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Who is the disciple whom Jesus loved? From the Book Of John!

Who is the disciple whom Jesus loved?

You deserve the truth! Go to Garypangan.com or Google= Dr Gary Pangan, and find the uncompromising truth about the true beloved disciple. Completely taken from the original Greek manuscripts. The Answer is not John but Judas; the most comprehensive literary work on the subject of the "beloved disciple". Don't settle for the "John the beloved" cliche'. It's about time to know what the Lord is revealing to this generation. Take that step and investigate! The answer is JUDAS and not John!

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