The ambiguity in the biblical texts would have to be intentional.  Unfortunately, instead of cherishing the ambiguity in the texts (and loving each other as instructed by Jesus), Christians too often have quarreled over which passage or which interpretation is more “correct,” even going to war over it, or burning books they disagree with.  A shame that books that made up pieces of the puzzle may have been burned and lost forever.  There were more than just four versions of the Gospel – others have since come to light.  Were there even more?  Without these additional pieces of the puzzle, can the complete picture ever be known?


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