Wed. Feb 8th, 2023

Here is why the Bible Contradictions Jesus’ bad decisions: Is this a sign of God? I am so confused. After my first blog, “Final proof God and Jesus do not exist”

I had quite some responses, most very positive. Some wished me the usual portion of hell and that my day of judgment will come soon.

I tried to go on the Muslim forums, but the moderator removed every post. What was I thinking, haha? One of the responses was a private message.

A religious girl said she laughed hard and understood my post as a piece of satire and humor. The contradictions which I indicated made her piss her pants.

Indeed I love sarcasm and humor, but my strong opinion is that my story would be as good as any other old story, just a story.

But for her, I will make some remarks about the Bible’s contradictions. Some of the most famous events that “occurred” according to the author/publishers of the book are called the Bible and some other “holy” books.

I pray, but nothing happens. Why do I pray if God has a plan and knows everything?            

The First smart move of Jesus.   Jesus was the new Messiah, and many in Jerusalem had already heard of him. Bible passage: Quote: Zechariah 9:9, the prophet speaks of a future king presenting himself to Jerusalem while riding on a humble donkey.

This foreshadowed something that happened about 500 years later. As explained in Luke 19:35-37, Jesus rode into Jerusalem on a donkey and presented himself as the Messiah, the King. Jesus was quite clever at the beginning of his career as the new Messiah and King. It’s like politics. You have to get as many supporters as possible.

Jesus knew about Zechariah’s prediction, so he asked for a donkey when entering the temple of Jerusalem. This would give him instantly more followers. The Friends of Jesus and his disciples would preach that the prophecy came true to the audience. The ruling holy priest of Jerusalem is watching this event (Jesus the new Messiah arrives on a donkey).

The ruling holy priest fears losing all his followers and spiritual power. How can Jesus be a king entering the holy city on a donkey? This happens a few days before the big Passover festival in Jerusalem.

The high priest of Jerusalem is not amused and sets up a trap. The Sanhedrin (Hebrew: סַנְהֶדְרִין sanhedrîn, Greek: Συνέδριον,[1] synedrion, “sitting together,” hence “assembly” or “council”). This was an assembly of twenty to twenty-three men appointed in every city in the Land of Israel.

The Romans ask The King of Kings a trick question about money.

The Romans allowed these “holy” people as long as they would not riot against the Roman empire. While Jesus was praying in public, one of the twenty-three men in order of the high priest asked a question in public. Should we pay taxes to the Romans, he asks Jesus. This was a trick question as the Romans were watching.

The questioner knew that if Jesus answered No, he would be arrested by the Romans as a troublemaker. Jesus is still clever to that point said. Please give me the coin and ask whose head was on the currency.

The answer was Cesar, so Jesus said well, give the money back to the Romans. It belongs to them (and he throws the coin to a Roman soldier). We have God as Christ’s answer. He prevents the Romans from arresting him.

However, Jesus must have partied as he makes one stupid decision after another.

When Jesus sees the market and the trade with money exchange involved, he goes ape-shit. Jesus is running around throwing the tables with money to the ground.

Screaming, you do not practice what you preach, but how did they know? Many had never heard of Jesus and were not preaching at all. They were just peasants trying to make a living. The spectacle was watched by the Romans and followers of the high priest.

A Roman commander reported to Cesar that there was a troublemaker named Jesus. The high priest was called to inform him that they would stop the Passover festival if there were riots against the Roman empire.

By now, more and more people were following Jesus. Except for all the people at the market who lost money, they did not like him so much.

The Messiah is fearmongering a child.

Now the story gets controversial as Jesus tells a little child: Quote Matthew 24:2, “But he responded, “Do you see all these buildings? I tell you the truth. They will be completely demolished. Not one stone will be left!” Now that is fear-mongering. Why would Jesus tell this to a child?

Not only that, he says it pretty loud, giving the followers of the High Priest ammunition to arrest him by informing the high priest that Jesus is threatening to attack the city. First, Jesus is careful with his response to the question. When he was asked if people should pay tax to the Romans. Now

Now Jesus makes himself and his followers vulnerable. Is he saying out loud to a child that no stone will be left standing and creating havoc at the local market?

Judas the rat, seriously?

Indeed a plan is made by the high priest to get rid of Jesus with the help of one of Jesus’s close disciples, Judas. They need Judas to rat on Jesus. This story does not make any sense.

Jesus was a public figure and preached in general, living in a tent camp outside the temple. He now had everybody’s attention, especially his enemies. One of the 23 members of the high priest’s holy temple even visited Jesus at night; Everybody knew where he was. He was the talk of the town.

Last supper, all drunk and half-naked, (source, Renata Sedmakova Shutterestock.com )

Drinking wine is now blood and eating bread is part of Christ’s body, which sounds occult to me.

Jesus sits at his famous last supper with 12 of his followers. Suddenly the vision of torture comes to him. He knows Judas will be ratting him out to the enemy.

Now the “peaceful” last supper has become a ritual for Christians. Jesus says that the wine is now his blood and the bread are parts of his body, and everybody should drink and eat this and remember him this way in the future.

That sounds very occult to me and is quite morbid (now, in church, they still have this ritual). Or maybe he was being kind. His words are/ were misunderstood. Judas later goes to the high priest and lets them know where Jesus will be going.

Indeed this is very strange as Jesus was followed by the Romans and followers of the high priest (after his threat and market stunt).  Everybody knew where he was staying.

The savior gives back a cut-off ear to a soldier.

But ok, Judas rats him out, and Jesus is arrested. During his arrest, one of Jesus’ disciples, Peter, tries fighting with the soldiers who captured Jesus. He grabbed a sword and cut off a soldier’s ear. Jesus says stop this, Peter, and tells him: in Matthew 26:52, “Put your sword back in its place,” Jesus said to him, “for all who draw the sword will die by the sword.”

All the soldiers stop as Jesus is in “command” (like in the movies). He walks up to the soldier who is missing an ear and makes a new ear appear.

That’s nice for the soldier as he can hear again and has no pain. But after that miracle, no amputee has ever grown back a limb in the last 2000 years, and still no rain for the peasants and the Romans.

Will the true religion, the only religion, now rise?

My Religion is the only true religion. All your other billions of humans believing in another religion, especially atheists, are wrong. Lazarus in Dutch means pissed drunk!

Jesus is now transported to the high priest’s holy temple and questioned. The high priest asked several questions. Jesus is silent. Then the high priest asks: are you the son of God?

Luke 22:70 “And they all said, “Are You the Son of God, then?” And He said to them, “Yes, I am.” That’s what the new American standard bible says.

The international bible version: They all asked,” He replied, “You say that I am” (colossal difference btw in translation), and in the new living version, they all shouted this.

Differences in Bible translations

What happened to be tactful? Jesus was performing miracles helping older adults who could not walk were walking again. He gives that soldier his ear back. Above all, he resurrected the dead Lazarus after being dead for four days.

Lazarus before he died: I’m nothing but a drunk. I’m nothing but a drunk to them, which reminds me of the first blog I wrote: the final proof Jesus and God do not exist, to make it even more morbid. Lazarus in Dutch means pissed drunk! In Dutch, “he het Lazarus schrikken” means you shocked, referring to a dead drunk coming back to life.

More plausible would be that Lazarus drank himself into delirium. He felt terrible, and it took him 48 hours to wake up from a coma. Then Jesus walked into his grave to help him up and walk with Lazarus outside.

Most Bible figures are drunks, criminals, and prostitutes.

Quote about (religion . org, link not works) “ADAM was a failure. Noah was a drunk. ABRAHAM was too old. ISAAC was a daydreamer. JACOB was a liar. LEAH was ugly.

JOSEPH was abused. MOSES had a stuttering problem. GIDEON was afraid. SAMSON had long hair and was a womanizer. RAHAB was a prostitute. JEREMIAH was too young.

DAVID had an affair and was a murderer. ELIJAH was suicidal. ISAIAH preached naked. JONAH ran from God. NAOMI was a widow. JOB went bankrupt. JOHN the Baptist ate bugs.

PETER denied Christ. The disciples fell asleep while praying. MARTHA worried about everything. MARY MAGDALENE was, well, you know… The SAMARITAN WOMAN was divorced … more than once. ZACCHEUS was too small. PAUL was too religious. TIMOTHY had an ulcer. AND LAZARUS WAS DEAD! –

Jesus meeting Santa Claus. They are best buddies. The Christmas celebration is one of the best consumer stunts in Christianity.

Christ Magic stopped working at the wrong moment.

Jesus, the miracle machine ran out of steam at the wrong moment!  Ok, I am drifting away from the subject. Jesus performed all these miracles to help the poor and gain more supporters.

When the high priest asked Jesus to give him proof that he was the son of God, could Jesus produce a few words just 30 minutes before he gave a soldier back his ear?

What about resurrecting Lazarus and helping all those poor people with one miracle after another? Every day, the Romans asked for rain as the city needed water. Their aqueducts gave the town water, and they had a dry season.

Rome needs rain, but Christ’s magic powers vanished.

Jesus changed water into wine and walked on water. Now a Roman asked for proof of a miracle. this is to help peasants to get much-needed moisture in the city. Jesus’s miracle machine refuses to perform. That’s terrible timing and not smart of Jesus.

He could have had the whole Roman empire and the high priest cult followed him. If Jesus just let it rain and did what the Romans were asking.

When did the Romans not ask for anything? He gave that soldier his ear back, makes no sense? Jesus changed water into wine.

Why start throwing tables to the floor with money instead of changing the money into water ( which was needed )?

Jesus Angry does not like trade and money, kicks tables

Many miracles were performed. It happens daily.

So many water miracles were performed. Moses ( book of exodus chapter 13:17. 14:29 ) even split open the whole red sea for the Israelites to escape. These are all water miracles.

Genesis 7:4 God to Noah btw Noah was also known as another notorious drunk. So he might misunderstand God as a “little.” For me, it is more of a miracle how we trust all those stories of drunken people from those so-called holy books ?).

Seven days from now, I will send rain on the earth for forty days and forty nights. I will wipe from the face of the world every living creature I have made”. God hated animals as well. They also did not pray enough to him.

I mean, no problem for God to send some rain to make all the Romans and high priests believe in his son as the new Messiah.

But no, when the high priest and the Romans asked for a sign, nothing happened! I guess the most mysterious way how God is acting is with his son. Damn,  did he take the piss?

The first miracle after Jesus comes back from death. He performs a fish miracle.

Lots of water miracles in the “holy” books. We know many horror stories. The crucifixion and Jesus dying only to be resurrected three days later.

Quote “The Gospel of John provides a few more memorable stories. First, Jesus (again, unrecognized at first) performs his last recorded miracle, overwhelming the disciples’ fishing nets with a huge catch.

Shortly after that is the moving story of Peter’s reinstatement. Peter, who had denied knowing Jesus three times during his master’s trial, is questioned by Jesus… three times.

During this questioning, Jesus gives Peter the famous charge to “Feed my sheep.”

This was very necessary for Jesus to come back. He needs his disciples to trust him. Maybe they still did not trust Jesus after all the previous miracles. Jesus desperately needed to do this.

While Jesus was back among the living, he had to do another water miracle – placing the disciples with fishing nets full of fish. What a guy!

Sorry Romans, I made a mistake.

Jesus could have popped by the Romans and the Priest after his resurrection, telling them they were wrong and that he was the son of God. Sorry Romans, for the misunderstanding. Her is some rain, no hard feelings, now follow my way.

Nope, Jesus decides to stay incognito, and instead, he puts a lot of fish in the nets of his disciples.   Matthew and Mark both close with the “Great Commission,” Jesus instructs his disciples to go out into the world and spread the good news of salvation:

How does the story end?

Jesus goes back to his father, where he stays. He’s supposed to have died for human sins, but after Jesus died, things only got worse on the planet.

The disciples do everything wrong and preach for all the poor people to give up all their possessions and money. This makes the church making the Vatican one of the wealthiest institutes in the world. The Vatican bank is rich. The Church also owns an unbelievable amount of land and property.

Jesus was throwing over some tables at the temple in his attempt to teach people about evil money. He foresaw his death and knew who would out him.

But when it comes to his teachings, his disciples all failed miserably and made the church one of the most potent wealthy institutes in the world. There is an ATM on every corner of the street.

Church Priest abusing children, the Good Sheppard failed his mission.

On top of that, many worshiping priests drank his blood, eating his body. More satanic in Ireland alone, 30.000 churches following kids who did not play with the body of Chris. They were brainwashed by the “lord” to play with the body parts of the preachers.

If that is not devil worshiping, I do not know what it is. And remember, all may have been avoided if God gave the Romans some rain instead of giving back a cut-off ear to a soldier.

In Ireland alone, 30.000 children were abused by the Priests, the church:

http://www.theguardian.com/world/2009/may/20/irish-catholic-schools-child-abuse-claims

I bet Christ would never have dreamed his disciples would make the Church so rich. They can buy off sex scandals for sums like 660 million dollars. All with money from the poor only to settle the sex scandals of the Church in 2007.

  http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/01/07/roman-catholic-child-molestation-files_n_2425444.html

Maybe the Romans were right, and Jesus was a false Messiah or his disciples. What a mess!

Many wise men were drunk those days, especially writers.

They made their father drink wine that night: and the firstborn went in. And lay with her father, he perceived not when she lay down or arose.

It came to pass on the morrow that the firstborn said unto the younger; Behold, I lay yesternight with my father. Let us make him drink wine this night also; and go thou in, and lie with him, that we may preserve seed of our father.

Father drank wine that night also. And the younger arose and lay with him. Hee perceived not when she lay down nor when she arose. Thus were both the daughters of Lot with child by their father. –  Bible : Genesis (19) : 33 – 36.

And it came to pass, when Israel dwelt in that land, that Reuben went and lay with Bilhah, his father’s concubine: and Israel heard it. Now the sons of Jacob were twelve. – Bible : Genesis (35) : 22.

Intercourse

Judah saw there a daughter of a certain Canaanite. Whose name was Shuah, and he took her and went in unto her? –  Bible: Genesis (38) : 2

They committed whoredoms in Egypt; they committed whoredoms in their youth: their breasts pressed, and there they bruised the teats of their virginity. – Bible : Ezekiel (23) : 3.

I have seen a horrible thing in the house of Israel: there is the whoredom of Ephraim, and Israel is defiled.  – Bible: Hosea (6): 10.

And he drank the wine and was drunken and uncovered within his tent. – Bible : Genesis (9) : 21.

Their children shall be dashed to pieces before their eyes; their houses shall be spoiled, and their wives ravished.  – Bible: Isaiah (13): 16.

The Bible writer loves Sex

Quote: Contrary to what you may think, the Bible has never shied away from discussing Sex. The entire Song of Solomon is dedicated to describing a couple getting it on. Complete with lines like “I am a wall, and my breasts are like towers.”

This verse is particularly explicit, though, informing us that Egyptians are hung like farmyard animals and can ejaculate in quantities to rival the annual flooding of the Nile. Read more:  

http://www.cracked.com/article_15699_the-9-most-badass-bible-verses.html#ixzz3JkubUgVK

God does not exist, the final proof! Jesus was a drunk.

https://basboon.com/god-the-final-proof-he-does-not-exist-jesus-was-a-drunk/

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