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Thursday, April 29, 2021

The Re-Imagined Jesus Of Pagan Rome

The Re-Imagined Jesus Of Pagan Rome

What if you believe in the wrong Jesus? 

What if the Jesus you believe in was a RE-IMAGINED Jesus that was created and promoted by a series of Roman Emperors?  Martin Luther didn't like the Jesus of the Church of Rome, so he RE-IMAGINED Jesus -- but he rejected three of the four Gospels -- he rejected the Epistle of Jesus' brother James -- he rejected many other Epistles -- and his RE-IMAGINED Jesus has been embraced by most Evangelical Churches today -- one where you are exempt from any works, commitment or life-style, because you are guaranteed salvation by merely reciting a prayer accepting the RE-IMAGINED Jesus as your Lord and Savior.  Is your belief valid regardless of their source.  If you RE-IMAGINED Jesus in accord with your beliefs and lifestyle, does that mean that your beliefs are valid? 

Many secular and religious groups have RE-IMAGINED Marriage to mean something very different than what can be portrayed as a Spiritually Sanctified Marriage  (see Sacrament Of Marriage ).  Are these RE-IMAGINED Marriages valid?  Originally, the sacrament of Baptism was a Divine Union/Marriage with the Logos/Son of God that had specific requirements (see Baptism As A Divine Marriage ).   But the Church that RE-IMAGINED Jesus, also RE-IMAGINED the sacrament of baptism -- but is the RE-IMAGINED sacraments valid (see The Spiritual Abuse Of The Gospel Sacraments )?   Many people today have RE-IMAGINED their gender -- there are those who say they are girls regardless of their penis, and there are those who say they are boys regardless of their vagina.  Women are being raped in prison by those who claimed to be women regardless of their penis (see ).  Others have RE-IMAGINED their race regardless of their physical attributes and actual ancestry.  

Who was the real Jesus?  Are his teachings and commandments a requirement for those who call themselves his followers?  The people who personally knew the man Jesus -- who talked and walked with him daily -- those who were directly taught by Jesus -- who were themselves Anointed (Messiah/Christ) and achieved the subsequent stage non-physical Virgin Birth that Jesus taught was necessary -- were hunted down as heretics? (see The Ebionite Heresy ).  Why?  Because they had virtually nothing in common with the beliefs of those who RE-IMAGINED Jesus in accord with their own beliefs.  Which provokes the question:  What if the person who rejects the faux-Jesus of the Church, intuitively knows that the the the Jesus who Christians believe in, is a fraud?  The question then is: Who will be held accountable?  Those who blindly believed in the Jesus of Roman Emperors?  The Jesus of Martin Luther?  Or those who intuitively knew that the Jesus promoted by the Church was a fraud? 

With even a little research, blind-faith Christians can easily prove that the very words that God spoke to mankind were corrupted by the Church in order to create the faux-Jesus of Roman Emperors (see The Corruption Of The Words Of God ).  And with just a little more effort, they can easily confirm the fact that the words of God were corrupted in the fourth century (see The Pre-Nicene Gentile Witness ).   But what of those who were too complacent to investigate the source of their beliefs? Those who taught others that the Royal Law was nailed to the cross -- and Christians are not obligated to fulfill it.  Quoting from Faux-Christians Who Are Not Christian

Who is a Christian?  From a biblical perspective this reality is expressed in the words: "Not everyone who says to Me, 'Lord, Lord,' shall enter the kingdom of heaven, but he who does the will of My Father in heaven. Many will say to Me in that day, 'Lord, Lord, have we not prophesied in Your name, cast out demons in Your name, and done many wonders in Your name?' And then I will declare to them, 'I never knew you; depart from Me, you who practice lawlessness!'" (Matt 7:21-23 NKJ).   If the Lord NEVER KNEW THEM, then this would mean that they were never a Christian.  Regardless of the fact that these people who called themselves Christians stood before the people -- even in their pulpits, and  "prophesied" in the name of the Lord.   They "cast out demons" in the name of the Lord.   And did "many wonders" in the name of the Lord.   They were themselves baptized.   They in all likely manner performed baptism on others who were themselves faux-Christians -- all of whom the Gospels declare were never known by the Lord, and cannot therefore even be called a Christian.  By definition, those who fail to put on the required and approved wedding garment of Spiritual Baptism, are not Christian -- or by any name, neither are they followers of Jesus.  

Who, then, has more to be concerned about after they physically pass from this life?  The complacent faux-Christian?  Or the one who rejects the dogma of Roman Emperors?  Quoting from The Causal Factors And The Corrupted Teaching On Children  

Jesus warned: "And that servant, which knew his lord's will, and prepared not himself, neither did according to his will, shall be beaten with many stripes. But he that knew not, and did commit things worthy of stripes, shall be beaten with few stripes. For unto whomsoever much is given, of him shall be much required: and to whom men have committed much, of him they will ask the more" (Luke 12:47-48). Thus, the modern Christian simply has no means to understand why and how the lukewarm believer in Christ will be beaten with the stripes of greater judgment, than the unbeliever.  So what is the fate of those who "...did commit things worthy of stripes, shall be beaten with few stripes. Because of the corruption of the scriptures and the adoption of man-made dogmatic beliefs, the modern Christian has no means to explain why the unbelievers will receive less judgment than the mainstream of complacent believers who those who knew the masters will, but did not properly prepare themselves to live in accord with the Gospel teachings, will receive the greater judgment.  In fact, these statements are in total opposition to everything that modern Christians believe.   If the unbelievers receive the lesser judgment than the lukewarm believers, then what is their fate.  From a modern Christian dogmatic perspective, that would mean the the unbelievers would inherit the Kingdom, while the lukewarm believers would not -- or at least be subject to greater judgment than the unbelievers who committed many sins. 

With respect to those believers who failed to put on the required Wedding Garment and come to TheCall ( ), in the parable of the Wedding Feast they are portrayed as the "invited guests".   There is of course the statement by Peter that confirms the statement by Paul -- i..e, "If they have escaped the corruption of the world by knowing our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ and are again entangled in it and overcome, they are worse off at the end than they were at the beginning. It would have been better for them not to have known the way of righteousness, than to have known it and then to turn their backs on the sacred command that was passed on to them. Of them the proverbs are true: A dog returns to its vomit, and, A sow that is washed goes back to her wallowing in the mud" (2 Pet 2:20-22 NIV).  Where the modern Church promotes the doctrine that they are saved by Grace regardless of the manner in which they live their lives, Peter not only states that this modern man-made doctrine is in grave error, but correctly states that: "It would have been better for them not to have known the way of righteousness, than to have known it and then to turn their backs on the sacred command that was passed on to them." Every Christian should ask themselves: How Can This Be???  How can those who have never known the teachings of Christ, be better off than those who having heard, and are complacent towards those teachings?

If the Christians in the parable of the Wedding Feast are representative of the invited guests, in the version in Matthew (22:1-14) they are utterly destroyed because of their complacency.   In the version found in the Gospel of Luke it states: "For I tell you, none of those men who were invited shall taste my banquet” (Luke 14:24) -- which provokes the question: How can the Christians who claim to be saved by faith apart from their actions -- making claim to a guarantee and free gift of salvation the moment they accept Jesus as their personal Lord and Savior -- be subject to the greater judgment because of their complacency?  Further -- and quite contrary to Church dogma -- if non-Christians were those who had not been called as invited guests -- and the non-Christians were not doomed to the destruction imposed upon the invited guests (Christians) who did not come -- the question still remains as to what is the fate of those who were cast into the "outer darkness"?  What does it mean: "For many are called, but few chosen"

If you are a blind-believing complacent Christian who embraced the re-imagined faux-Jesus of Roman Emperors, then you fate is far worse than the unbelievers.




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