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The Hierosolyma Manuscript Collection
OLDEST NEW TESTAMENT
MANUSCRIPTS JUST DISCOVERED???
June 23, 2005 6:24 PM CST
Michael J. Bisconti
HAVE NOT CONFIRMED THIS REPORT YET! IT
MIGHT, IN FACT, BE A HOAX!
Archaeological Institute announced today:
DISCOVERY OF “HIEROSOLYMA MANUSCRIPTS”
Thursday, June 23, 2005
CJAI archaeologists have made the greatest, New Testament
manuscript discovery of all time.
Hundreds of first century manuscripts older than the Alexandrian
manuscripts have been discovered. We
have named these manuscripts the “Hierosolyma Manuscripts” because they were
found near the city of Jerusalem and “Hierosolyma” is an ancient name for
examination of these manuscripts tells us two things:
1. The Hierosolyma
Manuscripts CONTRADICT the Alexandrian manuscripts.
2. The Hirosolyma
Manuscripts agree with the Textus Receptus and Byzantine Majority texts.
will be publishing a research paper as soon as possible.
The L. F. Nexus supports
Archaeological Institute. However,
there is always the possibility, however remote, that someone has hacked into
their website and published FALSE information.
Whatever the truth turns
out to be, note the following:
IF THE “HIEROSOLYMA MANUSCRIPTS” EXIST, IT DOES NOT MATTER IF THEY ARE OLDER THAN THE ALEXANDRIAN
THE REASON THIS IS SO IS THAT MANUSCRIPT
“OLDER-NESS” DOES NOT PROVE THAT A MANUSCRIPT IS MORE ACCURATE THAN
THE FOLLOWING SHORT, TRUE ACCOUNT PROVES THIS:
I once wrote a short story about travelling to the moon when I was 10 years
old. I lent a copy of the story to a
boyhood friend of mine named Sam. He
made a copy. 40 years later, Sam and I
got together at my home. He had become
a doctor. For the fun of it, he had
brought the copy of my story he had made when I was 10 and told me an
interesting story (keep in mind that Sam’s mother had known that we were best
when you loaned me your story about travelling to the moon, my mother saw it
and thought it was cute; so she made a handwritten copy of it to put in a book
of remembrances. Twenty years later the
copy was fading; so she made another handwritten copy. Here is my copy and here is my mother’s copy
of the copy of your story.
were at my home and I save everything (in a mile of filing cabinets), I went to
extract my original writing (saved by my mother, etc., etc.) from
“filing cabinet ‘Ch,’” where under “Childhood Remembrances” I found my
compared all three copies. Guess what
(you probably see what’s coming)?
original story matched perfectly with Sam’s mother’s copy of the copy of my
story. Sam’s copy of my story, on the
other hand, did not.
IN OTHER WORDS, A LATER MANUSCRIPT WAS MORE ACCURATE THAN AN OLDER