Newly Found excerpts from John Clarifies Jesus’ Radical Forgiveness

First, a somewhat different ending to “the Woman Caught in Adultery”:

And Jesus said unto her, “Woman, where are they? Did none accuse thee?”

And the woman answered and said, “No man, lord”.

And Jesus rose and said unto her, “Put out thy hand”.

And the woman didst put out her hand, which Jesus didst slap.

“Do not sin anymore. Go.”

Then, added verses in John 21:

John 21:17b-18a

And Jesus didst seize Peter about the head, and givest him three great noogies.

“Simon, son of John, don’t deny me again, lest I slap thy hand.”

Finally, a new pericope added to the end of this John document, presuambly because scribes were unsure where it fit:

“And the disciples didst ask Jesus, “Why dost thou slapst and noogiest people?”

And Jesus answered and said, “Amen, amen I say to thee, a father disciplines those he forgivest, lest they forget the lesson he teacheth.  And truly thy faces be worth my remembrance.”

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