Missing Page Of The Bible Found

I’ve been meaning to share this since +Wrong shared it a little over a week ago:


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  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/03089281236217906531 Scott F

    I believe that Mark Goodacre blogged on this very subject

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/16791629233605877049 Porlock Junior

    Can't help mentioning another newly discovered document, though not a religious one. Tom Weller, in his book CVLTVRE MADE STUPID (companion volume to Science Made Stupid) tells of the First Octavo of Shakespeare, which contains a couple of previously unknown poems. Although some have questioned the authenticity of these, linguistic analysis shows a Shakespearian vocabulary. In fact, the poems contain only two words unknown in Shakespeare's other works: thermonuclear and jazzercise.