Saturday, April 8, 2017


As per Gospel Tales- the purpose is to make the Dead man as the expected Messiah (King of Jews) Or Christ. The King of Jews was expected from the Clan of David of Hebrew Biblical Stories. Events of Jesus life had to fulfill those- so accordingly Story of Gospel were made, which confused the reader whether Jesus of History is just a fabrication.
LET US ANALYSE Few Gospel Events and PROPHECY Fulfillment techniques used.

  Matthew 1:18 This is how the birth of Jesus the Messiah happened. His mother Mary was engaged to marry Joseph. But before they married, he learned that she was expecting a baby. (She was pregnant by the power of the Holy Spirit.) 19 Mary’s husband, Joseph, was a good man. He did not want to cause her public disgrace, so he planned to divorce her secretly.
20 But after Joseph thought about this, an angel from the Lord came to him in a dream. The angel said, “Joseph, son of David, don’t be afraid to accept Mary to be your wife. The baby inside her is from the Holy Spirit.21 She will give birth to a son. You will name him Jesus. Give him that name because he will save his people from their sins.” 22 All this happened to make clear the full meaning of what the Lord said through the prophet: 23 The virgin will be pregnant and will give birth to a son. They will name him Immanuel.”  (Immanuel means “God with us.”)
fMatthew story composer is supposed to use the quotes from Isaiah, now we give few more verses that should happen after few years of the birth of that boy, did any of these things happened in Jesus life-time? No. Nothing happened Romans they feared did not leave.
 Isaiah 7:13 Then Isaiah said, “Family of David, listen very carefully! Is it not enough that you would test the patience of humans? Will you now test the patience of my God? 14 But the Lord will still show you this sign: The young woman is pregnant  and will give birth to a son.   She will name him Immanuel.  15  He will eat milk curds and honey as he learns to choose good and refuse evil.16 But before he is old enough to make that choice,  the land of the two kings you fear will be empty.

We have used ERV an the TRANSLATOR Uses Young Woman and not Virgin, because that is what is in HEBREW Original. Gospel Tale authors are all Greeks who used Greek translation's wrong verse. Joseph was a Hebrew and Even if you take the Tale seriously the Angle must have quote Hebrew Original and not wrong LXX.

JOSEPH of Matthew stories- From Bethlehem- Son of Jacob, did not written from Egypt to Bethlehem, but went to Nazareth as below.
 Matthew 2:19 While Joseph was in Egypt, Herod died. An angel from the Lord came to Joseph in a dream 20 and said, “Get up! Take the child with his mother and go to Israel. Those who were trying to kill the child are now dead.”  21 So Joseph took the child and the mother and went to Israel. 22 But he heard that Herod Archelaus was now king in Judea. Archelaus became king when his father Herod died. So Joseph was afraid to go there. Then, after being warned in a dream, he went away to the area of Galilee.23 He went to a town called Nazareth and lived there. This gave full meaning to what God said through the prophets. God said the Messiah would be called a Nazarene. 
 Galilee was ruled by Herod Antipals that means this claim fear of Son of Herod -reason is more Fictious.
Nazareth- the town is never named earlier than 3rd century; and there is nowhere in OLD Testament. Matthew plainly lies.
The nature of Matthew’s Pesher is best illustrated by 2:23, which states that Jesus settled down in Nazareth  “that what was spoken by the Prophets might be fulfilled, ” namely “HE” SHOULD BE CALLED A NAZARENE”; now here is the Old Testament we do not have such a statement. Page -16; Companion to New Testament- K.Luke.
How Come Nazareth enter Gospel stories?  
 John 19:19 Pilate told them to write a sign and put it on the cross. The sign said, “ jesus of nazareth, the king of the jews. 20 The sign was written in Aramaic, in Latin, and in Greek. Many of the Jews read this sign, because the place where Jesus was nailed to the cross was near the city. 21 The leading Jewish priests said to Pilate, “Don’t write, ‘The King of the Jews.’ But write, ‘This man Claimed, I am the King of the Jews.’” 22 Pilate answered, “I will not change what I have written.”
THE ORIGINAL MUST BE JESUS the NAZERENE, But Greek Story authors misunderstood it as a City name and came all this tales
Luke 4:16 Jesus traveled to Nazareth, the town where he grew up.
28 When the people in the synagogue heard this, they were very angry.29 They got up and forced Jesus to go out of City. Their City was built on a hill. They took Jesus to the edge of the hill to throw him off. 30 But he walked through the middle of the crowd and went away.

 Nazareth is not mentioned in pre-Christian texts and appears in many different Greek forms in the New Testament. There is no consensus regarding the origin of the name.
James F. Strange, an American archaeologist, notes: “Nazareth is not mentioned in ancient Jewish sources earlier than the third century AD. This likely reflects its lack of prominence both in Galilee and in Judaea.”[39] Strange originally calculated the population of Nazareth at the time of Christ to be “roughly 1,600 to 2,000 people” but, in a subsequent publication, revised this figure down to “a maximum of about 480.”[40] In 2009 Israeli archaeologist Yardenna Alexandre excavated archaeological remains in Nazareth that might date to the time of Jesus in the early Roman period. Alexandre told reporters, “The discovery is of the utmost importance since it reveals for the very first time a house from the Jewish village of Nazareth.”[41]
From the following [42] verse in the Gospel of Luke:[And they led Jesus] to the brow of the hill on which their city was built, that they might throw him down headlong.[Lk. 4:29]
The Gospel of Luke suggests that ancient Nazareth was built on the hillside. Historic Nazareth was essentially constructed in the valley; the windy hilltops in the vicinity have only been occupied since the construction of Nazareth Illit in 1957. From the ninth century CE tradition associated Christ’s evasion of the attempt on his life to the ‘Hill of the Leap’ (Jabal al-Qafza) overlooking the Jezreel Plain, some 3 km (2 mi) south of Nazareth.[43]
A Scholar who exposes that Nazareth coverups and frauds by Church Archaeology - 
Nazareth village shown is not on Hill valley as per Luke and was never occupied, gospel story writers. 
APOSTLES Were Picked up by Jesus only after his Baptism and they knew only those tales as confirmed here.
Acts 1:21-22 “So now another man must join us and be a witness of Jesus’ resurrection. He must be one of those men who were part of our group during all the time the Lord Jesus was with us. He must have been with us from the time John was baptizing people until the day when Jesus was carried up from us into heaven.”  
These TALES OF BIRTH ARE ALL JUST MADE-UP Stories and not from any happenings.

As per Matthew, before death of Jesus, Judas himself Hangs and dies as Suicide. The Jewish Bishops take that money and buy land for Non-Jew Burial Ground.


 Matthew 27  Judas Kills Himself
Judas saw that they had decided to kill Jesus. He was the one who had handed him over. When he saw what happened, he was very sorry for what he had done. So he took the 30 silver coins back to the priests and the older leaders. Judas said, “I sinned. I handed over to you an innocent man to be killed.” The Jewish leaders answered, “We don’t care! That’s a problem for you, not us.” So Judas threw the money into the Temple. Then he went out from there and hanged himselfThe leading priests picked up the silver coins in the Temple. They said, “Our law does not allow us to keep this money with the Temple money, because this money has paid for a man’s death.” So they decided to use the money to buy a field called Potter’s Field. This field would be a place to bury people who died while visiting in Jerusalem. That is why that field is still called the Field of Blood. This showed the full meaning of what Jeremiah the prophet said: They took 30 silver coins. That was how much the people of Israel decided to pay for his life. 10 They used those 30 silver coins to buy the potter’s field, as the Lord commanded me.”

Acts Story (Luke)
Judas after death of Jesus on his own buys a land and Dies bursting- as blood flew, the land was used for Non-Jew Burial Ground. 

 Acts 1:16 “Brothers and sisters, in the Scriptures the Holy Spirit said through David that something must happen. He was talking about Judas, one of our own group. Judas served together with us. The Spirit said that Judas would lead men to arrest Jesus.” 
18 (Judas was paid money for doing this. His money was used to buy him a field. But he fell on his head, his body broke open, and all his intestines poured out. 19 And all the people of Jerusalem learned about this. That is why they named that field Akeldama, which in their language means “field of blood.”)

 One can die only once. Which story is right and both tales say PROPHECY IS FULFILLED.
All Meaningless Stories to make Deadman Jesus Noble and Divine.

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