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In a startling follow-up to the New York Times best-seller The Jesus Family Tomb, a historical detective story that unravels a newly translated document filled with startling revelations and fascinating detail about the life and times of Jesus.

Waiting to be rediscovered in the British Library is an ancient manuscript of the early Church, copied by an anonymous monk. The manuscript is at least 1,450 years old, possibly dating to the first century, Jesus' lifetime. And now, The Lost Gospel provides the first-ever translation from Syriac into English of this unique document that tells the inside story of Jesus' social, family, and political life.

The Lost Gospel takes listeners on an unparalleled historical adventure through a paradigm-shifting manuscript. What the authors eventually discover is astounding: confirmation of Jesus' marriage to Mary the Magdalene; the names of their two children; the towering presence of Mary the Magdalene; a previously unknown plot on Jesus' life, thirteen years prior to the crucifixion; an assassination attempt against Mary the Magdalene and their children; Jesus' connection to political figures at the highest level of the Roman Empire; and a religious movement that antedates that of Paul - the Church of Mary the Magdalene. Part historical detective story, part modern adventure, The Lost Gospel reveals secrets that have been hiding in plain sight for millennia.

©2014 Simcha Jacobovici and Barrie Wilson (P)2014 Blackstone Audio, Inc.

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  • Generale
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  • Lettura
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  • SBM
  • 07/12/2016

it all makes sound sense!

loved it, all the contradictions I perceived growing up in a Catholic society are now cleared up....the lost scroll is in fact the missing piece. Thank you for such a through research....we are one...that was his message ying and yang.

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  • Leifen
  • 09/01/2018

Very well-crafted but uses lot of sketchy material

Pretty central for much of the argument, is stuff like Virgin births like mithras, without any not that this is talking about being made out of a rock, and they take texts like The secret gospel of Mark and the Gospel of Jesus wife to be authentic.
Also they put very high stock in hidden changes in many texts that is simply edited or even removed to shift theology of text, with no textual evidence to back it up.

Also they some times have either done seriously sloppy work, or outright deliberately lied, for instance when they say that Ephrems hymn 21 specifically refers to Mary Magdalene, and not Mary the mother of Jesus, and cites a passage saying The church is like Mary, but when you check the hymn, the last Mary mentioned is Mary, Jesus' mom.

At the very least it was very entertaining read. But when I see so many factually wrong and borderline lies in the material I actually knew about, and in the few things I actually checked, I find no reason at all to trust that the even more speculative and controversial stuff is trustworthy either.

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  • Sraymgp
  • 02/10/2020

Where was the text?!

Where was the actual text of Joseph and Aseneth?! It was supposed to be in the appendix and the whole book is based on the text, but then there was no text!!!

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  • Mike Demay
  • 23/10/2017

Provocative and very interesting....

ABSOLUTELY LOVED IT!!! I was raised Roman Catholic, however over the last decade or so, I have found myself at odds with their teachings. The relationship between Mary Magdalene and Jesus continues to intrigue me and how the early Christian Church developed and defined itself is so thoroughly examined by the author.

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  • DM
  • 05/11/2020

Wow, will need a 2nd or 3rd time through this one

I dont know how I found this one, but I am glad I did. fantastic history, exceptionally laid out argument and a great insight into the very very early origins of christianity. you may or may not agree with his conclusions or his extrapolations from one small story, however the depth of his understanding of the holy land around the time of christ's life is worth the read.

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  • Philosophy Professor
  • 04/03/2020

Fascinating!

This book is a continuation of Holy Blood, Holy Grail. Full of verifiable facts and dates, and explains in an undeniable way, the truth.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 16/01/2019

If you're female and deeply spiritual⛪✝️☦️🕌🕍👳🕌

🕋🕉️☸️💒📜📜😇👼📖📘📚👰👰🏻👰🏼👰🏽👰🏾👰🏿
It is truly a blessing to get a new age view of Peace & Love. Love is all about compassionate actions.
Knowledge is the key.

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  • Rebecca Park Totilo
  • 21/05/2021

An Eye opener

This book filled in the blanks on many missing pieces throughout the new testament. What I appreciated the most was learning the back story and history of the surrounding towns and gentile population. If your paradigm hasn't already shifted regarding the Christian Jesus, this book might do it.

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  • GA
  • 20/05/2021

evoking, new, elucidating

you have to see this new view that keeps the underlying wisdom of Christianity substantially unchanged, admittedly

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  • Helcol
  • 20/05/2021

A great listen!

Loved the history and the uncovered secrets. The narrator is excellent! This is a fascinating read. I'd love to have the copy of the gospel. Is there a pdf download?

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 13/01/2016

fascinating

This is a fascinating incite into the political implications of the early faith of Christianity. It presents the decoding of early text and the academic arguements for their justification clearly to the lay person. it makes you question eerything that the Christian Church believes, yet still with the belief in Jesus' work. i enjoyed listening to this book and will recommend this to others.

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  • Teresa Cooper
  • 23/12/2015

So was Jesus married?

This books gives the listener/ reader facts, hypothesis and suggestions about Jesus and the life we don't read in the bible. We are told many things from differing sources about his life, marriage, children and siblings. Try the book and make up your own mind.

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  • mollymoon1
  • 21/05/2015

Enjoyable

I quite enjoyed this book, but at the end of the day, you can look at any ancient story, change the names and say hey-ho, here is the hidden story of Jesus and Mary. Or just about anyone you want! However, putting my personal sceptiscicm aside, the book has been incredibly well written and the content, extremely well researched and I believe that the writers believe they have truly scrutinised and deciphered the syriac manuscripts to which they are referring as a hidden diary of Jesus and Mary’s early years and married life together, and which had been anciently disguised as the story of Joseph and Aseneth! They could not have possibly penned this good literature had they not had this enthusiasm for the story. I admire the authors for their work and of course the reader/listener must make their own decisions on whether to believe this or not. I would recommend it as a debating platform which goes with so many other factual and fictional stories along the same lines, (the Da Vinci Code – The Last Temptation of Christ – Holy Blood, Holy Grail etc.,) but for writing and research content as well as literary substance, it has good content and I would recommend its purchase. Easy on the ear and easy to follow the story line. Enjoy.

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  • Bim
  • 15/11/2018

A gripping read from start to finish.

I loved this book and found it extremely interesting. Very well written and easy to get through.

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  • David Leadbetter
  • 12/05/2021

Obscure and convoluted

Despite my academic background, devotion to historical analysis and previous liking for the author I found this work, dense , convoluted and based on very shaken assumptive foundations. The experience was further undermined by the dry monotone of the narrator.