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piyuyu
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An interesting read for this, but I'm not sure about the validity of this.

http://higherperspective.com/2014/05/150......awe.html
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Looks dubious to me. Waiting for more information.
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The existence of this other copies of this book are not new. I'm not sure of the providence of this copy. Up to now, this copy was unknown as far as I can tell. But the general text itself is attributed to mentions of it as far back as the 6th century.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gospel_of_Barnabas

Old news. Maybe newly realized copy, but old news.
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Seen this before somewhere, can't remember where. Very dubious if you ask me.
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On May 5, 2014, george1953 wrote:
Seen this before somewhere, can't remember where. Very dubious if you ask me.


The existence of two other copies are not dubious, although you may/can doubt the stories in the text, since both copies appeared in the 1700's. As I said above, there is mention of a Gospel Of Barnabas as early as the 6th century, but it is doubtful that these two 1700 copies are based on anything much earlier than on 16th century texts. This "recent" revealed copy at this point has no proven providence.
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This 1,500 year old 'bible' has "In the name of our Lord, this book is written on the hands of the monks of the high monastery in Nineveh, in the 1,500th year of our Lord," written on the displayed page. It is also written in Modern Assyrian, which was standardized in the 1840s. Clearly this is hoax, and not a very good one at that.

http://www.aina.org/news/2012022916569.htm
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On May 9, 2014, Chris Meece wrote:
This 1,500 year old 'bible' has "In the name of our Lord, this book is written on the hands of the monks of the high monastery in Nineveh, in the 1,500th year of our Lord," written on the displayed page. It is also written in Modern Assyrian, which was standardized in the 1840s. Clearly this is hoax, and not a very good one at that.

http://www.aina.org/news/2012022916569.htm

An early book test for a 19th century bizarrist created by Rick's great, great, great grandfather no doubt.
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I just "channeled" Rick's great, great, great grandfather and he promised a copy of the book of Barnabas will be ready for delivery by next week,......Just kidding..!.....Okay, Okay..but, "I'm just saying..."
(Really I love OA and Rick's creations....and still am patiently waiting for my ASH to arrive..!)
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