"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

…for ye have perverted the words of the living God, of the LORD of hosts our God.

Christianity turns the Word of God into a carnival magic act where the phrase, now you see it, now you don’t, perfectly describes the antics that Christian theologians, preachers, apologists, and street operatives use to eviscerate the Law of God.

They do this to promote and sell a new and improved religious product, which they insist is the only “truth”.

At the core of fundamentalist Christian predatory behavior is the insatiable desire to make all humanity believe that Christian whims, doctrines, and fantasies represent some sort of absolute reality. In this warped system, simple unbelief is defined as sin (John 16:9) and because exposing “sin” glorifies God, Christian operatives can collect rewards in heaven for doing this “noble” work. This work is often referred to as a conviction from the Holy Spirit, when an unbeliever is made aware of the terrible sin they’re committing against God by not listening to Christian nonsense and gibberish.

Fanatical Christian operatives can be found virtually everywhere, in every form of media, and they’re always cruising the world looking for “unsaved” prey that they can witness their “love” to. That “love” often means getting right in the face of an unbeliever and jamming their theological delusions down their throat. They call it love because they’re doing you a favor by telling you how to avoid being sent to hell by “God” for the sin of not thinking exactly the way they do.

You can be saved from this dire fate by believing everything they tell you concerning their version of God. They’ll often try to pick your pocket as well, telling you to tithe money in order to please God. Naturally, because God has no mailing address and doesn’t take credit cards, you should send the money to them and they’ll make sure he gets it. This nonsense has gone on for almost 2,000 years and thrives because people are often too indoctrinated from childhood or too intimidated by the fear of hell to question the wisdom of taking spiritual instructions from a gang of psychotic God-soaked thugs.

These bellicose and parasitic creatures claim to have teaching authority over you and all others because they are perfectly guided by the Holy Bible, which is the infallible Word of God. The Bible must be taken very seriously because it represents God’s instructions for humanity. The vaunted laws of God are found in the Bible and these too must be taken very seriously because they represent God’s moral absolutes. According to the advertising, there is only one source of morals and that comes from God, through his Holy Law. It all sounds very impressive, holy, and authoritative doesn’t it?

However, when it comes to the Law of God, evangelical Christians talk a great game but they don’t deliver on any of the lofty rhetoric about revering God’s word as binding or holy.

In fact, they mock God with their concocted doctrines, whose purpose is to circumvent the rule of law and foist a new unauthorized system upon unsuspecting people. For them, putting on a show in order to impress others is more important than integrity. Gaining converts, at any cost, is more important than being honest about their doctrine.

One nasty side effect of their proselytizing is that they manage to create complete fools out of people that make the mistake of not reading the fine print of the contract that’s being pushed down their throats. Every person that they can convert into a “fool for Christ” is another notch on their belt and means another pat on the head from Jesus, instead of a pitchfork in the buttocks from the Devil.

The perversion of the Word of God is illustrated by the Christian claim that Jesus was the perfect sacrifice for sin and that without this perfect sacrifice, there would be no hope for anyone to avoid God’s wrath. According to this utterly ridiculous claim, Jesus also perfectly fulfilled the Law of God in doing so.

The claim is absurd because zealous Christians also insist that the Word of God must be taken seriously. Some of these charlatans even have the phrase Word of God inscribed on the fronts of their pulpits to impress the people in their congregation and those that watch them on television.

The reality of the situation is that their doctrine laughs in God’s face. There are many reasons why Jesus wasn’t a valid sacrifice for sin according to the Law of God. For instance, humans are not valid sin sacrifices according to the law.
Animal sacrifices are only involved in the atonement process for unintentional sins, not for sins committed intentionally (Num 15:24-31).
This is an important distinction that is routinely ignored by Christians and many believers aren’t even aware that there is a distinction.

There is no animal sacrifice that can atone for intentional sin. Only specific animals can be used sacrifices for unintentional sins and humans aren’t on the list (Lev 4)That’s strike one against Jesus.

Another stipulation is that an animal sin sacrifice must be physically unblemished (Lev 4). Jesus was scourged and circumcised.
That’s strike two.

A Levitical priest is to preside over the atonement ritual involving an animal sacrifice, which must also be done in a designated place (Lev 4). There was no Levitical priest presiding over the execution of Jesus, nor did he die at the Temple.
Jesus was executed by Gentiles (Romans) on a hill outside Jerusalem. And that’s strike three, Jesus is out as a perfect sacrifice for sin.

There are other reasons why Jesus failed to meet the criteria for a valid sin sacrifice, but failing just one of the requirements is enough to disqualify him as an atoning sacrifice for anything.

(The arrogance of Christianity is staggering because there are excellent Jewish essays that outline all of the reasons in detail and are meticulously supported by verses from the Jewish Bible.

There warped and deceived thinking is however zealous – Christian preachers insist that the points they make have no merit because Jews don’t properly understand their own scriptures!  Only Christians have the gift of proper interpretation because Jews don’t have the Holy Spirit to guide them! )

Behold, as the Christian spin machine goes into overdrive, making excuses and inventing rationalizations in order to hold their doctrinal gibberish and absurdities firmly in place.

Christian position:
In the Old Testament, the sacrifices were simply a type or foreshadowing of the once and for all sacrifice Christ would later make.
Christ was the ultimate Lamb of God that takes away the sins of the world (John 1:29).
The New Testament makes it clear that the blood of bulls and goats could never take away sins (Heb.10:4).
But the one time sacrifice of Christ was sufficient (Heb.10:10).
The Old Testament sacrifices were only for a specific time period and only covered sin temporarily, they did not fully take it away and provide forgiveness. That’s why when the old system was in place, sacrifices had to be performed continually.
Jesus came to fulfill (Matt 5:17) and end the law (Rom 10:4), and He did so perfectly. He fulfilled to old law and brought into being the new law of grace.

Commentary:
The Hebrew scriptures (aka: the Old Testament) says nothing of the sort, and this is pure Christian propaganda, mythology, and lies.

There is no such thing as a lamb that takes away the sins of the world.
Quoting the New Testament as proof that Christian doctrine overrules the Old Testament is both meaningless and deceptive because the Law of God was established in the Old Testament.

Unintentional sin occurs regularly, that’s its nature.
For example, women that give birth are unclean and have to offer sin sacrifices (Lev 12:6-7).
How likely is that all women will stop giving birth?
The law accommodates this by providing atonement through sacrifice.
Sin was forgiven and no longer held against that person.

Lev 4:35
…and the priest shall make an atonement for his sin that he hath committed, and
it shall be forgiven him.

The person did not have to make repeated sacrifices for the same offense.

In Lev 16, the Day of Atonement is required by law to be recognized each year for all generations.
It says nothing about this day no longer having to be observed in the future.

Lev 16:30-31,34
For on that day shall the priest make an atonement for you, to cleanse you, that ye may be
clean from all your sins before the LORD.
It shall be a sabbath of rest unto you, and ye shall afflict your souls, by a statute for ever.
And this shall be an
everlasting statute unto you, to make an atonement for the children of Israel for all their sins once a year. And he did as the LORD commanded Moses.

On that day, the scapegoat that carries sins isn’t killed but is released alive into the wilderness.

Lev 16:21-22
And Aaron shall lay both his hands upon the head of the live goat, and confess over him all the iniquities of the children of Israel, and all their transgressions in all their sins, putting them upon the head of the goat, and shall send him away by the hand of a fit man into the wilderness:
And the goat shall bear upon him all their iniquities unto a land not inhabited: and he shall let go the goat in the wilderness.

That example by itself contradicts the false Christian claim made in Heb 9:22, which states that forgiveness always requires bloodshed.

The Law of God says absolutely nothing about the sacrifices being a “foreshadowing” for the later sacrifice of a human being or a god-man. That is more Christian spin, deployed in order to avoid the problem of Jesus’ sacrifice not conforming to the law. It’s absurd because it posits the idea that legal and valid sacrifices were merely window dressing that would be discarded when an invalid sacrifice came along! Try finding that sort of nonsense in the Book of Leviticus, which is where sin sacrifices are discussed in detail.

An expected king messiah was to lead people unto great compliance with the law (Ezek 37:24). There is nothing that says this messiah would violate the law by performing an invalid sacrifice of himself. Nor does it say anything about the law being ended by a king messiah.

The law is eternal (Psa 119:152,160) and the new covenant defined in Jer 31 says that the law would be reaffirmed under a new contract, it will not be not ended. To insist that Jesus fulfilled the law perfectly, when he didn’t even perform the tasks of an expected messiah properly, is the equivalent of residing in a fantasy world, where only primitive desires and wishful thinking dominate the landscape.

Christian position:
Without a doubt, the sacrifice of Jesus was proper and accepted by God. The poor theology that you use to find errors can easily be reconciled with proper Biblical understanding, of which you mindless agnostics have NONE.

Commentary:
It can hardly be called a proper sacrifice when it didn’t conform to the law of God. That is, if the law of God is supposed to be taken seriously. Nor can it be said that God would accept something that blatantly broke the rules he established.
Christianity ignores parts of the law of God when it suits their doctrinal needs and adds new rules to ensure that their doctrines appear legitimate.

God warned people not to tamper with the law by adding or subtracting from it.

Deut 4:2
Ye shall not add unto the word which I command you, neither shall ye diminish ought from it, that ye may keep the commandments of the LORD your God which I command you.

Those that love the Lord will take his law seriously for all time.

Deut 11:1
Thou shalt love the Lord thy God, and keep his charge, and his statutes, and his ordinances, and his commandments
continually.

Christianity does exactly what God told people not to do.
This Christian obviously doesn’t give a damn what the Bible God says regarding sin sacrifices. They’ll make up their own new rules, cutting out anything they don’t like, all the while claiming Jesus perfectly fulfilled everything. This is a one size fits all delusion, immersed in self-serving narcissism, and complete with the scolding of anyone that points out the obvious hypocrisy displayed by believers such as this.

Christian position:
Jesus was the perfect sacrifice for sin because He was spiritually unblemished.

Commentary
This is a dishonest attempt to create new rules for sacrifices. Animal sacrifices must be physically unblemished (Lev 4).

Christian position:
The priest presiding over the sacrifice of Jesus was Jesus Himself! He was a priest after the order of Melchizedek.  The Levitical priesthood only operated in the era of temporary sacrifices.  A better priesthood was established to offer the permanent sacrifice.  Psalms 110:4 is the prophecy of a new priesthood of Melchizedek that Jesus fulfilled. The NT writer of the Book of Hebrews identifies Jesus as that Priest (Heb.7).  Jesus is serving that function right now as the Great High Priest of mankind.

Commentary:
This is utterly dishonest and shows how low Christianity will stoop in order to prop up a fantasy. Once again, Christians use the New Testament to prove that the New Testament doctrines are valid. That’s really no different that claiming you possess the truth because you once wrote on a piece of paper that you always have the truth. If anyone doubts your claim, you can always pull out the paper that “proves” it. It’s an entirely circular, closed system that validates itself by using itself as the ultimate authority.

Every one of the Christian claims about Jesus being “the Great High Priest” is false if the Old Testament is to be taken seriously.

The Levitical priesthood superseded the era of the people’s priesthood that Melchizedek functioned in. It was the Levites that helped in putting down the rebellion during the incident with the golden calf (Exo 32:26-29).
God promised the Levites, specifically the descendants of Aaron, that the priesthood belonged exclusively to them in perpetuity.

Exo 40:13-15
And thou shalt put upon Aaron the holy garments, and anoint him, and sanctify him; that he may minister unto me in the priest’s office.
And thou shalt bring his sons, and clothe them with coats:
And thou shalt anoint them, as thou didst anoint their father, that they may minister unto me in the priest’s office: for their anointing shall surely be an
everlasting priesthood throughout their generations.

And here again the priesthood is forever promised to Aaron and his sons:

Num 18:8
And the LORD spake unto Aaron, Behold, I also have given thee the charge of mine heave offerings of all the hallowed things of the children of Israel; unto thee have I given them by reason of the anointing, and to thy sons, by an ordinance
for ever.

That’s the law, and not simply a quaint custom that Christianity can discard when it gets in their way.

Jesus wasn’t a Levite, he had no biological father and had no paternal tribal identity.
Jesus was not descended from Aaron in any way.
Jesus could not preside over any sin sacrifice and could never hold the office of high priest.
Jesus could not offer himself as a sacrifice, which isn’t even legal according to God’s law.
Furthermore, the idea that God would approve of an unauthorized human sacrifice, which was offered by a fraudulent priest called Jesus, that blatantly disregards his law, is ludicrous.

In Lev 10:1-2, it was God that punished two of Aaron’s sons with death for the relatively minor transgression of burning incense with unauthorized fire in their censers!

Yet, Christians preach that agnostics must believe in the Christian doctrine that employs the unauthorized and illegal sacrifice of a god-man called “Jesus”, a doctrine that violates the very laws God wanted his people to observe for all generations.

By the way, all of you Christian preachers, pretending to be an authorized priest or minister of God is a sin, meriting the death penalty (Num 18:7).
Unless you can establish yourselves as bona-fide Levites descended from Aaron, you’re mocking God’s law by claiming to be “ministers” that are authorized to collect tithes from people.
Proof of proper pedigree was required in order to be qualified as a priest (Ezra 2:62)(Neh 7:64).
Jesus is in even hotter holy water because Christianity declares him to be a high priest.
According to the Word of God, he’s not even close to being any such thing, so stop lying to people.

Pertaining to the Christian lie that the Levtical priesthood and sacrifices would become permanently outdated, scripture indicates that the Temple when the Temple was reconstructed, sacrifices by the Levites will be continuing in the messianic era.

Jer 33:17-18
For thus saith the LORD; David shall never want a man to sit upon the throne of the house of Israel;
Neither shall the priests
the Levites want a man before me to offer burnt offerings, and to kindle meat offerings, and to do sacrifice continually.

Jer 33:20-22
Thus saith the LORD; If ye can break my covenant of the day, and my covenant of the night, and that there should not be day and night in their season;
Then may also my covenant be broken with David my servant, that he should not have a son to reign upon his throne; and with
the Levites the priests, my ministers.
As the host of heaven cannot be numbered, neither the sand of the sea measured: so will I multiply the seed of David my servant, and the Levites that minister unto me.

In Ezekiel 44, a new Temple of the future is described.
The Levites that had strayed from the Lord in the past would still be able to carry out some of the Temple functions.
The Levites that did not stray at all would serve as priests and be allowed to enter the sanctuary.
These were the sons of Zadok, a descendant of Aaron (1 Chron 6).

Ezek 44:15-16
But the priests
the Levites, the sons of Zadok, that kept the charge of my sanctuary when the children of Israel went astray from me, they shall come near to me to minister unto me, and they shall stand before me to offer unto me the fat and the blood, saith the Lord GOD:
They shall enter into my sanctuary, and they shall come near to my table, to minister unto me, and they shall keep my charge.

Malachi 3:3-4 reiterates the same promise that Levites would occupy the position of priests.

If the Levitical priesthood was to be replaced by another priesthood, then Christianity has called God, Moses, Jeremiah, and Ezekiel liars, and as Jer 33:20-22 clearly shows, the promise of the priesthood belonging to the Levites was a promise that God would not revoke.
There is no such thing as a new priesthood of Melchizedek that replaces the Levitical priesthood.
That doctrine is a Christian fairy tale and a convenient lie that’s used to justify the illegal, unauthorized, and invalid sacrifice that was made by Jesus.

Regarding Psalms 110:
Psalms 110 is related to David, not Jesus.
David was a priest like Melchizedek in that he was a king that made some burnt offerings (2 Sam 6:17).
While burnt offerings existed prior to the Levitical priesthood, the full services of the Levitical priesthood did not.
Instructions for sin offerings don’t appear as a ritual until Exo 29.
Until the tabernacle was built, there was no full service priesthood.
David could not preside over sin sacrifices or ever hold the office of high priest because he wasn’t from the tribe of Levi, but rather Judah.

Psa 110 could have been written by a courtier or by David himself, as a song to be sung by the Levites.
Another possibility is that David was referring to Abraham.
He certainly wasn’t referring to Jesus, who didn’t exist, nor would David contradict God’s law that had established the Levites as the priests in charge of the Temple and the office of high priest.
Psa 110 doesn’t establish a new office of high priest, and it doesn’t predict any such change.
To suggest otherwise is to make a liar out of God, and although Christians have absolutely no problem doing that, they turn the Bible God into an untrustworthy promise breaker as a result.

Christian position:
God can forgive our sins only because the penalty for sin was paid in full by Christ.
This supreme sacrifice made forgiveness possible and compatible with God’s infinite holiness.

Commentary:
So much for God’s holy law, as it gets kicked out the door and is replaced by Christian wishful thinking.
The so-called supreme sacrifice was not legal according to the holy law of God.
It can no more save anyone than rubbing a rabbit’s foot or finding a four leaf clover can.
These believers have made up their own rules, created their own God, proclaimed it holy, and then tell others that they need to bow down and worship it. The Christian claim that Jesus fully paid the price for sin is a blatant lie. According to Christian mythology, the punishment for sin is to be condemned into eternal fire and everlasting destruction (Matt 25:41,46 2 Thess 1:9).
Christian “hell” is supposed to be an everlasting punishment for finite sins. After the judgment, people don’t get out of hell once they’ve been sent there.

If Jesus had actually paid the price for sin, he would be in hell serving time and paying the penalty for others. However, according to Christian mythology, Jesus only spent a few hours in hell preaching (not suffering) and was then whisked up to heaven where he sits on a throne, enjoying great rewards and glory. Not only was the sacrifice illegal, the penalty wasn’t actually paid nor is the penalty being served. The Christian scenario of Jesus being a perfect supreme sacrifice for sin is fatally flawed from beginning to end.

Christian position:
You’re an ignorant agnostic fool!
Jesus was fully qualified to be the Great High Priest.
Jesus was God incarnate and can be anything or do anything he wants!
He was the perfect sacrifice for sin because He is God.
You will stand before Him and He will condemn you for your sins.

Commentary:
This is a typical response.
Christian lunatics will often roll out the fallacy of special pleading in order to overcome any unpleasant facts about their convoluted doctrines.
Special pleading is exhibited when a standard or rule is applied to all others but not to the special person.
They are exempt from having to meet the standard or obey the rules.
This exemption is based purely on subjective assertion and wishful thinking, with no objective concrete justification being involved.

In other words, the strict and binding rules set down by God in the Old Testament don’t matter because Jesus is special, exempt from any rule of any sort because he is God and can do whatever he wants. Jesus is special because Christians want and need him to be, for if he isn’t, their whole theological house of cards collapses.

By employing the “Jesus is God” excuse, they create yet another convoluted doctrine, that of the “Trinity”. Their assertion about Jesus being God is also full of holes.

God is not a human being (Num 23:19 Hos 11:9, 1 Sam 15:29, Psa 146:3, Isa 2:22), he does not change (Mal 3:6), is a singular being, and there are no others besides him:
(Deut 4:35, Deut 32:39, 1 Sam 2:2, 1 Kings 8:60, Isa 40:18,25, Isa 42:8, Isa 43:10-11, Isa 44:6-8,24, Isa 45:5-6, Isa 45:21-22, Isa 46:5,9, Hos 13:4, 1 Chron 17:20).

There is no Trinity to be found here:

Isa 43:10-11
Ye are my witnesses, saith the LORD, and my servant whom I have chosen: that ye may know and believe me, and understand that I am he:
before me there was no God formed, neither shall there be after me.
I, even I, am the LORD; and
beside me there is no saviour.

Isa 45:21-22
Tell ye, and bring them near; yea, let them take counsel together: who hath declared this from ancient time? who hath told it from that time? have not I the LORD? and
there is no God else beside me; a just God and a Saviour; there is none beside me.
Look unto me, and be ye saved, all the ends of the earth: for I am God, and
there is none else.

In the Hebrew scriptures, God was revealed by voice to all his people in a national revelation at Mt. Sinai or Horeb (Deut 4:10-12,15,32-35, Deut 5:1-4, Exo 19:9,11, Exo 20:19-20).
There was no indication whatsoever that God was a Trinity nor was any presentation, inclusion, or mention of Jesus given to the people.
There were none besides God, no equals, no other saviors.
None means none, it does not mean not three persons, or three essences, and it does not include a son that’s also God.

Deut 4:35
Unto thee it was shewed, that thou mightest know that the LORD he is God;
there is none else beside him.

God also warned his people not to be seduced by other concepts of God.

Deut 11:16
Take heed to yourselves, that your heart be not deceived, and ye turn aside, and serve other gods, and worship them;

Declaring a man (Jesus) to be God is exactly what God warned his people not to do.
But such hypocrisy and God-mocking is typical because the Bible will always end up meaning whatever a Christian believer wants it to mean. Using the rationalization that Jesus was God, and can therefore ignore all the rules set down by God, is simply a disingenuous ploy used by Christian preachers and apologists alike. Although this ploy works well to placate the faithful sheep sitting in church pews, it deserves zero credibility among agnostics and other non-believers.

The Old Testament scripture refutes the wishful thinking of Christianity over and over again. The only way Christians can get around this is to claim that the rules changed, which is essentially the doctrine put forth by Paul and other New Testament writers. However, in order for their new doctrine to be true, God’s prior word is reduced to the status of a farce, not to be seriously obeyed or recognized as binding.

Aggressive, bullying Christians simply do not believe that the Old Testament Bible is the Word of God, they only believe what makes them feel good, and to do that they ignore anything that gets in their way.

These fanatics and lunatics are constantly on the prowl for people to preach their propaganda to, which is why they are abundantly found just about everywhere, intent on expanding their “kingdom” by targeting any person (including children) for assimilation into their hive.

 

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