Sunday, November 1, 2015

All Across the Nation, Pastors Are Telling Lies from Their Pulpits this Morning

Why do I say that?

Because Christianity is a lie. It is a lying religion, based in lies.

Jesus of Nazareth the Messiah was not a Christian. He didn't revere a mostly invented New Testament, mostly the opinions of a man whose real name was Sha'ul, but who would not even tell the truth of his own name, and His Bible didn't have 66 books either.

Jesus didn't so callously mock the commandments of His Father, among which we would be commanded to abstain from bacon. What large percentage of Christians will head to church after a breakfast of this abominable meat.

Then when they get there, they will be regaled with tales of Paul, and Timothy, and Barsabbas, and so on and so forth.

Not Jesus. Not the disciples. Fuck those guys! the Christians will say. We're not under all the old laws and old ways.

When those guys were walking the earth, they'll say, the law was still in effect. All we need is taught to us by "Apustule" Paul.

So there you go. I have good reason to doubt there will be even one church that will teach the truth.



    It is Paulianity, not Christianity. Jesus came to bring the Israelites (Jews) of His time, back to the Laws of the GOD that Moses delivered.

    I have at least 4 more paragraphs to publish.
    I'm doing so because I don't have time to finish the entire comment,
    and to make several comments.

  2. It is not a coincidence, but a conspiracy, that the 27 books of the "New Testament" contain 14 books written by Paul (although he did not admit to writing Hebrews). From Acts 9-28, it is mostly about Paul. Many more Old and New Testament scriptures have been deleted, destroyed or lost. None of these supported Paul.

    Paul told many lies. He claimed to become Paul, which hinted that GOD had changed his name as HE did with Abraham and Israel. Another lie of Paul is found in Acts 20:13. Jesus never said that it was better to give than to receive. A reasonable person should question anyone who says that he is a messenger of Jesus and never quotes Jesus; and when he does mention Jesus, he attributes his own words as those of Jesus.