By Marvin Vining
Decodes the lifeless Sea Scrolls to bare Christianity’s hidden Essene origins • finds the Essenes as key figures in the back of Jesus’s trial, torture, and crucifixion • exhibits how Jesus, a former Essene himself, was once deemed “the depraved Priest” for his liberationist politics and humanist bent • Examines the misplaced Christian doctrine of reincarnation and the key position of Gabriel within the Virgin beginning The useless Sea Scrolls, came upon in 1947 at Qumran, are quite often believed to were written via a Jewish sect referred to as the Essenes among 350 BCE and 70 CE--but formerly no convincing technique has associated the Scrolls to the particular existence and teachings of Jesus. Marvin Vining builds from the debatable paintings of Barbara Thiering to illustrate that the Scrolls do converse on to the origins of Christianity or even mirror a reflect photo of the Gospels from the point of view of Jesus’s enemies.Christianity arose out of a schism among the exclusivist, inflexible, and militant perspectives of the Essenes and the inclusivist, tolerant, and nonviolent perspectives of Jesus. Jesus used to be raised an Essene, yet he refused to persist with their orthodoxy. Vining indicates that the lifeless Sea Scrolls are written in a mystery coded language known as pesher during which Jesus emerges because the depraved Priest, the antagonist to the instructor of Righteousness who was once the chief of the Essenes. Jesus the depraved Priest revitalizes the Gospel message by way of revealing Jesus’s real position as a tireless social reformer and innovative instructor. Vining’s research reopens Christian doctrinal questions supposedly lengthy settled, equivalent to reincarnation and the Virgin birth--even demonstrating that those matters are comparable. He discloses that the angel Gabriel was once incarnate in a residing person and transmitted the seed of a holy bloodline to the Virgin Mary.
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