Sunday, May 04, 2014

Media Fraud Debunked: “Jesus had a wife” hoax

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Wall Street Journal, May 2, 2014, p. A-ll.  Read more at wsj.com

The "Jesus had a wife” hoax was timed to coincide with Lent
By Michael Hoffman

 The "Jesus had a wife” hoax was timed to coincide in 2014 with the Christian Lent, to detract from the holy season by reporting a blasphemous and sacrilegious fraud as if it were the truth.

Furthermore, “Conservatives” Bill O’Reilly and “Judge Napolitano” served similar functions in April with a book and a column minimizing (or in Napolitano’s case eliminating altogether) the Judaic role in the death of Christ [see pdf. file: "Bill O'Reilly's Midrash on Christ"  http://revisionisthistorystore.blogspot.com].

The Zionist-influenced US media despise the authentic Jesus Christ of the Gospels and the historic Church, and prefer to replace Him by foisting on the public the image of a false Christ, who was either married, or whose death was mainly or solely the fault of the Romans, contrary to what the Bible teaches.

Hence, almost every Lent the media mock or defame Jesus Christ by publicizing some spurious but “scientific"-sounding tall tale retailed by supposed “experts in the field.”

Almost every year during Lent the media mock or defame Jesus Christ by publicizing some spurious but “scientific"-sounding tall tale retailed by supposed “experts in the field." The Harvard Divinity School version, disseminated nationally by Laurie Goodstein and the New York Times, is the latest example.
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