Alright here we go.
He states at the beginning, not even 2 minutes in..lol.. That christianity was wrong about the solar system. That is inaccurate, infact the bible
17 God set them in the expanse of the sky to give light on the earth, 18 to govern the day and the night, and to separate light from darkness. And God
saw that it was good. 19 And there was evening, and there was morning—the fourth day.
There is a clue as to what the earth is shaped like:
"And there was evening, and there was morning—the fourth day."
There was evening and there was morning. Say what? You don't see it? I will show you:
If the author wanted to convey a flat earth then why not just state:
"And there was evening and THEN there was morning. He makes an effort to show that when their is evening there is ALSO morning.
Of course this does not prove that the earth rotated around the sun or that the sun rotated around the earth. But, just because the Christians in
Gallileo's time believed that the earth was the one that sat still, we must remember that everyone thought that way..lol.. And just because it was
like that does not mean that the "truth" that the earth rotates around the sun was false and that in no way states the bible is wrong. Did I make
that clear? If not please feel free to ask..lol.. I hope I made it clear enough.
And then he stated this lie: Charles Manson as a christian..lol.. thats ridiculous manson broke every commandent how was he a christian? Same thing
with Pat. And that Dena one was inaccurate as well, she had or has a mental illness, she said God told her to do it so she wouldn't go to jail for
much longer and try to get a plea of mental health. A lot of criminals do this as well. And I'm not sure about the howling in the fires of hell,
I've never read the book, if their radicals it would not surprise me if they said that..lol... some of them are not all their.
And he's asking these people such a vague question, "Do you know how Christianity spread?" Thats like asking do you know what you were doing before
you were born?" I mean we weren't around then..lol..
But if we must know his apostles, helped to spread the word, but thats the only hint I am giving.
And that Paul works doesn't make sense. Because Paul was a committed Jew, he would have been in Jerusalem during the Passover as Jesus would have
been. Thus, there is a good possibility that both Jesus and Paul were in Jerusalem at the same time and that Paul even heard Jesus teach. So its very
possible Paul met him and even talked to him. Saying that their was no way he knew him is a lie and lack of research.
“He never quotes anything that Jesus is supposed to have said.”
All of his statements like this is are easily debunked. For instance: In 1 Cor 11:24, Paul writes of Jesus that:
“when He had given thanks, He broke it and said, “This is my body, which is for you; do this in remembrance of me.” Paul is obviously aware of
the Jesus tradition known by the Evangelists (Mark 14:22; Matt 26:26; Luke 22:19). As noted above, there are also a number of passages where Paul
shows he is familiar with the sayings of Jesus (1 Cor 7:10; 9:14; 11:1, 2, 20-25; 2 Cor 5:16). Paul is familiar with Pilate and John the Baptist in
his speech in Acts 13:25, 28.
Paul new Jesus was a human, because Paul probably met him. And alot of leaders do talk about the early days, its hard finding the ones that actually
know what they are talking about..lol..
I will do part 2 and 3 tomorrow.