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Definitions

  1. The Gospel of Barnabas is a work purporting to be a depiction of the life of Jesus by his disciple Barnabas.
  2. The Gospel of Barnabas is a medieval document claiming to be an account of the life of Jesus. (Web site)
  3. Gospel of Barnabas was declared a rejected book in the Decretum Gelasianum by Pope Gelasius [Pope of Rome 492-96].
  4. The Gospel of Barnabas was accepted as a Canonical Gospel in the Churches of Alexandria up until till 325 A.D. (Rahim, p. (Web site)
  5. The 'Gospel of Barnabas' was translated into English by Lonsdale and Ragg from Italian scripts a long time ago and it is widely available. (Web site)

Gospel of Barnabas

  1. The Epistle of Barnabas appears in these lists along with the Gospel of Barnabas. (Web site)
  2. Gospel of Barnabas Online text and brief Islamic commentary. (Web site)
  3. The Gospel of Barnabas records Jesus as predicting the Messenger of God (i.e.
  4. The mention of Spanish coins in the Gospel of Barnabas supports this theory. (Web site)
  5. On the other hand the Gospel of Barnabas had already been compiled in ca.

Gospel

  1. These examples show how the author of the Gospel of Barnabas has systematically rewritten the Biblical Gospel to make it agree with the Qur'an. (Web site)
  2. Just as the author of the Gospel of Barnabas changes Biblical accounts to make them agree with the Qur'an so too does the Gospel According to Islam. (Web site)

Author

  1. Jesus would have gone up from Capernaum to Nazareth, not the other way around as the author of the Gospel of Barnabas has it. (Web site)
  2. So far we have seen that the author of the Gospel of Barnabas was not familiar with the language, history or geography of the time of Jesus. (Web site)

Century

  1. This Latin Diatessaron textual tradition has also been suggested as underlying the enigmatic 16th century pro- Muslim Gospel of Barnabas (Joosten, 2002). (Web site)
  2. There is good evidence that links this Gospel of Barnabas to the 14th century A.D. (Web site)
  3. An Aramaic Manuscript of the Gospel of Barnabas dating to the first century AD was discovered in a Turkish town, Hakari in AD 1984.
  4. These evidences all prove that the Gospel of Barnabas is a forgery compiled in southern Europe sometime around the 16th century after Christ.

Paul

  1. It can thus be appreciated that Paul indicated to the "Gospel of Barnabas" in his Epistle to the Galatians.
  2. And yet, in the Gospel of Barnabas, we read that one of the "impious doctrines" that Paul was holding to was repudiation of circumcision. (Web site)
  3. Paul could have naturally pointed only to the "Gospel of Barnabas", which according to him, preached some "gospel" contrary to his own teachings.

Pain

  1. The Gospel of Barnabas furthermore suggests that Pilate, Herod and Caiaphas went to great pains to prevent the pending holocaust. (Web site)
  2. However, the Gospel of Barnabas teaches the opposite: The virgin was surrounded by a light exceeding bright, and brought forth her son without pain (chap. (Web site)

Quoted

  1. He quoted extensively from the Gospel of Barnabas in support of his views. (Web site)
  2. He claims that the early church theologian, Irenaeus, quoted the gospel of Barnabas as he opposed the Apostle Paul. (Web site)

Conclude

  1. We shall conclude with a brief study of the likely origin and author of the Gospel of Barnabas from the evidence we possess at the present time. (Web site)
  2. This is a clear anachronism which compels us to conclude that the Gospel of Barnabas could not have been written earlier than the fourteenth century AD. (Web site)

Pope

  1. He found the Gospel of Barnabas in the private library of the Pope. (Web site)
  2. The author of the Gospel of Barnabas has unknowingly accepted the Pope's false decree as true and included it in his book. (Web site)

Medieval

  1. As regards the "Gospel of Barnabas" itself, there is no question that it is a medieval forgery. (Web site)
  2. According to medieval copies of the Gospel of Barnabas, it was Judas, not Jesus, who was crucified on the cross. (Web site)

Found

  1. Another contradiction between the Gospel of Barnabas and the Qur'an is found in their respective accounts of the end times. (Web site)
  2. In the version of Rahim's work that is found in the introduction section of the Gospel of Barnabas we read a ridiculous claim. (Web site)

Quotes

  1. A cursory reading of the Gospel of Barnabas reveals a number of quotes from Dante's Inferno. (Web site)
  2. The writings of Irenaeus are readily available[12] and I have examined them and he never quotes the Gospel of Barnabas. (Web site)
  3. Samuel Green quotes the Gospel of Barnabas as having said the following: Paradise is so great that no man can measure it.
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