Sunday, December 30, 2012
They that are of the sons of Levi, receive the office of the Priesthood, according to Hebrews 7:5, and yes, of course. The Levitical Priests: their function and role in the Holy Temple is for them an appointment as Priests forever, for all generations, according to Exodus 40:15. That is not something you change like that overnight... Too many things are contradictory and incoherent in the New Testament. "Let your women keep silence in the churches: for it is not permitted unto them to speak; but they are commanded to be under obedience, as also saith the law", Paul wrote according to 1 Corinthians 14:34. That was not very nice said, but it's interesting to note that Paul all the time refers to the Law - but only when it suits him. It is of course impossible to tamper like that with the word of God! Paul calls otherwise the Septuagint Bible Jesus Christ used "the law of sin and death", according to Romans 8:2. Paul also calls the Old Testament commandments "the ministration of death" in 2 Corinthians 3:7. Paul also says the Jews "both killed the Lord Jesus, and their own prophets, and have persecuted us", forgetting he himself was behind the murder of the first Christian martyr, Stephen. Stephen complained the Israelites received the law by the disposition of angels, but have not kept it, according to Acts 7:53. Then Paul consented to Stephen's death according to Acts 8:1. The New Testament bears witness of God becoming man in the person of Jesus Christ. But just as Jesus Christ is the Messiah, the Old Testament is the Word of God. There is no difference between Jews and Greeks according to Romans 10:12. And indeed, in the same way that many Jews are blind for the fact that Jesus Christ is Lord God, the Greeks are blind for the fact that the Septuagint is God's Holy Word. The New Testament is like a rebellious and erroneous teenager against the father Old Testament, who always knows best. The rebellion is interesting, but there is no place for the New Testament in Temples, board rooms, or in discussions among wise and civilized persons of knowledge and temperance. The New Testament is good and interesting to read, but it is like silver, whereas the Old Testament, is the everlasting word of God, which is like gold. Only the Septuagint from the Father teaches us the right conduct for a correct human life, and makes us understand the promise of life everlasting in a true manner.
Saturday, December 29, 2012
Welcome to my new blog about the Septuagint which is the word of God. The Septuagint - the Bible Jesus Christ used - was translated from a set of Hebrew texts that are centuries earlier than the Hebrew text underlying most Old Testaments today. The Septuagint is in fact the only true Bible we possess today. The Bible was translated into Greek from Hebrew three centuries before Christ. The result - The Septuagint - is the word of the Father, the Bible, which is the eternal word of God. Jesus Christ, Who is God's Son, and also both the Creator and Father, according to the Gospel of John 14:9 - used the Septuagint of course. The New Testament is not a continuation of the Bible, but a comment based on the Septuagint Bible. The New Testament was originally written in Latin, by for the main part the Roman and Apostle Paul, who never met Jesus Christ himself. Paul was a Benjaminite and not a Jew, and many of his teachings are errors which contradict the Septuagint Bible. Christ's Apostle Peter was the first Patriarch of Antioch and became the first Patriarch of Rome 10 years later. The Apostle Peter admired the Romans and also taught many things contradictory to the word of God - the Greek Septuagint. In the Greek Old Testament we have 50 books, which include the four books of Maccabees. Both the Old and the New Testament are preserved in the Greek language. The present Hebrew Old Testament has nothing to do with the original and is only there as a witness of modern Jewish denial of Jesus Christ. The New Testament is in many ways an evil and antisemitic document. The New Testament is good to read because it bears witness of Jesus Christ, but it should not be regarded as Holy, but as a book which like the Talmud and the Koran should be respected, but which in no way replaces the true word of God only found in the Greek Septuagint. The Septuagint Bible is in fact the only book which is God's true Word to us men and which we should follow.