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Desvendando "O evangelho aos Hebreus" (Unraveling "The gospel to the Hebrews") 2

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Em 12 de agosto, 1553 o Papa Júlio III, assinou um decreto proibindo o Talmud em Roma, proibindo qualquer coisa semelhante ao Talmud, (tudo que fosse escrito em letras hebraicas). Jean DuTillet, Bispo de Brieu, França, visitava Roma na época. DuTillet foi surpreendido ao tomar conhecimento de um manuscrito hebraico de Mateus entre os outros manuscritos hebraicos. DuTillet adquiriu o manuscrito e retornou à França, depositando-o na Biblioteca Nacional, Paris. Ele permanece lá até hoje como ms hebreu. No. 132. Conhecida e respeitada pelos pais da igreja, a versão DuTillet hebraico de Mateus, também Hugh Schonfield declarou sua opinião de que este texto hebraico é a base do nosso texto grego atual, bem como dos antigos evangelhos aos hebreus, dos Nazarenos e Ebionitas. Conheça os mistérios nestes textos que a "igreja" ocultou (vigília de Domingoo 4 h da manhã em Portugal\ meia noite de Brasília)

On August 12, 1553 Pope Julius III signed a decree banning the Talmud in Rome, forbidding any thing similar to the Talmud, (everything that was written in Hebrew letters). Jean DuTillet, Bishop of Brieu, France, visited Rome at the time. DuTillet was surprised when he learned of a Hebrew manuscript of Matthew among the other Hebrew manuscripts. DuTillet acquired the manuscript and returned to France, depositing it in the National Library, Paris. It remains there today as Hebrew ms. No. 132. Kwow and respected by the church fathers, the DuTillet Hebrew version of Matthew, also Hugh Schonfield stated his opinion that the Hebrew text is the basis of our present Greek text, as well as the old Gospels to the Hebrews, of theNazarenes and Ebionites. Discover the mysteries of these instruments that the "church" has hidden, Saturday 12th (8 pm PST\9 pm MST\10 pm CST\ 11 pm ES)

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