Maria Magdalena

The reasons for the selection definitive texts can only be referred to convenience and to the use and interpretation that could be given as documentary support of institutional and dogmatic structure that was erected to hold the new religion, a confirmation of this could be the inability of the Church as theoretically spiritual institution to give answers to questions strictly of faith even today and in the light of new archaeological discoveries that have served to place order to the tangle of documents, dates, and events that make up the base and source of Christianity; incapacity, negligence or even the clear refusal to give sensible answers or change dogmatic positions on some sensitive issues since such an action could mean a major breakdown in authority planting serious doubts because the zeal with which protects its authority above the true spiritual welfare of the faithful is sign more than evident commitment disguised behind the conception and selection of the concepts that sustains theoretically expressed and contained in These four texts… The study of the Dead Sea scrolls have been drawn very interesting and disturbing conclusions regarding the true nature, not only of Christ but also of John the Baptist, being possible to identify them through these manuscripts as members of the sect of the Essenes, a Jewish sect whose doctrine was essentially identical to the teachings of Christ and this is an element that cataclysmic for the Christian institution would result because it overrides the divine nature of Christ Yet what this would mean in the light of the doctrine accepted and promoted by the Church and would be as dramatic as accept that Christ did not die on the cross, or that effectively had descendants through Maria Magdalena, (an idea that is fashionable) all of them are very real possibilities but in direct disagreement with articles of faith fundamental of any form of structured and therefore denied principle Christianity and stigmatized as heresy and anathema.

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