Was the Apostle Paul a false prophet?

Sadly, modern Christianity deals more with the words of the false prophet Paul
rather than the teachings of Jesus. The Pharisees were the enemies of Jesus and
the enemies of truth--just as their Talmudic by-products are today. Few
Christians truly understand what the Pharisees taught because it is not covered
in the Bible. The books of the Talmud are based on the teachings of the
Pharisees. To understand why Jesus held such contempt towards this ancient sect
of elitists, Christians must have some knowledge of the books of the Talmud—a
set of 63 books written by ancient rabbis. These books contain the legal code
which is the basis of Judaism and Jewish law. It was edited centuries after the
birth of Jesus and is the textbook used to train rabbis.

In fact, Talmudic Judaism is primarily a legal system in a literal sense. It
has little to do with religion. It is more of an ancient political cult group
with many followers who are not openly Jewish. This is why so many Jews openly
claim to be Jewish and atheist at the same time. This is unacceptable in other
religions—or geniune religions, to be more precise.

Jesus was completely opposed to this political cult group and given the price
that Jesus paid for his opposition, it should be considered the highest form of
blasphemy among Christians to state that he was a Jew, as modern Christians
routinely assert. He was not! His rejection of Jewish law could not have been
stronger. This is why he was killed. This is a point that Paul tap-danced
around. Jesus was extremely wise, but he was also militant and revolutionary.
Paul was a politician.

The Jewish priests who sponsored the execution of Jesus had nothing but
contempt for him and his followers. This tradition has been continued for
centuries as the books of the Talmud were written. Here are some passages from
the Talmud which explain why Jews have been persecuted from time to time
through the past two millennia:


Paul was a Pharisee—an enemy of Jesus--who put a happy face on Christianity.
But "feel good" words do not make him a follower of Jesus. The often eloquent
words of Paul remind me of what Shakespeare wrote long ago in Hamlet:

"One may smile and smile and still be a villain."

It is time Christians everywhere—especially the Roman Catholic
Church—realize that Paul played them for fools. It is reasonable to believe
that Jesus was the son of God. It is even more reasonable to believe that Paul
was a false prophet who ignored the teachings of Jesus. Christians have become
so lost that some denominations—namely the Evangelicals—are essentially
Jews for all intents and purposes. The only difference between Jews and
Evangelicals like Pat Robertson and Jerry Falwell is that Evangelicals believe
if you repeat the name Jesus enough times, then you’re a Christian. Other
than that, they’re Jews. They ignore the teachings of Jesus, they support
Israel, and they look to the Old Testament for guidance.

When Jesus said to beware of false prophets, he was warning his followers about
the likes of Paul the Pharisee who claimed to be an Apostle.

"Beware of false prophets, which come to you in sheep's clothing, but inwardly
they are ravening wolves."


Salvador Astucia

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