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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. (more…)
Leonardo da Vinci revolutionized Christendom with “The Last Supper” painting, depicting the alleged images of Jesus Christ and his apostles, contrary to a divine warning in the second commandment “not to make images of anything in heaven or on earth or in the water under the earth” (Exodus 20:4).
He succumbed to his artistic ingenuity leading to “Da Vinci Fallacy” doctrine, which deceived the world of real images of Christ and his apostles and further reinforced the Roman Catholicism doctrine of idolatry.
Setting aside traditional religious orientations and just basing on logic, Da Vinci was grossly wrong in proposing that the images he drawn belong to Christ and his disciples, for a simple reason that they were not personally present when Da Vinci was painting.
But because the images were presented as sort of ‘reflections’ using deceptive spiritual belief system and ‘faith’ in lies, less likely that followers would question the ‘proposition’ due to possible backlash of not ‘loving’, phrasing’ or ‘following’ Christ.