posted on Jan, 12 2013 @ 09:20 PM
reply to post by Deetermined
Again...this is not the issue.
The issue is that to base responses upon a faulty base creates questions as to the verasity of the answers.
I do not doubt the intent of the New Testament but I do question the intent of the Old Testament. It describes a wrathful GOD. This makes no logical
sense to me.
The New Testament does not include the Gospels of Judas, Mary Magdalene and others. These various Gospels were not placed in the Bible because the
Church had determined that those Gospels were in conflict with the other base four. Mary and Judas' Gospels stated that Jesus preached that not only
was he the Son of GOD but we could ALL BE SON'S AND DAUGHTERS OF GOD if we followed his teachings.
This was vastly different from Mathew, Luke and John's Gospels which stated that Jesus preached that he was THE ACTUAL SON OF GOD.
So the fact that this very vital information being selectivly withheld from being in the New Testament would give anyone pause as to what is or is not