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Wednesday, August 02, 2023

Who Can Cast The First Stone?

According to the Gospel of John, the Pharisees, in an attempt to discredit Jesus, brought a woman charged with adultery before him. Then they reminded Jesus that adultery was punishable by stoning under Mosaic law and challenged him to judge the woman so that they might then accuse him of disobeying the law -- i.e., "So when they continued asking him, he lifted up himself, and said unto them, He that is without sin among you, let him first cast a stone at her". It is because we don't properly translate the word "sin" in this verse, that no modern Bible reader understands what is being stated. In this case the word portrays sin in any life which the Soul has lived.  
In the words of the historian: "The disciples of Jesus were persuaded that a man might have sinned before he was born, (John, ix. 2,) and the Pharisees held the transmigration [reincarnation] of virtuous souls, (Joseph. de Bell. Judaico, l. ii. c. 7;) and a modern Rabbi is modestly assured, that Hermes, Pythagoras, Plato, etc., derived their metaphysics from his illustrious countrymen" (Gibbon; Decline & Fall). And this fact is confirmed in The Hastings-Scribner Dictionary Of The Bible (New York, 1903. Bk 4, p. 63) "To affirm that Jews in Christ's time did not believe in pre-existence is simply incorrect". The the pre-Nicene Church openly taught the pre-existent soul that evolves to Wholeness and Perfection over the course of many lives, is proven at The Pre-Nicene Church Taught Reincarnation
When rightly understood, neither could the man Jesus cast the first stone. Why? Because in order to achieve his supreme level of spirituality and consciousness, the Soul of Jesus had evolved over the course of the many lives that enabled him to fulfill the Law of God -- as affirmed by those who walked and talked with him daily wherein the affirmed that (Jesus) "...was justified by fulfilling the Law. He was the Christ of God, since not one of the rest of mankind had observed the Law completely. Had any one else fulfilled the commandments of the Law, he would have been the Christ, for they assert that our Lord Himself was a man in like sense with all humanity" (see Hippolytus, Refut. Omn. Haer. vii. 34). Hence "when Ebionites [or any other person] thus fulfill the law, they are able to become Christs, for they assert that our Lord Himself was a man in like sense with all humanity." (Hippolytus, Refut. Omn. Haer. vii. 34). Thus, the soul of the man Jesus evolved through many lives to ascend to the level where he was able to fulfill the Law of God, become Anointed/Christed, and be the first of the lost prodigal sons to be restored to the Edenic Kingdom -- which is the eventual destiny of all men and women -- as stated by Jesus: "Go instead to my brothers and tell them, 'I am returning to my Father and your Father, to my God and your God'" (John 20:17).


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