A rational, secular, historical perspective on the history of Christianity
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#1 Apr 22, 2013
The Old Testament Hebrew Bible was written primarily by a group of hybrid Turkish Semitic people that WORSHIPPED ALIENS. It was then doctored by a group known as the Deuteronomy Revisionists who took the names of these alien gods (gods of Eden) out of the texts leaving only their TITLES. The only god that was being promoted by the Deuteronomy Revisionists was Yahweh Ildabaoth the Demiurge who was the alien god of the Judah Jews.
The question on the table is “Should They Burn the Old Testament.” This is a very interesting question in light of what we know today.
The truth about how the Old Testament came to us been a dark mystery and those who doctored these texts committed what came to be known as the “Pious Fraud.”
Scholars have discovered that the HEBREW BIBLE IS NOT the infallible word of a god or an accurate historical text authored by One Supreme Being. The Old Testament is a heavily revised document, which contains at least two entirely separate documents about two different tribes who worshipped very different alien gods. The beliefs of these different tribes were fused together in the Hebrew Bible. The revisionists known as the NORTHERN "E" group were writing about the beliefs of the Hebrew Israelite tribes that lived in northern Israel, while the SOUTHERN "J" TRADITIONS were written to represent the beliefs of the Jews in Southern Judea known as the Judah Jews. After these traditions were combined more revisions or inserts were added.
The early Hebrews, it is generally believed, did not practice a religion having to do with the Yahweh cult. Moses, the Hebrew history says, is the first to hear the name of God, Yahweh. Hebraic accounts of the patriarchs refer to "Elohim" (God), "El Shaddai" (God Almighty), and other variants. Though controversial, it is thought that several of the religious practices described in Genesis indicate a belief in animistic forces , possibly, even polytheism.
A rational, secular, historical perspective on the history of Christianity and its scripture
The effect of its origins as selected parts of whole bodies of scripture, written by at least a hundred and fifty different people in dozens of different places at different times, many centuries apart, and for different reasons, colors what its authors wrote. Yet that simple fact is widely ignored, both by people who naively follow what they read in it as the inerrant word of God, and by more liberal scholastic theologians, who seek to understand its historical context as well as a body of doctrinal scripture, which they often blindly follow, even though they know full well its messy origins.
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