Jesus is Dead! The Bible is the word of men. Christianity is illegitimate. Evangelicalism is dangerous

Just to be clear. The fact of the matter is, Jesus is dead! the Bible is the product of the religiously addled minds of ancient men. It is a record of the superstitions of the early Israelites and first Christians. The link joining the two is synthetic based on a non literal, non historical and non contextual use of Hebrew prophecy. The men who wrote the New Testament were attempting to validate their spiritual experience from the ancient texts to give it credibility and legitimacy.

If there is a “God” and there most likely IS NOT, he is not the deity represented in the Bible. It has taken me a lifetime of exhaustive biblical and historical study to arrive at this conclusion. It is based on solid evidence gleaned from the biblical text itself. The dictates of logic and common sense also compel me to reject the infallibility or inerrancy of the Bible except in matters verifiable through the scientific method or attested to in extra biblical records. Christianity is a farsical faith based on an illegitimate use of the Hebrew writings (Old Testament) to support its outlandish claims. Jesus while of good intention, as far as Israelites were concerned, was a false prophet and a pretender messiah.

My blog is a systematic, rational, objective and critical analysis of the Bible to prove the above claims.

Published by ronarends

I was born in London, Ontario, Canada. I attended Capernwray Bible School (England and Austria), Moody Bible Institute (Chicago, Il.), the University of Western Ontario (London, Ontario), London Baptist Seminary (London, Ontario) and Dallas Theological Seminary (Dallas, Tx.). I have had several temporary jobs over the years but my focus has alway been on an investigative study of the Bible, Jesus and Christianity particularly evangelicalism. Currently editing a massive literary undertaking deconstructing Christianity and Jesus.

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