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Evidence That Jesus Was Bisexual

 

By James Donahue

July 2005

 

That so much of the art depicts a feminine Jesus may not have been mere poetic license by the artists. If they were using their right brains and drawing information from the collective sub consciousness, as most artists do, they were perhaps envisioning a man with sexual attraction to both men and women.

 

Now a growing number of religious scholars suggest in new writings that the historical record suggests strongly that Jesus was either gay, or that he was at least bisexual.

 

The Rt. Rev. Gene Robinson, the openly gay bishop of the Episcopal Church in New Hampshire, told parishioners at Christ Church of Hamilton and Wenham that Jesus was probably a homosexual because of his lifestyle.

 

Robinson noted that Jesus was an unmarried man who did not uphold family values. He traveled with a bunch of men and enjoyed an especially close relationship with one of his disciples.

 

Theologian Theodore Jennings Jr. and Dr. Morton Smith, a well-known Bible scholar, say there is irrefutable evidence that Jesus was bisexual.

 

Rev. Jennings’ book “The Man Jesus Loved: Homoerotic Narratives from the New Testament,” notes that a reference in the Book of John to “the disciple Jesus loved” was a reference to Jesus’ gay boyfriend.

 

Smith revealed a portion of a manuscript he found in a monastery near Jerusalem that strongly suggests a homosexual relationship between Jesus and a youth he raised from the dead. He believes the document was removed from the original text of Mark, Chapter 10, between verses 34 and 35. It reads:

 

“And the youth, looking upon him, loved him and beseeched that he might remain with him. And going out of the tomb, they went into the house of the youth, for he was rich. And after six days, Jesus instructed him and, at evening, the youth came to him wearing a linen cloth over his naked body. And he remained with him that night, for Jesus taught him the mystery of the Kingdom of God.”

 

It is clear why the men who chose the accepted works for the New Testament sliced this part of the text from the book. We must wonder what else was snipped in that early cutting room and they drafted a book designed to portray Jesus as a deity.

 

That fragments of the surviving text suggest a relationship with the prostitute Mary Magdalene point to a sensual Jesus that enjoyed sex with both men and women. 

 

Research by yet another Bible scholar, Dr. Rollan McCleary of the University of Queensland, Australia, has unveiled data that McClearly believes reveals that at least three of the disciples were gay.

 

In his book “Signs for a Messiah,” McCleary states that not only were three of the disciples obviously gay, but Christianity in general is founded on “gay principles.”

 

That may not be true.

 

Except for the four gospels and the letters by Peter and John, most of the New Testament includes letters written by Paul, a man who never camped with Jesus and may not have even known Jesus on a face-to-face basis. Paul’s conversion on the Road to Damascus has all of the classic earmarks of an alien abduction.

 

Psychic and remote viewer Aaron C. Donahue believes the alien that abducted Paul was an angel, posing as Jesus in the spirit.

 

The church designed by Paul during his travels throughout the Mediterranean area was a religion of male dominance. It was clear that Paul did not like women and gave them a subservient role to the men in the home as well as the church.

 

From his general attitude, Paul wasn’t necessarily a homosexual. He was simply a male dominant pig who used his role as a spiritual leader and author to carry out an angelic-inspired doctrine of an unbalanced social order that has prevailed until this very day.

 

 
















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