Another fresh piece of cinematic claptrap has recently emerged (no, it’s not Indiana Jones V). Here’s a review of Bloodline, whose title cleverly disguises its message that Jesus was married to Mary Magdalene and produced a bloodline. Whoa! Didn’t see that coming!
Once again the public is treated to the myth that the Gnostic gospels (any any other source) has Jesus married (to anyone). Granted, my movies aren’t as visually compelling – you remember, the ones that show me searching my computer edition of the Nag Hammadi texts for any evidence Jesus was married – but they are factual. Probably why mine are free. Here they are for anyone who has an ounce of objectivity:
Was Jesus Married in the Gnostic texts (Video 1)
Was Jesus Married in the Gnostic texts (Videos 2, 3, 4)
Greetings Mike~ I’m here to bring some good news about a documentary that you and visitors to PaleoBabble may find quite fascinating. This doc-in-progress is called “Assyrian: The Struggle For Identity”, produced by Lamassu Productions out of Detroit, MI. The content, of course, is most important (although I gotta admit the website design is pretty cool). Without getting into the politics attached to the Assyrian issue, my guess would be that you, as well as some readers, are aware of the Assyrian diaspora and their fight to keep from being assimilated into ME/Arab/Islamic culture. The documentary focuses on religion and language with an informative explanation of other cultural aspects. The scholar responsible for information concerning the Assyrian language shifts is Edward Odisho. Are you familiar with his work and if so do you feel that he brings the most up-to-date and (for lack of a better word) “legitimate” research to this project? You’ll find this site at assyriandoc.com This is one of two documentaries I’m definitely looking forward to seeing, the other being “The Exodus Conspiracy” slated for a Fall release. I’m guessing you already know about this one……. = )
@Debra: Nope – actually I’ve not heard of him or this. Thanks!