wouldn’t that be awkward
Can I get some credible sources?
and one more for the road
Wait a tic, something’s not right here. I’ve seen this story around. No scientific confirmations have been made about this book’s authenticity or its age and not even its content has been released! Neither has the museum let any other non-Muslim scholar examine it.
The Gospel of Barnabus is not a new phenomenon buried deep away in the Vatican Library. The oldest copy of the anti-Trinitarian version of the book was probably written in the mid 1500’s AD in Venice, Italy and it was riddled with Arabic errors on the most fundamental things such as the Shahada.
It’d be cool if it really was that old but considering that they’re not even releasing photo copies of the pages without charging 1.7 million dollars? For a photo. It’s most likely a fake favoring the Islamic interpretation of Jesus. Still, whether 500 years old or 1500 years old you really shouldn’t use a paperclip to keep an artifact open.