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The Blasphemy Of Evangelism


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The Blasphemy of Evangelism

 

Which ten commandments do you teach? Exodus Chapter 20 are not the ten commandments god gave to Israel. Those verses are the introduction to the Law of Moses. The real ten commandments are found in Exodus Chapter 34, the words of the covenant are the ten commandments. How? Because in verse 28, it says so! The words of the covenant expressed in Chapter 34, are the ten commandments. Why do you teach what you teach? Do you ever consider the notion that your religion is ruining your life? Do you ever have the thought that you have been duped into a lifetime of self-denial? It takes considerable will power to divest one's self of religious doctrine that have been taught to us day after day until we have taken them for granted as truth. When we oppose religious doctrine, we are champions of freedom of thought that allows us to understand the wisdom of the sciences that strive to understand our true purpose in the universe--to discover who we are, where we came from and where we are in the universe. Religious indoctrination rejects scientific factual data in favor of religious faith that requires no evidence of proof. Religious texts warn against following other gods but never teaches to reject wisdom but claims the acceptance of wisdom is the first step in knowing god. To reject science is to reject wisdom and to reject wisdom is to reject the intelligence god gave us. By using our intelligence instead of religious doctrine to explore our universe, we fulfill god's plan for humanity. Warnings of the bible are not against science but warn against traditional teachings that are contradictory to god's will.

 

But avoid foolish questions and genealogies and contentions, and strivings about the Law, for they are unprofitable and vain. (Tit 3:9)

 

(Jer 7:8) Behold, you trust in lying words that cannot do any good.

 

Jer 8:8 How do you say, We are wise, and the Law of Jehovah is with us? Lo, certainly the lying pen of the scribes has written falsely.

 

Add your burnt offerings to your sacrifices, and eat the flesh yourselves. For in the day that I brought your ancestors out of the land of Egypt, I did not speak to them or command them concerning burnt offerings and sacrifices...But they did not listen, they paid no heed, but went ahead with their own plans with the most stubbornly wicked and evil hearts...Speak to them but they will refuse to listen to you. Call to them but they will refuse to answer... truth has perished from their lips and it is no longer heard in the land. (Jeremiah7:21)

 

The OT prophet Jeremiah claims the Laws were lies written by scribes, words god never gave Moses. He knew that the Law was not given by god but by man. Think about how the prophet claims 'in vain do they worship me teaching for commandments the traditions of men.' God himself said their sacrifices did not please him. How can this be so if the Law he gave Moses was to be kept forever? The answer is, God never gave such laws to Moses. Jeremiah confirms this. As does the prophet Hosea.

 

Hos 6:6 For I desired mercy and not sacrifice, and the knowledge of God more than burnt offerings.

 

What knowledge of god do we then also desire? It is not the knowledge of what god is but his mind. We desire his knowledge. What does god know? We look into the realm of life and natural laws of the universe using science as a means to interpret collected data to use as evidence in support of our theories in biology, astronomy, and other sciences. We desire facts, not faith. Facts provide evidence apparent to anyone desiring to review the data. Faith, on the other hand, is subjective and dependent upon religious beliefs which vary from person to person. This makes faith unsuitable for interpreting data. Faith requires no data to support one's assertions concerning the workings of the universe.

 

And now we are learning what god knows, because of science, and we are coming closer to the ultimate epiphany, the realization that we are the mind of god. We are the Divine of two embodiments. When we are righteous in our dealings with others, then the Divine is embodied with righteousness. When we commit works of evil against each other, then the Divine is wicked. At any given moment there will be two people in opposition with each other because they believe that the Divine is an all powerful god that speaks directly to them. This is not true. The Divine has no consciousness unless two or more people ponder upon its attributes. When these two or more people become of one spirit, then the spirit is more determined to either be good or evil. Always question the motives of the Divinity that drives men towards war instead of peace.

 

If you read Romans Chapter Two, you would understand that it is blasphemy to preach the Law to gentiles. The Law was for the Jews, not the Gentiles. Gentiles prove that the law is written in their hearts because they prove this with their works. What are these works but love, mercy, and compassion. In this same vein of wisdom god claimed he desires mercy and not sacrifice. Mercy is love, compassion, and forgiveness which are the attributes of God. Mercy covers sin with forgiveness. Sacrifice brings one's sin to the attention of god and death results. God desires that man be saved from death and so he established love as a law unto itself. Against love there is no law, no punishment, no death. God desires that mercy and love trump the workings of the law that results in death. He will give glory and honor to every man who works for good. Faith without works is dead. It is not the hearers of the law who are just but the doers of the law that are just. And the greatest of the law is love, he prefers love and mercy over the workings of the law. He desires mercy and not sacrifice, go and learn what this means.

 

When someone preaches the law, they commit blasphemy because they also break the law. To say someone does not keep the ten commandments, you just committed blasphemy based on Romans Chapter Two. No where in that chapter does it say a belief in Jesus is required nor the keeping of the law nor baptism nor sacrament is required for a Gentile believer. It says that preaching the law is blasphemy. How do you reconcile committing blasphemy by your preaching? Like love, against science and wisdom there are no laws.

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