Ten Truths You Do Not Know about the Survival of The Hebrew Gospels and the Messianic Church
Dr. Miles R. Jones, Benai Emunah Institute
- Half of The New Testament (Brit Hadashah) was originally written in Hebrew: Matthew, half of Luke, Acts, Hebrews, Peter, John, James, Jude, and Revelation.
- The books of the New Testament originally written in Greek were: Mark, half of Luke, John, the Epistles of Paul. The Greek texts were soon translated into Hebrew and compiled into a Hebrew Gospel for Messianic believers.
- 80 manuscripts of The Hebrew Gospels and Brit Hadashah have been recovered by the Benai Emunah Institute and are being analyzed for authenticity and translation.
- Various of these manuscripts of The Hebrew Gospels have been authenticated as coming from a first century source.
- The Benai Emunah Institute is dedicated to publishing these books as soon as they are translated, with interlinear, and commentary.
- The Hebrew Gospels survived because the Messianic Church survived.
- The Hebrew Gospels are the most forbidden books in the history of humankind.
- Banned by both Christians and Jews, Messianics were the only believers faithful enough to risk burning at the stake to preserve The Hebrew Gospels.
- The Messianic Church not only survived but made major accomplishments in world history over the past 2000 years.
- The Messianic Church was the church of St. Patrick, Christopher Columbus and many others. Messianics played a major part in discovering and colonizing the New World, the Renaissance, Reformation and the liberation struggle in both North and South America. More than any other group they established religious freedom for all and extinguished the fires of the Inquisition throughout the world.
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Hebrew Gospels – Do They Exist?
The Hebrew Gospels – Do They Exist? is an annotated bibliography of all the extant manuscripts of The Hebrew Gospels and Brit Hadashah, a page view of each, where they are located, and a very brief summary of the import of each.