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El Testamento De San Juan

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Ciudad de Éfeso. Año sexto del gobierno del emperador Nerva Trajano. Juan de Zebedeo, el hijo del trueno , cumplía cien años. Su hora estaba próxima. Pero antes de morir el hoy llamado san Juan Evangelista escribe su cuarta y postrera epístola, destinada a todos los creyentes de la naciente Iglesia. Han transcurrido setenta y tres años desde la muerte y resurrección de Jes...more
Paperback, 227 pages
Published March 1st 2003 by Planeta Publishing (first published 1988)
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Speedy
Otro libro de Benitez plagiado del libro de Urantia (el otro es "La rebelión de Lucifer"). Cuando lo leí fue una revelación, un shock. Posteriormente me di cuenta que es mejor ir a las fuentes y sacar conclusiones de allí, en lugar de novelizaciones que alteran (aún más) el mensaje original.

De todas formas es un libro interesante para picar la curiosidad.
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The works of J. J. Benítez encompass literature and journalism, as well as UFO investigations.Primarily renowned as an investigator of the paranormal, Benítez garnered attention and criticism when he released Jerusalén, the first volume of a series named Caballo de Troya, related to the life and death of Jesus Christ. He begun his journalist career in January 1966 in the newspaper La Verdad, after...more
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