It is speculated that the Catholic Church has made a selection of the gospels that would form the Bible, avoiding several places and interesting parts.
A book dating back more than 1,500 years, located in the Ankara museum, in Turkey, has been evaluated by the Vatican by understanding mysterious evangelical texts called Apocrypha, among which the controversial Gospel of Barnabas stands out.
According to the newspaper El Ciudadano.com, it is a Bible found in the year 2000 and that apparently was kept secret all these years, presumably because there are texts that would have been eliminated from the current religious version.
The book known as the ‘Turkish Bible’ is written on treated leather and with letters that contain gold, in addition, it is in the Aramaic dialect, a language that Jesus Christ is supposed to have spoken.
According to the mysterious text of the Gospel Barnabas, it says that Jesus did not die crucified, but Judas Iscariot, contradicting the resurrection that emerges from the Vatican Gospels, however, some of its pages have turned dark, and several of them black.
Something that is also surprising in the book is that Jesus was only a prophet, that he was not crucified, nor was he the son of God, which completely changes the story that is known or has been led to believe.
Another surprising event, according to the book, is the announcement that the prophet Jesus gave about the coming of the prophet Muhammad, who 700 years later would found Islam.
In addition, in it we find lost gospels such as those called the Dead Sea and the Gospel according to Barnabas, who was known as “The Apostle of Joy” thanks to his encouragement; Originally named Joseph, the apostles changed it to Barnabas, which means Son of exhortation. Experts who have evaluated the book, assure that it is original.
For its part, the Vatican has shown concern since the discovery of the new bible, since they asked the Turkish authorities to inspect the book by experts from the Catholic Church.
It is speculated that the Catholic Church has made a selection of the gospels that would form the Bible, avoiding several places and interesting parts, since there were many more gospels of various apostles, among which are found according to Barnabas and those of the Dead Sea.
A great controversy has also been unleashed over the document, raising doubts about what we have believed all this time and questioning whether there are secrets that the Catholic and Christian churches keep.