Jesus’ Childhood Revealed in Manuscript & Britney Spears Mandela Effect

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Jesus’ childhood was revealed in a manuscript, and new details emerged about a Britney Spears Mandela Effect: Hear all about it on this Friday Night Live.

A 1600-year-old manuscript was found that led to an extremely shocking, fascinating discovery. It seemed to be one of the earliest known manuscripts of the Gospel of Thomas, which mentioned a miracle Jesus performed as a child. But this brings up a very important question: Why isn’t Saint Thomas’ Gospel in the Bible today?

The Gospel of Thomas was discovered in 1945 at Nag Hammadi in Egypt. The manuscript contained 114 sayings attributed to Jesus. Some believe that the ideas Thomas mentioned sounded too absurd to be written in the Bible, or appeared to be potentially contradictory to the beliefs of Jesus’ other disciples. But what was exactly mentioned? The Gospel of Mary Magdalene was also left out of the Bible. What exactly happened at the Council of Nicaea in 325 AD? But this led to other questions such as, “Does the Bible have a copyright?” Turns out, this question is much more complicated than what anyone would suspect. Join Ben and Rob on this Friday Night Live as they reveal what they found.

Also on the show, hear a personal story from a Rise.TV subscriber about a message from “beyond the grave,” discover Ben’s updates about a Mandela Effect related to Britney Spears which blew his mind, and so much more.

On Rise.TV, don’t miss the “Dig Deep” live Q&A followed by the Top 10 Weirder News of the Week with goblins scaring people in Zimbabwe, tiny fish that make sounds louder than a lawnmower, a dumb criminal, and 2 women giving surprise births in restaurants.

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