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The Gospel of Thomas

This is by far the most exciting discovery of my lifetime!
My team and I were overcome with joy when we heard that there was a new fragment of the Gospel of Thomas that was recently discovered. We were hoping to learn something more about Thomas and his experiences with Jesus, but we could have never been prepared for what it actually said…
In this new small, but important piece of papyrus scripture, Thomas tells us that Jesus Christ did not actually rise from the dead but that Thomas, Mary Magdalene and Simon Peter hid his body! This means that the body of our Lord and Savior is still on Earth, waiting to be discovered, and I’ve been tasked to lead a small team to discover it.
The papyrus scripture is unfortunately tattered and worn, with large pieces missing, but our linguists assure us that the body is out there and are working diligently to decipher the message.
This will be the most important mission of my lifetime, and, hopefully, of everyone’s lifetime. I can’t wait to tell you what we discover next!

Anna

2/17/19

entry by Anna Nilsson

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Jesus’ Empty Tomb

We thought the best place to start would be to see if we could confirm Thomas’ story by investigating the tomb that Jesus was said to be buried in. It took cutting through a lot of red tape from the Israeli government, but we secured a short visitation to the tomb and went to work looking for clues. It was like investigating a 2,000 year old crime scene.
Though evidence was scarce, we do believe we found some indications that Thomas was telling the truth. We can’t go into the details right now, but we will follow up shortly. Our linguists tell us that they are almost finished piecing together the location for Jesus’ body. We couldn’t be more excited!

Anna

2/28/19

entry by Anna Nilsson

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