Books and Authors, Christianity, New Testament

Photo of 1st-century Gospel of Mark fragment found?



One thought on “Photo of 1st-century Gospel of Mark fragment found?

  1. Thanks. I spent lots of time reading that information and everywhere the links within led. Something is not right here.

    It is definitely a codex and the script appears to some as “loose caesarean.”

    The appearances are either:

    1) It is a modern forgery made to look authentic, or
    2) It is a 2nd or 3rd Century document made to look 1st century (for what reason?), or
    3) It is a 1 st Century document, made in a Roman scriptorium on a Roman codex (very uncommon for the first century for most people still used scrolls)

    Either of three ways, I think we are looking into the abyss here.

    Posted by Ed-M | February 20, 2012, 3:25 pm

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s


  • RT @SkepticCoop: Ark Exhibit and Creation Museum are advertised via regional tourism during Reds broadcasts. Turns my stomach. What ridicu… 41 minutes ago
  • RT @CarlPrinetweets: BREAKING: Gorka to transfer from White House to U.S. Postal Service. Now brags about being an Alpha Mail. https://t.… 43 minutes ago
  • RT @dandrezner: You can tell this story is true cause Gorka's allies are furiously spinning a bullshit explanation to the reporter https:/… 45 minutes ago
  • RT @jkelly3rd: This is an empty threat, and going nowhere, but it's important for public to hear the White House chief of staff argue again… 46 minutes ago
  • RT @KaivanShroff: Sebastian Gorka worked closely with Nazi-conspirators. The White House pretending he is leaving to go pursue his dream jo… 59 minutes ago
%d bloggers like this: