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A revered Mormon historian has made a shocking claim that Jesus Christ had as many as 12 wives while he was on earth.
Professor Abraham Jones
Professor Abraham Jones, of the Brigham Young University’s Faculty of Archaeology and Ethnology, who is a very important and leading historian made an extremely controversial claim on Wednesday, March 16, by announcing that his research has lead him to conclude that Jesus Christ had a total of twelve wives, who were the feminine equivalent of the apostles.
World News Daily Report reports that the historian, while meeting the press to present his new book The Family Life of Jesus Christ, presented the astonishing results of a research which took him almost eight years to complete.
“We studied not only the Bible itself, but other important Christian texts like the Holy Book of Mormon and Biblical apocrypha” said Professor Jones. “Many different writings suggest that the Christ was not only married, but polygamous. After a thorough research, we were able to determine that Jesus had a total of twelve wives, and that they played important roles in the Church while he was alive.”
According to the controversial historian, the importance of Jesus’ wives was hidden by the early Christian Church, as it became tainted with Roman misogyny.
“The Romans clearly disliked polygamy and they didn’t give much importance to the role of women,” he told reporters. “All the texts concerning his wives were removed of the biblical canon during the First Council of Nicaea in 325, or during the Council of Rome in 382. Fortunately, a few manuscripts have survived the large scale destruction that was orchestrated by the catholic Church, and we can still read the truth today.”
Professor Jones’ claim has generated a real tsunami of comments on the social media, and brought reactions from various religious organizations.
His Twitter account was literally flooded with insults after his announcement, calling him everything from a ‘lunatic’ to a ‘heretic’ or a ‘Satan worshiper’.
Despite his association with a Mormon university, he has received little support, even from his employers or other members of the Church of Jesus Christ and the Latter-day Saints, who have mostly taken their distances from him.

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One of the more significant differences between the Bible and the Qur'an is the emphasis placed on Hell. The Bible’s New Testament only mentions Hell fourteen times. None of the references contain a great deal of specifics. Even though the Qur'an is a shorter text than the New Testament, Hell is mentioned ninety-five times (repetitious verses are not covered in this collection of forty-seven verses). Mohammed often used references to Hell as a threat to those who would reject the Qur'an.
The Bible associates Hell with Gehenna, which was the garbage dump outside of Jerusalem where the trash constantly burned. It generally described it as a place of outer darkness, weeping and fire. The Bible proclaims that Hell is the inevitable end of people unless God rescues them. God loved the world so much that he came in Christ Jesus to suffer death and Hell as a substitute for all those who would accept his forgiveness and eternal life. One person rescued was the thief who was crucified next to Jesus. He simply defended the Lord against the mocking of the other criminal and asked to be remembered when Jesus came into his kingdom. The Lord Jesus promised him that they would be together in Paradise (Luke 23:39-43).
The Qur'an repeats the Biblical principle of a fiery Hell, but goes further to describe very physical aspects of torture. The specific details include beatings by angels and marching in chains. It gets so detailed that it contradicts itself at times. For example, it says that the only food in Hell will be “dari” or a bitter plant. Then the Qur'an states that the only food would be filth, and later it states that their food will be the fruit from the Zaqqum tree. Another conflicting portrayal has to do with chains. The lost will either march pulling a heavy load, be dragged through boiling water and fire, or linked together with others in a pit.
One of the main objections that Muslims have with the Bible is the free gift of forgiveness offered by God (Ephesians 2:8-10). The Bible reveals that the cross of Christ and the victory of his resurrection defeated the powers of Hell for those who believe, which gives them the motivation and ability to live for God. Muslims insist that the threat of Hell must always be in front of everyone, even Muslims, so that they will live good lives.

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Review #202: First Contact - Aoleon The Martian Girl Part1 by Brent LeVasseur
My rating: 5 of 5 stars “There are places on planet earth, where common sense doesn't apply.” ---- Toba Beta, an Indonesian author Brent LeVasseur, an American science fiction author, pens his very first children's science fiction series, Aoleon The Martian...
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