New Testament Lies: The Greatest Challenge to Traditional Christianity

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Sinopsis: The traditional Jesus shook the Jewish establishment with radical new ideas concerning the Jewish Law and God's grace towards man. One would expect to see this Jesus in the historical works of Josephus, who chronicled the Jewish history from the days of Adam to the mass suicide at Masada. Surprisingly, Josephus did not write one word about Jesus' life.Josephus did record the deeds of another first-century rabbi, Judas the Galilean. This Judas cleansed the Temple, took part in a Barabbas-style prisoner release, was proclaimed Messiah and led a tax revolt against Rome. Judas was even credited with founding a new philosophy."Jesus" was simply a Messianic title for Judas the Galilean. Confirming this statement, the Slavonic Josephus introduced John the Baptist in 6 AD, immediately before the tax revolt of Judas the Galilean. Using this earlier timeline, the entire story of Jesus' movement and the history of Josephus fit together perfectly.The New Testament shifted the story of Jesus forward by a generation. This deception distanced Jesus from his true identity and teachings, and also hid embarrassing revelations concerning Paul. Paul not only persecuted the Church before his conversion, he also attacked the leadership after his expulsion from the movement.

Biografía del autor: Daniel Unterbrink has dual degrees (Accounting and Education) from the Ohio State University. His passion, however, has always been the origins of Christianity. Freedom from Church and academic dogma has allowed him to explore this complex subject without prejudice. Daniel lives in Delaware, Ohio with his wife Jenny, and son, Ben.

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