Do you think this book marks the end or christianity?

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10mile72 wrote: 26 Oct 2019, 17:50
Sahansdal wrote: 25 Oct 2019, 17:20
10mile72 wrote: 25 Oct 2019, 12:22

Bart Ehrman, who is an agnostic, and one of the leading NT scholars, wrote a book on the subject arguing that there almost certainly was a Jesus of Nazareth. Doesn't mean it's true. Just saying.
His "Did Jesus Exist' was a disaster. Mythicists pounced on it. Dr. Richard Carrier, an equally accomplished scholar, demolished it in his 600+ page "On the Historicity of Jesus.' There are others. The 'proof' is thin, at best. I think I end all debate. I have period evidence that the Gospel story of Jesus is a fabrication.
Did you write a book about it, and, if so, is it available on Amazon?

Well, yeah, I thought that is what this thread was about!
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/15246 ... 5K32J6D6Y1

First book attempt, which gives more background and is better for those no familiar with Eastern mysticism. >

https://www.amazon.com/Bible-says-Savio ... C0K9YWNJG1
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Sahansdal wrote: 27 Oct 2019, 14:23
10mile72 wrote: 26 Oct 2019, 17:50
Sahansdal wrote: 25 Oct 2019, 17:20
His "Did Jesus Exist' was a disaster. Mythicists pounced on it. Dr. Richard Carrier, an equally accomplished scholar, demolished it in his 600+ page "On the Historicity of Jesus.' There are others. The 'proof' is thin, at best. I think I end all debate. I have period evidence that the Gospel story of Jesus is a fabrication.
Did you write a book about it, and, if so, is it available on Amazon?

Well, yeah, I thought that is what this thread was about!
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/15246 ... 5K32J6D6Y1

First book attempt, which gives more background and is better for those not familiar with Eastern mysticism. >

https://www.amazon.com/Bible-says-Savio ... C0K9YWNJG1

Website >

https://judaswasjames.com/
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Sahansdal wrote: 27 Oct 2019, 14:23
10mile72 wrote: 26 Oct 2019, 17:50
Sahansdal wrote: 25 Oct 2019, 17:20
His "Did Jesus Exist' was a disaster. Mythicists pounced on it. Dr. Richard Carrier, an equally accomplished scholar, demolished it in his 600+ page "On the Historicity of Jesus.' There are others. The 'proof' is thin, at best. I think I end all debate. I have period evidence that the Gospel story of Jesus is a fabrication.
Did you write a book about it, and, if so, is it available on Amazon?

Well, yeah, I thought that is what this thread was about!
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/15246 ... 5K32J6D6Y1

First book attempt, which gives more background and is better for those no familiar with Eastern mysticism. >


https://www.amazon.com/Bible-says-Savio ... C0K9YWNJG1

Sorry, I didn't know you were the author of Misreading Judas, I thought you were just someone commenting, like me. My bad.
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10mile72 wrote: 28 Oct 2019, 10:47
Sahansdal wrote: 27 Oct 2019, 14:23
10mile72 wrote: 26 Oct 2019, 17:50

Did you write a book about it, and, if so, is it available on Amazon?

Well, yeah, I thought that is what this thread was about!
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/15246 ... 5K32J6D6Y1

First book attempt, which gives more background and is better for those no familiar with Eastern mysticism. >


https://www.amazon.com/Bible-says-Savio ... C0K9YWNJG1

Sorry, I didn't know you were the author of Misreading Judas, I thought you were just someone commenting, like me. My bad.
My bad. I usually say something.
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Sahansdal wrote: 28 Oct 2019, 14:57
10mile72 wrote: 28 Oct 2019, 10:47
Sahansdal wrote: 27 Oct 2019, 14:23


Well, yeah, I thought that is what this thread was about!
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/15246 ... 5K32J6D6Y1

First book attempt, which gives more background and is better for those no familiar with Eastern mysticism. >


https://www.amazon.com/Bible-says-Savio ... C0K9YWNJG1


Sorry, I didn't know you were the author of Misreading Judas, I thought you were just someone commenting, like me. My bad.
My bad. I usually say something.

No problem. You know, what's interesting is that even in the gospels the work that Judas did is presented as something that was part of a preordained plan that was necessary for Christ to be sacrificed; I always thought he got a bum wrap.
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:o :|
10mile72 wrote: 29 Oct 2019, 15:33
Sahansdal wrote: 28 Oct 2019, 14:57
10mile72 wrote: 28 Oct 2019, 10:47



Sorry, I didn't know you were the author of Misreading Judas, I thought you were just someone commenting, like me. My bad.
My bad. I usually say something.

No problem. You know, what's interesting is that even in the gospels the work that Judas did is presented as something that was part of a preordained plan that was necessary for Christ to be sacrificed; I always thought he got a bum wrap.
A lot of people say that.

This is all fiction. Best way to read the NT. Even the OT, too, but it at least is teaching things that happen to be true. Only enough truth in the Gospels to fool the unwary, which seems to be a heck of a lot of people.
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The book cannot mark the end of Christian, but it fulfilled the prophecy made in the Bible about signs of the end time which include Anti-Christ and false prophet.
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zagabi wrote: 11 Nov 2019, 12:48 The book cannot mark the end of Christian, but it fulfilled the prophecy made in the Bible about signs of the end time which include Anti-Christ and false prophet.
Matthew 24 that you refer to was all about the first century. Paul fits the 'false prophet.' He was determined to be the Spouter of Lying by Dr. Robert Eisenman from the Dead Sea Scrolls pesherim.
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It's impossible for a book written by a man to change every ones mind and end Christianity, because despite The Holy Bible being a great book inspired by God and can be seen anywhere in the whole world, we still have those who don't believe it.
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Songjohn007 wrote: 20 Mar 2020, 16:10 It's impossible for a book written by a man to change every ones mind and end Christianity, because despite The Holy Bible being a great book inspired by God and can be seen anywhere in the whole world, we still have those who don't believe it.
God doesn't use a book to communicate with humanity. He uses live humans - Masters. Who told you this?
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Though we all have different views when we read books and must not still forget we can change through reading but remember not even everyone read.
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Not at all! Christians are much aware of what they believe in. It is not possible at all by any means, however, it can be counted as attack on Christianity by spreading these kinds of heretic teachings against Christianity.
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I'm trying to save you! Jesus can't save you EVEN IF HE LIVED, which he didn't. He says only living Masters can save, just as all Masters have said, when he said so in so many words in John 6:40 and 9:4-5, 3:16, and even famous John 14:6-7. Read these carefully. The Bible is not the WORD. The Holy spirit is. The Son is not Jesus, either. The Holy Spirit is. It matters. John 3:16 is in PAST TENSE, so it cannot be Jesus talking about himself. Rather it is about John the Baptist, as all of John 3 is. JOHN was the Master Jesus was talking about. It happens repeatedly in the Gospels (Jesus quotations). These were confiscated by early orthodox Christians and corrupted selfishly to create a NEW religion. Ecc. 1:9 says that cannot be. Same as Hosea 6:6. Nothing new under the sun. Masters are not new. Seth was a Master/savior. Genesis 4:26 and 'calling on the Lord' is men being saved by that particular Master. The reason I left 'Christianity' is because no one could explain to me why anyone was born before Jesus lived and died. Why would they ever be born only to miss seeing (John 6:40) their Master?
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