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Impostor: Harlem anni '80. Due giovani star hollywoodiane, Mekhi Phifer ("Impostor", "8 Mile") e Wood Harris (ll sapore della vittoria"), sono i protagonisti di questa durae avvincente storia di droga, corruzione e vendetta impreziosita da una straordinaria colonna sonora! Stanco di lavorare in una lavanderia a secco, Ace (Wood Harris) è un inquieto teenager che invidia i suoi amici Mitch e Calvin, due giovani spacciatori di droga, sempre in giro con macchine di lusso e vestiti appariscenti. Cosi quando si presenta la sua occasione Ace decide di dare una svolta alla sua vita! Attirato dal guadagno facile viene coinvolto nel traffico di stupefacenti. In poco tempo Ace diventa ricco e potente, ma quando i suol amici e familiari restano vittime dei suoi traffici ha una crisi di coscienza e si rende conto di quanto è alto il prezzo da pagare per avere soldi e successo. Con la straordinaria partecipazione della star del rap Cam'ron e di Chi McBride ("Fuori in 60 secondi", "Faccia a Faccia") PAID IN FULL vi farà vivere un Damon Dash e Roc-A-Fella Films Presentano PAID IN FULL MEKHI PHIFER WOOD HARRIS CAM'RON avvincente "sogno americano. .dal lato sbagliato della strada CONTENUTI SPECIALI: .COMMENTO AUDIO DEL REGISTA N CARROLL ESA MAGRALES ELSE NEAL con CAM'RONCHI A& BRIDE&MEH PHIFER BILLY HOPKONS SUZANNE SMITH EKERRY BAR MAHER AHMA SAROSSCSC.BSCUSA MEDENTHALRON ROTHOLZ SESSE CERCKAHARN CARTER BREIT RATNER Lingue in Dolby Digital 5.1 Baliano, Inglese, Tedesco DOLBY no, Inglese, Inglese per non udent, Drammatico 94 minut Menu terattv Accesso direto alle scene FORMATO A DOPPIO STRATO: la transizione da uno strato alaitro saro una breve VIETATO A MINORI DI 14 ANNI 1.85:1 ADATTO A OGNI può sa. PO DI TELEVISORE Avvertnx.propretato deidaช ha concessotaiceriza dublizodiquesto DVD te dela reluta colomra songraj per proletion a cartere ecuamenteSUENA VISTA HOME ENTERTAINMENT Z3R DN 5290 Z3R DN 5290 8 007038 652906 DVD oTIONe da parte dela Ba Vsta Home Etertiment
Impostor: Harlem anni '80. Due giovani star hollywoodiane, Mekhi Phifer ("Impostor", "8 Mile") e Wood
 Harris (ll sapore della vittoria"), sono i protagonisti di questa durae avvincente storia di
 droga, corruzione e vendetta impreziosita da una straordinaria colonna sonora! Stanco di
 lavorare in una lavanderia a secco, Ace (Wood Harris) è un inquieto teenager che invidia i
 suoi amici Mitch e Calvin, due giovani spacciatori di droga, sempre in giro con macchine di
 lusso e vestiti appariscenti. Cosi quando si presenta la sua occasione Ace decide di dare una
 svolta alla sua vita! Attirato dal guadagno facile viene coinvolto nel traffico di stupefacenti.
 In poco tempo Ace diventa ricco e potente, ma quando i suol amici e familiari restano vittime
 dei suoi traffici ha una crisi di coscienza e si rende conto di quanto è alto il prezzo da pagare
 per avere soldi e successo. Con la straordinaria partecipazione della star del rap Cam'ron e di
 Chi McBride ("Fuori in 60 secondi", "Faccia a Faccia") PAID IN FULL vi farà vivere un
 Damon Dash e Roc-A-Fella Films Presentano
 PAID IN FULL
 MEKHI PHIFER WOOD HARRIS CAM'RON
 avvincente "sogno americano. .dal lato sbagliato della strada
 CONTENUTI SPECIALI:
 .COMMENTO AUDIO DEL
 REGISTA
 N CARROLL ESA MAGRALES ELSE NEAL con CAM'RONCHI A& BRIDE&MEH PHIFER
 BILLY HOPKONS SUZANNE SMITH EKERRY BAR
 MAHER AHMA
 SAROSSCSC.BSCUSA MEDENTHALRON ROTHOLZ SESSE CERCKAHARN CARTER BREIT RATNER
 Lingue in Dolby Digital 5.1
 Baliano, Inglese, Tedesco
 DOLBY
 no, Inglese, Inglese per non udent, Drammatico
 94 minut
 Menu terattv
 Accesso direto alle scene
 FORMATO A DOPPIO STRATO:
 la transizione da uno strato alaitro
 saro una breve
 VIETATO A
 MINORI DI 14 ANNI
 1.85:1 ADATTO A OGNI
 può
 sa.
 PO DI TELEVISORE
 Avvertnx.propretato deidaช ha concessotaiceriza dublizodiquesto
 DVD te dela reluta colomra songraj per proletion a cartere ecuamenteSUENA VISTA HOME ENTERTAINMENT
 Z3R DN 5290
 Z3R
 DN 5290
 8 007038 652906
 DVD
 oTIONe da parte dela Ba Vsta Home Etertiment
Impostor: 1500 Year Old Bible Claims Jesus Christ Was Not Crucified - Vatican In Awe testa Much to the dismay of the Vatican, an approx. 1500-2000 year old bible was found in Turkey, in the Ethnography Museum of Ankara. Discovered and kept secret in the year 2000, the book contains the Gospel of Barnabas - a disciple of Christ - which shows that Jesus was not crucified, nor was he the son of God, but a Prophet. The book also calls Apostle Paul "The Impostor". The book also claims that Jesus ascended to heaven alive, and that Judas Iscariot was crucified in his place. Authenticity According to reports, experts and religious authorities in Tehram insist that the book is original. The book itself is written with gold lettering, onto loosely- tied leather in Aramaic, the language of Jesus Christ. mediocre-latinist: maggie-stiefvater: destielhiseyesopened: umiko-hitara: poisonpawz: zftw: voyagebysexualdiscovery: Uh oh wouldn’t that be awkward Can I get some credible sources? Here’s one and another and one more for the road Theology nerd side of Tumblr, reporting for duty! There are roughly five and a half fucktillion extracanonical gospels out there. For the first couple centuries after Jesus bit it, his followers wrote a ridiculous amount of fanfic. There were a gajillion different headcanons floating around about exactly who and what he even was (God pretending to be human? human who got possessed by God at his baptism? human who got promoted to demigod after his death? simultaneously God and human all along??) and lots of early Christian communities ~conveniently~ discovered a Totally 100% Authentic Eyewitness Account that supported their pet theory (and also, proved that their fave disciple was clearly the best). Big Name Fans argued about all the major disagreements, periodically throwing conventions specifically to bicker until they reached some sort of consensus (more or less – sometimes the hold-outs ended up saying “screw you guys, we’re gonna go form our own church!”) Toward the end of the second century, a guy named Irenaeus wrote a meta arguing that there were four fics worth reading – no more, no less – and they were ones that folks somewhere along the line started to claim were written by Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John. This idea caught on as a popular bit of fanon, and over the next couple of centuries it gained so much support that it was declared canon. So, what’s the point of this Jesus fandom history lesson? Basically, that the discovery of yet another extracanonical text isn’t particularly earth-shattering. Headlines like “Ancient Bible changes everything! Pope freaking out!” are bullshit, but that’s how it’s always framed cause more accurate headlines like “Old manuscript discovered – Historians say ‘Ooh, nifty!’” aren’t very good click-bait. The actual history and politics of the various gospel texts are really fascinating though (if you’re a huge fucking nerd, like me). In the Gospel of Judas, he’s the only disciple who really understands Jesus, who told Judas to “betray” him. Also, God’s a Glow Cloud. The Infancy Gospel of Thomas has kid!Jesus smite other kids for being little shits. The Gospel of Peter is hella anti-Jewish, but has one cool bit with a character that’s literally a walking, talking cross. There’s a whole book called “Q” which has never even been found, but scholars are pretty sure exists cause Matthew and Luke copied a lot from it. Seriously, leaning about this stuff made me go “woah, this is freaking awesome – why the hell did my parents’ church make the Bible seem so damn boring??” Well, probably cause all those white upper middle class folks didn’t want us kiddies to dig too deep and find out what a radical, anti-establishment bamf Jesus really was, but that’s another rant for another time… Reblogging because this is what I live for. As a medieval history major, I got taught first and foremost that we’d be spending four years reading lies and biased half-truths and mythologies. Our job was to find the places they agreed and work the rest out from there. “Do the edge pieces first, Maggie.” I took an entire seminar on forgeries, because so many of the sources historians use to piece together the past are known fakes, but the best they can do is read between the lines or have no lines at all. There’s a reason why medieval historians read farm reports featuring travel descriptions and saints’ lives involving demons-living-in-buckets with the same attention to detail. Every dry history text you’ve read in your life comes from a pile of sources like this, bits of maybe-truth cobbled together with toothpaste and narwhal horn dust. The moral of the story is be curious, and look for the lies in truth and the truth in lies. It’s pretty great: hello, history, riddle me this. tl;dr people seem to forget that the NT canon wasn’t formally set until about 300 years after the founding of the church.
Impostor: 1500 Year Old Bible
 Claims Jesus Christ
 Was Not Crucified -
 Vatican In Awe

 testa
 Much to the dismay of the Vatican, an
 approx. 1500-2000 year old bible was
 found in Turkey, in the Ethnography
 Museum of Ankara.

 Discovered and kept secret in the year
 2000, the book contains the Gospel of
 Barnabas - a disciple of Christ - which
 shows that Jesus was not crucified, nor
 was he the son of God, but a Prophet.
 The book also calls Apostle Paul "The
 Impostor". The book also claims that
 Jesus ascended to heaven alive, and
 that Judas Iscariot was crucified in his
 place.

 Authenticity
 According to reports, experts and
 religious authorities in Tehram insist that
 the book is original. The book itself is
 written with gold lettering, onto loosely-
 tied leather in Aramaic, the language of
 Jesus Christ.
mediocre-latinist:

maggie-stiefvater:

destielhiseyesopened:

umiko-hitara:

poisonpawz:

zftw:

voyagebysexualdiscovery:

Uh oh

wouldn’t that be awkward

Can I get some credible sources?

Here’s one
and another
and one more for the road

Theology nerd side of Tumblr, reporting for duty!
There are roughly five and a half fucktillion extracanonical gospels out there. For the first couple centuries after Jesus bit it, his followers wrote a ridiculous amount of fanfic. There were a gajillion different headcanons floating around about exactly who and what he even was (God pretending to be human? human who got possessed by God at his baptism? human who got promoted to demigod after his death? simultaneously God and human all along??) and lots of early Christian communities ~conveniently~ discovered a Totally 100% Authentic Eyewitness Account that supported their pet theory (and also, proved that their fave disciple was clearly the best).
Big Name Fans argued about all the major disagreements, periodically throwing conventions specifically to bicker until they reached some sort of consensus (more or less – sometimes the hold-outs ended up saying “screw you guys, we’re gonna go form our own church!”) Toward the end of the second century, a guy named Irenaeus wrote a meta arguing that there were four fics worth reading – no more, no less – and they were ones that folks somewhere along the line started to claim were written by Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John. This idea caught on as a popular bit of fanon, and over the next couple of centuries it gained so much support that it was declared canon.
So, what’s the point of this Jesus fandom history lesson? Basically, that the discovery of yet another extracanonical text isn’t particularly earth-shattering. Headlines like “Ancient Bible changes everything! Pope freaking out!” are bullshit, but that’s how it’s always framed cause more accurate headlines like “Old manuscript discovered – Historians say ‘Ooh, nifty!’” aren’t very good click-bait.
The actual history and politics of the various gospel texts are really fascinating though (if you’re a huge fucking nerd, like me). In the Gospel of Judas, he’s the only disciple who really understands Jesus, who told Judas to “betray” him. Also, God’s a Glow Cloud. The Infancy Gospel of Thomas has kid!Jesus smite other kids for being little shits. The Gospel of Peter is hella anti-Jewish, but has one cool bit with a character that’s literally a walking, talking cross. There’s a whole book called “Q” which has never even been found, but scholars are pretty sure exists cause Matthew and Luke copied a lot from it.
Seriously, leaning about this stuff made me go “woah, this is freaking awesome – why the hell did my parents’ church make the Bible seem so damn boring??” Well, probably cause all those white upper middle class folks didn’t want us kiddies to dig too deep and find out what a radical, anti-establishment bamf Jesus really was, but that’s another rant for another time…

Reblogging because this is what I live for. As a medieval history major, I got taught first and foremost that we’d be spending four years reading lies and biased half-truths and mythologies. Our job was to find the places they agreed and work the rest out from there. “Do the edge pieces first, Maggie.” I took an entire seminar on forgeries, because so many of the sources historians use to piece together the past are known fakes, but the best they can do is read between the lines or have no lines at all. There’s a reason why medieval historians read farm reports featuring travel descriptions and saints’ lives involving demons-living-in-buckets with the same attention to detail. Every dry history text you’ve read in your life comes from a pile of sources like this, bits of maybe-truth cobbled together with toothpaste and narwhal horn dust.
The moral of the story is be curious, and look for the lies in truth and the truth in lies. It’s pretty great: hello, history, riddle me this.

tl;dr people seem to forget that the NT canon wasn’t formally set until about 300 years after the founding of the church.

mediocre-latinist: maggie-stiefvater: destielhiseyesopened: umiko-hitara: poisonpawz: zftw: voyagebysexualdiscovery: Uh oh wouldn...

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