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A: According to the so-called “Gospel of Barnabas,” Jesus was taken to the third heaven by angels just before the soldiers and Judas arrived to arrest Him, and then the following event took place:
There are several problems with this passage. It is readily apparent that the book is not an ancient document composed by the Apostle Barnabas. Instead, it is a sixteenth century forgery and was drafted to promote Islamic claims about the Bible and Jesus.
For example, the book repeatedly attempts to show that Muhammad is superior to Jesus, and it reflects an Islamic understanding of Jesus. Every quotation of the Old and New Testament in the GoB is from the Latin Vulgate (c. AD 400) and it even contains quotations of the Italian poet Dante (c. 1265–1321).
Find out more as Tim Chaffey, AiG–U.S., refutes this “mistaken identity” view and several other false ideas regarding Jesus Christ’s death and Resurrection.
Who is this Jesus? Madman? Con man? Son of God? The Authentic Christ takes a look at the evidence for Jesus Christ as a real figure of history and documents the historical accuracy of the Gospels—as well as studying the fulfillment of Old Testament prophecies that pointed to the coming of Christ.
Monkey do: Bearded capuchin monkeys bash nuts with skill.
Birdsong and bird brains: Bird’s brain is no “birdbrain” but fine-tunes songs on-the-go.
Story of an ancient chromosome: Evolutionists say this South Carolinian's unusual DNA shows human history is even older than previously claimed on the basis of the human fossil record.
Being “Berean” with The Bible: History Channel reports 27 million tuned in . . . so what next?
“Gay” animals, again: Wildlife documentaries are too family friendly, complains UK academic.
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