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Toronto researchers develop rapid low cost method to measure COVID-19 immunity

September 18, 2021

New test can accurately detect coronavirus antibodies in a drop of blood in less than an hour.

Source: Toronto researchers develop rapid low cost method to measure COVID-19 immunity

20 Most Requested Billboard Top 100 Radio Songs That Wedding DJs Play at Events | RadioForge

September 17, 2021

Some of the most loved songs by everyday music listeners are found in Billboard’s “Hot 100” that dominate the airwaves on radio stations nationwide. But have you ever wondered which of these chart-topping tunes also make their way into a … Read more

Source: 20 Most Requested Billboard Top 100 Radio Songs That Wedding DJs Play at Events | RadioForge

Variety Oldies Radio

September 16, 2021

Playing The Best Oldies You Love

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AG Slatery Joins Effort Opposing Federal Control Of States’ Elections

September 15, 2021

Source: AG Slatery Joins Effort Opposing Federal Control Of States’ Elections

Aaron Maté Discussed the Biden admin continuing to occupy Syria and concealing the real reasons for it with @SocialistMMA

September 15, 2021

@ 12:09

[What @aaronjmate says here about Syrian policy is true. And U.S. policy has been and is wrong, and un-Christian, I might add.]

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i haven’t confirmed this myself but i’ve
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heard from people and there are reports
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i mean i haven’t witnessed them myself
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but i’ve heard from people in their
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reports they have syrians protesting
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the u.s you know syrians in the region
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of northeast syria certainly they’ve
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been protests in other parts of the
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country but even syrians in the region
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where the us is occupying in the
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northeast protesting because one of the
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things that the u.s has done reportedly
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is arrest people who have been
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instrumental in fighting isis
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local people who you know helped win
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back their territory from isis which
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spread
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thanks to the us which basically
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created isis
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by going into
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iraq and all the um destruction there
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that led to isis and then we know by the
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way i quote this in the article there’s
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a clip of john kerry admitting in a
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leaked recording that when isis was
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spreading in syria
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the u.s sat back and watched and
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was watching isis grow and carrie’s
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words was watching isis
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uh going to damascus and kerry explained
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that we thought that this was
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threatening assad and we were willing to
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let this happen
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to let isis grow because we thought that
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it would put assad in a threatened
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position and force him into negotiating
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which is basically a euphemism for
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forcing assad to negotiate his way out
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of power so what kerry is basically
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saying was
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while we’re publicly claiming to fight
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isis and trying to destroy it we
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actually were sitting back and watching
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it grow
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and we’re letting it grow if that meant
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we could leverage its growth to oust
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assad so it was more and he even said he
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said the reason he even says the reason
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russia came into syria in 2015. the
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reason russia came in he says he says
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quote because they didn’t want a daesh
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government daesh being isis right so
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that’s why russia came in and so what
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kerry’s saying is is that the u.s unlike
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russia
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was presumably willing to risk a
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government
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if it could mean leveraging that risk to
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put pressure on assad and oust the
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sovereign syrian government that’s how
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cynical u.s policy is and so
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well media will cover this stuff like
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can you imagine like you always have
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those uh
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like gun-toting conservatives and where
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they have this extreme hatred for isis
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isis imagine how little of them actually
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know that we are complicit with growing
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isis in syria yeah yeah i mean the only
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guy in u.s political life who said it
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was donald trump when he he blurted out
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that uh the obama administration created
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isis and you know there was truth to
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what he was saying because obama you
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know um now of course it wasn’t just
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obama it was bush that launched the iraq
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war but
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obama with his policy in iraq and then
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with letting isis grow in syria there’s
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truth to that and that’s one of the
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reasons why trump was vilified by the
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national security state it’s not that
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they cared about trump being a racist
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or a uh greedy billionaire and all the
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other awful things about him he was a
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bad steward of the u.s empire he he said
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the wrong thing he spoke the truth
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sometimes so that’s why you know that
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that’s a big reason why we had
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russiagate is because
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they just you know he was not acceptable
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uh to run the show even when he went
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along with the empire so many times
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repeatedly to try to you know
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um
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uh
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to try to play along sometimes his just
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his outbursts were just too embarrassing
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wasn’t he on fox news and he was he he
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literally said the quiet part out loud
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where he was like we should be in syria
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because we won’t take the oil
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exactly so exactly so so to the official
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right so
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uh the the official rationale for u.s
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troops being in syria is that we’re
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there to fight isis and we’re that we’re
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there to help uh train our kurdish
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allies in fighting isis um but there’s a
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whole bunch of things wrong with that
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first of all as you point out
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trump and other officials have already
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told the truth that’s not why we’re
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there trump said it on fox news very
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very succinctly said they’re there to
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take the oil what that means is
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u.s officials want to steal syria’s oil
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not because the u.s needs syria’s oil or
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can do anything with it really but
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because syria needs its oil to function
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as a country
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and because syria defeated the u.s side
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in the dirty war so billions of dollars
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from the cia and saudi arabia qatar
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turkey and all the weapons in the world
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could not topple the syrian government
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so because that failed now we have to
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turn to plan b which is simply to
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strangle syria
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make it suffer into submission make the
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people suffer for the fact that their
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government beat the u.s it’s pretty much
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just sadism just because the us can do
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it and the oil
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is a big part of that because without
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syria’s own oil it can’t provide for its
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people it makes it very difficult and
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also in that northeast region where the
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us is staying is also the bulk of syria
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is wheat and so it can’t feed its own
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people and when i was there in syria i
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saw it there are bread lines and people
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are struggling a big reason for that is
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because the us is stealing the part of
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the region that produces their oil and
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wheat there’s also these murderous
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sanctions that prevent syria from
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importing
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food and medicine all the things that it
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needs and so trump laid it out on the
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oil when he said that on fox news but
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there’s another
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statement i quote in the article and
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this was first discovered by my grey’s
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own colleague ben norton from dana
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struhl who she is now a top a senior
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official under biden in the pentagon
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running the middle east for the pentagon
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but before that in 2019 she was co-chair
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of something called the syria study
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group which basically you know for um
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for congress writes up policy reports
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and policy recommendations
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for syria there’s a clip of her and it’s
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in my article where she explains
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basically what the us strategy is it’s
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very similar to trump
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she just says it in more in a more sort
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of
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you know in in the language of a
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diplomat but she spells out that the us
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being in syria means that the u.s quote
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owned one-third okay yeah like you want
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to play the foot yeah yeah
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yeah i’m gonna give the clip but let’s
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play this and see what exactly she says

I Just Don’t Know Know What To Do With Myself Radio

September 14, 2021

Russias FSB Accuses Ukrainian Intelligence Of Staging Crimean Gas Pipeline Blast – UrduPoint

September 10, 2021

The explosion of a gas pipeline in Crimea in August was organized by the Ukrainian intelligence with participation of the Mejlis of the Crimean Tatar People (banned in Russia), the Russian Federal Security Service (FSB) said on Tuesday.On August 23, unidentified persons damaged the gas pipeline, loc ..

Source: Russias FSB Accuses Ukrainian Intelligence Of Staging Crimean Gas Pipeline Blast – UrduPoint

First Century Gospels Discovered in 1906

September 9, 2021



First Century Gospels Discovered in 1906 – NCCG.ORGhttp://www.nccg.org › groups › bible_versions_mss › fi…
Jul 8, 2009 — James asked me if I had heard of the Codex Washingtonensis. … the senior author asked Freer Gallery of Art officials to make infrared and …
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Posted On: 07/07/2009 Category: General Estimated Read Time: 5 – 6 Minutes

First Century Gospels Discovered in 1906

When I was in Colorado Springs, I had the pleasure of meeting James Rutz, the author of Megashift, which I read a couple of years ago. He also gave me a copy of a new book, The Meaning of Life.

James asked me if I had heard of the Codex Washingtonensis. No, I had never heard of it. He proceeded to tell me that it was a large manuscript of 372 pages, with all four gospels on it. It was written in early Greek and was found buried in the sand at an old abandoned Roman garrison in Egypt. The Romans had abandoned the place about 150 A.D., so the manuscript had to be dated prior to that time.

Critics of the New Testament often trumpet the idea that there are no “originals” of the gospels, and that the oldest ones we have were copies of copies of copies. Each was supposedly embellished until they reached mythological proportions, complete with miracles, etc. That, of course, is evolutionary theory applied to the New Testament writings.

Well, those scholars’ theories are about to suffer a knock-out punch. The Codex “W”, as it is called, contains no new doctrinal material, but is essentially the same as the copies we have been using. There are a few alterations, but nothing like the evolutionary theorists had imagined. The Codex W includes all the miracles of Christ just as the later manuscripts had done, showing that the copies of copies were quite faithful in their reproductions.

Codex W is actually dated internally. Each of the four gospels is dated according to the Roman calendar (AUC), which began its dating system in 754 B.C. The dates, expressed in our modern dating system, are as follows:

Matthew: 68 A.D.

Mark: 73 A.D.

Luke: 75 A.D.

John: 97 A.D.

In other words, the order of New Testament books as we know them today is the order in which they were written.

Unfortunately, in 1906, when Codex W was brought to the Freer Gallery of Art (part of the Smithsonian Institute in Washington D.C.), most scholars brushed it off without even studying it closely. They labeled it as a fifth century manuscript. Lee Woodard and James Rutz write in a paper entitled, Codex W Discovered to Be the Original First Century Gospels:

“Roughly eighty pages of the 372-page codex contain tiny explanatory notes in Aramaic Hebrew, written for the benefit of Christian Jews in Egypt and elsewhere who were less familiar with Greek, still speaking the rapidly dying, common form of Hebrew. Most of those pages have more than one note.

“By A.D. 150-165, that language was so nearly displaced by other languages that no substantial community of believers remained who would have benefited from the many notes. . . .

“Herein lays the most astonishing aspect of the history of this ‘Cinderella’ codex: Not one of the original researchers who studied W shortly after it was purchased from an Egyptian antiquities dealer by American industrialist Charles Freer in 1906 paid any attention to these scores of notes. Most of them wrote not a single word on the topic. It is as if they never saw them. Basically, they made a subjective judgment on W based upon handwriting style, which they opined was like Fourth or Fifth century manuscripts they had seen. Amazing, but true. This may constitute one of the more remarkable scholastic blunders of our time, as you may judge in light of all the above paragraphs, which were made by the Freer Gallery staff in July 2006.

“Now a barrage of new evidences, including infrared and ultraviolet photography, computer resolution, basic paleographic analysis, and simple textual examination has shown Codex W to be what practically no one had ever hoped to find at this very late date: original eyewitness accounts by contemporaries of Jesus Christ that predate the earliest known gospels by about two hundred years. They are signed by (or on behalf of) all four of the famous writers of the gospels, marked with their own seals, dated with the year of completion (in the Roman dating system), and even recorded with the place of their final editing and collation, which was Aun, Egypt, known in the Old Testament as On and today as Heliopolis.”

In a footnote, speaking of the senior author, Lee Woodard, D. Min, we read,

“While doing research for his D.Min. Dissertation on an unrelated subject, the senior author asked Freer Gallery of Art officials to make infrared and ultraviolet-enhanced copies of a few pages of Codex Washingtonensis. He was astonished to find scores of interlinear notes and other marginalia in Aramaic Hebrew that no one had ever commented on.”

Other pertinent quotes from the article by Woodard and Rutz:

“Clement of Alexandria and Origen both were writing about A.D. 200, and both cited verses peculiar to W alone.

“Clement criticized the abnormal/ungrammatical word order in W’s John 2:20.

“Origen wrote that W’s oddball version of Luke 19:37 reflects ‘a mistake in gender [and] transfer in declension of a well known word.’

“In other words, these bumbling mistakes were what we would classify as ‘typos’ today. . . . So Clement and Origen could not have been criticizing anything but a very early original.”

The bottom line is that Codex W had to predate both Clement and Origen in 200 A.D., because both authors quoted from it and commented on it. The Aramaic Hebrew notes on the manuscript fell into near total disuse by 150 A.D., probably due to the failed Bar Kochba revolt in 135, which scattered the remaining Jews into the Greek-speaking world, forcing them to learn Greek within a generation.

These authors are writing a book on the subject now. I am anxiously awaiting its publication. And I will have to make some revisions on my own Church History book as well, in the light of this new evidence.

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Author – Dr. Stephen E. Jones

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Jim Rutz discusses discovery after 1:41:00

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It has been said that many of Cairo’s residents know little about the Fort of Babylon, though certainly the Christians do, because several of their oldest churches are built into or on its walls. These include El-Muallaqa (the Hanging Church) and the Greek Church of St. George. A number of other Coptic churches are nearby. The area is called Old, or Coptic Cairo (Masr el Atika), for this is indeed the oldest part of the city, and the remains of the fort are Cairo proper’s oldest original structure. Indeed, Cairo owes its existence to this fort.

http://www.touregypt.net/featurestories/babylon.htm

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Click to access heavenly_man_watchman_nee.pdf

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http://www.washington-codex.org/

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Woodard, Lee W. First Century Gospels Found! : Forensic Discovery ; Washington Codex Manuscripts of the Four Gospels Were Penned and Dated in the in the First Century A.D. / by Lee W. Woodard. Corrected and rev. edition. Sallisaw, Okla: L.W. Woodard, 2008. Print.

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I Got You Babe Radio, A PlayList by RHINO

September 9, 2021

I Got You Babe Radio, A PlayList by RHINO

Russia Regrets Lack Of Progress By Turkey On Separation Of Terrorists In Idlib – Lavrov – UrduPoint

September 9, 2021

Moscow regrets that Ankara has not yet managed to fully implement the agreement to separate terrorists from opposition forces in Syrias Idlib, and keeps proposing solutions, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said on Thursday

Source: Russia Regrets Lack Of Progress By Turkey On Separation Of Terrorists In Idlib – Lavrov – UrduPoint