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The Holy Quran denies the crucifixion of Jesus and tells us that someone else was crucified in his place after his facial physical features were turned to be like Jesus’. Christians insist that Jesus was cruciefied and humiliated then rose up to heaven and this was his mission on the earth. However, the story of the man-god or saviour was and still is famous in ancient pagan religions that predated Christiaity. Many scientists believe that the whole story of the crucifixion of Jesus was borrowed from these pagan religions. Recently many codices that deny the crucifixion of Jesus were found; prime among these codices is the gospel of Judas.
The Christian Gospel of Judaspre date the 4 Gospels kept in the New Testament. The Gospel of Judas was one of the Christian Gospels burned by the Church Fathers at the Council of Nicaea in 325 AD because it contradicted what this synode wanted to enforce on the Christians.It was discovered in Egypt in the town of Naj Hammadi by a peasant in 1945.
In brief, the Gospel of Judas says that Jesus wasn’t crucified and that it was Judas himself who was crucified after his physical features were turned to be like Jesus’s. This is in complete agreement with the Holy Quran’s account of the attempt on the life of Jesus. The holy Quran says what means:
THE WASHINGTON TIMES reported in its number dated April 6th, 2006 an article entitled Judas stars as 'anti-hero' in gospel By Julia Duin . The National Geographic Society (NGS) unveiled ancient codex of the Bible that were found in AL-Menya in Egypt, this codex dates back to the beginning of the third century after Christ and that this bible named
The newly found gospel was mended after being found in 2005 and it was translated from the Coptic language into English, this translation was released on April 6th that year .
The Authenticity of the Gospel of Judas
According to National geographic:
Jesus was not Crucified
Before the end of the Jesus' message, this Bible recorded the following text as the news paper states
It is clear from this text that he would be the man who would "exceed" the rest of the disciples and that he would be the man who would be sacrificed (clothe me) in the place of Jesus. What really makes me wonder is the failure of the translator to translate the word that synonym to (clothe) in the original text of the codex like the words in the holy Quran, these words in the holy Quran could be best translated "but it appeared so unto them".
God says in the holy Quran what means:
It is noteworthy that the gospel of Judas is not the sole codex that talks about Jesus as being saved from crucifixion, also the Apocalypse of Peter and the Epistle of Barnaby say that Jesus was saved from crucifixion.
Please note that:
No one of the ancient famous historians wrote about the crucifixion of Jesus.
Many ancient cults believed that Jesus was a mere man who was never crucified.