Friday, December 30, 2011

Did Jesus in Human Form Ever Existed before he was born by Mary

Did Jesus create his mother?

Tuesday, December 20, 2011

North Korea

Dr. Nedzib Sacirbey

Search result for: Aziza & Nedzib, activism to save lives, struggle for identity, imprisonment, medical studies, political refugees and romantic love. Aziza Alajbegovic and Nedzib Sacirbeogovic met as teen students in Sarajevo, Bosnia & Herzegovina - Aziza a studying at Sarajevo's premier Islamic madresa and Nedzib from a long lined Bosnian family. As World War II raged, Aziza initiated a rescue of around 2,000 refugees threatened with extermination and that war's extensive ethnic cleansing pogroms. They jointly strived to save the unique identity of "Bosnian Muslims" under threat from fascist and authoritarian communist campaigns after the war. Married, imprisoned, medical students and refugees, the life of Dr. Aziza Sacirbey and Dr. Nedzib Sacirbey in many ways represents the struggle of so many others at that time. Aziza passed away over 20 years earlier, sons Muhamed and Omar along with Nedzib document the life of this unique couple who are everything but the stereotype of today's image of European Islam and the identity of a pluralistic Yugoslavia then and Bosnia & Herzegovina today. FaceBook at "Bosnia TV".

The Bible

The oldest surviving complete text of the New Testament is the Codex Sinaiticus, dating back to the middle of the fourth century. The oldest fragments, the Bodmer and Beatty Papyri and Papyrus 52, date back to the second century but only contain bits of the Gospel of John. All of these texts are Greek.

Jesus's native tongue was Aramaic, and even if he knew Greek, he certainly did not speak it to his apostles, many of whom were uneducated fishermen. Without any surviving Aramaic texts, the actual words of Christ are lost forever, mired in a sea of subjective translation by ancient scribes.

The four canonical gospels did not begin their lives as the gospels of "Matthew," "Mark," "Luke" and "John." Different groups of early Christians maintained their own oral traditions of Jesus's wisdom, as writing was a specialized skill and not every fellowship enjoyed the services of a scribe.

When written accounts of Jesus's teachings began to circulate (i.e., the theoretical "sayings" gospel Q and the Semeia or Signs source), the independent groups would supplement them with their OWN traditions about the savior, each believing their own versions to be "the Gospel."

Eventually, as these expanded writings spread through other communities, some versions were viewed as having more authority than others. It was not until the pronouncement of Bishop Irenus (185 C.E.) that Christians began to accept only the four familiar gospels as authoritative, and to refer to them by their modern titles.

Bible End of time "stars falling from the sky" Matthew Nonesense

Matthew 24:29 "Immediately after the distress of those days "'the sun will be darkened, and the moon will not give its light; the stars will fall from the sky, and the heavenly bodies will be shaken.'

Monday, December 19, 2011

Trinity is rejected on Intellectual Basis

It does not hold water.

The Bible is a book of fabricated stories and fancy stories

The \Bible is collection of amazing stories and fairy tales. There are lot of narritives which were invented.

Christianity Son of God Confusion and Myth

The Term "Son of God" occurs 47 times in the King James New Testament.

eternal Son who is equal to God the Father (John 5:18-24).

It is Jesus who fully reveals the Father (Matt. 11:27).

 He is the exact representation of the Father (Heb. 1:1-3), He possesses all authority in heaven and earth (Matt. 28:18),

and Jesus had glory with the Father before the world was made (John 17:5).

The Jehovah's Witnesses go door to door, distribute the Watchtower and Awake magazines, deny the Trinity, the deity of Christ, and deny his physical resurrection.

Mormonism, also known as the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, claims to be the restoration of the true gospel and a revelation of the true God. Find out about its teachings of men becoming gods, temples, the Book of Mormon, and Joseph Smith who claimed to have seen God the Father.

Sunday, December 18, 2011

Jesus had some close friends; Lazarus and his sisters Mary and Martha. He often visited in their home.

One day Martha sent word to Jesus that Lazarus was sick, but He didn't go to them right away. He waited and during that time Lazarus died.

When Jesus finally decided to go to Bethany, Lazarus had been dead for four days. Martha heard that Jesus was coming and she ran out of the house to meet him. He was at the edge of the town, but had not entered it yet. She said that if Jesus had been there, Lazarus would not have died.

Jesus said, "Your brother will rise again." Martha thought he was speaking of the resurrection at the end of time. She didn't seem to understand that Jesus was talking about a time very soon.

Jesus talked to her about the resurrection and asked her if she believed. She said, "Yes, Lord, I believe that you are the Christ, the Son of God who was to come into the world."

Martha went to get her sister, Mary, who came and fell at Jesus' feet. She said the same thing that Martha had said, "If you had been here he would not have died."

When Jesus saw them crying, he also cried with them.

They went to the place where Lazarus had been buried. It was a cave with a stone over the opening. Jesus told them to take away the stone.

Then he prayed to God and said, "Lazarus, come out!", and from the cave Lazarus came walking out. He was wrapped up with strips of linen and a cloth around his face.

Jesus said, "Take off the grave clothes and let him go."

Mary and Martha and their friends were so happy. Lazarus was alive and back with them again! After this, many of the Jews believed on Jesus.

Saturday, December 10, 2011