posted on Dec, 19 2013 @ 12:48 AM
I will make another post not to break up the integrity of the previous one.
You cannot possibly have ancient scrolls dating back 3000, 4000, may be 5000 years.... From all parts of the world...even written in stone to be
preserved well...speaking of ancient history and "gods" called it whatever on H-channel)...
And not to have preserved any early Christian texts from as short time as 1980 years ago or the years after the Ascensions of Jesus. That with the
belief Jesus is the Son of God! The earliest preserved pieces date back at least a century later.
So the people could preserve those pagan ones but not these ones that deal with the life of Lord Jesus. Strange! It is not strange if your perspective
takes the true position. Questioning in first place the so called "fathers" who screwed it up 180 degrees of what Jesus taught and made a state
imperial religion. If we blame Rome we have to blame Byzantium no less. Byzantium has one advantage that it doesn't exist today as empire. But it did
no less damage, mixing imperial power with religious command structure. Up until 1453.
Why was Alexandria library burnt by the "christian emperor" Theodosius? (Who ruled from Milan). Who slaughtered "christian" population in Thessaloniki
as well and then "repented"? Pardon me? Why wasn't he burnt instead of the innocent people? Massacres in Christian empires are not unusual. Burning of
people started since the time of Constantine. (I wonder why didn't they crucify them instead, may be not to make the martyrs after Jesus). With all
marks of the first centuries persecutions. As if the Christian kings and emperors were the logical continuation of the pagan ones. Whom they
persecuted as fiercely as the pagan emperors persecuted the Christians? The "heretics"? Or perhaps those pockets of Christians who preserved the truth
of Jesus Christ?
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