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Iv noticed that varies news platforms have been having a dig at the Bible if late. Claims that Jesus was not killed and that it was Judas in so called "lost gospels", then another conflicting article on how he was, but didn't die, but only fainted, articles that talk about how "messed up" the Bible, or that the Bible is a copy of other religions and more. In all these claims are refuted by scholars.

 

Seemls to me the attack on religion is just getting more and more intense, and we know what that is leading...  

 

http://www.express.co.uk/news/science/795396/BIBLE-CLAIM-Judas-Jesus-not-crucified (Simply faked gospel writing)

 

http://www.express.co.uk/news/science/773739/Jesus-did-NOT-die-cross-crucifixion-bible (This one is laughable considering Jesus was on the stake for a long time, nobody just "faints" from such a thing, not to mention he was declared dead by the apostles,so why would they say that it one apostle knew he was actually alive? Paul was very clear in his letters that there was no point in being Christian if it wasn't real and that there was no raising if the dead) 

 

http://www.express.co.uk/news/science/774752/JESUS-prior-religions-CONTROL-the-people-roman (With this one, people have no idea that the birth of Jesus was prophesied thousands of years before any greek god story. The story they say Jesus is a "copy" from is most likely a pagan retelling of the tale of the pre-flood angels sleeping with humans and birthing nephilim! They also make false comparisons of Jesus birth based upon Christindom's pagan December 25 birth. And to compare him to the Egyptian gods, that is all together not connected, as they beleive their kings and queens were goes in the flesh, where we know Jesus was 'not' God in the flesh, but again, blame Christendom for that.)

 

Satan has had his hands busy in all this. He has cleverly set up false Christianity to adopt pagan teachings so that these things can lead people astray. Either by means of getting people to practice them, or make a false and misinformed comparison to pagan religions like this.


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Of course they would attack the Bible, look at all the massive lies told by false religion and causing great confusion among the masses of people.  The critics to the Bible love to see these stories in print.   Just like the rest of Satan's grasp, he has the media sources too.    Am not surprised that they would write nasty things and twist and turn things around, false religion has been doing that since Satan started it way back when!   It's going to get worse, and you know, am not going to be at someone's door if they bring this garbage up and argue with them over it.   Even if you try to defend the truth, it will go right over their head.   Jehovah wants us to concentrate on finding Righteously Disposed ones and give a witness for his name.   Its more proof that the end is not far off as far as am concerned.  From Bad to Worse, that's all we see in the world ruled by Satan.  

 

  

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21 hours ago, EccentricM said:

http://www.express.co.uk/news/science/795396/BIBLE-CLAIM-Judas-Jesus-not-crucified (Simply faked gospel writing)

 

http://www.express.co.uk/news/science/773739/Jesus-did-NOT-die-cross-crucifixion-bible (This one is laughable considering Jesus was on the stake for a long time, nobody just "faints" from such a thing, not to mention he was declared dead by the apostles,so why would they say that it one apostle knew he was actually alive? Paul was very clear in his letters that there was no point in being Christian if it wasn't real and that there was no raising if the dead) 

 

 

These two sound a lot like they may be catering to muslims who believe Jesus was "exchanged" for somebody else or to jews who believe the resurrection of Jesus was a hoax.

 

Then again, these stories have been around since soon after the dawn of Christianity, as early as the first century. In fact, many such apocryphal stories were the source for the muslim belief, for example.

 

I find the second one funny, to be honest. So Jesus "fainted" on the stake and was then struck by a spear and.. oh.. maybe the Roman soldier only hit the water skin hanging on his side that they forgot was there.

 

I like how they click-bait this by calling it a "SHOCK CLAIM" in all-caps as if this is somehow some kind of news that is supposed to rock my world upside down :nope:

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10 hours ago, ChocoBro said:

 

I find the second one funny, to be honest. So Jesus "fainted" on the stake and was then struck by a spear and.. oh.. maybe the Roman soldier only hit the water skin hanging on his side that they forgot was there.

 

 

A little different slant, a little off topic, I have read about a group that believe that the Roman soldier that pierced Jesus' side got splattered with Jesus' holy blood and water and is considered to be the first person to be baptized in....something.  I forgot to remember the rest of the story...

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