Name glorifies Yahweh, into the name of a detestable pagan God - TopicsExpress



          

Name glorifies Yahweh, into the name of a detestable pagan God (Jesus), then how much more could they twist this Mans teachings to say that He taught against Yahwehs Laws? The shocking fact is that the Christians (led by the Catholic Church) have accomplished both of these things, and have convinced the whole world (including the vast majority of Israylites) that these lies are truth. I challenge you to believe Yahweh and His Word, instead of believing lying preachers who desire to do away with Yahwehs Laws - the very Laws (as we have seen) that will bring peace, joy and eternal life to all who abide by them. The truth about this lying propaganda comes as a complete surprise to the Christian believers who will not study for themselves. To them, everything in the Scriptures is a surprise. Its just like the teaching of their preachers, that Yahshua (Whom they call Jesus) and the twelve disciples did away with the Laws of Yahweh in the New Testament teachings. We, should be above accepting as facts the words of lying propaganda, without checking these teachings out for ourselves, with what the Scriptures themselves truly state. One of the most cherished ideas of the pagans, absorbed by the Christians, was that of the trinity of Gods. The savior whom the entire Christian world worships at this time is nothing more than the continuation of the pagan trinity. The fact that this doctrine did not officially become formulated until centuries after Yahshuas death, attests to the fact that this doctrine does not come from Yahwehs Laws and prophets. The New Bible Dictionary, 2nd edition by J.D. Douglas, page 1221, admits that the doctrine of the trinity does not come from the Scriptures, but from philosophy influenced by paganism. TRINITY. The word Trinity is not found in the Bible, and though used by Tertullian in the last decade of the 2nd century, it did not find a place formally in the theology of the church till the 4th century. It is, however, the distinctive and all-comprehensive doctrine of the Christian faith. It makes three affirmations: that there is but one God, that the Father, the Son, and the Spirit is each God, and that the Father, the Son, and the Spirit is each a distinct Person. In this form it has become the faith of the church since it received its first full formulation at the hands of Tertullian Athanasius and Augustine. The Encyclopedia Britannica, Micropedia Volume 11, page 928, gives us the following facts about the trinity. TRINITY, in Christian doctrine, the unity of Father, Son, and Holy Spirit as three persons in one Godhead. Neither the word Trinity nor the explicit doctrine appears in the New Testament, nor did Jesus and his followers intend to contradict the Shema in the Old Testament: Hear, O Israel: The Lord our God is one Lord (Deuteronomy 6:4). The doctrine developed gradually over several centuries and through many controversies. The Abingdon Dictionary of Living Religions, page 767, tells us: TRINITY (Ch). The Dogma, formulated authoritatively in fourth century church Councils, that Christians worship one God in three persons (Father, Son, Holy Spirit) and one substance. Under pressure to explain to a hostile Roman world how Christians counted themselves monotheists, Christian apologists (notably Justin Martyr, d. 165) combined Johannine and Stoic-Platonic understanding of the term Logos (Reason, or Word) in order to maintain that the Son was both Gods own self-expression and a being distinct from him. We see that the term logos was defined by the Christians according to the interpretations of pagan influenced philosophers in order to promote a false pagan God-savior in the Encyclopedia Britannica, Volume 7, page 449. LOGOS (Greek:word,reason, or plan), plural logoi, in Greek philosophy and theology, the divine reason implicit in the cosmos, ordering it and giving it form and meaning. Though the concept defined by the term logos is found in Greek, Indian, Egyptian, and Persian philosophical and theological systems, it became particularly significant in Christian writings and doctrines to describe or define the role of Jesus Christ as the principle of God active in the creation and the continuation structuring of the cosmos and in revealing the divine plan of salvation to man. It thus underlies the basic Christian doctrine of the pre-existence of Jesus. The identification of Jesus with the logos was further developed in the early church but more on the basis of Greek philosophical ideas than on Old Testament motifs. yahweh/The-Name-Of-Yahshua.html
Posted on: Mon, 13 Oct 2014 09:30:24 +0000

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