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Are Catholics and Christians really acknowledging the true messiah before others? The issue, which can be answered by a big NO, is very important because they are publicly professing that they are believers of Christ. More specifically, this is related to Matthew 10:32, which states: “Whoever acknowledges me before others, I will also acknowledge before my Father in heaven.” (Matthew 10:32, NIV).
It is a big NO because if the name Jesus Christ and his alleged image and all doctrines and practices being attached to him are products of evil deceptions, the said believers are, in effect, not acknowledging the true messiah before others.
Others may capitalize on the words found in the bible as sources of alleged truth. But, would they be enough when you attach or connect them to the identity of Jesus Christ, whose name did not ever exist when the messiah was here on earth? Of course, also, the answer is a big NO. That being so, the Jesus Christ entity is actually a traditional lie. And consequently, therefore, believers are dangerously gearing towards destruction or perdition and not (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…)