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The Gospel of the Holy Twelve

Last Updated: 7 March, 2019

The Gospel of the Holy Twelve is an attempt to spiritually reconstitute the original Christian Gospel on the premise that what we have in the Bible is not the true original gospel of Christ.

The Gospel of the Holy Twelve fills in some holes of some topics which the Bible doesn’t give a satisfying answer on, such as, among others, the issue of how to treat the 20 quintillion (billion billion) animals we share the planet with.

The Gospel of the Holy Twelve has suffered much attack at an academic level, especially by questioning the source of its creation, usually without mentioning the quality of its message. Here are some thoughts concerning that:

  1. The origin story of the Gospel of the Holy Twelve is no less difficult to believe than that of any of the Biblical Gospels. For example, as best our scholars can determine, the very first Biblical Gospel (which we know as the ‘Gospel of Mark’ today) wasn’t written until 66 AD, at the earliest, more than 30 years after Christ’s death, and we’re supposed to believe it is completely accurate to the letter for what Christ did and said. We don’t even know who wrote it, as it doesn’t say; it’s only our tradition to say that the author is ‘Mark’ rather than ‘we have no idea’ (the latter not sounding as reassuring as the former). Neither do we have the original. I could go on. Just don’t tell me that the origins of the Gospel of the Holy Twelve are too shaky to consider it. The origins of the books in the Bible are no less shaky.

  2. What matters most, for both the Gospel of the Holy Twelve and the Bible, is not the academic background of the work as much as how much the message it contains helps us accomplish the most good in our lives. If you give it a chance, the Gospel of the Holy Twelve has that, I am sure you will agree.

  3. Who decides what holy book you follow? If it’s you then you need to look at more than one to help ensure that you’re following the right one for you. Otherwise you’re doing an extremely poor job for yourself as decision-maker, to limit yourself to just one option to decide between.

  4. There are some teachings in the Gospel of the Holy Twelve, such as the Ladder of Truth (Lec. XC), and the Twelve Commandments of Christ (Lect. XLVI), which are not only absent from the Bible, but which I believe are theologically profound enough to mean 2 things:

    1. They are further evidence that this book, Gospel of the Holy Twelve, is not likely fiction by a fraudster. It would be very hard for any normal person to come up with spiritual revelation like this, and if they did, they wouldn't be a normal person and probably not a fraudster. They would certainly have better things to do with their life. Insight of this quality is probably from God.

    2. If these teachings, even in just in the two examples I gave, were actually accepted by Christianity and implemented, it would reform Christianity into something much better than solely Bible-based Christianity ever could be. That is the value we stand to gain or lose regarding this book.

We pursue upgrades with our machines, our electronics, and our science, but what about our religion? We pursue unlimited learning in our careers, but what if there is something to learn beyond the Bible?

I believe the enlightenment contained in this the Gospel of the Holy Twelve is of a quality at least as high as the Bible's and should at least be considered a fifth Christian gospel. I believe it can take Christianity and humanity closer to God, regardless of who wrote it and how, which is why I promote it.

I recommend you pray about it and read it for yourself, so that you will be the judge of what you believe.

Click here for a location to read or download the Gospel of the Holy Twelve.

Click here for a Christian ministry which recognizes the Gospel of the Holy Twelve (coming soon).

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