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Episode · 1 year ago

The coming ban on the New Testament and its historical parallels


Given the morally bankrupt and Satanically-subverted society we live in today, it's not a question of IF the New Testament will be banned - it's simply a matter of when. In today's episode we'll look at another book that was hunted down and destroyed - ensuring you would never hear about it. Until today.

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The latest news, history and analysis from the perspective of the first Christian's tune into the FBN worldwide twenty four seven radio stream. When I first learned that Amazon and apple can and have deleted and edited the ebooks bought from them retroactively and without your knowledge or consent, a few things came to mind. But before I continue, I should add that both companies apologized for doing it, but it did lay bare their ability and eagerness to do it under the right circumstances. And by the way, you're buying a license to read those ebooks, not the book itself. That's how they justify their right to edit or delete content later. Anyway, it reminded me that pastors are being jailed and harassed for things that they say in their sermons, things involving homosexuality and the covid fraud. I wondered how long until the New Testament runs a foul of some new creative interpretation of the ADL and their socalled hate laws, hate of...

...course, being anything they disagree with with. These big tech monopolies censor and edit your religious digital library? Would they search through it with an algorithm that detas and erases offensive words and phrases. Literally alter the words of the New Testament because the ATL or a layer of bureaucrat, says so. A year ago I would have said no, but today, in our society hijacked by the Jesus killers and they're duped judaizers. We live in a culture that not only tolerates evil, it celebrates it, idolizes it. transhumanism, transgenderism, what's the latest now? Nike Satan sneakers promoted in music videos where the singer has gay sex with the devil. A country in which the Supreme Court has codified anti Christian laws. Is it really that hard to imagine someone like Alan...

Dershowitz arguing before the judges or, in our case now, arguing before the Sanhedron Council, why the New Testament should be banned? Not only is it easy to imagine he'd take the case pro bono, is he attacked this scripture, no doubt using the same reductio AD absurdum arguments he proffered in a way to justify torturing prisoners by jabbing needles under their finger nails. But, just so you don't get a bad impression, he did couch his argument by saying the needles would be sterile. What a humanitarian truly a light under the nation's how is he not gotten the Nobel Peace Prize yet? Well, in life there is mystery. In any event, it's not a question of if, it's simply a question of when they muscle the New Testament. Maybe they have...

...their hands full right now trying to get everybody injected with their new experimental bio weapon and they need to focus on that before taking on the New Testament. What will come as a shock to some is that the Hebrew Bible, what you know, is the Old Testament, will remain unmolested. You won't see Dershowitz and the Pharisees attack one of their own. That Old Testament has nothing to worry about. No, they're satanic wrath will be focused on the New Testament only, and I imagine they'll be taking careful aim at anything written by Paul the Apostle, especially first thus salonians to fifteen. I bet they can't wait to start burning that scripture in the town square, just as the Jesus killers before them did on their way to murdering fifty million Christian Russians back in one thousand nine hundred and seventeen when they called themselves bolsheviks. Today they hide behind the mask of neocons, and when that form is no longer convenient,...

...they'll find a new mass to hide behind. Is they burn bibles and murder Christians. What was old is now new again and, as regular listeners know, at Fbn we like to look at Kurrent events through the prism of the first Christians, but today we're going to flip that prism around and look at Censorship and book burnings of the first and second centuries and see if we can spot some similarities among the usual suspects. Will we find similarity among the material that has been routinely censored in banned for the last two thousand years with what's happening today? The answer is yes. And the book in question was so dangerous and so hated that it and anyone who owned a copy was hunted down, murdered and burn the book posed such a threat to world order, such...

...a growling menace to religious orthodoxy, that the world's largest church and two Roman emperor's unleashed the full might and fury of their power against it. Ancient Writers and critics like Tertullian Iranius hippolottis and Justin murder, filled the known world with books and scrolls warning against reading it. Tertullian wrote no less than five books. He spent a lifetime dissecting and attacking every word and syllable contained in that dangerous book, and over the course of two centuries they managed to find and destroy every last copy of it, even torching entire royal libraries to ensure the job had been done correctly. No, it wasn't a Dr Seuss Book. It wasn't anything that bad. In fact, you've probably never heard of it. But what subject matter would engender such a vicious, scorched earth response?...

Even gay sex videos with Satan and six sixty six gym shoes filled with human blood don't get that kind of response. I mean, this book must have been pretty outrageous. But the book was simply titled Antithesis, just that antithesis. But you may ask, if every copy was destroyed, how do we know it even exist at how do we know the title and what the subject was? After a huge church and two Roman emperors spent centuries bowing to a race from the earth, how could we possibly know? Well, the answer to that is called the law of unintended consequences. Tertullian, Eranius, hippolatus and Justin Martyr had written so extensively about the book. As they warned about it, they ended up quoting from it so much that we can actually piece together large portions of what was contained in antithesis. And because their books weren't...

...burned, antithesis ironically survived, and the subject matter was relatively simple. The book simply compared the differences we see, that we can all see today, between the deed portrayed in the Old Testament and the God revealed to us through Jesus Christ in the New Testament. The book was published in one hundred and forty four a D, and bank then there was nothing called the Old Testament. It was called the Torah, or Hebrew Bible. It would be renamed the Old Testament many years later, around the time that the slight of hand magic show was happening, what we called the Council of Nicea back in three hundred and twenty a d. all that's covered in a different episode and I'll have links in the show notes so you can check that out. The book laid out and made the case in academic fashion that the Old Testament, Colonel Dedi, could not possibly be the same Christian God we see in the New Testament. Really, it was just a simple exercise and contrast and compare,... simple that anyone who read it immediately understood it, and I mean anyone. Millions of people left the Judai's version of the Christian church as a result. It was a human wave of conversions, a mammoth sea change of ecclesiastic vision and understanding. This new church was based on the first Christian Bible, born of the Movement based mainly on the Gospel of the Lord is received by Paul the Apostle, and it was taking over the entire known world. The man who wrote the book was named Mercion of Sinope and he and his books had to be stopped at any cost. In part two of this episode will take a deep dive into the script sure, and do our own comparisons. Will we come to the same conclusion that millions of the first Christians did? Until then, you can do your own independence study at Mercy Night Church.

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