These are accounts of the gospel suppressed by the organizers of early Christianity: the Roman Emperor Constantine, having noticed the power and the potential of Christianity, and certainly expertly educated in the brainwashing and ontrolling and of masses, saw that Christianity was one mighty force: and if he could control that, too, he would increase his powers immensely. He, no doubt, was affright that Christianity could overtake his power and become a threat to him and his empire.
The wise among you shall, no doubt, understand that, were he a Christian ( as he surely pretended ) he would never have ordered the whole Roman army to baptize: for every Christian understands that one cannot be ordered to baptize, for one must walk into the baptism through his own will, after repentance, preceded by faith.
The books of the Bible, greatly influenced by Constantine, were compiled to force Christianity into an organized church, burning all books which the early church deemed false. Today we know the surviving fragments of these books as the ‘Gnostic Gospels’.
None of these Gospels changes anything about the law we must follow and the things we must do to find salvation: so nothing in the ‘Gospel’ the ‘Good news’ has changed; only the story is told differently, with new information. We find out that woman, to Jesus, were not what they are to the church of today, or the organized church back then: second-class Christians. We also find all the proof that nobody requires an organized church system to find salvation: and that’s what the early church tried to suppress when they burned the books that we today know as ‘The Gnostic Gospels’. But the ancient Christians buried many of these books, and now some are found, examined, translated and published for you to read.