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"After my departure there will arise the ignorant and the crafty, and many things will they ascribe unto Me that I never spake, and many things which I did speak will they withhold, but the day will come when the clouds shall be rolled away, and the Sun of Righteousness shall shine forth with healing in his wings"                                    Jesus - Gospel of the Holy Twelve       

"Many things have been inserted by our ancestors in the speeches of our Lord which, though put forth under his name, agree not with his faith; especially since--as already it has been often proved--these things were written not by Christ, nor [by] his apostles, but a long while after their assumption, by I know not what sort of lot, not even agreeing with themselves, who made up their tale out of reports and opinions merely, and yet, fathering the whole upon the names of the apostles of the Lord or on those who were supposed to follow the apostles, they maliciously pretended that they had written their lies and conceits according to them."

St. Faustus, Fifth--Century French Bishop

             'Know... that these Christian sects are the most ignorant people in the world with regard to Christ, his history and that of his mother and that everyone among the authors of these Gospels learnt whatever he has written only a long time after Christ and after the death of his companions from (people) who lacked knowledge and were ill-informed.'                                    Tathbit 95a

...And ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free. John 8:32


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