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Jesus is the biblical son of perdition


Jesus Christ, who is a false Christ at the same time, a false God, is the biblical son of perdition being described in 2 Thessalonians 2:3-4, which states: “Let no man deceive you by any means: for that day shall not come, except there come a falling away first, and that man of sin be revealed, the son of perdition; Who opposeth and exalteth himself above all that is called God, or that is worshipped; so that he as God sitteth in the temple of God, shewing himself that he is God”(KJV).

son of perdition

The son of perdition

Jesus Christ is a false Christ considering that the name Jesus did not exist when Christ, who has a Hebrew name that is being pronounced as Yahushua, was born until he was crucified. In short, Jesus is a false name of Christ, Consequently, therefore, Jesus Christ is a false Christ.

Secondly, Yeshua, being the alleged Hebrew origin of Greek name Ἰησοῦς (Iēsous) that was finally transliterated to English name Jesus,  if directly transliterated to English-that is-without passing through the Greek transliteration or translation, would result to Joshua, not Jesus. Therefore, Jesus is a false name of Christ, being obviously initially originating from a Greek name.

Also, if Jesus Christ is a false Christ, the more reason that he is a false God, even assuming that the wrong proposition that “Christ is God, which is very objectionable because of Hebrews 2:17-18,  is correct.

Hence, the proposition that Jesus Christ is both a false Christ and false God is logically acceptable.

Notice that verse 4 contains the literal descriptions of that man of sin, which descriptions are completely and consistently applicable to Jesus Christ due to the ‘Jesus is God’ doctrine being proliferated by Christians. He is the son of perdition or the son of destruction as described in other bible versions as the name Jesus had destroyed, among others, the narration of truth  in the bible.

In comparison, the Muslim “Jesus” does not fit into the above descriptions  because he is merely believed in Islam as a prophet, not as God. Obviously, then, the ‘Christian Jesus’ is the only entity that is meeting the qualifications in verse 4.

Notice also that the phrase “for that day shall not come, except, there come a falling away first, and that a man of sin be revealed” does not imply only that the false Christ will exist only just immediately prior to being revealed. But, it may also imply that he had been in existence about 500 years ago, when the name Jesus started to exist and prior thereto when the Greek name Ἰησοῦς (Iēsous) started.

Above theory is supported by the element of ‘falling away first before the revelation’. Previously, instances of similar falling aways by Roman Catholicism were discussed in ‘Christianity in general is a satanic cult‘.

Also, based on the personal experiences of the publisher, he realized these facts only after he got away from Christianity, as he was able to learn that Christianity became a satanic cult through the influence of Roman Emperor Constantine the Great that is being sustained by Jesuits. Hence, this revelation.

It may logically follow also that Christian believers will only realize these facts if they will get out from fictitious Christianity.

The ‘opposeth’ description is exactly manifested  in the “I rebuke in Jesus’ name” doctrine, which logically implies the ‘exaltation’ of said name above all that is called God. While God Himself is not directly rebuking a person as a manifestation of His power but would generally inform and forewarn first the person of the effects of violation of His will being legally called today as ‘due process’, behaviorally, this “I rebuke in Jesus’ name’ is an extreme exercise of a power more than that of God.

Also, as a result of his being worshipped by Christians as God, he was able to capture the mind and body of believers, which is being described in 1 Corinthians 3:16-17  as the temple of God and to sit therein as God. This enabled him to show to believers that he is God. If you will notice in Exodus 20:18-22, the presence of God is feared by Israleites but because Jesus Christ is less powerful, in fact, he can readily show himself to believers, who are inclined to believe that he is God.

He can do it as prophetically explained in the scripture, as follows:

This man of sin will come as Satan’s tool, full of satanic power, and will trick everyone with strange demonstrations, and will do great miracles. 10 He will completely fool those who are on their way to hell because they have said no to the Truth; they have refused to believe it and love it and let it save them,”(2 Thessalonians 2:9-10, TLB).

It has to be noted that based on records, nobody was revered as God before and at present the same way that reverence to Jesus is being done by Christians. Neither, would there be a possibility that another entity be revered in the future as God just like Jesus. He was or is being revered as God despite the fact that no Jesus name had ever existed when Christ, who has his existing Hebrew name, was born until he was crucified.

Also, revering Jesus as God by Christians is being done despite the contradictory verses in the scripture, one of which is affirming the fact that Christ himself, which is being used as a front entity by Jesus, is merely a man. This is expressed in Hebrews 2:17-18, which states, as follows:

17 Therefore, in all things He had to be made like His brethren, that He might be a merciful and faithful High Priest in things pertaining to God, to make propitiation for the sins of the people. 18 For in that He Himself has suffered, being tempted, He is able to aid those who are tempted. (KJV)

Based on Hebrews 2:18, if men are capable of sinning, the verse affirms that Christ experienced to have sinned. This is being implied by the verse as it alleges that ‘He Himself has suffered, being tempted’. This is specifically true when he was not yet spiritually informed that he is the messiah.

Also, based on the same verse, obviously, the purpose of his conversion to a man is for him to be able to aid those who are tempted, which is less possible, if he is pure. In short, he is a complete man, not God.

Based on the foregoing premises therefore, Jesus is the son of perdition or the son of destruction, being described in 2 Thessalonians 2:3-4, as he is not God and neither, is he the true Christ. In short, it is very dangerous to believe in Jesus Christ as he is not the Son of God but actually the son of perdition.

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