What Was the Church Trying To Hide? by ROBERT ADAMS
"How well we know what a profitable superstition this fable of Christ has been for us." -- Pope Leo X (1513-1521)
When I first spoke to a close Christian friend of mine about the publishing of Tony Bushby's "The Bible Fraud," her reaction was one that many Christians have expressed, and one that made me aghast. She didn't want the book available because it would "persuade them away from the Bible and the word of God."
Further discussions with her and many other Christians around the world about The Bible Fraud all result in the Bible being quoted as the ultimate reference for the apparent "words of God," and therefore the basis for their arguments. The problem lies in that they believe the Bible is infallible.
If we examine the oldest known Bible to date, the "Sinai Bible" housed in the British Museum (I believe that, during his many years of research, Tony had a private viewing of this priceless book), we find a staggering 14,800 differences from today's Bible and yet it still remains the word of God?
As Tony points out, the history of our 'genuine' Bibles is a convoluted one.