Brother AACOOLDRE : A Short Bibliography on Jesus

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  1. AACOOLDRE

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    BIBLIOGRAPHY OF JESUS CHRIST
    By Andre Austin

    Name: Jesus
    Birthdate: Nazareth/Galilee 12BC died 36AD. Wasn’t born in Bethlehem
    Mother: Mary, break of virginity preceded marriage
    Father: Josephus
    Grandfather: ? Jacob (Matthew 1:16) or Heli (Luke 3:23) u pick anyone. Some Christians say Jesus grandmother married twice giving Jesus two grandfathers from his father side.
    Ancestry: Root & offspring of David is debatable because genealogy tree messed up
    School: Jewish theology/ Egyptian Mystery System @ Mt Carmel lodge
    Profession: Prophet to the poor
    John the Baptist: Jesus cousin was an member of the Essence, a branch from the Egyptian Mystery School. Jesus was a member until John’s execution by Herod Antipas.
    Pilate: Was forced to kill Jesus by Herod Antipas.

    If God granted man freewill then he doesn’t intervene between fights of factions for a kingdom. David fought Saul for the kingdom and won by treason, adultery and not punishing rapists just to name a few. If Saul’s faction would have won then Jesus genealogy would have came from Saul instead of David. David authorized the murder of Abner, Saul’s cousin and general of the Israelite army; he authorized the murder of Eshbaal, Saul’s successor as king over Israel; he imposed his will over Israel by force after Eshbaal’s death; and after becoming king, he carried on a systematic extermination of the House of Saul.God didn’t give David the kingdom David took the kingdom.

    If we read Luke’s genealogy of Jesus we find figures like Methuselah, Enoch and Peleg cited as seeds to Jesus. These were not real people. People like Methuselah were related to the mythological Noah. Noah flood stories revolves around Egyptian calendar cycles. The Jews went into the Egyptian libraries to write their history like Mantheo. Many figures in Genesis birth and deaths coincide with the start and ending of Egyptian dynastic dates. For example with the analysis of Gary Greenberg’s work: “The Genesis chronology the first dynasty of 3074Bc (the birth of Methuselah, a starting date for the second dynasty of 2831 (the death of Adam)”.The Bible Myth p.94 Why else have Methuselah live in Genesis for 969 years the precise time Memphite kingdom lasted?

    Jesus zealous followers took fact and fiction truth and falsehoods wrapped it up under a Christmas tree and feed it to a non reading uncritical public from 36AD -2009AD with no end in sight. Everyone, anyone who wanted to see the whole picture of the history and development of religion are attacked from all angles. You can start out by trying to link this all up with Black History Month and find yourself under a four prong attack from religious fanatics. First attack:

    1.Spritualy a Demon
    2.Psychological probes
    3.Civil attacks
    4.Criminal probes all plus more to isolate you socially, political and economically.
     
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    oceolo Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    There are so many errors in "Bibliography of Jesus Christ" I don't even know where to begin! It seems like Andre Austin is just making stuff up to make his book a more interesting read. Most of the things he is talking about have no basis or validity.
     
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    No, "popular" religion has any validity. It's just up to each individual to believe what they wish.
     
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    In the Spirit of Sankofa!

    oceolo and soulbrotha have both made excellent points in my view!

     
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    Please cite one or two things that are inaccurate then we can exchange some ideas on the matter.
     
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    In the Spirit of Sankofa!





    AACOOLDRE,

    Is that an open invitation, or pointed specifically at someone, by not quoting or mentioning to whom your post refers, begs this question.

     
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    Anyone who would like to point out errors please do so
     
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    David didn't commit treason . Saul died in battle . David became king because he was chosen by God to be king.

    David didn't try to wipe the line of Saul. David was best friends with Jonathon,Saul's son,and he allowed Jonathon's son to live his house because of that friendship.
     
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    I would invite you to read the first online chapter of Gary Greenberg's new book on King David. You can google his name for his website. Now he killed many of Saul's line I dont know if every single one was killed. Saying God picked David to be king is like saying god picked Obama over McCain.

    Greenberg asserts:

    READ CHAPTER ONE

    Good David and Bad David

    But the word of the Lord came to me [i.e., David], saying,
    Thou hast shed blood abundantly, and hast made great wars:
    thou shalt not build an house unto my name, because thou hast shed
    much blood upon the earth in my sight. (1 Chronicles 22:8.)

    Modern impressions of King David depict him as a young boy of unsurpassed courage, a pious and humble man who triumphed over many adversities, a goodly king whose heart was with the Lord and compared to whom all other monarchs fall short. He is portrayed as the progenitor of a dynasty that would one day rule over the kingdom of God on earth. Many see in him history’s first renaissance man: a poet of uncommon wit and intelligence, a musician of national renown, a diplomat of consummate skill, a politician of great wisdom, a brilliant military strategist, a master of martial weapons, a theologian who defined the basics of Jewish thought, and an inventor of many of the Old Testament’s religious practices and institutions. These views have a long pedigree.
    Following strict biblical chronology, King David came to the throne at about 1061 b.c., but the biblical data presents many problems, including textual contradictions and problematic synchronization with the dates of known events from non-biblical records. Most scholars propose moving the start of his reign forward about fifty or sixty years, somewhere between about 1010 and 1000 b.c.

    David’s predecessor on the throne was Saul, the first king of Israel, and David’s successor was Solomon, his son. By convention, biblical scholars refer to the period from Saul through Solomon as the United Monarchy. It is usually thought of as ancient Israel’s golden age and the three kings, according to the biblical chronology, had a combined reign of about one century.

    David and Saul came from different families and rival political entities that shared territorial borders, Saul from the tribe of Benjamin and David from the tribe of Judah. When David succeeded to the throne, he founded a family dynasty that lasted over four hundred years, perhaps longer than any other known royal family. Although David’s kingdom split in two after the death of Solomon, Israel in the north and Judah in the south (mirroring the earlier political divisions between Saul and David), his descendants on the throne of Judah outlasted the more popular and prosperous northern kingdom by almost one hundred and fifty years.

    His dynasty ended in 587 b.c. when Babylon captured the Judaean capitol of Jerusalem and destroyed the great Temple of Solomon, but Hebrew prophets believed and predicted that a future descendant of David would once again rule over the kingdom of God. Christians saw the fulfillment of that promise in Jesus Christ while Jews continue to await the arrival of the Messiah.

    In the second century a.d., after the Romans banished the Jewish people from Palestine, the Hebrew academy in Babylon emerged as the intellectual and spiritual center of Jewish culture throughout the Diaspora. For almost a thousand years a leader believed to be a descendant of David presided over that institution. As Christianity took hold in Europe, the ideology and theology surrounding King David inspired many Christian monarchs and religious leaders and triggered many political and religious struggles between Christian kings and the Popes.

    These views of King David, burnished over millennia by armies of theologians and religious teachers, have made David the most beloved character in all of the Old Testament and, theologically, the most important. But how much do we really know about this man?
     
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    How about the fact that all of this is Bulls--- !! How about the fact that "if one does go by the words of the Queen James Bible that David was gay as the moth of may. How about the fact that "if you wanted to go by the book then it would still be a lie in terms of trying to trace the descent through "male lineage" when this was not the "historical case in terms of civilizations prior to the supposed Prophet Muhammad? How about the fact that there can be no line of any of them because there was no Abraham to give birth to a supposed Issac or Ishmael from who these others fakers supposedly came from? How about the fact "if one wanted to go by the Queen James Bible or the story of Adam and Eve, then research into the first book of the Bible which was actually the last of the five written will reveal that "Eve was not Adams First wife", Lilith was...and more interesting is why she supposedly left his punk @ss. How about the fact that "we as African/Black people shouldn't even have any interest in the story of other people, their so called prophets and the fact that it is "Our Story that has been stolen, co-opted, changed, adulterated and then given back to us for our seasoning mentally. How about the fact that I have yet to see a list of "OUR PROPHETS" prior to any Bible...as if I'm volunteering them to you, cause I'm not. Why not? Cause I like it when I force people to think and do research concerning our people. It sort of reveals that the "US, WE, and OUR is at least internalizing in them....which is a good thing. My not giving it stimulates, motivates and causes a curiosity that I see as a good thing.

    Now lets say the Jesus story was true...why was Mary out whoring with her cousin Elizabeth who by the way got pregnant about the same time Mary did? Since she was 13 when she supposedly had Jesus, Yeshua/Joshua/Isa, this means her hot behind was 12 or early 13 when she was out whoring....unless we are saying that God is into "little kids" for those who insist that God is Jesus Daddy. If your daughter came home today and said "Mommy I was walking past the church and I suddenly got pregnant, every parent here would want her to take them back past the church and show them the very spot it happened. Furthermore, since no one in their sane mind would buy that story if their daughter came home and said something like that today...we become total idiots to think that the laws of nature were violated back then
     
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