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Dr. Jirjis Kāmil gives names of a number of apocryphal gospels, attributed to some Gnostic groups and repudiated by all Christian churches.
Father ‘Abd al-Masīh Abou al-Khayr refutes claims that the Gospel of Judas Iscariot was written by one of the apostles of Jesus Christ.
The four accepted Gospels of the New Testament, Matthew, Mark, Luke and John portray Judas Iscariot as a traitor who betrayed Jesus Christ to the Romans for money. A new gospel called "The Gospel of Judas Iscariot” has been unveiled by the National Geographic Society and it gives a new and...
‘Imāra states that the Bible is believed by some to be inspired and inerrant, while others are not so sure. He ends on the side of the latter, citing only one claim in one encyclopedia as evidence for his claim.
‘Imād Samīr ‘Awad believes that the behavior of the Islamic thinker Zaghloul al-Najjār does not differ, in harming the feelings of Christians, from that of the Danish caricaturist who humiliated Islam by mocking its prophet.
The author comments on the speech given by a retired Israeli Mossad officer called Avi Lipkin, who gave many lectures in Switzerland and many other European countries under the auspices of a suspicious Christian organization called "The Friends of Israel." Libkin started his latest lecture in Bern...
Citing verses from the “Gospel of Barnabas,” the Holy Bible and the Qur’an, Father Marcos Aziz Khalil verifies that the counterfeited gospel contradicts with the both the Holy Bible and the Qur’an.
The article is a response to an article published in the weekly magazine of Rose Al-Youssef under the title “Barnabas, the author of the prohibited book.” With the aim of verifying that the gospel of Barnabas is not an authentic gospel, the author mentions the history of the gospel, quotations from...
The article is a letter responding to an article published in Rose Al-Youssef under the title “The writer of the taboo Gospel.” In his letter, Father Abdel Masih argues that the article of Rose El-Youssef is biased and unfair, as it gives the impression that the Gospel of Barnabas, which...
The article gives a brief description of St. Barnabas, describing him as one of the disciples of Jesus Christ who preached the gospel during the second quarter of the first century A.D. It attributed the so-called “The Gospel of Barnabas” to him and comments with details on the book and the...

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