Julie Lynn Hayes, Museit Up Publishing

Jesus and Judas Rewrite History In “Revelations”

“As for me, to love you alone, to make you happy, to do nothing which would contradict your wishes, this is my destiny and the meaning of my life.” – Napoleon Bonaparte

There is an eighteen year gap in the biblical recounting of Jesus’ life, a period between the ages of twelve and thirty that are missing, years that have caused laymen and authors, theologians and scholars to debate and posit any number of theories to create the image of Jesus that exists to this day. Not Jesus, the Messiah, but Jesus, the man. Were Jesus and Mary Magdalene actually married? Did they have a child together? There has been scant evidence found to support the theory, and though text has been discovered in which Jesus referred to “my wife”, no concrete facts have surfaced to prove that he was ever anything less than celibate.
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