Ancient Texts

Ignatius to the Ephesians – letter from early Christian church leader

The following letter preserved under the name of Ignatius is generally considered authentic as it was mentioned by the historian Eusebius in the first half of the fourth century.  As part of seven letters to seven early Christian churches, Ignatius's letters proved to be important testimony to the development of…
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Ancient Texts

Ignatius to the Philadelphians – letter from early Christian church leader

The following letter preserved under the name of Ignatius is generally considered authentic as it was mentioned by the historian Eusebius in the first half of the fourth century.  As part of seven letters to seven early Christian churches, Ignatius's letters proved to be important testimony to the development of…
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Christian News

Gospel of Jesus’s Wife – ancient papyrus fragment proven to be forgery

Within the study of Christianity, forged and faked ancient documents proclaiming a new shocking, revelation are nothing new. But recent news offering substantial evidence that the often-talked-about Gospel of Jesus’s Wife is a forgery – well, it breaks new ground – particularly since its authenticity was supported by Harvard University…
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Ancient Texts

Ignatius to Polycarp

SPECIAL NOTE REGARDING ANCIENT TEXTS PUBLISHED ON BIBLE BLENDER It is important to recognize that the ancient texts published on Bible Blender are NOT canonical biblical texts and are published solely for educational purposes.  In many cases the texts may be corrupt, inaccurate, or complete forgeries.  You should understand that…
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Ancient Texts

The Epic of Gilgamesh transcription

SPECIAL NOTE REGARDING ANCIENT TEXTS PUBLISHED ON BIBLE BLENDER It is important to recognize that the ancient texts published on Bible Blender are NOT canonical biblical texts and are published solely for educational purposes.  In many cases the texts may be corrupt, inaccurate, or complete forgeries.  You should understand that…
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