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( Dear readers kindly note  – that after years of research and personal investigations into Judeo-Christianity in Northern Africa, Middle East & Europe, today I am finally publishing an article and a great eye opener on Christianity. This is my first step to de-conversion from the most atrocious religion of all time called Christianity.I will no longer write pro-Christian articles on this website anymore, but at the same time I am not deleting any of my earlier articles on Christianity. Readers are advised to kindly read this and the forthcoming articles with an open mind, you are free to comment or to ask me questions, or debate with me on this topic and all your comments will be posted. At no time do I intend to take away my readers from their faith or to leave Christianity and after this exposition of Christianity I have become more closer to the nature God, whose creation and existence can be felt by everyone . Its difficult to perceive God as male or trinity or closed in a temple or church. The very books of scriptures coming out of middle east always keeps the followers bounded in blind faith in the wrathful God and a damnation to Hell. I accept that Gods greatest gift to us is our knowledge and our free wil, which we should exercise with great responsibility and not through religious dogmas. I had enough of this Church lies and fables that has stopped the growth of human beings for last 2000 years and due to which we have been destroying nature, hating everyone around and killing in the name of religion Alarmingly my in-depth studies in Egyptology and Astronomy lead to to discover that the Bible stories are nothing but fables from ancient Egypt, Greek,Rome, Babylon reproduced as a historic fact. Although this Biblical historic fact doe not sreve any reasoning outside the scriptures and one can only render it back to the ancient Egyptian mythologies. We have so strongly led to believe that out of some many religions in world only ours is true. Its time to really get closer to natural God and stop this insane religious madness

. I received a good response for my earlier article on THE BOOK OF REVELATION FRAUD, therefore I am going to post more evidences and arguments on the MYTH OF CHRISTIANITY and the existence of JESUS CHRIST. This post is just the start of my age of realisation and away from blind faith, ignorance of Christian belief and all the unnecessary Christian preachings.)


The most important character of the Bible, Jesus Christ has been regarded with high  esteem. He has been a moral teacher, prophet, God, holy spirit, alpha, omega, son of God, healer, exorcist, etc for last 2000 years. Even many non-Christians think that he gave an admirable example of moral living. Although his historic existence is unavailable outside the canonical gospels and there is not even single notable historian of his time that ever mentioned about Jesus Christ in their writings. I wonder why such a charismatic leader or son of God didn’t find himself in substantial history books. Even the authors of the four gospels, namely Mark, Mathew, Luke & John cannot give an account of Jesus Christ as their eye witnesses. Regardless of Jesus Christ existed or not, I felt it compelling to examine his wisdom and morality of his nature from the Bible. I have been in the Bible studies last three decades and over a decade preached the word of God , as its described to be the word of the Biblical God. I was always caught up off-guard when the young ones or teenagers asked me certain questions referring to the Bible and how I was unable to reply them, eventually dodged them with my own interpretations. I am sure many other preachers, pastors, priests do the same when they are asked conflicting sentences from the Bible. However, when I raised these questions to several other experienced pasters, Catholic priests, Bishops, preachers they have all given me answers which were their own interpretations and contradictory from each other. Today I am free from this idiotic Christian dogma and this freedom has opened my eyes from this blind faith of ignorant people. Biblical scholarship in last hundred years has not yet reached the common people and thus millions of people around the world do not realise the inconsistencies & contradictions of the Bible. Basically the billion Christians around the world , I wonder if even a million have ever fully read and understood the Bible. Most Christians are living a Christian life just because of damnation that they will go to hell if not believed in Jesus or plainly because they were born to Christian parents. Politicians, businessmen and tyrants throughout history have misused Bible for their own interests and the Christians have on their hand more bloodshed than any other religion throughout history. Offcourse I will cover that in-depth in my next articles , but today lets examine if we should really admire Jesus Christ, Son of God or God.

The Gospels of the New Testament portray Jesus as vengeful, demeaning, intolerant, and hypocritical. In one section Jesus calls for love of enemies, yet in another to slay them. He tells others to not use hurtful names, yet he called others fools, dogs, and vipers. He calls for honoring parents in one verse, yet demands hate toward family members in another. Some of Jesus’ words against his adversaries depict what some would call anti-Semitism. Indeed, the verses of the New Testament have fueled the flames of anti-Jewishness for centuries.

The following gives a brief look at the Biblical evidence about the claims of Jesus with quotes from the King James bible (the most used bible in the world). If the reader utilizes self-honesty, the realization will come that the deeds and questionable wisdom of this Biblical character does not merit the admiration that so many have bestowed upon him.


Matthew 10:35-36

If any man come to me, and hate not his father, and mother, and wife, and children, and brethren, and sisters, yea, and his own life also, he cannot be my disciple.

-Luke 14:26

Note: A few desperate apologists attempt to dismiss the verse above claiming that the word ‘hate’ here really doesn’t mean what it says. The problem with this approach boarders on complete deception and the ironic dismissal of the Bible and Biblical scholarship. The word ‘hate’ here comes from the ancient Greek word ‘miseo’ which means hate (from the primary ‘misos’ [hatred]). If any synonym could substitute for this word, it would come from a word like ‘detest,’ ‘loath,’ or ‘despise.’ Moreover, virtually all Bibles translate the term as hate. To deny this intent means to deny the Bible and the alleged word.

Christians in last century have been speaking so much of family values, but there is so much to say from Jesus Christ that he is going to bring each other against within their families. What kind of moral teacher would say something like this in a sane world. Jesus referred his mother by ‘woman’, not as mom, mother or anything that a mother was called by her son in that period in Israel. He never got married, we don’t hear that he ever had friends , only after the age of 30 he had disciples, he never feel in love with a woman, neither we read about his relationship with his siblings.  What instructions of family values can a person of such character give to others, on the other hand we have clear-cut supposedly words of Jesus in Bible which doesn’t display anything positive on family values. Although there is nothing mentioned about his personal life in the Bible, but yes, the gospel writers do know what communication Jesus was having with God in private. I wonder how would someone know that. For the matter of fact the gospel writer even go to mention Jesus’ thoughts. How can someone , if Jesus existed write exactly what Jesus was thinking in his mind. All these sentences in the new testament only lead us to a concept known as ‘Mythological writings”.

I can hardly take any example on family values from this so-called Prince of Peace. He speaks only about divisions within the family and to leave the family to join him in his heaven in second life.

What would you think of a Christian boss who rebuked a worker for wishing to bury his recently deceased father and instead, insisted that the worker follow him? According to the Bible, Jesus responded to a request from a disciple who wished to attend to his father’s funeral:

But Jesus said unto him, Follow me; and let the dead bury the dead.-Matthew 8:22

When a man decided to follow Jesus, he wanted to say goodbye to his family (Luke 9:61), but instead of leniency, Jesus replied to him:

…No man, having put his hand to the plough, and looking back, is fit for the kingdom of God.-Luke 9:62

Jesus appears rude to his mother when he says:

Woman, what have I do to with thee?-John 2:4

You won’t see anti-abortionists citing this verse. It applies to Judas; note how the last part plays right into abortion:

The Son of man goeth as it is written of him: but woe unto that man by whom the Son of man is betrayed! it had been good for that man if he had not been born.-Matthew 26:24 [bold characters, mine]

The so-called morality of Jesus teaches hate, and abstinence against members of the family and advises against marriage. Indeed, if everyone on earth followed the virgin Jesus’ life to a tree, not only would we have no families, but the entire human species would become extinct within a generation. Anyone who wishes to hold the concept of a family as a moral imperative must abandon Jesus’ example.

Many Christians and non-believers alike extol the virtues of living peacefully, yet the Biblical Jesus makes it abundantly clear that he did not hold to this concept:

Think not that I am come to send peace on earth: I came not to send peace but a sword.-Matthew 10:34

So much for the peace on earth stuff we keep hearing about from uninformed Christians.

Then said he unto them, But now, he that hath a purse, let him take it, and likewise his scrip; and he that hath no sword, let him sell his garment, and buy one.-Luke 22:36

Although an all-powerful God could stop violence of man against man, Jesus accepted the concept of war with these admissions:

And ye shall hear of wars and rumors of wars: see that ye be not troubled: for all these things must come to pass, but the end is not yet. For nation shall rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom.-Matthew. 24:6-7 [also see Mark 13:7-8]

During his “trial,” Jesus explained to Pilate that if his kingdom came from this world, his servants (followers) would fight to prevent him from being delivered to the Jews:

If my kingdom were of this world, then would my servants fight, that I should not be delivered to the Jews.-John 18:36

Jesus offers no advice for disarmament or how to achieve peaceful coexistence. Instead, throughout history one can find a plethora of examples of the Church using Biblical verses to justify wars, inquisitions, and violence against man. Anyone who comes with the intent of a “sword” instead of peace can hardly give an example of living peacefully on Earth. Jesus tells us not to feel troubled and that war must occur. Belief in these words virtually allow wars to occur. Although many extremists, racist groups, and terrorists may admire Jesus for his call for armament, the majority of people do not realize the influence that Jesus’ words have on believers who accept violence after having studied the Bible. Jesus does not deserve the title of Prince of Peace* or our admiration for his war-like views.

* Note: The title, “Prince of Peace” does not appear anywhere in the New Testament and only appears once in the Old Testament (Isaiah 9:6). In spite of Christians who like to believe the Isaiah verse refers to a prophetic statement about Jesus, the Hebrew scholars tell us the Hebrew verbs in Isaiah 9:6 appear in the past tense. The title refers to the prophecy, not necessarily the man as it could refer to any number of kings, past or future (many other ancients also commonly referred to favored kings as the ‘Prince of Peace’). It also bears importance that the title directly contradicts the Gospels own account of the alleged Jesus who claimed he did not come for peace (see the verses above), which would have made the alleged prophecy an outright falsehood. Moreover, nowhere in the New Testament does Jesus ever get referred to as Counsellor, or everlasting Father (Jesus represents the Son, not the Father), nor did he set up a government of peace (Isaiah 9:7). On the contrary, only intolerance and wars resulted from belief in Jesus. If you wish to see Jesus as a prince, perhaps Prince of Darkness describes him better.

Many Christians believe that Jesus represents God, or God sent to earth in human form, or as a component of the Trinity. If people believe this, how many of them realize that the Old Testament gives many examples of God ordering or personally murdering innocent men, women, and children, along with the destruction of cities, buildings, and other religions? The following gives just a few examples:

…the LORD smote all the firstborn in the land of Egypt…-Exodus 12:29

Ye shall utterly destroy all the places, wherein the nations which ye shall possess served their gods, upon the high mountains, and upon the hills, and under every green tree:
And ye shall overthrow their altars, and break their pillars, and burn their groves with fire; and ye shall hew down the graven images of their gods, and destroy the names of them out of that place.-God in Deuteronomy 12:2-3Now go and smite Amalek, and utterly destroy all that they have, and spare them not; but slay both man and woman, infant and suckling, ox and sheep, camel and ass.

-God in I Samuel 15:3

Therefore, if you believe that Jesus equals God in the flesh, then Christ must hold responsibility for the death, destruction, and intolerance practiced throughout the Old Testament.

However, some Christians do not believe in the Trinity or that Jesus equals God but rather that he lived as a flesh and blood man created and sent from God. Unfortunately, this does not dismiss Jesus from his admission towards killing. According to the New Testament, Jesus upholds all the laws of the Old Testament:

Think not that I am come to destroy the law, or the prophets: I am not come to destroy, but to fulfil. For verily I say unto you, Till heaven and earth pass, one jot or one tittle shall in no wise pass from the law, till all be fulfilled.-Matthew: 5:17-18

To fulfill all the laws of the prophets means that Jesus must have approved of all the “lawful” atrocities, including Deuteronomy 12:2-3 or the killing of all unbelievers (Deuteronomy 13-5-9), and all the other intolerant laws of the prophets.

Killing appears quite acceptable to Jesus, not only for himself, but as ordered by him (as the nobleman) in this parable:

But those mine enemies, which would not that I should reign over them, bring hither, and slay them before me.-Luke 19:27

The red letter edition of the King James Bible has Jesus making a remarkable statement towards the killing of children:

And I will kill her children with death…-Revelation 2:23

Not only does the Biblical Jesus make the claim to kill children but supposedly it serves to punish the mother (the prophetess as the metaphorical Jezebel) for committing adultery. Few people hold to the concept of punishing innocent children for the wrongful acts of their parents. This sickening performance by Jesus hardly gives us a reason for admiration. On the contrary, it appears loathsome and thoughtless.

Note: Some interpret Rev. 2:23 as a metaphor for the “children” (people) who followed the “heathen” religion (especially in Asia Minor). However, this would imply an even worse and deplorable atrocity. This would involve Jesus in the murder of hundreds, if not millions, of deaths of people who followed non-Christian beliefs, and of course would include children as well as adults.

Jesus, Satan, or both?

The following will no doubt upset many naive Christians, but if anyone wishes to indulge in Christian lore, the image of Jesus and God has an amazing twist that few Christians realize or want to think about. It begins from two incredible verses from the Old Testament :

AND Satan stood up against Israel, and provoked David to number Israel.-I Chronicles 21:1AND again the anger of the LORD was kindled against Israel, and he moved David against them to say, Go, number Israel and Judah.

-II Samuel 24:1

Either the above examples give evidence for a grand error (or fiction) in the Bible or else we have Satan and the Lord as the same entity! Also from the Old Testament we have the revelation of the creator of evil:

I form the light, and create darkness: I make peace, and create evil: I the LORD do all these things.-God in Isaiah 45:7

How many Christians realize God as the creator of evil? And if you believe that Jesus equals God in the flesh, then Jesus must also hold responsibility for the creation of evil. (See also evil and good from God: Lamentations 3:38-39)

Now here comes an even more shocking Bible realization: the name “Lucifer” (another name for Satan) means light bearer, or morning star.

On the very last page of the Bible Jesus reveals himself and provides the amazing kicker ending of the entire “Holy” Bible:

I am the root and offspring of David, and the bright and morning star.-Revelation 22:16

And the very last words of Jesus in the Bible, makes it the greatest and longest lived lie of all time (something only a devil would say):

  Surely, I come quickly.-Revelation 22:20

Perhaps the reader will now understand why some Satanist cults use the same Bible as the Christians.

Note: The idea of the name Lucifer as synonymous with Satan goes back for centuries. In Isaiah 14:12, St. Jerome, translated the Hebrew word for “morning star” into the Latin term “Lucifer” (light bearer), a name commonly ascribed to Satan by Christians, and represents the fallen star, an ancient symbol for the fallen or evil one. In the NRSV Bible version, Isaiah 14:12 describes the fallen as “O Day Star, son of Dawn!” The Day Star, or morning star actually refers to the planet Venus, although, of course, the ancients did not know about planets. Venus always appears low on the horizon and the ancients thought of it as a star fallen from heaven (fallen angel). Venus also appears as the brightest “star” in the sky, thus the reference to the “bright and morning star” in Rev. 22:16. Although the Isaiah verse describes the fallen king of Babylon, Christians have, for centuries, ascribed Satan as taking many forms (for example the serpent). Thus, a conclusion, based on Christian beliefs of Satan, and the belief in the “inerrancy” of the Bible, one must conclude that Jesus has revealed himself as Satan!

Although a believer might find comfort in some of Jesus’ words, it should serve as a reminder that just because a man appears righteous does not necessarily mean he always practices it. Imagine observing a man who tells the truth most of the time but occasionally tells a hurtful lie. Should we not feel wary of such a person? Or if someone breaks his promise, should we not feel cheated? Especially if that person calls himself the Son of Man, we should expect him to act perfectly all the time, not just some of the time. His saying should reflect consistency, giving no hint of hypocrisy. However, the main character of the gospels, Jesus “Christ,” gave no hint of consistency. The performances of Jesus describe the actions of a con-artist, gives obvious half-truths and then promises them salvation for their sacrifice. Moreover, the Biblical Jesus gives wrongful information, breaks promises, lies, calls people unsavory names, orders killings, and threatens to kill children. He gave questionable advice about income, marriage, and future plans and he ended his short life in tragic suicidal death. As David Hume wrote, “A man delirious, or noted for falsehood and villainy, has no manner of authority with us.”

Many Christians object to any criticism of their religion where they see only the bad without the good. But imagine that I saw a friend about to drink a poisoned glass of milk, even if the poison represented only a small percentage of the whole. Should I include the nutritious aspects of the milk in my warning? Of course not. And although I might replace my friend’s poisoned milk with a glass of pure milk, this cannot be done with the Bible without acting dishonestly or ignorantly to the alleged infallibility of its words. And mind you, the problems do not come from a small percentage of the whole, but the majority. One obvious solution exists: reject the Bible as an honest attempt to get at the truth. It must come with an honest and brave look at the flaws of its central protagonists, Yahweh and Jesus.

Jesus claimed to have performed miraculous cures, turned water into wine, raising Lazarus to life, etc., but even a mediocre magician could perform the same “miracles.” The education and world knowledge of Jesus does not remotely compare with that of an average high-school graduate of today. Although the peasant Jesus supposedly read and spoke Aramaic as well as Hebrew and possibly Greek, no writings from the alleged Jesus exist. He originated no new information, no new morality or solutions to the world. His most original aspect, perhaps, went towards expanding the horrific idea of the damnation of Hell, a dubious honor to behold. He had only rudimentary knowledge of his world and certainly no scientific sophistication. In short, nothing about Jesus appears extraordinary and the words of the Bible give no reason for any special esteem.

Belief and faith can have such a powerful hold on many Christians that it sometimes resembles an addiction to a powerful drug. In such cases, nothing can shake the addiction to their belief in Jesus, regardless of the teeth of Biblical evidence against him. But remember that just a few decades ago, a man named Hitler also held a fascination by faithful followers. Although, Hitler fought against Jews and created war, many followers dismissed these things for what they saw in him as “good.” Hitler himself said “I am acting in accordance with the will of the Almighty Creator: by defending myself against the Jew, I am fighting for the work of the Lord.” (Mein Kampf). He held a love for the German people and brought them out of poverty, acted kindly towards pet dogs, and ate as a vegetarian. Should we ignore the atrocities from Hitler and honor him? Of course not. And neither should we do the same from a character from any book, including the Bible.

The problems of belief do not come from Bibles, Jesus, or Satan but rather from human gullibility. We have a tendency to believe that ideas and words equal great truths. But words cannot convey ultimate truths anymore than a map can serve as the territory. All words, written or spoken, represent abstractions. Beliefs play out a dangerous aspect of humanity and the responsibility for them must lie with those who believe. Megalomaniacs like Hitler could not have gotten into power without the faith of millions of people. So also, the beliefs in the Biblical Jesus can influence the trigger of the greatest destruction of all: the self-fulfilling prophesy of the end of the world. Let us hope that we gain the ability to use our reasoning ability instead of naive unexamined belief for such a flawed character in a book.

Readers should note that I do not want to take them away from God, I still and will always believe in God as creator, as the elements of life, as mother nature and I can see God everywhere around through the magnificient works. This article is just a short narration of my detailed study and research which comes basically from the Christian churches, monasteries, schools of Theology around Europe and Middle East. The research is not at all derived from non-Christian sources or Satanists. Remarkably the top guys in vatican, schools of Theology , they all know about this fraud. My research comes directly from these guys ( who are adored a best Christians by the world ) . This is not a research from internet, but on evidences and substantial truth.

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