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2022.01.22 21:01 ReddRabbbit "In the evening the youth comes 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." -- Was there really a Secret Gospel of Mark?

[Fair warning: this is really long and still barely scratches the surface of a very complicated issue. I am also not an actual Biblical scholar, just someone very interested in this issue, so please forgive me if I misuse terms or what have you.]
In the 1960s, Biblical scholar Morton Smith shocked basically everyone in his field by unveiling a newly discovered letter written by Clement of Alexandria, an early leader of the Church.
This letter discusses and quotes from a previously unknown early Christian text entitled The Secret Gospel of Mark. There are only two quotes. The second one is very short, but the first one is wild.

And they come into Bethany. And a certain woman whose brother had died was there. And, coming, she prostrated herself before Jesus and says to him, "Son of David, have mercy on me." But the disciples rebuked her. And Jesus, being angered, went off with her into the garden where the tomb was, and straightway a great cry was heard from the tomb. And going near Jesus rolled away the stone from the door of the tomb. And straightway, going in where the youth was, he stretched forth his hand and raised him, seizing his hand.
But the youth, looking upon him, loved him and began to beseech him that he might be with him. And going out of the tomb they came into the house of the youth, for he was rich. And after six days Jesus told him what to do and in the evening the youth comes 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. And thence, arising, he returned to the other side of the Jordan.

If you're a Biblical scholar, there's a lot to unpack there. If you're not a Biblical scholar, you might still be struck by the fact that Jesus apparently spends the night alone in a cave with a young man wearing only a linen cloth over his naked body? To me, and at least at one point to Morton Smith, it kind of sounds like this may suggest a sexual element to this initiation rite?
And what's really key is that this isn't just any previously unknown text. Again, the letter claims that these quotes are from the "Secret Gospel of Mark," a second version of the existing Gospel with extra material, reserved for spiritually advanced readers who were already "initiated into the great mysteries." Supposedly, the Gospel we have today is only a shortened, introductory version meant for general audiences.
If that's true, it would be an absolutely incredible discovery. One that would permanently change the way we study and understand the Bible and early Christianity.
The only problem is that no one's sure if the letter is real – we don't have a copy of it, only Morton Smith's notes and photos, which is kind of suspicious.
Even if Smith is telling the truth about finding it, there's only one copy of this letter, and it's a copy made by a monk in the back of an unrelated book, so the "original" may never have existed.
And even if the original did exist, that doesn't necessarily mean Clement actually wrote it. There were lots of falsely attributed letters floating around in the early Christian world – some of them even made it into the New Testament.
And even if Clement did write it, that doesn't mean he had accurate information about what the Gospel was or where it came from.
There are tons of possibilities here, but I think there are two main questions. First, was Morton Smith telling the truth? And second, was there really a Secret Gospel of Mark?
Part One: Background To really get why this is such a big deal, there's some general background information you should probably know about the New Testament as it currently exists and the apocrypha we already know about.
What's Apocrypha?
The New Testament is a compilation of pre-existing texts. The various books in the New Testament were written at various times over the course of several centuries before eventually being compiled and canonized as agreed-upon Christian scripture.
But the books in the New Testament weren't the only books about Jesus written in the first few centuries AD. In fact, there are quite a few that didn't make the cut. Part of the point of compiling the New Testament was to establish which books contained accurate information and theology and which were heretical or misinformed.
Books that didn't make the cut are now called "apocrypha." This literally means "secret" or "hidden" or something to that effect. It's a term that some of these works applied to themselves, kind of like titling it "The Gospel They Don't Want You To Read!" or whatever.
Eventually some early Christian leaders made blanket statements about books that refer to themselves as apocrypha being disreputable and not worth reading. Today we use the term "apocrypha" to mean any text written around the same time as and about the same people and events as the New Testament books which is not actually in the New Testament.
What's in the New Testament?
The New Testament contains a bunch of letters, some of which were written by Paul – though not all the letters attributed to him are likely to have been written by him. Paul's letters are the oldest documents in the New Testament.
It also contains four Gospels. "Gospel" literally means "good news." All four Gospels tell the story of Jesus's life and earthly ministry, as well as his death and crucifixion.
Three of those Gospels are called the "synoptic" Gospels – literally, "seen together." This is because they contain roughly the same events in roughly the same order, sometimes with exactly the same wording. Matthew, Mark, and Luke are the synoptic Gospels.
Of these, basically everyone agrees that Mark was written first, probably around the year 70. Luke and Matthew were written later, probably around the year 85. The authors of Luke and Matthew seem to have both used Mark as a source when writing their texts (Side note: despite their names, the Gospels are generally agreed to not actually have been written by Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John, hence the weird phrasing of "the author of Luke," etc.).
Mark is a really early and foundational Christian text. There are very few works that predate it, and because it's a source for Luke, Matthew, and several apocryphal texts, it's likely that even Christians who hadn't read it got a lot of its information and ideas secondhand. This is part of what makes Smith's supposed discovery such a big deal. It's not just anyone saying this -- it's the author of Mark!
Part Two: The Discovery In the 1940s, Morton Smith was a student at Harvard Divinity School. He took a trip to Jerusalem as part of his classwork and wound up stuck in the city longer than he anticipated due to the beginnings of World War II. He spent some of this time in the library of Mar Saba, a Greek Orthodox monastery a little less than twenty miles from the city. Mar Saba was founded in the fifth century AD. After more than a thousand years it had assembled a very impressive library which was, according to Smith, very disorganized and essentially uncatalogued.
Several decades later, Smith returned to that same library, this time as a Columbia professor on sabbatical. The monastery wasn't open to the public, but he received special permission to spend three weeks cataloging and studying its texts.
At some point during those three weeks, he found a printed copy of the letters of Ignatius of Antioch dating to around 1650. But this text ended with something bizarre: a handwritten copy of a letter in Greek, supposedly from Clement of Alexandria to someone named Theodore.
In this letter, Clement talks about how a group of very non-orthodox Christians called the Carpocratians have a copy of the Secret Gospel of Mark, but they've forged some additions to it and misinterpreted the text. To clarify that, he quotes a few parts of the real secret Gospel, then goes on to explain what those quotes mean. Unfortunately, the letter is cut off before we get the explanations, so we have no idea how Clement -- if this really is Clement -- interpreted these excerpts.
It's a big deal for Smith to even be allowed into this library, much less for him to have three weeks to catalog everything. He definitely can't just take one of their books. Instead, he takes several black and white photographs of it and leaves it in the library.
Smith studied those photographs for a few years in an attempt to verify their authenticity. He compared the vocabulary in the letter to existing letters of Clement. If the letter introduced too many new words, it might indicate that someone else was writing in Clement's name. Smith also consulted with several handwriting experts, who dated this copy of the letter back to somewhere around the 18th century.
Apparently satisfied that the letter could be real, Smith made his findings public in 1960, two years after the initial discovery. Thirteen years later, in 1973, he published two books on the subject -- one for a popular audience and one for a scholarly audience.
Part Three: Why Doubt Morton Smith? At the time, Smith was a notable figure in the field with a solid reputation. He visited the Mar Saba library while on sabbatical from his job as a professor at Columbia University. Generally speaking, he seems like a pretty trustworthy source on the subject. And initially, most scholars seemed to generally accept his findings -- though they may have disagreed with his interpretation, and it's important to note that believing the letter is real is not the same as believing the letter is accurate.
But over time, more and more doubts pile up. Here are a few of them:
We Don't Have the Letter
Because Morton Smith found the document in the private library of a monastery and left it there, we don't have access to the physical document -- only to Smith's photos. That prevents scholars from studying the letter as closely as they'd like to. In particular, many people would like to test the ink of the letter in order to get a more accurate date. Testing the paper fibers is less pressing because it's written on the endpages of an existing book, but would probably still be worth doing if possible.
Only a few other scholars ever got to actually see the letter in person -- one group saw it in the 1970s, but for reasons which I find deeply unclear didn't actually mention this to anyone until 2003. Apparently, during the visit they had the opportunity to get the ink tested, but the only ink testing lab available belonged to the Jerusalem police, and there was some concern about turning the book over to the police, so they just didn't test it.
Father Kallistos Dourvas, the librarian at the monastery, released color photographs of the text in the year 2000. Why did he decide to take photographs then, after forty years of debate? He didn't! They were actually taken twenty years earlier, in 1983, when Quentin Quesnell saw and studied the original text -- a fact which he also did not disclose until 2007 for some reason.
No one is exactly sure where the original is now, and unless someone else makes a decades-late announcement, no scholar has seen the original in almost forty years.
Word & Style Analysis
If Smith or someone else forged the letter in or before 1958, they would have had limited resources to mimic Clement's style. Specifically, they'd be working with the actual letters of Clement and maybe a copy of Otto Stählin's concordance of Clement, which was published in 1936.
Today, most Clement scholars seem to agree that the letter is very, very similar to Clement's actual writing, and that it would have required almost impossible skill to fake, particularly with the technology and information available in 1958.
Some disagree, and have used word analysis in an effort to prove it. It does look like the letter contains a statistically improbable number of some of the least-used words from Clement's other work. Other people doubt that this is actually a useful metric for determining authorship.
The Convenience
Some scholars think the finding is just too lucky. They see the letter as a perfect fit for Morton Smith's existing research areas, and the fact that he just happened to find an ancient text that lines up perfectly with his previous research, and it happened to be in a library monastery which he had visited before and which was generally closed to the public, seemed like too many coincidences to believe.
It's also worth noting that this is, far and away, the biggest thing Smith is known for. I can name maybe ten Biblical scholars offhand, and eight of them are Morton Smith or people who commented on or argued with Morton Smith in some way. This event drastically changed his career, and some think that would be another motive for forging the letter.
The Novel
In 1940, James H. Hunter published a novel titled The Mystery of Mar Saba. Plot summary per Wikipedia:

The story revolves around finding a long-lost document in the Mar Saba Monastery that is potentially embarrassing to Christianity. The document is later exposed as the work of a hoaxer. The hero is a British policeman in the Palestine mandate and his born-again American assistant.[4] The villain of the story is a close-shaven German archaeologist who leads a band of Arab "Hooded Ones," including the cowardly "Abid of the Scar," who stabs a girl in the back.
Some scholars think this novel may have inspired Smith to forge a similar document. Personally I think that if a novel inspired me to forge ancient texts I would probably not put them in the exact same monastery as the original book, but it is a pretty wild coincidence.
The Clues
Some people think there are specific clues in the text of the letter that point back to Morton Smith, intentionally, as a kind of joke. Clement mentions "salt losing its savor" in the letter. For some people, this is enough to point at Smith -- they think this is an odd phrase for Clement to use, and connect "salt" to the Morton Salt company. As far as I can tell, the first person to propose this theory goes a little further -- he thought the specific way the phrase was constructed suggested flowing, pourable salt, which effectively did not exist until the 20th century, when it was invented by the Morton Salt company.
The same guy claimed there was a complicated second joke, but it has to do with other books in the library and relies on several typos and misunderstandings that debunk it pretty much completely.
The Morton Salt connection seems to be generally ignored, but I've seen it brought up as evidence within the last few years, so.
Handwriting Analysis
Over the last 60 years, various efforts to analyze the handwriting of the letter have come to various conclusions. Originally, the text was viewable almost exclusively as a black and white halftone print, which complicated these efforts. Halftone has a tendency to add a slight wobble to small details, which can make handwriting analysis difficult. Some early analysis saw the text as being written with a trembling hand, but that tremble was no longer evident when the original photos were used instead of halftone reproductions.
Some analysts see the writing as distinctly different from Smith's own, and very different from his Greek writing, which wasn't particularly good. Others see the text as an effort to copy the style of eighteenth century Greek, and claim that the text has signs of discontinuous strokes -- that is, that someone drew part of a line, lifted the pen, then drew the rest in an attempt to make them appear contiguous. That's common among people who try to mimic the style of another text.
Part Four: What Would It Mean? Okay, if we assume that Morton Smith is telling the truth, that the letter is real, and that it really was written by Clement, what does that mean for Christianity? Well, there's still one big question to ask: Is the Secret Gospel really Pre-Markan, as Clement says, or does it just claim to be, and Clement has it wrong?
In other words, did the author of Mark actually write two versions of his Gospel, meaning that the Secret Gospel predates the Gospel we have today, or did someone else add to the regular Gospel of Mark after the fact, and just make up the "Secret Gospel" as an origin story for their additions?
Most scholars who believe the Secret Gospel existed believe the latter option is the case, but it's far from settled. If the Secret Gospel is a falsely attributed work assembled after-the-fact, then it has no major impact on Christian history. There were tons of apocryphal texts floating around that attribute much wilder statements than this to leaders of the early church, or to Jesus Himself.
But if it is true that this book predates Mark, that changes a whole, whole lot. Again, Mark was the first Gospel written and it's used as a source for the other two synoptic Gospels. Knowing that it's actually pared down from a longer version, and that the longer version was only available to a select few, would really change our understanding of the early church -- and that's just knowing that it existed. There's no telling what it might actually contain besides these two quotes.
Also, think about what happens in the longer excerpt I already quoted. If it really was part of Mark that was removed for general audiences, that would mean that the author of Mark for some reason saw that exchange as being too challenging for new Christians to understand, which, at least for me, raises a bunch of new questions!
Part Five: Conclusions To recap the possibilities:
At this point, there doesn't really seem to be a scholarly consensus on which of these is most likely, but I think the plurality of scholars either believe that Morton Smith forged the whole thing or that it's real, but Clement was confused about the origin of the Secret Gospel and that it does not actually predate Mark. The analysis of the letter by Clement scholars lends it a lot of authenticity, and Morton Smith's own less-than-stellar skill at Greek and form criticism lead many to believe he just didn't have the skill to forge a copy that held up to any serious scrutiny.
At this point we are pretty much out of evidence and do not know the whereabouts of the original letter, so the best hope of finding out more would be to find another copy of this letter -- possibly a more complete copy -- or a copy of the Secret Gospel of Mark itself. Neither seems super likely.
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2022.01.22 21:01 incognitosolitario18 Nunca he tenido novia, no he dado mi primer beso, soy virgen, y me siento avergonzado por eso, es una tristeza.

Hola, me llamo el incógnito solitario.
Nunca en toda mi vida he dado mi primer beso ni siquiera un besito de piquito o un beso en la mejilla y tampoco ni siquiera he recibido un simple abrazo de una chica, prácticamente nunca he recibido ninguna clase de afecto femenino de ninguna chica, además obviamente soy virgen.
Eso me produce demasiada tristeza y desepcion y mucha ira debido a que para mí es una injusticia que en toda mi vida me ha sido negado el vivir como una persona normal y tener novia y perder mi virginidad.
Además no puedo evitar sentir irá y demásiada tristeza y enojo cuando escucho una persona más joven que yo de 13, 14, 15, 16 hablando de haber tenido experiencias explícitas o cuando voy caminando por la calle y veo una pareja joven de 13 o 16 besandose o caminando tomados de las manos para mí es una tristeza y una injusticia porqué como puede ser posible que personas a esas edades tengan todo eso mientras yo que soy más maduro nunca he tenido novia ni primer beso y también sigo siendo virgen, por lo regular muchos pierden su virginidad y tienen novia a sus 13 o 14 y mirenme aquí nunca a esas edades tuve novia que injusto, para mí es una vergüenza ser superado por alguien menor que yo y también es una vergüenza que por culpa de mi aspecto físico y mi voz nunca le he gustado a ninguna chica y nunca he besado a ninguna y tampoco he tenido novia, que tristeza.
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2022.01.22 21:01 buttsexbaker Just finished the game for the first time

In the credits Jack says that he has to get his neural link with BT removed and get a new titan bc BT was destroyed, but I thought that BT put a copy of his AI in Jacks helmet. Is he retarded? Or did respawn just forget that they did that in that one mission. Honestly the best campaign ive ever played but kind of a dogshit ending bc of that.
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2022.01.22 21:01 zzing Anything like the RIMS rocket that is 15A?

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The only problem is that it requires a 20A circuit (120V) - what I would like to have is something similar in concept but requires only 15A, and is pretty free standing.
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2022.01.22 21:01 autotldr President Levits: defunct political parties should not get public funding

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Latvian State President Egils Levits has proposed legislative amendments intended to end public funding of political parties whose parliamentary groups have disintegrated.
Under the proposed legislation, the Corruption Prevention and Combating Bureau would be authorized to decide on stopping the disbursement of public funds to those political parties whose groups in the Saeima have disbanded or decreased by more than two thirds.
In the current Saeima, the provision would apply to the KPV LV party, whose number of mandates in among the highest but which has completely disintegrated and ceased to exist.
KNAB already has decided to withhold EUR 646,303 worth of public funding for this party, which has now been renamed as For a Humane Latvia.
The public funding has been suspended for one year because the party has been spending its money unlawfully, KNAB said.
The president still believes that the recent substantial increase of public funding for political parties in combination with tougher restrictions on private donations was a necessary decision that will strengthen Latvia's democratic system in the long term, LETA reported.
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2022.01.22 21:01 Wumbotlo Civil rights group @ACLU comes out against education transparency bills. They say that informed parents will silence #CRT teaching. https://t.co/oicL7wxN5a

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2022.01.22 21:01 TheCookieButter Reinstalled Windows - Xbox app not seeing existing games, how to check if on drive?

So I had to reinstall windows (have WindowsOld with some files)
I had several games (Halo, Flight Simulator etc.) installed on the Xbox program on an SSD separate to Windows. If I go to install Halo it'll attempt to redownload the whole thing even pointed to the same SSD as before.
How can I either point it to the existing download or check I'm not wasting 100s of GBs on game downloads? Since none are appearing I don't even know how to uninstall them if they're there.
PS: Screw windows and its WindowsApps bullshit.
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