Saint Jerome

Jerome had no doubt at its disposal all the Scriptures about the teaching of Jesus, so commissioned by Pope Damasus the compiled the so-called Vulgate, i.e. the first Bible, the four Gospels. In any case he knew very well that Jesus had not eaten meat and that he also taught love to animals and not to kill them. In a letter to Juveniano, St. Jerome made a very special on this subject aside, when he wrote: ‘the pleasure for the meat was unknown until the flood; but since the flood fibers and pests juices of animal flesh will have inlay us.

Jesus Christ, who appeared when it was time, returned to join the end to the beginning, so that we no longer permissible to eat meat. (Adversus Jovinianum) This text shows that Jesus no doubt commanded not to eat meat, that some ancient Gospels, which are outside the Bible, testify to it. In spite of this Saint Jerome suppressed this important aspect of the teaching of Jesus to the collect the Vulgate, the current Bible, including already falsified records at the same time. Jerome really modified the Scriptures in 3500 parts despite how he himself said, controlled his pen. However every day millions of animals have to pay with his life for this falsification of the teaching of Jesus. Countless amounts of billions of animals have been since then exposed to diseases and killed in stables, and especially the Christian villages have become meat eaters. The consequences of this scam for nature, animals and also human beings are incalculable. Vegetarian many apocryphal writings confirm that Jesus and the Apostles were.

Relevant literature can be obtained in the word La Editorial, for example writing The love of Jesus by the animals that we was hid and also the entitled: the Bible was falsified. San Jeronimo, the forger ecclesiastic of the Bible. Very illustrative and interesting readings that are It reveals for example that when Jerome was given the task of pope Damasus translate all texts of the existing Gospels into latin and sort them in a great work resulting in what is known as Bible, around the year 370 suffered a great despair because there were even two texts whose content was similar. All differed. Intuiting what could happen, Jerome writes to the Pope the following: do not there will be at least one, to me, as soon as you take this volume (Bible) in hand, I does not qualify to cries of forger and religious sacrilege, because I had the audacity to add, modify or correct some things in the old books?