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The Pagan Origins Of Jesus Christ (video)

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20 Lies of Christianity that most believe to be True! (Video)

Proof How Christians Spread Christianity by TAQIYYA / LIES. (Video)

Yusha Evans – Encounter with fake Ex Muslims and their tricks and games!

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Lies about un-married woman and childless.

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Christian apologists misinforming about Islam is a regular thing. The way to counter it is by correcting it publicy and encouraging Christians to advise their leaders and apologists to stop presenting such arguments and deceptions. See the Jay Smith section for more information: http://thefactsaboutislam.blogspot.co.uk/search/label/Jay%20Smith

Muhammad as Spirit of Truth: A Christian Testimony Against Islamophobia By Ian Mevorach

When Hitler came to power in Germany, a vocal minority of Christian leaders—the Confessing Church movement—opposed Nazism. Among the leaders of this movement, Dietrich Bonhoeffer is the most notable. He died in prison after participating in a failed conspiracy to assassinate Hitler. In his prison writings, he disavowed Christian anti-Semitism and embraced the fact that Jesus Christ was a Jew. In doing so he broke with the historic anti-Semitism of Lutheranism and of Christianity in general which can be traced back to the early centuries of Christianity. For example, leaders like Archbishop of Constantinople John Chrysostom (mid-late 4th century), who is regarded as a saint, preached with hatred and vitriol against his Jewish neighbors, blaming them for killing Christ. His sermons incited mob violence against Jews. This kind of scapegoating of Jews is so entrenched in Christianity it can even be clearly seen in the Gospels themselves. In the Gospel of John Jews are called “children of the devil” and in the Gospel of Matthew Jewish bystanders at Jesus’ execution say, “His blood be on us and on our children” (Matt 27:25, NRSV). Since the Shoah (Holocaust), mainstream Christians, including Protestants, Catholics, and Orthodox Christians have fundamentally revised our views on Jews and Judaism; we’ve acknowledged Christianity’s historic anti-Semitism and no longer blame Jews for killing Christ or attempt to convert Jews to Christianity. Today, Christian leaders of conscience are called to take a vocal stand against Islamophobia. We are called to root Islamophobia out of our religion before it leads to another genocidal catastrophe. Read more of this post

Bible Atrocities

atrocity

an extremely wicked or cruel act, typically one involving physical violence or injury.

Compiled by Donald Morgan

IMPORTANT: These lists are meant to identify possible problems in the Bible, especially those that are inherent in a literalist or fundamentalist interpretation. Keep in mind, however, that what constitutes a valid problem is to some extent a matter of opinion. You may disagree that these are, in fact, genuine biblical problems, but it is the author’s opinion that a perfect and omnipotent God could, should, and would see to it that such problems did not exist in a book which s/he had inspired.


Note: In the Bible, words having to do with killing significantly outnumber words having to do with love.

GE 3:1-7, 22-24 God allows Adam and Eve to be deceived by the Serpent (the craftiest of all of God’s wild creatures). They eat of the “Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil,” thereby incurring death for themselves and all of mankind for ever after. God prevents them from regaining eternal life, by placing a guard around the “Tree of Eternal Life.” (Note: God could have done the same for the “Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil” in the first place and would thereby have prevented the Fall of man, the necessity for Salvation, the Crucifixion of Jesus, etc.) Read more of this post

Bible Vulgarities and Obscenities

Compiled by Donald Morgan

IMPORTANT: These lists are meant to identify possible problems in the Bible, especially those that are inherent in a literalist or fundamentalist interpretation. Keep in mind, however, that what constitutes a valid problem is to some extent a matter of opinion. You may disagree that these are, in fact, genuine biblical problems, but it is the author’s opinion that a perfect and omnipotent God could, should, and would see to it that such problems did not exist in a book which s/he had inspired.


Note: What is and what is not vulgar or obscene is, of course, an individual matter. By current Christian standards, however, the verses that follow would likely be considered inappropriate, if not vulgar or obscene, were they in any setting other than the Bible.

GE 4:17 Cain’s wife would likely have been his sister. (Note, assuming that Cain was, say, 100 years older than his wife, his wife could possibly have been a niece rather than a sister.)

(KJV) GE 17:10-14, 23-27, 21:4, 34:15, 17, 22, 24, EX 4:26, 12:44, 48, LE 12:3, DT 10:16, 30:6, JS 5:2-5, 7-8, JE 4:4, 9:25, LK 1:59, LK 2:21, JN 7:22-23, AC 7:8, 10:45, 11:2, 15:1, 5, 24, 16:3, RO 2:25-29, 3:1, 30, 4:9-12, 15:8, CO 7:18-19, GA 2:3, 7-9, 12, 5:2-3, 6, 11, 6:12-13, 15, EP 2:11, PH 3:3, 3:5, CN 2:11, 3:11, 4:11, TS 1:10 Various references to circumcision, some quite vulgar.

(KJV) GE 17:11, 14, 23-25, EX 4:25, LE 12:3, DE 10:16, JS 5:3, SA 18:25, 27, SA 3:14, JE 4:4, HA 2:16 Various references to foreskins, some rather vulgar.

GE 9:22 Ham, the father of Canaan, saw his father’s nakedness. Read more of this post

Bible Inconsistencies – Bible Contradictions?

Compiled by Donald Morgan

IMPORTANT: These lists are meant to identify possible problems in the Bible, especially those that are inherent in a literalist or fundamentalist interpretation. Keep in mind, however, that what constitutes a valid problem is to some extent a matter of opinion. You may disagree that these are, in fact, genuine biblical problems, but it is the author’s opinion that a perfect and omnipotent God could, should, and would see to it that such problems did not exist in a book which s/he had inspired.

IMPORTANT: Even though accepted and common definitions of the two terms often make them synonymous, “inconsistencies” do not necessarily equate to “contradictions.” An inconsistency involves a lack of harmonious uniformity, regularity, steady continuity, or agreement. Thus, a contradiction is necessarily an inconsistency, but an inconsistency is not necessarily a contradiction.


GE 1:3-5 On the first day, God created light, then separated light and darkness.
GE 1:14-19 The sun (which separates night and day) wasn’t created until the fourth day.

GE 1:11-12, 26-27 Trees were created before man was created.
GE 2:4-9 Man was created before trees were created.

GE 1:20-21, 26-27 Birds were created before man was created.
GE 2:7, 19 Man was created before birds were created. Read more of this post

Was Hell in the Original Bible? (The word “HELL” missing from the OT and NT).

by Michael R. Burch

The word “hell” did not appear anywhere in the original Hebrew Bible, or Old Testament (OT). Furthermore the word “hell” is very hard to find in the New Testament (NT) as well. You can confirm this by using an online Bible search tool to scan various Bible translations for the word “hell.” Or you can refer to the table below, which was produced by Gary Amirault, a Bible scholar who has extensively researched the question of “hell” as a biblical teaching. I have added two translations to his original list: the Holman Christian Standard Bible (HCSB), sponsored by the famously literal and conservative Southern Baptist Convention, and the New American Bible Revised Edition (NABRE), produced by more than a hundred Bible scholars working for the Roman Catholic Church. Amazingly, even conservative Bible scholars now agree that the God of the Hebrew prophets never mentioned “hell” even a single time, in Biblical chronologies covering thousands of years! You can also confirm this by reading the Bible and verifying that hell was never mentioned even to the worst people at the worst times. The remotest possibility of “hell” or suffering after death was never mentioned to Adam and Eve (the original sinners), nor to Cain (the first murderer), nor to the wicked people at the time of Great Flood, nor to the people of Sodom and Gomorrah, nor even to the Pharaoh who defied Moses and his God repeatedly.  Read more of this post

NIV had Replaced and Changed the word “HELL”

The Jehovah’s Witness cult denies many doctrines of the church of the Lord Jesus Christ. Among them the deity of Jesus and the Doctrine of Hell. Below are a number of places where the New International Version (NIV) of the Bible disagree with the King James Bible and agree with Jehovah’s false witness bible on the JW doctrine of Hell.

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How does the NIV compare to the KJV?

Hundreds of texts showing the true quality of the NIV translation!

This is a sampling of texts from a broad spectrum of doctrines, concepts, and magnitude of importance, comparing the King James Version with that of the New International Version. Each text can be seen side-by-side for easy comparison, and those who wish to may also view these texts from BibleGateway.com by clicking on the link at the left in each row.
Please note: These texts are just a sampling and do not represent a complete list, nor are these necessarily representative of the most important differences in the translations presented. Additionally, this list is arranged in a chronological order, and not, as might be better, by topic. In order to understand the magnitude of the individual changes, one must look at the sum of all similar changes of the same subject matter throughout the entire Bible.

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