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Episode 5 · 1 year ago

The First Heresy is Back...and Deadlier Than Ever


The apostles thought they had killed and buried the heresies of the first judaizers during the Council of Jerusalem in 48 A.D. They were wrong - and the evidence is all around us.

Time for another edition of the Right Bible podcast, your weekly deep dive into the story of the very first Bible and the marcion eight Christian church. Find out more at the very first Bible Dot Org. Stripping away two thousand years a false doctrine isn't easy, but we've had lots of coffee. Now your host, Darren Klama. Hey everybody, thanks for coming back to another edition of the Right Bible podcast. I'm Darren Klama. You know, as everyone debates, if we have a fake pandemic and a fake election, we're going to take a side trip to about two thousand years ago. On our last episode we covered how and why the first Christians rejected over six hundred Hebrew laws at the council of Jerusalem and forty eight a d actually six hundred thirteen laws... be exact, and those laws are still contained as commandments in the Hebrew Bible, or what you've come to know as the Old Testament. But there's another common ground that the first Christians and the Marcian night share with the Catholic Church, and it has to do with her seat, and it should come as no surprise that it stems from the same alien religion and faith that spawned the six hundred rejected laws we talked about earlier. Now, the first documented case of heresy is found in both the very first Bible and the Modern Bible of Catholics, and it's the heresy of the Judaizers and circumcision. Circumcision cuts physically and spiritually. Is it attempts to subvert the finished work of Christ. It's a barbaric carnal mutilation that's really best left in the desert sands along with human sacrifice, burnt offerings and magic rituals. Now in the Modern Bible,... Acts Fifteen, we learn a little bit about how these judaizers operated, how they traveled far and wide seeking to poison the faith of the first Christians in the early church. In fact, they were even circulating a perverted, False version of the gospel of the Lord at that point. So these were some busy bees indeed. And we read an acts quote unquote. Certain people came down from Judea to Antioch and we're teaching the believers, unless you are circumcised, according to the custom taught by Moses, you cannot be saved. Unquote. Now, because use Paul was making such a big deal out of this. The apostles knew that the situation had to be dealt with, and it had to be dealt with quickly. So all the apostles gathered together and they decided how they were going to try to respond to this poisoning of the well, as it were, to this this new existential threat to the young... And after some time, the Apostle Peter announced their decision. Quote Unquote. Now then, why do you try to test God by putting on the necks of gentiles a yoke that neither we nor our ancestors have been able to bear? No, we believe it is through the grace of our Lord Jesus that we are saved, just as they are. Unquote. Now we're also reminded of the Apostle Paul's warning in the very first Bible. Quote Unquote. Beware of those dogs, beware of the evil workers. But where of those that mutilate with circumcision? Unquote. And we find that in Philippians three, two. And then, just to kind of put the final nail in the coffin, Paul then ended the debate with what he hoped would be a killing blow to these judaizers and their poisonous heresies, quote unquote, for if...

...righteousness come by the law, then Christ died for nothing, unquote. That's from Galatians to sixteen. And, by the way, you can find that on page seventy eight of your paperback version of the Very First Bible. If you don't have one, will have a some links in the show notes. You can you can get it for free, or you can just go to Amazon and type in the for words the very first Bible and it should be the first thing that shows up on your screen. Now, for the next three hundred years the matter was considered settled over and down. The Christians had realized that the Hebrew Bible, again, your Old Testament, was completely divorced and separate from the salvation of Jesus Christ, and there was unity in this. Unity came under the very first Bible, which was compiled later in one hundred and forty four a d for the first time we had the New Testament... toto and it consisted of the Gospel of the Lord and Paul's original ten epistles. But the danger wasn't over. Now these Judaizers, although they were gravely wounded, you know, and their own Jewish temple had been destroyed in seventy a D, and there are ten said. You could really only call it a Bolshevik style power grab that they pulled in Jerusalem. Later on, in one hundred and thirty five a D was subsequently put down and crushed by the Romans. These same Judaizers kept up their subversive, poisonous efforts to undermine the faith of the first Christians. They didn't let it go and they stayed on them. They were like zombies and they just wouldn't stop. And then finally, in three hundred and twenty five a D, they engineered a crippling, almost fatal blow against the Christians and they finally managed to insert their poisonous...

...satanic beliefs into the very bible itself. Now these same people never went away. There are even among us today, and the forms of the Evangelical Churches and people like John Hague, these are there. They're like serpents cloaked in prayer shawls and they dance on the edges of Gamatre and Kabbala and the Talmud, the same evil branches of the same heresy rejected by the apostles two thousand years ago that we just got done talking about and you can, you know, you can almost see them work in other areas of our society. Even today, I mean as you wear a mask and told where and when you can move around, as post election today, do you even wonder who your president is? I mean, the evidence is all around you. You're surrounded by it. Now in our next episode we're going to travel back to three...

...hundred and twenty five a d and find out exactly what happened during those dark days at the Council of Nice, see how these Judaizers were able to subvert the the very Bible itself. And just on a note, if you're interested in reconnecting with the faith of the first Christians and the First Bible, the very first Bible, you can learn more about the Martian night Christian church at Marcy Night Church Dot Org, Dot Org. And we'll wrap it up there with a reminder that you can get a paperback version of the very first Bible on Amazon. Just type in those four words, the very first Bible, or click on our show note links at the bottom of the page and get it for free. And of course, don't forget to like and share the video on podcast. We appreciate it in Christ. This is Darren Kolama, and we'll see you next time.

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