Black Spirituality Religion : Biblical Discrepancies...

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  1. Aqil

    Aqil Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    The basis of so many discrepancies in the Bible is the fact that of the 47 men appointed by King James I of England to translate the Bible (ca. 1611), only 3 understood Hebrew...and 2 of these died before the Psalms were translated...(This information can be found in the Royal Masonic Encyclopedia.) The following are some Biblical discrepancies worth pondering:

    Although everything in the Bible is truly stated, everything in the Bible is not a statement of truth. A case in point: The disciple Peter denied ever knowing Jesus three times. This is truly stated in the Bible. But were Peter’s three denials actual statements of truth? No, because he knew Jesus very well...

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    There are actual forgeries in the Bible. The last 12 verses of the Book of Mark (16:9-20) were not contained in the original Greek manuscripts, neither were the verses in St. John 7:53 and 8:1-11. I John 5:7 is also a forgery, in addition to the words “blessed art thou among women” in Luke 1:28. The Greek manuscripts were translated into English circa 1611, and these forgeries were inserted by the devious translators for a specific purpose...

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    The Dead Sea Scrolls, the most important discovery in many centuries, will completely change the traditional understanding of the Bible, because they will account for the 18 years (i.e., from age 12 to 30) missing in the life of Jesus, and offer new light on the period just preceding his birth...

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    The Jews, having no names for north, south, east or west, expressed the idea by words signifying before, behind, right and left, and very often confounded the terms exoterically, thus making the blinds in the Bible more confused and difficult to interpret. Add to this the fact that out of the 47 translators of King James' Bible, only 3 understood Hebrew, and of these 2 died before the Psalms were translated, one may easily understand what reliance can be placed on the English version of the Bible.
     
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    The Christian concept of the Trinity originated in Africa. In ancient Egyptian eschatology the original Trinity is: (1) birth, (2) life, and (3) death, the primary three-in-one. Birth is represented by the father, because there can be no birth without the father; life is represented by the Sun, because there can be no life without the Sun; and death frees the spirit entombed in the flesh, thereby enabling it to return to the Source from which it emanated. These and many other profound teachings were perverted through misinterpretation and mistransliteration, done mainly by the Jews, who developed their own version of the Trinity as we know it today: “The Father, the Son, and the Holy Ghost.”
     
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    Parts of the Book of Proverbs came from the ancient Egyptians of Africa. According to the eminent Egyptologist J.H. Breasted, The Wisdom of Amenemope - the written works of the great Egyptian Pharaoh who reigned during the time of Solomon - was translated into Hebrew, and an important part of it found its way into the Old Testament. Whole sections of Proverbs 22:17 and 23:11 are largely drawn verbatim from The Wisdom of Amenemope. The Hebrew version is practically a literal translation from the Egyptian...
     
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    According to David Icke (The Biggest Secret) "The True Authorship Of The New Testament" by Abelard Reuchlin, first print in the U.S. in 1979. It talked about an inner circle or inner ring, the most exclusive club in history, who knew the 'Great Secret'. In this circle were those religious, political and literary leaders, who knew the truth about Jesus, but did not want anyone else to know. What struck me was that this book came to the same conclusions that I had. The Gospels are an invention designed to manufacture a new prison-religion. The book doesn't get into all the symbolism I have documented here, but is does name the family and others who wrote the New Testament and the codes they used to 'sign' their authorship. One of these codes, interestingly, is the number 40 I highlighted earlier. Forty was also represented by the letter M, as in Mary. From Reuchlin's book: "The New Testament, the Church and Christianity, were all the creation of the Calpurnius Piso (pronounced Peso) family, who were Roman aristocrats. The New Testament and all the characters in it -- Jesus, all the Josephs, all the Marys, all the disciples, apostles, Paul, John the Baptist - all are fictional. The Pisos created the story and the characters; they tied the story to a specific time and place in history; and they connected it with some peripheral acutal people, such as the Herods, Gamaliel, the Roman procurators, etc. But Jesus and everyone involved with him were created (that is fictional!) characters."
     
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    Sanyika,

    Since you believe David Icke, a television reporter and journalist, [NOT EVEN A HISTORIAN] about things that happenned 2000 years ago.

    I was wondering if you also believe that the Earth was created by Alien Alligators? A reptile race.

    See because those are the true Gods of the world [Alien Alligators] and so to prove to you that those are the true Gods of the world, he felt the need to first disprove that Jesus was real.

    You can go to his website which will tell you all about the Alien Alligators.

    www.davi****e.com

    For every argument for Jesus there is someone crazy with a wacky counter argument.

    People would rather worship Alligators than worship God.
     
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    Icke also believes in reincarnation and karma, and that we have chosen whatever happens to us. He said he had a "vision" and he "felt" what Jesus felt on the cross. (It's odd that the only pain he felt was in the wrists and hands and feet.) He said that what really happened was that Jesus was given a drug (vinegar and gall) on the cross, and Joseph of Arimethea bribed here and there to take the body away (which was still alive), where it was nurtured back to health until Jesus was able to go appear to his disciples. This coincides with the book by Donovan Joyce, called The Jesus Scroll.
     
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    1: Why do the heathen rage, and the people imagine a vain thing?
    2: The kings of the earth set themselves, and the rulers take counsel together, against the LORD, and against his anointed, saying,
    3: Let us break their bands asunder, and cast away their cords from us.
    4: He that sitteth in the heavens shall laugh: the Lord shall have them in derision.


    The New Testaments is that vain thing. As long as they have a Messiah, they will be against the real one.
     
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    I See Someone Have Done Some ReSearching Oboyyyyyyyyy Good Work
     
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    The above verse (you inadvertently failed to mention its origin) is from the Book of Psalms, which was written by David. Here is the same verse, under the heading, "The Lord's Chosen King":

    "Why do the nations plot, and why do their people make useless plans? The kings of this Earth have all joined together to turn against the Lord and his chosen one. They say, 'Let's cut the ropes and set outselves free!' In Heaven the Lord laughs as he sits on his throne, making fun or the nations."

    (Psalms 2:1-4, the Contemporary English Version of the Holy Bible)

    You have proffered another falsehood, Music Producer...and you wonder why your farcical opinions have no validity here. The phrase, "vain things" is interpreted as "useless plans" or "grumble uselessly"...not the New Testament, as you foolishly claim. The New Testament came thousands of years after this verse was written. I reiterate:

    It is an easy thing to tell a lie, but it's difficult to support the lie after it is told.
     
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    Teach on
    Lets get down to the roots
     
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