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The so called "Apostles of Jesus [peace be upon him]" conflict with each others:
Christians claim that every Gospel and every word in the Bible especially in the New Testament come straight from Jesus Christ, or was inspired by Jesus Christ himself. Let us examine how much of validity this claim/belief holds. In the New Testament, we find Paul opposing Peter and calling him "clearly wrong".
Saint Peter is "clearly wrong":
Let us read these verses from the New Testament "When Peter came to Antioch, I [Paul] opposed him to his face, because he was clearly in the wrong. Before certain men came from James, he used to eat with the Gentiles. But when they arrived, he began to draw back and separate himself from the Gentiles because he [Peter] was afraid of those who belonged to the circumcision group. (The N.I.V Bible, Galatians: 2:11-12)"
See also: Paul Versus the Disciples.
How about for Paul to punch Peter on the face?? That would've been "inspired", wouldn't it?
I don't think I need to elaborate more about these verses, but I would like to ask you (the Christian reader) to consider this: Imagine if Jesus approached Abraham and accused him of being "clearly wrong" or "afraid". Imagine if Moses approached Jesus and accused him for going astray.
If an apostle of GOD in the New Testament was "clearly wrong" or had gone astray, then how would it be possible for us to trust everything he says? And if so, then how would it be possible for us to take for granted everything his accuser said about him?
I find it to be quite ironic that the so called "Apostles of GOD" in the New Testament conflict with each others and charge each others. The apostle of GOD is supposedly a person who speaks nothing but the words of GOD. How in the world would it be possible for him then to do wrong or to go astray?
The people who wrote the current New Testament that we have today and called it the words of GOD are nothing but liars. Paul was not an apostle of GOD. He never even met Jesus peace be upon him in person. Not even once. How could he be then a companion of Jesus? Is Jesus trying to confuse us? I don't think so.
The Gospels of Matthew, John, Mark, etc... were not written by their Matthew John, Mark, etc... These Gospels were written by third party people. Consider this: We read from the book of Matthew so many verses such as this one:
"...And as Jesus passed forth thence, HE (Jesus) saw a man, named Matthew, sitting at the receipt of custom: and HE (Jesus) saith unto HIM (Matthew), follow ME (Jesus) and HE (Matthew) arose, and followed HIM (Jesus). (Matthew 9:9)"
Did "Matthew" write this about himself? Why then didn't Matthew write for example: "he (Jesus) saw ME, and my name is Matthew. I was sitting at the receipt of custom " etc.
Similarly, we read in the books of Moses things such as "And the LORD said to Moses...", or "Moses went to that place....", etc... We also read in the Old Testament about Moses's burial. Now if Moses alone supposedly wrote his books, then how is it possible for him to write about his own burial when he is already dead??!!
Such evidence can be found in many places throughout the Old Testament and the New Testament. The so called "Original letters/Gospels" that were written in Greek and Hebrew, were written by third party people.
It is quite obvious that Christians today believe in third party authors' words as the words of GOD. This is a very serious corruption in the Bible that must be taken into deep consideration by the Bible's followers. Please visit "Is the Bible the true word of GOD?" to see a full and complete paper about the logical corruptions in the Bible, along with many Christian famous priests and ministers opinions that agree with the Bible's corruption. I have their personal quotes in that site.
I think that we can clearly conclude from the Bible that its resources are not really valid enough nor can be really trusted, because there is a higher possibility that they were nothing but lies and deceiving to the believers.
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