they began using Jesus’s marital status to support their different positions. Christian tradition preserved only those voices that claimed Jesus never married, but now another newly discovered writing, The Gospel of Philip, shows that some Christians claimed Jesus was married, probably already in the late second century.
Although the newly found material fragment of the Gospel of Jesus’s Wife probably dates to around the eighth century, it may be a copy of an earlier copy in Coptic which had possibly been translated from a Greek copy. This means that the date of the material fragment is unlikely to be the date when the gospel was first composed; rather it indicates that the gospel could not have been composed later than the eighth century. How much earlier might the Gospel of Jesus’s Wife have been composed? Since it refers to Mary, Jesus and his disciples, it had to have been written after the first century c.e. It could date as early as the second half of the second century, because it shows close connections to other gospels which were written during that time, in particular the Gospel of Thomas, the Gospel of Mary, and the Gospel of Philip.
Cam asa se manipuleaza informatia prin ziarele romanesti crestinofobe si aservite unor interese straine. Si asta nu conspirationism, dar cand promovezi zi de zi pornografia si cretinismele mondene, dupa care o dai pe stiinta cu Evanghelia lui Iisus e clar ca ori esti aservit, ori pur si simplu nu poti sa gandesti.
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