"O L-RD, Who are my power and my strength and my refuge in the day of trouble, to You nations will come from the ends of the earth and say, 'Only lies have our fathers handed down to us, emptiness in which there is nothing of any avail! Can a man make gods for himself, and they are no gods? 'Therefore, behold I let them know; at this time I will let them know My power and My might, and they shall know that My Name is the L-RD".
Jeremiah 16:19-21

Christianity:

Christianity’s Three-Headed Beast …

August 18, 2013

By Daniel out of the Lion’s Den ~  Accuse a Christian of being a polytheist by worshiping three gods, and they will vehemently deny it. Yet in their own creeds and hymns, they confess that they worship three persons. In a feeble attempt to hold onto the Jewish monotheistic roots of their religion, they have […]

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Cult Leader Jesus …

August 11, 2013

by John Pringle One of the things that fundamentalist Christians find disturbing about the world is the existence of cults. Cult leaders are said to be self centered and egotistical because they require complete obedience and conformity to whatever agenda the leader has in mind. On top of this, cult leaders tend to divide people […]

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Historical Evidence that Proves Jesus Christ Never Existed …

July 14, 2013

Historical evidence that proves “Jesus Christ” never existed and was created by Constantine (Romans) The Council of Nicea – The Council that created Jesus Christ The origin of the “Savior” – Later becoming the person worshipped today as Jesus Christ Ptolemy 1 Meryamun Setepenre (c.a. 367-283 B.C.E- Before Common Era) (aka Soter) (“Soter” means savior) became the first European pharaoh […]

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ROME-EDOM: THE IMAGE OF ROME IN JUDAISM …

June 10, 2013

Page 1 by Alain de Benoist Text published in “New School” (2012) The image of Rome in the Jewish tradition is an extremely negative image, which extends downstream of Western Christendom, and upstream Edom and Esau. Judaism calls indeed Rome “Edom,” which is another name given to Esau in the Bible (Gen. 36.1). That Romans are believed […]

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Did Jesus replace animal sacrifice?

June 2, 2013

I don’t normally argue Biblical errancy for many reasons. First of all, many Christians are fine accepting that the Bible can contain occasional mistakes because they believe some combination of human error and translation issues accounts for how God’s message got distorted. Which is an odd thing to admit when you think about it — […]

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20 Reasons to Abandon Christianity …

June 1, 2013

*** WARNING*** Noahide – The Ancient Path, do not agree with all that is being said in this article but it has some very interesting observations and information. by Chaz Bufe This pamphlet briefly looks at many of the reasons that Christianity is undesirable from both a personal and a social point of view. All […]

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Wrestling with Angels?

May 13, 2013

 Throughout history, Amalek, the errant grandson of Esau and his murderous brood have attempted to wipe out the descendants of Jacob. The enmity between these two peoples was evident even as they struggled together in the womb of their mother Rebecca. “And the LORD said unto her, Two nations are in thy womb, and two […]

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Q & A Why do Jews not Accept Jesus as a God or Messiah?

May 12, 2013

by Rabbi Eliezer Gervitz Question: Why do Jews not accept Jesus as a god or a messiah? —Jonas Answer: Almost since the inception of Christianity, some Christians have made it their life’s work to convert others, including Jews. At times, these missionaries have used torture and other coercions to gain their goal, such as during the […]

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The Serpent used Several Arguments …

May 8, 2013

Armando Salazar The serpent used several arguments to induce Eve to violate God’s commandments. One argument that the serpent presented was that God gave them the commandment which forbade them from eating from the tree for their detriment. According to the serpent, the commandment was not presented with the best interest of man in mind […]

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Questions About Christianity?

May 4, 2013

49 Questions About Christianity 1.If Jesus’s mission was to the lost sheep of Israel,why was it confined to Palestine where only two of the original tribes had settled? Did that mean that Jesus had failed in his mission? 2.Why should Jesus specifically forbid, on the one hand, preaching the Gospel to the Gentiles Matthew 7:6,15:24,26) […]

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Pagan Symbols that Christianity thinks are original ….

May 2, 2013

PAGAN SYMBOLS    PETER’S CROSS – Satanists are not the brightest folks to begin with, but you would think they would check to see if a symbol already had a meaning before adopting it as their own. Satanist think if they invert a symbol, it will make it evil or if they spell something backwards it […]

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Examining The Christian Claim of Prophecy Fulfillment – Part One

April 30, 2013

***WARNING***  To our knowledge Louis Cable is not a Christian, but he has phenomenal insight in to the massive deception of Christianity and the New Testament – If I was a Christian I would take serious note of what he is pointing out – because he is right!   Louis W. Cable  In Second Peter 1:20-21 we […]

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Examining the Christian Claim of Prophecy Fulfillment – Part Two

April 30, 2013

 by Louis W. Cable Luke 24:46 ~ Thus it is written and thus it was necessary for Christ to suffer and to rise from the dead the third day.According to the writer of Luke, Jesus said this to his disciples on the night of his alleged resurrection. This same claim of prophecy fulfillment by Jesus was […]

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Examining the Christian Claim of Prophecy Fulfillment – Part Three

April 30, 2013

by Louis W. Cable. “Outside Books.” Many of its apocalyptic visions were plagiarized from Zarubable, Daniel and other lesser known mystical works which Jewish scholars have put away. The Christians, when combing through rabbinical literature in search of proof verses to substantiate their claim of the messiahship of Jesus, probably found this old Jewish Midrash13 […]

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The Not so Nice Jesus …was Definitely Not so Meek and Mild!

April 28, 2013

Why Jesus? Jesus has been held in high regard by Christians and non-Christians alike. Regardless of whether he existed in history, or whether he was divine, many have asserted that the New Testament Christ character was the highest example of moral living. Many believe that his teachings, if truly understood and followed, would make this […]

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Old Testament Messiah Prophecies and the Gospels are they True?

April 28, 2013

   One of the most frequent arguments used by Christians is that Jesus ‘fulfilled’ Old Testament prophecies concerning the messiah. And yet when examining the texts actually cited by the New Testament writers in this respect, it becomes obvious that the Old Testament texts which are used as ‘prophecies’ are torn out of, and wrestled from […]

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Would YOU Buy a Used Car from Paul of Tarsus?

April 28, 2013

 WOULD YOU BUY A USED CAR FROM PAUL?1 Paul is like the man who comes into a court of law today to swear that everything he swore to yesterday was a lie.  Thomas Paine2   Louis W. Cable  What follows was derived in part from New Testament Fallacies by Shmuel Golding of the Jerusalem Institute of Biblical Polemics, […]

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The Over-Rated Sermon On The Mount …

April 26, 2013

A study in hypocrisy … By Louis W. Cable The Sermon on the Mount, allegedly given by Jesus, is said to be a prescription for Christian living and perhaps the most magnificent of speeches. Consisting of 107 consecutive verses covering chapters 5, 6 and 7 of the Gospel of Matthew, it is the longest continuous […]

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The Shituf Excuse: Preserving Madness Because It’s Permissible!

April 26, 2013

So I’ve heard it all again from the mouth of a Jew, a rabbi no less. The message goes something along these lines. Christianity is ok for gentiles but not for Jews. Gentiles aren’t warned about shituf, it’s not prohibited as part of their commandments, so, as Christianity is classed as shituf, then it’s fine for gentiles […]

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Idolatry …

April 26, 2013

    Moshe Ben-Chaim     Question: What exactly is idolatry?   Response: I would have to define it in accordance with a Rabbi’s explanation: “Relating to G-d through methods foreign to G-d’s prescribed modes of worship.”   The source, or psychological need which acts of idolatry strive to satisfy, are primal in nature. The instinct in […]

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