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Worthless absolute statements of Jesus
« on: September 07, 2018, 05:41:10 AM »
As'salamu Alaikum Everyone,

Keep in mind that in the NT, people's opinions of Jesus was that he was:

1-  A drunkard.
2-  A fat person.

People called Jesus in the NT a fat drunk!  Visit:

www.answering-christianity.com/trinity_crucified.htm


Keep this in mind as you read his statements below.



Here is another brainstorm that show how worthless the Bible's New Testament's commands are.  Consider the following:

Matthew 7:1-3
"Judge not, that ye be not judged. For with what judgment ye judge, ye shall be judged: and with what measure ye mete, it shall be measured to you."

Not only he had been judging harshly everyone around him by calling them:

1-  Snakes.
2-  Wolves in sheep's clothings.
3-  Swines that trample on pearls.
4-  Dogs.
5-  Hypocrites.
6-  Unfaithful.
7-  Sons of satan.
8-  And other titles.



Fat Drunk vs Stupid vs OT vs Oxymoron:

Not only the OT's proverbs and wisdoms call for wise judgment, and to not be a fool, and to always be wise, but the statement of Jesus himself is Oxymoron; self-refuting and very stupid, because:

1-  A genuine person fears no judgment.
2-  An innocent person fears no judgment.
3-  A person who has the Truth on his/her side fears no judgment.

So the stupid statement about judge not so you would not be judged in the same way is completely worthless, and is contradicting to the Bible's proverbs.



Contradicting GOD's Design and Life:

You were created to judge!  The fact that you have to be wise, not na├»ve, aware, smart, experienced, and judge correctly all directly and entirely rely on you being judgmental.  When you choose between two things, or between people, you are judging.  When you don't invite that obnoxious relative to your wedding so he/she does not cause trouble with certain others and ruin your expensive wedding, you are judging.  When you decide on whom to include in your fellowship and "circle", you are judging.

Jesus himself judged people days and nights.  Yet, he tells everyone to not judge.




Court, Sodomy, Pigs:

What's even worse is that Jesus' worthless absolute statements truly make his commands completely worthless.  Using his logic, the court systems are blasphemies.  Now keep this in mind as we examine this next statement:

Mark 7:15"There is nothing that goes into you from the outside which can make you ritually unclean. Rather, it is what comes out of you that makes you unclean."

Not sure if he meant for this to include a penis inside his anus, but this worthless absolute statement has turned Christians into the world's biggest pigs' meat consumers.  Yet, the GOD of the OT says:

1-  Do not eat pigs' meat in Deuteronomy and Leviticus.

2-  Eating pig's meat to GOD is so detestable that it is like blowing smoke in the nose of GOD in the last two chapters in the book of Isaiah.

So judging by Jesus' worthless statements, the NT does not abrogate the prohibition of swine's meat after all.  And what does that say about the Holy Spirit's supposed inspiration and guidance to them till the End of Times?




Holy Spit or Spirit and the 12th Prince?

Jesus said that the only unforgivable sin is cursing the Holy Spirit.  If you blaspheme the Holy Spirit, then this sin will never be forgiven according to Jesus.  Yet, the NT spits in the face of the Holy Spirit!  Consider the following joke:


Jesus' heaven (mansion) has twelve thrones.  Each throne will have a prince sitting on it.  So how was the 12th prince chosen after Judas' betrayal (Jesus' judgment about this prince was wrong after all)?  They had to play a game of chance by rolling the dice to choose him:


Acts 1:26
Then they cast lots, and the lot fell to Matthias; so he was added to the eleven apostles.
 
https://www.gotquestions.org/casting-lots.html

"Question: "What was the practice of casting lots?"

Answer: The practice of casting lots is mentioned 70 times in the Old Testament and seven times in the New Testament. In spite of the many references to casting lots in the Old Testament, nothing is known about the actual lots themselves.They could have been sticks of various lengths, flat stones like coins, or some kind of dice; but their exact nature is unknown. The closest modern practice to casting lots is likely flipping a coin."

 


Holy Dollar vs Holy Spirit:

So where was the Holy Spirit in all of this?  The 12th prince had to be chosen by flipping a coin?  Yet, when it came to collecting all of the money from the masses, the Holy Spirit was always there!  Peter and others called people sons of satan for not giving up all of their wealth.  Jesus said that if a rich man does not sacrifice everything, then it is easier for a camel to go through a needle's eye than for him to enter Heaven.

And what does "everything" here mean anyway?  Another worthless absolute statement?

Yet, when it came down to selecting the 12th prince, not only there was dispute among the others on who should be selected (proving that they had no Holy Spirit), but they had to flip a coin to choose him.



Nothing but worthless lies from a fat drunk:

There is no question that the false fat drunk of the Bible is not the Isa and Messiah of Islam, peace be upon the latter.

The Glorious Quran is quite accurate when It summed up this entire falsehood in one word: Conjecture.  They indeed believe in nothing but conjecture.

All Praise and Thanks and Glory are due to Allah Almighty Alone.  Islam is the Divine Truth of Allah Almighty.  Christianity is nothing but a barrel of lies and conjecture.  Please visit the following links to see the Glorious Quran's STUNNING Numerical and Scientific Miracles that Allah Almighty Promised to reveal to us:

www.answering-christianity.com/ac20.htm#links
www.answering-christianity.com/sci_prophecy.htm

Take care,
Osama Abdallah