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posted on Dec, 21 2011 @ 04:09 PM
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posted on Dec, 21 2011 @ 05:44 PM
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I wonder about that myself.
I know I say some mean things but it physically pains me to do so and I contemplate it for hours afterwards in fear for my own soul. I have to wonder when it seems people get some sort of enjoyment from being mean. I don't think that is right.
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posted on Dec, 21 2011 @ 05:45 PM
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Hi People,

Please can we keep to the Terms and Conditions of this site, which we all agreed to, when we joined up.

One of the main intents of the T&Cs is civility in our discussions.
Which - as I'm sure you're all well aware of - doesn't include personal jibes and so forth at one another.

By all means be passionate about your beliefs, points of view and discussions...but please lets not be poisonous.

Thanks people.

posted on Dec, 21 2011 @ 05:49 PM
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posted on Dec, 21 2011 @ 08:17 PM

Originally posted by KJV1611
reply to post by autowrench

1. First of all, explain how you made your HHO reactor...that just sounds to cool not to discuss.

HHO Reactor
(Read all the way through the thread, I have made a lot of improvements to it since the original design. The latest model is my own design)

2. What happened to your first wife?

First wife, got a divorce after one year of marriage. Second wife, lasted 29 years, she go too greedy, and was going out with too many men. I divorced her.

3. Who is this "Divine Father and Mother? Is that pagan Wicca stuff?

Our Divine Father and Mother is our God and our Goddess, the ones who created our Spirits and placed them into these corporal carbon based human bodies.

4. The reason I said you were in an self created Hell is because you are always trying to disprove Christian theology.....which means you either fear it, or hate it. Either way, you are bothered by God. Which means you live with this fear. Care to explain why?

Christianity was simply made up, much like Islam, to instil fear in people, and keep them under control, and keep them fighting and killing each other. The Hell you speak of originated with Gehenna, or Sheol and Hell - A Tool of Oppression, was invented, as a tool of fear. It works quite well, too, for the ignorant and those in need of something to cling to. Christians are always attempting to "Convert" anyone they can, I suppose because of this inbred fear, the more the merrier, I suppose. Conversion is simply a nice word for brainwashing, friend. By inducing guilt and acute apprehension and by increasing the tension, the sinners break down and submit, too afraid to do anything else. Once a preacher, cult leader, manipulator or authority figure creates the brain phrase to wipe the brain-slate clean, his subjects are open to new programming. New input material, in the form of suggestions, can be substituted for their previous ideas, and will eventually take the place of even basic logic. Now another of you recently told me to "pray to the Lord." Lets us define the word "Lord." Pay close attention to the bold text words.
1. a person who has authority, control, or power over others; a master, chief, or ruler.
2. a person who exercises authority from property rights; an owner of land, houses, etc.
3. a person who is a leader or has great influence in a chosen profession: the great lords of banking.
4. a feudal superior; the proprietor of a manor.
5. a titled nobleman or peer; a person whose ordinary appellation contains by courtesy the title Lord or some higher title.
So, you see, a "Lord" is a "person." A "Lord" Lords over his Slaves.
Now, my position is this. I am not a human being, per se, I am first and foremost a Divine Spirit, who happens to reside within a human body at this time. This is not a permanent situation. I have no Lord, and no Master, and I am a Sovereign Spirit, that means equal to any other Spirit, notwithstanding. I bow to no man, no so called deity, and no Spirit posing as a God. It took me a very long time to get here, and here I shall stay. This is why I feel so sorry for those who supplicate themselves to an unknown and untested persona in the hopes of a ticket to a heaven described in a book whose authors are unknown and un-authenticated.

The Afterlife, that which you define as one of two places, is not what you think, or have been taught it is. How do I know? I have visited there, and have spoken to several relatives and friends who have went before. It is the 4th dimension of time and space. It is much like the Nexus in Star Trek "Generations." A non-linear, 4th dimensional, temporal continuum - in which reality appears to reshape itself in fulfillment of a person's innermost wishes, and in it whatever one thinks of, becomes reality, in an instant. Think of a Coke, one will appear in your hand, ready to drink. I was shown this very clearly by someone you probably would not even believe existed.

I have been able to see the dead for as long as I can remember. My mother, bless her heart, tried to convince me they were demons, but I knew better. She also had other names for me too, names like anti-christ, demon spawn, and satan's child. I was severely abused as a child with this drivel, that is one reason I spent 8 years of my life researching Christianity and every other religion, the Bible, Koran, Talmud, and every other religious text or writing I could get my hands on. Do this, and research the root words and compare everything, and one comes to where I am. (check U2s)

posted on Dec, 21 2011 @ 08:44 PM
reply to post by jmdewey60

I will rephrase my question so as not to "offend" you so you can leave the mods out of this:

Why do you think being "mean" is wrong? Since when do we have to be pansies if you are a Christian? I look forward to your reply, as my next post will show over 5 examples in the Holy Bible where Jesus Christ Himself was "mean".

posted on Dec, 21 2011 @ 08:57 PM
reply to post by autowrench

Alright, I see your point of view now. Thanks for explaining it and I read your post twice just to make sure I got your position. I agree with you on a lot of what you said as well.

The sovereign spirit thing made great sense....but did you ever think about who gave you that spirit? Surely there is a Lord of all spirits, someone who created them all, right? I guess that would be the divine couple for you, whereas it is the Holy Father of the Bible for me.

==You know where you learned about your Divine mother and father? It was no doubt from a book and personal experiences.
==You know where I learned about my Holy Father? It was from a Book, as well as a personal relationship and experiences (the new birth). How then are we that different? The afterlife will prove who is right in the end, as I doubt either of us can prove otherwise.

As for Hell, I have researched it quite well, and it is not the grave or sheol. They are different words...spelled differently. They are not the same and Jesus Christ explained what Hell was perfectly in Luke 16. Now that is good enough for me. Who am I to say Jesus didn't know what He was talking about? I am not that arrogant....or brave. (many bible scholars however, are...the fools)

I'll look into the HHO, I plan on doing something similar.

P.s. sucks about your previous wife's....I would have divorced her too.

posted on Dec, 21 2011 @ 09:39 PM
reply to post by KJV1611

I admitted to being mean myself but being mean as a form of entertainment shows a character flaw, to me.
What I was referring to was what looked like racial slurs and a hateful sounding reference to his religion.
Now I say things about anti-christ but that is a rather narrowly defined term as I use it and it has to do with substituting a fake religion in place of Christianity. This is something engaged in, by definition, by people using the label, Christian, to identify themselves and would not be, for example, something practiced by Muslims. Now there could have been such people in the past who engaged in a rather sever form of making converts but that is not something I am active in trying to suppress or expose as something I devote my time and energy to. There are bigger threats, for example, the US who has thousands of nuclear weapons and another so-called country in the Middle East who seem to be armed with every weapon they could possibly want, and that particular "country" is not a Islamic state.

posted on Dec, 21 2011 @ 09:54 PM

Originally posted by KJV1611
reply to post by jmdewey60

I will rephrase my question so as not to "offend" you so you can leave the mods out of this:

Why do you think being "mean" is wrong? Since when do we have to be pansies if you are a Christian? I look forward to your reply, as my next post will show over 5 examples in the Holy Bible where Jesus Christ Himself was "mean".

Friend, the Mods are not me, they do what they do for the sake of keeping this site as free and open as it is. It was not my post that was deleted, after all. I don't really know what you mean by that? Was it that I said to be a Devout Christian means one is weak, and needs something bigger than they are? Well, friend, if the shoe fits.

I can show you many things, like that the Biblical God Yahweh is in fact a Dragon, and that Jesus lied through his teeth on several occasions, one in particular when he said, "ask anything in my name and I will do it, even move a mountain." (not exact words, but you get my meaning. How many times has Christians asked, in Jesus name, for things that never came to pass? If you wish to debate this, be forewarned, and read some of my other posts first. I am very well versed on the KJV Bible, and biblical history.
Here is one example of things found in the KJV Bible:

Ever heard of the Leviathan?

Here is a description of the Leviathan:

"Out of his [Leviathan] nostrils goeth smoke, as out of a seething pot or caldron.21 His breath kindleth coals, and a flame goeth out of his mouth." (Job 41:20)

And here is description of Yahweh, the God of the Old Testament:

"There went up a smoke out of his [Yahweh] nostrils, and fire out of his mouth devoured: coals were kindled by it." (Psalm 18:8, 2 Samuel 22:9)

"Leviathan the piercing serpent, even leviathan that crooked serpent; the dragon that is in the sea." (Isaiah 27:1)

"And the great dragon was cast out, that old serpent, called the Devil, and Satan, which deceiveth the whole world [through Christianity]: he was cast out into the earth, and his angels were cast out with him." (Revelation 12:9)

This is taken directly from the King James Bible, I take it you have read it? does this mean anything to you? Here is your Satan, the God of the Bible OT, and the Dragon often talked about in the same book. Further evidence:

The only graven image/idol Yahweh ever permits is that of a "fiery flying serpent", obviously his personal image, This image has supernatural powers, and Yahweh allows it to be freely worshipped in Solomon's temple. As soon as the idol is broken, disaster befalls Israel.

He is specifically described spewing fire from his mouth and smoke from his nostrils, exactly like the dragon like Leviathan that the Bible states he "plays" with.

Some Christian Gnostics also state Yahweh is a Dragon in their scriptures.

As for Jesus, let's face it, he was a man, he bled, and he died. Not at the cross, now, but years later. His remains have been found, back in 1980,
a Discovery Channel Film of the find can be watched here:

Jesus can be taken two ways. Either he was a GOD who became a man, something I dispute, in which case we would be forced to worship him, or he was a Man who became a God, something I wholeheartedly agree with, in which case we must follow him, and become Gods and Goddesses ourselves. As I said, I would be happy to debate you, but please look at the others who tried to convert me into their cult
first. Cheers, Auto

posted on Dec, 21 2011 @ 10:00 PM
reply to post by KJV1611

Thank you for your candor. I would be happy to tell you how I found out about the Divine Father and Mother. I looked deep inside myself, and they were there, waiting for me to find them. As for books, I am an avid reader, I have over 10,000 books under my belt. I am the only one who can check out as many books as I want at out local library, I am reading three books right now. My Spirit is them, that they are my Spirit, and yours, and everyone's. Earth is a school for spirits, so that we can become as Gods and Goddesses and go forth and create on our own. I have walked the Ether many times, and astral travelled to a great many places not of this world.

posted on Dec, 21 2011 @ 11:07 PM

Originally posted by HunkaHunka
reply to post by KJV1611

Why do races of men not from the tribe of the Hebrews place importance on them? Wouldn't it be like a modern descendant of the Hebrews to follow a religion from the Cherokee tribe?

Those laws are a starting point to learning more about God. God never said he couldn't or wouldn't be anyone else's God other than the Israelites. Pre-flood Enoch the sethite believed in him and walked with him and he wasn't hebrew, Ibrim (Abram/Abraham) wasn't an Israelite and he chose to believe in and serve Yah. It's not what tribe or peoples you came from its about believing in him. There are cases throughout the entire bible where God showed mercy and spared and considered righteous people that were not from the people he chose to spread his message.

When the jews rejected the messiah he gave the task of spreading his word to the christian gentile peoples until he is done taking for himself a people from the gentile nations and upon that moment he shall turn again to the Israelites and finish their story. Despite what many think, not all Israelites are jews. Being a "jew" came from Judaism which originated from the tribe of Judah (Yahuda) back in those days being jewish was a religious thing, whereas nowadays its used to refer to that particular ethnicity.

posted on Dec, 21 2011 @ 11:08 PM

Originally posted by KJV1611
reply to post by jmdewey60

I will rephrase my question so as not to "offend" you so you can leave the mods out of this:

Why do you think being "mean" is wrong? Since when do we have to be pansies if you are a Christian? I look forward to your reply, as my next post will show over 5 examples in the Holy Bible where Jesus Christ Himself was "mean".

That guy is no christian, he is a wolf in sheeps clothing.

posted on Dec, 21 2011 @ 11:30 PM
reply to post by lonewolf19792000

That guy is no christian, he is a wolf in sheeps clothing.
Because I don't think it is my duty to kill Muslims?
You seem to believe that Jesus is going to hand you a sword to go out and hunt down and slay those who God hates. That would be your definition of a christian and I admit to not being of that persuasion.

posted on Dec, 22 2011 @ 07:34 AM
1. Who incited David to count the fighting men of Israel?

• God did (2 Samuel 24: 1)
• Satan did (I Chronicles 2 1:1)

2. In that count how many fighting men were found in Israel?

• Eight hundred thousand (2 Samuel 24:9)
• One million, one hundred thousand (I Chronicles 21:5)

3. How many fighting men were found in Judah?

• Five hundred thousand (2 Samuel 24:9)
• Four hundred and seventy thousand (I Chronicles 21:5)

4. God sent his prophet to threaten David with how many years of famine?

• Seven (2 Samuel 24:13)
• Three (I Chronicles 21:12)

5. How old was Ahaziah when he began to rule over Jerusalem?

• Twenty-two (2 Kings 8:26)
• Forty-two (2 Chronicles 22:2)

6. How old was Jehoiachin when he became king of Jerusalem?

• Eighteen (2 Kings 24:8)
• Eight (2 Chronicles 36:9)

7. How long did he rule over Jerusalem?

• Three months (2 Kings 24:8)
• Three months and ten days (2 Chronicles 36:9)

8. The chief of the mighty men of David lifted up his spear and killed how many men at one time?

• Eight hundred (2 Samuel 23:8)
• Three hundred (I Chronicles 11: 11)

9. When did David bring the Ark of the Covenant to Jerusalem? Before defeating the Philistines or after?

• After (2 Samuel 5 and 6)
• Before (I Chronicles 13 and 14)

10. How many pairs of clean animals did God tell Noah to take into the Ark?

• Two (Genesis 6:19, 20)
• Seven (Genesis 7:2). But despite this last instruction only two pairs went into the ark (Genesis 7:8-9)

11. When David defeated the King of Zobah, how many horsemen did he capture?

• One thousand and seven hundred (2 Samuel 8:4)
• Seven thousand (I Chronicles 18:4)

12. How many stalls for horses did Solomon have?

• Forty thousand (I Kings 4:26)
• Four thousand (2 chronicles 9:25)

13. In what year of King Asa's reign did Baasha, King of Israel die?

• Twenty-sixth year (I Kings 15:33 - 16:8)
• Still alive in the thirty-sixth year (2 Chronicles 16:1)

14. How many overseers did Solomon appoint for the work of building the temple?

• Three thousand six hundred (2 Chronicles 2:2)
• Three thousand three hundred (I Kings 5:16)

15. Solomon built a facility containing how many baths?

• Two thousand (1 Kings 7:26)
• Over three thousand (2 Chronicles 4:5)

16. Of the Israelites who were freed from the Babylonian captivity, how many were the children of Pahrath-Moab?

• Two thousand eight hundred and twelve (Ezra 2:6)
• Two thousand eight hundred and eighteen (Nehemiah 7:11)

17. How many were the children of Zattu?

• Nine hundred and forty-five (Ezra 2:8)
• Eight hundred and forty-five (Nehemiah 7:13)

18. How many were the children of Azgad?

• One thousand two hundred and twenty-two (Ezra 2:12)
• Two thousand three hundred and twenty-two (Nehemiah 7:17)

19. How many were the children of Adin?

• Four hundred and fifty-four (Ezra 2:15)
• Six hundred and fifty-five (Nehemiah 7:20)

20. How many were the children of Hashum?

• Two hundred and twenty-three (Ezra 2:19)
• Three hundred and twenty-eight (Nehemiah 7:22)

21. How many were the children of Bethel and Ai?

• Two hundred and twenty-three (Ezra 2:28)
• One hundred and twenty-three (Nehemiah 7:32)

22. Ezra 2:64 and Nehemiah 7:66 agree that the total number of the whole assembly was 42,360. Yet the numbers do not add up to anything close. The totals obtained from each book is as follows:

• 29,818 (Ezra)
• 31,089 (Nehemiah)

23. How many singers accompanied the assembly?

• Two hundred (Ezra 2:65)
• Two hundred and forty-five (Nehemiah 7:67)

24. What was the name of King Abijah’s mother?

• Michaiah, daughter of Uriel of Gibeah (2 Chronicles 13:2)
• Maachah, daughter of Absalom (2 Chronicles 11:20) But Absalom had only one daughter whose name was Tamar (2 Samuel 14:27)

25. Did Joshua and the Israelites capture Jerusalem?

• Yes (Joshua 10:23, 40)
• No (Joshua 15:63)

26. Who was the father of Joseph, husband of Mary?

• Jacob (Matthew 1:16)
• Hell (Luke 3:23)

27. Jesus descended from which son of David?

• Solomon (Matthew 1:6)
• Nathan(Luke3:31)

28. Who was the father of Shealtiel?

• Jechoniah (Matthew 1:12)
• Neri’ (Luke 3:27)

29. Which son of Zerubbabel was an ancestor of Jesus Christ?

• Abiud (Matthew 1: 13)
• Rhesa (Luke 3:27) But the seven sons of Zerubbabel are as follows: i.Meshullam, ii. Hananiah, iii. Hashubah, iv. Ohel, v.Berechiah, vi. Hasadiah, viii. Jushabhesed (I Chronicles 3:19, 20). The names Abiud and Rhesa do not fit in anyway.

30. Who was the father of Uzziah?

• Joram (Matthew 1:8)
• Amaziah (2 Chronicles 26:1)

31. Who was the father of Jechoniah?

• Josiah (Matthew 1:11)
• Jeholakim (I Chronicles 3:16)

posted on Dec, 22 2011 @ 07:34 AM
32. How many generations were there from the Babylonian exile until Christ?

• Matthew says fourteen (Matthew 1:17)
• But a careful count of the generations reveals only thirteen (see Matthew 1: 12-16)

33. Who was the father of Shelah?

• Cainan (Luke 3:35-36)
• Arphaxad (Genesis II: 12)

34. Was John the Baptist Elijah who was to come?

• Yes (Matthew II: 14, 17:10-13)
• No (John 1:19-21)

35. Would Jesus inherit David’s throne?

• Yes. So said the angel (Luke 1:32)
• No, since he is a descendant of Jehoiakim (see Matthew 1: I 1, I Chronicles 3:16). And Jehoiakim was cursed by God so that none of his descendants can sit upon David’s throne (Jeremiah 36:30)

36. Jesus rode into Jerusalem on how many animals?

• One - a colt (Mark 11:7; cf Luke 19:3 5). “And they brought the colt to Jesus and threw their garments on it; and he sat upon it.”
• Two - a colt and an ass (Matthew 21:7). “They brought the ass and the colt and put their garments on them and he sat thereon.”

37. How did Simon Peter find out that Jesus was the Christ?

• By a revelation from heaven (Matthew 16:17)
• His brother Andrew told him (John 1:41)

38. Where did Jesus first meet Simon Peter and Andrew?

• By the sea of Galilee (Matthew 4:18-22)
• On the banks of river Jordan (John 1:42). After that, Jesus decided to go to Galilee (John 1:43)

39. When Jesus met Jairus was Jairus’ daughter already dead?

• Yes. Matthew 9:18 quotes him as saying, “My daughter has just died.”
• No. Mark 5:23 quotes him as saying, “My little daughter is at the point of death.”

40. Did Jesus allow his disciples to keep a staff on their journey?

• Yes (Mark 6:8)
• No (Matthew 10:9; Luke 9:3)

41. Did Herod think that Jesus was John the Baptist?

• Yes (Matthew 14:2; Mark 6:16)
• No (Luke 9:9)

42. Did John the Baptist recognize Jesus before his baptism?

• Yes (Matthew 3:13-14)
• No (John 1:32,33)

43. Did John the Baptist recognize Jesus after his baptism?

• Yes (John 1:32, 33)
• No (Matthew 11:2)

44. According to the Gospel of John, what did Jesus say about bearing his own witness?

• “If I bear witness to myself, my testimony is not true” (John 5:3 1)
• “Even if I do bear witness to myself, my testimony is true” (John 8:14)

45. When Jesus entered Jerusalem did he cleanse the temple that same day?

• Yes (Matthew 21:12)
• No. He went into the temple and looked around, but since it was very late he did nothing. Instead, he went to Bethany to spend the night and returned the next morning to cleanse the temple (Mark I 1:1- 17)

46. The Gospels say that Jesus cursed a fig tree. Did the tree wither at once?

• Yes. (Matthew 21:19)
• No. It withered overnight (Mark II: 20)

47. Did Judas kiss Jesus?

• Yes (Matthew 26:48-50)
• No. Judas could not get close enough to Jesus to kiss him (John 18:3-12)

48. What did Jesus say about Peter’s denial?

• “The cock will not crow till you have denied me three times” (John 13:38)
• “Before the cock crows twice you will deny me three times” (Mark 14:30) . When the cock crowed once, the three denials were not yet complete (see Mark 14:72). Therefore prediction (a) failed.

49. Did Jesus bear his own cross?

• Yes (John 19:17)
• No (Matthew 27:31-32)

50. Did Jesus die before the curtain of the temple was torn?

• Yes (Matthew 27:50-51; Mark lS:37-38)
• No. After the curtain was torn, then Jesus crying with a loud voice, said, “Father, into thy hands I commit my spirit!” And having said this he breathed his last (Luke 23:45-46)

51. Did Jesus say anything secretly?

• No. “I have said nothing secretly” (John 18:20)
• Yes. “He did not speak to them without a parable, but privately to his own disciples he explained everything” (Mark 4:34). The disciples asked him “Why do you speak to them in parables?” He said, “To you it has been given to know the secrets of the kingdom of heaven, but to them it has not been given” (Matthew 13: 1 0-11)

52. Where was Jesus at the sixth hour on the day of the crucifixion?

• On the cross (Mark 15:23)
• In Pilate’s court (John 19:14)

53. The gospels say that two thieves were crucified along with Jesus. Did both thieves mock Jesus?

• Yes (Mark 15:32)
• No. One of them mocked Jesus, the other defended Jesus (Luke 23:43)

54. Did Jesus ascend to Paradise the same day of the crucifixion?

• Yes. He said to the thief who defended him, “Today you will be with me in Paradise” (Luke 23:43)
• No. He said to Mary Magdelene two days later, “I have not yet ascended to the Father” (John 20:17)

55. When Paul was on the road to Damascus he saw a light and heard a voice. Did those who were with him hear the voice?

• Yes (Acts9:7)
• No (Acts22:9)

56. When Paul saw the light he fell to the ground. Did his traveling companions also fall to the ground?

• Yes (Acts 26:14)
• No (Acts 9:7)

posted on Dec, 22 2011 @ 07:34 AM
57. Did the voice spell out on the spot what Paul’s duties were to be?

• Yes (Acts 26:16-18)
• No. The voice commanded Paul to go into the city of Damascus and there he will be told what he must do. (Acts9:7;22: 10)

58. When the Israelites dwelt in #tin they committed adultery with the daughters of Moab. God struck them with a plague. How many people died in that plague?

• Twenty-four thousand (Numbers 25:1 and 9)
• Twenty-three thousand (I Corinthians 10:8)

59. How many members of the house of Jacob came to Egypt?

• Seventy souls (Genesis 4 & 27)
• Seventy-five souls (Acts 7:14)

60. What did Judas do with the blood money he received for betraying Jesus?

• He bought a field (Acts 1: 18)
• He threw all of it into the temple and went away. The priests could not put the blood money into the temple treasury, so they used it to buy a field to bury strangers (Matthew 27:5)

61. How did Judas die?

• After he threw the money into the temple he went away and hanged himself (Matthew 27:5)
• After he bought the field with the price of his evil deed he fell headlong and burst open in the middle and all his bowels gushed out (Acts 1:18)

62. Why is the field called “Field of Blood”?

• Because the priests bought it with the blood money (Matthew 27:8)
• Because of the bloody death of Judas therein (Acts 1:19)

63. Who is a ransom for whom?

• “The Son of Man give his life as a ransom for many” (Mark 10:45). “Christ Jesus who gave himself as a ransom for all... “(I Timothy 2:5-6)
• “The wicked is a ransom for the righteous, and the faithless for the upright” (Proverbs 21:18)

64. Is the law of Moses useful?

• Yes. “All scripture is... profitable...” (2 Timothy 3:16)
• No. “. . . A former commandment is set aside because of its weakness and uselessness... “(Hebrews 7:18)

65. What was the exact wording on the cross?

• “This is Jesus the King of the Jews” (Matthew 27:37)
• “The King of the Jews” (Mark 15:26)
• “This is the King of the Jews” (Luke 23:38)
• “Jesus of Nazareth, the King of the Jews” (John 19:19)

66. Did Herod want to kill John the Baptist?

• Yes (Matthew 14:5)
• No. It was Herodias, the wife of Herod who wanted to kill him. But Herod knew that he was a righteous man and kept him safe (Mark 6:20)

67. Who was the tenth disciple of Jesus in the list of twelve?

• Thaddaeus (Matthew 10: 1-4; Mark 3:13 -19)
• Judas son of James is the corresponding name in Luke’s gospel (Luke 6:12-16)

68. Jesus saw a man sitat the tax collector’s office and called him to be his disciple. What was his name?

• Matthew (Matthew 9:9)
• Levi (Mark 2:14; Luke 5:27)

69. Was Jesus crucified on the daytime before the Passover meal or the daytime after?

• After (Mark 14:12-17)
• Before. Before the feast of the Passover (John 1) Judas went out at night (John 13:30). The other disciples thought he was going out to buy supplies to prepare for the Passover meal (John 13:29). When Jesus was arrested, the Jews did not enter Pilate’s judgment hail because they wanted to stay clean to eat the Passover (John 18:28). When the judgment was pronounced against Jesus, it was about the sixth hour on the day of Preparation for the Passover (John 19:14)

70. Did Jesus pray to The Father to prevent the crucifixion?

• Yes. (Matthew 26:39; Mark 14:36; Luke 22:42)
• No. (John 12:27)

71. In the gospels which say that Jesus prayed to avoid the cross, how many times did ‘he move away from his disciples to pray?

• Three (Matthew 26:36-46 and Mark 14:32-42)
• One. No opening is left for another two times. (Luke 22:39-46)

72. Matthew and Mark agree that Jesus went away and prayed three times. What were the words of the second prayer?

• Mark does not give the words but he says that the words were the same as the first prayer (Mark 14:3 9)
• Matthew gives us the words, and we can see that they are not the same as in the first (Matthew 26:42)

73. What did the centurion say when Jesus dies?

• “Certainly this man was innocent” (Luke 23:47)
• “Truly this man was the Son of God” (Mark 15:39)

74. When Jesus said “My God, my God, why hast thou forsaken Me ? ” in what language did he speak?

• Hebrew: the words are “Eloi, Eloi …..“(Matthew 27:46)
• Aramaic: the words are “Eloi, Eloi ….. “(Mark 15:34)

75. According to the gospels, what were the last words of Jesus before he died?

• “Father, into thy hands I commit my spirit!” (Luke 23:46)
• "It is finished" (John 19:30)

76. When Jesus entered Capernaum he healed the slave of a centurion. Did the centurion come personally to request Jesus for this?

• Yes (Matthew 8:5)
• No. He sent some elders of the Jews and his friends (Luke 7:3,6)

posted on Dec, 22 2011 @ 07:35 AM
77. What was Adam told would happen?

• Adam was told that if and when he eats the forbidden fruit he would die the same day (Genesis 2:17)
• Adam ate the fruit and went on to live to a ripe old age of 930 years (Genesis 5:5)

78. What is the life-span of humans?

• God decided that the life-span of humans will be limited to 120 years (Genesis 6:3)
• Many people born after that lived longer than 120. Arpachshad lived 438 years. His son Shelah lived 433 years. His son Eber lived 464 years, etc. (Genesis 11:12-16)

79. Apart from Jesus did anyone else ascend to heaven?

• No (John 3:13)
• Yes. “And Elijah went up by a whirlwind into heaven” (2 Kings 2:11)

80. Who was high priest when David went into the house of God and ate the consecrated bread?

• Abiathar (Mark 2:26)
• Ahimelech, the father of Abiathar (I Samuel 1:1; 22:20)

81. Was Jesus’ body wrapped in spices before burial in accordance with Jewish burial customs?

• Yes and his female disciples witnessed his burial (John 19:39-40)
• No. Jesus was simply wrapped in a linen shroud. Then the women bought and prepared spices “so that they may go and anoint him [Jesus)” (Mark 16: 1)

82. When did the women buy the spices?

• After “the Sabbath was past” (Mark 16:1)
• Before the Sabbath. The women “prepared spices and ointments.” Then, “on the Sabbath they rested according to the commandment” (Luke 23:55 to 24:1)

83. At what time of day did the women visit the tomb?

• “Toward the dawn” (Matthew 28: 1)
• “When the sun had risen” (Mark 16:2)

84. What was the purpose for which the women went to the tomb?

• To anoint Jesus’ body with spices (Mark 16: 1; Luke 23:55 to 24: 1)
• To see the tomb. Nothing about spices here (Matthew 28: 1)
For no specified reason. In this gospel the wrapping with spices had been done before the Sabbath (John 20: 1)

85. A large stone was placed at the entrance of the tomb. Where was the stone when the women arrived?

• They saw that the stone was “Rolled back” (Mark 16:4) They found the stone “rolled away from the tomb” (Luke 24:2) They saw that “the stone had been taken away from the tomb” (John 20:1)
• As the women approached, an angel descended from heaven, rolled away the stone, and conversed with the women. Matthew made the women witness the spectacular rolling away of the stone (Matthew 28:1-6)

86. Did anyone tell the women what happened to Jesus’ body?

• Yes. “A young man in a white robe” (Mark 16:5). “Two men ... in dazzling apparel” later described as angels (Luke 24:4 and 24:23). An angel - the one who rolled back the stone (Matthew 16:2). In each case the women were told that Jesus had risen from the dead (Matthew 28:7; Mark 16:6; Luke 24:5 footnote)
• No. Mary met no one and returned saying, “They have taken the Lord out of the tomb, and we do not know where they have laid him” (John 20:2)

87. When did Mary Magdelene first meet the resurrected Jesus? And how did she react?

• Mary and the other women met Jesus on their way back from their first and only visit to the tomb. They took hold of his feet and worshipped him (Matthew 28:9)
• On her second visit to the tomb Mary met Jesus just outside the tomb. When she saw Jesus she did not recognize him. She mistook him for the gardener. She still thinks that Jesus’ body is laid to rest somewhere and she demands to know where. But when Jesus said her name she at once recognized him and called him “Teacher.” Jesus said to her, “Do not hold me...” (John 20:11 to 17)

88. What was Jesus’ instruction for his disciples?

• “Tell my brethren to go to Galilee, and there they will see me” (Matthew 2 8: 10)
• “Go to my brethren and say to them, I am ascending to my Father and your Father, to my God and your God” (John 20:17)

89. When did the disciples return to Galilee?

• Immediately, because when they saw Jesus in Galilee “some doubted” (Matthew 28:17). This period of uncertainty should not persist
• After at least 40 days. That evening the disciples were still in Jerusalem (Luke 24:3 3). Jesus appeared to them there and told them, stay in the city until you are clothed with power from on high” (Luke 24:49). He was appearing to them “during forty days” (Acts 1:3), and “charged them not to depart from Jerusalem, but to wait for the promise ... “(Acts 1:4)

90. To whom did the Midianites sell Joseph?

• “To the Ishmaelites” (Genesis 37:28)
• “To Potiphar, an officer of Pharaoh” (Genesis 37:36)

91. Who brought Joseph to Egypt?

• The Ishmaelites bought Joseph and then “took Joseph to Egypt” (Genesis 37:28)
• “The Midianites had sold him in Egypt” (Genesis 37:36)
Joseph said to his brothers “I am your brother, Joseph, whom you sold into Egypt” (Genesis 45:4)

posted on Dec, 22 2011 @ 07:35 AM
92. Does God change his mind?

• Yes. “The word of the Lord came to Samuel: “I repent that I have made Saul King...” (I Samuel 15:10 to 11)
• No. God “will not lie or repent; for he is not a man, that he should repent” (I Samuel 15:29)
• Yes. “And the Lord repented that he had made Saul King over Israel” (I Samuel 15:35). Notice that the above three quotes are all from the same chapter of the same book! In addition, the Bible shows that God repented on several other occasions:

i. “The Lord was sorry that he made man” (Genesis 6:6)

“I am sorry that I have made them” (Genesis 6:7)

ii. “And the Lord repented of the evil which he thought to do to his people” (Exodus 32:14).

iii. (Lots of other such references).

93. The Bible says that for each miracle Moses and Aaron demonstrated the magicians did the same by their secret arts. Then comes the following feat:

• Moses and Aaron converted all the available water into blood (Exodus 7:20-21)
• The magicians did the same (Exodus 7:22). This is impossible, since there would have been no water left to convert into blood.

94. Who killed Goliath?

• David (I Samuel 17:23, 50)
• Elhanan (2 Samuel 21:19)

95. Who killed Saul?

• “Saul took his own sword and fell upon it.... Thus Saul died... (I Samuel 31:4-6)
• An Amalekite slew him (2 Samuel 1:1- 16)

96. Does every man sin?

• Yes. “There is no man who does not sin” (I Kings 8:46; see also 2 Chronicles 6:36; Proverbs 20:9; Ecclesiastes 7:20; and I John 1:810)
• No. True Christians cannot possibly sin, because they are the children of God. “Every one who believes that Jesus is the Christ is a child of God.. (I John 5:1). “We should be called children of God; and so we are” (I John 3: 1). “He who loves is born of God” (I John 4:7). “No one born of God commits sin; for God’s nature abides in him, and he cannot sin because he is born of God” (I John 3:9). But, then again, Yes! “If we say we have no sin we deceive ourselves, and the truth is not in us” (I John 1:8)

97. Who will bear whose burden?

• “Bear one another’s burdens, and so fulfill the law of Christ” (Galatians 6:2)
• “Each man will have to bear his own load” (Galatians 6:5)

98. How many disciples did Jesus appear to after his resurrection?

• Twelve (I Corinthians 15:5)
• Eleven (Matthew 27:3-5 and Acts 1:9-26, see also Matthew 28:16; Mark 16:14 footnote; Luke 24:9; Luke 24:3 3)

99. Where was Jesus three days after his baptism?

• After his baptism, “the spirit immediately drove him out into the wilderness. And he was in the wilderness forty days ... (Mark 1:12-13)
• Next day after the baptism, Jesus selected two disciples. Second day: Jesus went to Galilee - two more disciples. Third day: Jesus was at a wedding feast in Cana in Galilee (see John 1:35; 1:43; 2:1-11)

100. Was baby Jesus’ life threatened in Jerusalem?

• Yes, so Joseph fled with him to Egypt and stayed there until Herod died (Matthew 2:13 23)
• No. The family fled nowhere. They calmly presented the child at the Jerusalem temple according to the Jewish customs and returned to Galilee (Luke 2:21-40)

101. When Jesus walked on water how did the disciples respond?

• They worshipped him, saying, “Truly you are the Son of God” (Matthew 14:33)
• “They were utterly astounded, for they did not understand about the loaves, but their hearts were hardened” (Mark 6:51-52)

- Complete list compiled by Dr. Shabir Ally.

posted on Dec, 22 2011 @ 08:06 AM

posted on Dec, 22 2011 @ 08:09 AM
reply to post by 547000

But hey, dont you believe that the Koran is not divine in origin?
So why should it even bother you?

Explain the contradictions in the bible first.

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