posted on Apr, 25 2011 @ 11:12 AM
Interesting. The doctrine describing that Jesus was God was invented by Roman philosophers who were addressing conversion issues of the Romans who
were worshiping multiple god models. Flavius Valerius Constantinus felt the Trinitarian god-head philosophy of their own philosophers were more
suitable as a the state religion.
John 1:1 has been grossly misinterpreted as the article index in any Strong's Concordance will show. The Catholics were instructed to make those
changes by Constantine himself. The Latin Vulgate is the first translation in print that says "Jesus was God", when even modern day Greeks understand
that the scripture actually says, "Jesus was a god". Early Christians never considered that Jesus was God himself. Jesus didn't resurrect himself.
The Trinity doctrine is absurd and rooted in paganism.
The Didache harmonizes completely with the Bible, but it does not harmonize with mainstream Christian religion, because they all devised their
doctrines from Catholicism, the Council of Nicaea. The early Christians understood that Jesus was God's son, the Messiah -- you know, the one that
the Jewish Sanhedrin murdered.
Now the Zionists are killing a bunch of people, waiting for another Messiah to show up. Alternatively, the Book of Revelations describes the Messiah
returning with a sword in his hand with a legion of angles to completely destroy the rest of the kings of the earth in a war at the Valley of
Armageddon. The Jewish nation was already completely destroyed in 70 AD by none other than... the Romans, who gave modern day Christians their god
complex in the first place.
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