CHRISTIANS ARE NOT THE LIGHT OF THE WORLD

CHRISTIANS ARE NOT THE LIGHT OF THE WORLD

Christians today are the people who betray Jesus; but with a kiss. A blogger became so exasperated with my criticism of the Christian Church; he...

THE PROBLEM WITH PAUL (2)

THE PROBLEM WITH PAUL (2)

“The writings of Paul have been a danger and a hidden rock; the causes of the principal defects of Christian theology.” (Ernest Renan). The...

A TALE OF TWO CONTRADICTORY GOSPELS

A TALE OF TWO CONTRADICTORY GOSPELS

The true gospel empties the churches; while the false gospel fills them.   Most Christians are unaware that Paul contradicts the gospel...

THE GOOD NEWS AND THE DECEITFUL NEWS

THE GOOD NEWS AND THE DECEITFUL NEWS

Those who followed Jesus did so because of his life.  But because of Paul’s ignorance about his life, many who follow Jesus now do so because...

THE FALSEHOOD IN THE BOOK OF HEBREWS

THE FALSEHOOD IN THE BOOK OF HEBREWS

The fact that a book is in the bible does not mean everything in it is true. In the debate about sacrifices, Christians put great reliance on the...

THE SACRIFICE OF FOOLS

THE SACRIFICE OF FOOLS

To sacrifice the valuable, Jesus would have had to give up his eternal life in heaven. God said to the Israelites: “What do I care about incense...

PASTORS ARE JESUS KILLERS

PASTORS ARE JESUS KILLERS

It is these pastors that decided to sacrifice Jesus.  And their descendants are the pastors currently running our churches. Jesus is our...

JESUS CAN NEVER BE A SACRIFICE FOR SINS (3)

JESUS CAN NEVER BE A SACRIFICE FOR SINS (3)

Pastors killed Jesus in order to hijack the Church of God as their own inheritance.  Who exactly killed Jesus?  Or more precisely, who...

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CHRISTIANS ARE NOT THE LIGHT OF THE WORLD

world lightChristians today are the people who betray Jesus; but with a kiss.

A blogger became so exasperated with my criticism of the Christian Church; he decided to launch what would be the definitive counter-attack.  “Femi Aribisala,” he declared triumphantly, “is not a Christian!”  When I thought about this, I concluded that, using the same logic, the prophets of Israel were not Israelites. 

This is God’s mandate for his prophets: “Cry aloud, spare not; lift up your voice like a trumpet; tell my people their transgression, and the house of Jacob their sins.” (Isaiah 58:1).  Those who had a problem with this killed the prophets.  I have been killed time-and-again by Christians; but the Lord always raises me from the dead.

 

If my criticism of apostate Christianity disqualifies me as a Christian, then most Nigerians can no longer be Nigerians.  Indeed, where two or three Nigerians are gathered, you can be sure we are busy criticising our dear country.  However, Nigerians criticise Nigeria because we are Nigerians and not because we are not.  Add a comment

A TALE OF TWO CONTRADICTORY GOSPELS

contradictionsThe true gospel empties the churches; while the false gospel fills them.  

Most Christians are unaware that Paul contradicts the gospel Jesus preaches.  The gospel of Jesus is bittersweet; presenting great challenges to believers.  Paul’s gospel is “sugar and spice and all things nice;” offering few challenges. 

Of course, the preferred gospel is the one Paul preaches.  It is the commercial gospel, tailor-made for lovers of life.  It is enamoured by those who desire salvation but are not inclined to meet its costs.  But don’t buy the lie.  Paul’s gospel cannot save.  Jesus is our Lord and Saviour.

 

Gospel imperatives

At the centre of Jesus’ gospel is the need for sinners to repent.  Jesus says: “‘I desire mercy and not sacrifice.’ For I did not come to call the righteous, but sinners, to repentance.” (Matthew 9:13).  But Paul disagrees.  He says: “The gifts and calling of God are without repentance.” (Romans 11:29).  Furthermore, he bases his gospel on sacrifice.  Hear him: “Christ, our Passover, was sacrificed for us.” Add a comment

THE FALSEHOOD IN THE BOOK OF HEBREWS

hebrewsThe fact that a book is in the bible does not mean everything in it is true.

In the debate about sacrifices, Christians put great reliance on the book of Hebrews.  However, Hebrews is very unreliable.  It is one of those books in the bible that is full of falsehood.  As a matter of fact, there is more falsehood in Hebrews than in any other book in the bible except Romans.

 

Doctoring the Scriptures

Hebrews specialises in re-writing and falsifying the biblical record.  David says: “Sacrifice and offering you did not desire; MY EARS YOU HAVE OPENED.” (Psalm 40:6).  This quote is changed in Hebrews to: “Sacrifice and offering you did not desire, BUT A BODY YOU HAVE PREPARED FOR ME.” (Hebrews 10:5).  How can such blatant distortion still be construed as the word of God? Add a comment

PASTORS ARE JESUS KILLERS

jkillersIt is these pastors that decided to sacrifice Jesus.  And their descendants are the pastors currently running our churches.

Jesus is our redeemer.  But from whom exactly does he redeem us?  Does it make sense to presume he redeems us from God?

Some terrorists kidnapped a rich man’s children and held them hostage; asking for a ransom before they could be released?  When the incident was reported in the press, they said it was their father who kidnapped them.  That is ludicrous.  It only shows the press is controlled by the kidnappers. 

A father does not kidnap his own children, demand a ransom for their release and then pay the ransom himself to himself.  God is not the wicked one who holds men hostage.  But he is the loving Father who ransoms his children.  “For the LORD will ransom Jacob and redeem them from the hand of those stronger than they. They will come and shout for joy on the heights of Zion.” (Jeremiah 31:11-12).

It is the devil who keeps men in bondage.  It is Jesus who comes to set the captives free.  Jesus says: “The Son of Man did not come to be served, but to serve, and to give his life a ransom for many.” Add a comment

THE PROBLEM WITH PAUL (2)

problematic paul“The writings of Paul have been a danger and a hidden rock; the causes of the principal defects of Christian theology.” (Ernest Renan).

The critique of Paul’s jaundiced theology often results in a barrage of ungodly abuses and invective from Christian pretenders.  Then there are those who use Paul’s nonsensical logic to justify Paul.  They will quote to you Paul’s self-serving statement that: “The natural man does not receive the things of the Spirit of God, for they are foolishness to him; nor can he know them, because they are spiritually discerned.” (1 Corinthians 2:14).

This is a classic Pauline oxymoron.  If the natural man cannot receive the things of the Spirit, then no man can receive it because all men start out as natural men before becoming spiritual.  Paul himself, in his usual convoluted logic, admits this.  He says: “The spiritual is not first, but the natural, and afterward the spiritual.” Add a comment

THE GOOD NEWS AND THE DECEITFUL NEWS

good newsThose who followed Jesus did so because of his life.  But because of Paul’s ignorance about his life, many who follow Jesus now do so because of bogus claims about his death.   

The good news proclaimed in the churches today is false.  It is different from the one Jesus preached.  Today’s good news is the one declared by Paul: “the good news of the grace of God.” (Acts 20:24).  This says: “Rejoice: Jesus died for our sins.” (1 Corinthians 15:1-4).  Accordingly, Christians insist Jesus carried away all our sins at Calvary.  In exchange, he is alleged to have imparted to us the righteousness of God.

If this were true, it would be wonderful news indeed.  It would mean once we answer the altar-call and declare that Jesus is our Lord and Saviour; we are automatically “born again.”  We become heaven-bound because we believe and trust in “the completed works of Christ.”  Whatever happens; Jesus has done it for us.  We are saved by the magnanimity of God’s grace and not because of any works of righteousness on our part. (Ephesians 2:8).

However, the problem with this good news is that it is one big deception. Add a comment

THE SACRIFICE OF FOOLS

foolish sacrificeTo sacrifice the valuable, Jesus would have had to give up his eternal life in heaven.

God said to the Israelites: “What do I care about incense from Sheba or sweet calamus from a distant land? Your burnt offerings are not acceptable; your sacrifices do not please me.” (Jeremiah 6:20).  It is not surprising therefore that Solomon also says: “Guard your steps when you go to the house of God. Go near to listen rather than to offer the sacrifice of fools, who do not know that they do wrong.” (Ecclesiastes 5:1).  Christians would do well to heed these counsels.

 

Ungodly sacrifices

Why are sacrifices so objectionable to God?  Jesus teaches that if something is of men, it cannot be of God.  He says to Peter: “Get behind me, Satan! You are an offense to me, for you are not mindful of the things of God, but the things of men.” (Matthew 16:23).  Jesus also says if something is from men, it cannot be from heaven and vice-versa.  Accordingly, he asked the Pharisees: “The baptism of John- was it from heaven or from men?” (Mark 11:30).  Sacrifice is of men; therefore it cannot be of God.  Add a comment

JESUS CAN NEVER BE A SACRIFICE FOR SINS (3)

human sacrificePastors killed Jesus in order to hijack the Church of God as their own inheritance. 

Who exactly killed Jesus?  Or more precisely, who sacrificed him and to whom?  Most Christians seem to agree with the Old Testament notion that God is responsible for everything, including good and evil.  Isaiah quotes God as saying: “I form the light, and create darkness: I make peace, and create evil: I the LORD do all these things.” (Isaiah 45:7).  Amos speaks in the same vein: “If there is calamity in a city, will not the LORD have done it?” (Amos 3:6).

However, Jesus brings an entirely different perspective.  He tells us it is “the thief” that steals, kills and destroys.  God, on the other hand, is the giver and restorer of life. (John 10:10).  Since God does not kill, he would not kill Jesus, his only begotten son.    

But most Christians do not bother to listen to Jesus.  They not only continue to insist that God killed Jesus; they even believe God sacrificed him. Add a comment