the NT doesnt ever say that peter was in Roma either.<quoted text>
Two things you can't determine by the New Testament.
1. That Peter was never in Rome
2. That James is the biological sibling of Jesus.
If you teach your theory based on the New Testament writings, you risk going against the will of Jesus Christ.
You risk spreading rumors about His Mom.
What can you argue on judgement day? You thought everything about Jesus and His Mom was in the 27 books of the New Testament??
Jesus will say, "why on Earth did you think that Preston. I never said that!"
and the NT does say several times that james is His brother,or believed to be,at least to the point that the brothers and the sisters all came from mary, reference the Gospel and also Paul affirms it. I will believe them rather than your lying church fathers.lol
and since you catholics LOVE to say that we protestants took out several books, perhaps your intrepreter jerome should have just deleted those verses rather than lying and saying they were just cousins or whatever lie is prevalent this week.LOL I CANT KEEP UP WITH ALL OF THEM AND NEITHER CAN YOU.
then again, you can act stupid like Dust Storm and say that Hebrew didnt have a word for cousin, which is moot since the NT was written in Greek, and greek both ahs words for brother, sister and cousin.
and since I preach and teach under the guidance and Anointing of the holy Ghost, I have no fear that my soul is going to be lost by doing so.
your clerics are the people that neeed to worry, not me.
and I am going to show you a Bible verse that you no doubt have ever read.
Even so hath the Lord ordained that they which preach the gospel should live of the gospel.
some people think(and that wrongly) that the Gospel should support us, but it means that we who preach the gospel must also live by that same creed of the message. If I do that, I will surely have no FEAR when I stand before Jesus.
and as I have said several times, I am a OT Preacher. I preach Jesus and Him crucified, and show how He was identified in the OT