Update: this guy who made this is under attack (Truthsurge on youtube)
If you can support him in any way please do, I can't find an original full length so this is just part one.... on the internet although I downloaded a copy for my library... but can't upload large files, if anyone finds a full length please let me know, or if you can upload large files pm me... thanks... I can only put 9 videos in one message support truthsurge by watching and sharing these videos...
new update: It is now just called Excavating The Empty Tomb,
it looks like he has managed to rebuild his Youtube presence AND
He now has 37 additions (looks to be completed now...)
Excavating The Empty Tomb
Update: I can't find an original full length so this is just part one.... on the internet although I downloaded a copy for my library... but can't upload large files, if anyone finds a full length please let me know, or if you can upload large files pm me... thanks...
This has totally blown me away... The Biblical book of Mark of the New Testament, which was written and tapped as a reference and source for the books, Matthew, Luke and John, (the first four books and cornerstone of the New Testament) has been found to have a literary pattern that resembles the story of 'Homer's Odyssey' in unmistakable detail. If the quotes and references are accurate, true and verifiable, and there doesn't seem to be any reason that they aren't. Then this critique is a real game changer.
The premise is straight forward, a simple comparison between two sources of 'literature'. The thing that makes this powerful is how they focus on the original Texts and show that at around 400 AD, (the earliest known complete records? although I am now getting the oldest is more accurately 280 AD?) a critical portion of the Book of Mark was 'padded' with new verses, which created two divergent versions of the Bible, (the 'padded' version being the one in use today!)
A good source of reference or follow up is Dr Bart Ehrman - 'Does Bible Misquote Jesus' who is referenced in the above (will update with reference) As he made another clear argument. That is, that there are in fact no original copies of the Biblical gospels, which is why the above is quoting documents from 400 AD. (again that looks to be more like 280 AD for another partial version...
IMO it is a clear explanation how the Hand of the Roman Vatican has been working the same agenda as when they were a world military power. It adds another piece to the historical mist of the past. Truly we live in the age of revelation. Revelation of what that could be is another question. This doesn't make me any less spiritual btw, it opens up a broader avenue, makes me want to learn what really happened.