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Adults have confusing views on the personal name of the Father. Some says Yahweh, some alleges Jehovah, some calls Him through a title Lord, God, Adonai or Elohim. If you notice, almost everybody has his own way of naming the heavenly Father. And they are not aware that, in addition to the initial “Yah” sound in Hallelu-YAH or “Praise Yah” that is stated in Revelation 19, the last sound of the name of the Father is heard in a newborn’s cry. In essence, if anyone could only ask the newborn about the name of the Father, he or she will answer, correctly, half of it, more than the adults or differently from what is being taught to adults.
One of the elements of the name of the Father is life, which is externally manifested by sound ‘UHA’ in a newborn’s cry. It is so, it being the sound of presence of life in a newborn, upon birth. No wonder that there are verses, which show the Father’s love of children, whose innocence is (more…)
If Sabbath law is taken into account, who is the real author of Catholicism in particular and the present Christianity in general? Many will say that Jesus Christ is the moving force behind or the author. Could it really be true? With all due respect to Catholics and Christians, this can not be true, at all, because there was no Jesus name that ever existed when the messiah was here on earth. That being so, even if everybody would shout that the force behind these belief systems is him, it would simply fail because Jesus Christ is a fictitious entity who was just created by the bible.
Who is Jesus Christ by the way?
All those defending the name Jesus justify the name to have originated from Yeshua, which is an Aramaic name. However, assuming that said name is in Hebrew, which others claim to be, the theory of those defending the name to have originated from Aramaic or Hebrew does not deserve any merit because in so far as name is concerned, what applies is transliteration and not translation, when converting it from one language to another.
Transliteration is defined as follows:
“Systematic transliteration is a mapping from one system of writing into another, typically grapheme to grapheme. Most transliteration systems are one-to-one, so a reader who knows the system can (more…)
In the kingdom of the blind, the one-eyed is the king. It is true also to various kingdoms of Christianity. They are blind because they can not see that only one sect of the many sects may be a true believer of God and the rest are lying, as there is no logical reason to have various sects if they are believing only on the same God. In short, Christianity or Christendom, if taken as a whole, is a confused belief system.
Also, they are blind because they can not see that their belief in Jesus Christ is merely delusional as there was no Jesus name that ever existed when the messiah was here on earth. And speaking of delusion, this is found in 2 Thessalonians 2:11 in relation to the previous verse, which states:
10 And with all deceivableness of unrighteousness in them that perish; because they received not the love of the truth, that they might be saved.
11 And for this cause God shall send them strong delusion, that they should believe a lie: (KJV)
How severe is the ‘Jesus Christ’ delusion in Catholics and Christians? Is it more severe among Catholics? Or, is it more severe among born-again Christians, Methodists, Baptists, Protestants or members of other Christian sects ? Or, could it be that, in fact, there is no material difference in terms of severity in them?
Of course, the answer is expected to vary from one person to another. It is because, if you are a Catholic, born-again Christian, Methodist, protestant or member of other Christian sect, you will all definitely deny having ‘Jesus Christ’ delusion. In fact, all of you will definitely assert your respective truth, to the point of physically defending your alleged faith. However, because your doctrines and practices are too wide apart, it may only mean that only one of you is telling the truth and the rest are lying, (more…)
Firmly and faithfully believing on the name Jesus as ‘The Christ’ is a sure way to hell. This proposition is based on the fact that the Greek name Ἰησοῦς (Iēsous), which is pronounced as ‘Yah-Zeus’ and origin of English name Jesus, was merely created by ancient Greek writers in 321 AD, when Emperor Constantine of the Roman Empire decreed the formation of Christianity.
Notably, under Emperor Constantine, Christianity was formed based on the combination of Hebrew and pagans’ belief that also combined the name of their respective God-YHWH and Zeus, which was adopted as the name of the messiah.
In their report, the The Nazarean Way Internet Ministry and The Essene-Nazarean Church of Mount Carmel in Missouri found out that the intention of adopting the Greek name Iēsous, as the name of Christ, was to peacefully unite the YHWH and Zeus believers. This is quoted as follows:
In other words, no matter the language spoken – Hebrew, Aramaic, Latin, Greek, et. al. – “He is always called by the name ‘Iēsous,’” pronounced YaH-Zeus; He was never called the common Jewish names “Joshua,” “Yeshua,” or “Yehoshua.” His name is “Iēsous” and it identifies the members of just one Royal Family prominent in Jewish history.
How were Philo of Alexandria and the ancient bible writers deceived Christians? More specifically, how were they able to arrive at a Greek name Ἰησοῦς (Iēsous), which is the Greek origin of Jesus, as the alleged name of the messiah?
In a search for historical Iēsous and Mary Magdalene, The Nazarean Way Internet Ministry and The Essene-Nazarean Church of Mount Carmel in Missouri reported:
“In 2002 we spotted a clue in Luke’s Gospel: a Pythagorean Sacred Number. A simple Internet search for “First Century Pythagoreans” led to Philo of Alexandria whom Clement called “The Pythagorean.” Philo taught a method of biblical interpretation that was known to and practiced by the Essenes.
Fifteen years of Following Philo–pulling threads from ancient texts, inscriptions, marble busts, and other artifacts – led to the history hidden in myths and fictions. “The Nazarean and the Magdalene” were not what we expected – in fact, they are much better (more…)
Is there trinity of lies and deceptions in Jesus Christ, which makes the name merely a product of man’s imagination and foolishness? Specifically, is Jesus Christ a real person in terms of authenticity of the name, authenticity of the image and validity of doctrines and practices being attached to him by false Christians?
Or was his name merely invented by the bible, his image merely created by Leonardo Da Vinci and the doctrines and practices being attached to him merely created by false Christians by deceptively stealing the Words of God and mis-using the story of the real messiah?
Related to the above issue is Habakkuk 2:12-14, which is a prophecy for Vatican City, being the headquarter of the Roman Catholicism. As a background, Habakkuk 2 prophecy refers to the judgment for United States (Habakkuk 2:4-8), United Kingdom (Habakkuk 2:15-17) Vatican City and France (Habakkuk 2:9-11).
Included in the prophecy is also a judgment for idolatrous nations, one of which is Brazil (Habakkuk 2:18-20), due to its “Christ the Redeemer” statue in Rio De Janeiro. Philippines and Nepal are also included.
The verses for Vatican City state as follows:
12 You are doomed! You founded a city on crime and built it up by murder. 13 The nations you (more…)
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…)