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If there is a greatest sin on earth, there could also be a greatest lie on earth. What do you think, is it? Just to give you the ten (10) clues, they are as follows:
- First-it is being worshipped and/or served as God.
- Second-it exists in Roman Catholicism, Greek Orthodox Church and Christianity, in general.
- Third-it is traditional, meaning, it passed through generations and people receive it as truth, despite the fact that if discovered to be totally falsehood, the one who discovers may erupt like Mayon Volcano, which is presently erupting, or release the developing internal pressure, as he and his family, parents, relatives and neighbors were victimized by domestic and foreign liars and deceivers, who are, most probably, not aware that they are lying and deceiving others, thereby making them pathological liars.
- Fourth-many are preaching this lie.
- Fifth-it was devised by powerful liars and deceivers, who were guided by Satan.
- Sixth-it is a source of wealth.
- Seventh-it uses the people’s emotion.
- Eight-it is used to engaged in war, peace, debates, government, politics and almost in all human activities, coupled, ironically, by faith.
- Ninth-it uses the bible but,
- Tenth-the powerful liars and deceivers, including those deceived, were not able to detect that the bible itself had prophesied the lie, making them as fools.
Is the bible really holy and telling the truth that the true name of Christ is Jesus? These issues are worth discussing because billions of Christians are believing on the bible as holy and that allegedly, it contains the whole truth. Are these alleged holiness of the bible and truthfulness in it really so?
The hypothesis that maybe drawn as starting point for the discussion is that the bible is not holy, as it does not tell the whole truth.
First, we will settle the issue on alleged holiness of the bible by knowing first the meaning of word ‘holy’ as indicated in the old testament, more specifically in Leviticus 19:2, which states as follows:
2“Speak to all the congregation of the sons of Israel and say to them, ‘You shall be holy, for I the LORD your God am holy.(NIV)
For the above verse, how should the word ‘holy’ be understood as an adjective in relation to the subject that is being described in the verse? For example, the statement is: “You shall be holy” and “I the Lord your God am holy”. (more…)