Is the origin of Judeo-Christianity based on the Ancient Egyptians' Religions?

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  1. Neferkaptah profile image56
    Neferkaptahposted 8 years ago

    Is the origin of Judeo-Christianity based on the Ancient Egyptians' Religions?

    Baptism, Resurrection, Salvation, the Ark of the Covenant, Judgement, Virginal Birth and Virginal Mother and the 10 Commandments, Savior, Messiah, the Principle of Good and Evil and Reincarnation.

  2. True Truthseeker profile image75
    True Truthseekerposted 8 years ago

    Of all the ancient books known to man, the Bible is the only book that explains how the universe came about. Because there are thousands of copies of manuscripts in the original tongues, the transmission of the Writings have been attested as accurate, except for a handful of late manuscripts.
    When the contents of the Bible are examined carefully, its internal harmony is incredible. The historical, scientific, prophetic content are also incredible as to their accuracy.
    During the time of Christ, the Pharisees and Saducees were not serving JEHOVAH in spirit and truth. Christ said He was sent to bear witness to truth John 18:37, John 14:6, John17:17. John 8:42
    Even during the time of the apostles, falsehood was affecting the early followers of Christ. 2 peter 2:1- 3; 1 Timothy 4:1, 2 Timothy 4:1-5, show that apostasy was predicted.
    When emperor Constantine was suppposedly 'converted', he was still venerating pagan gods and customs. At that time there were two main views by those who called themselves 'Christians'. One set held that Jesus was not God the Father, but was the highest of God's creatures, there was a time when He was not. The other set believed Jesus was God on earth. At that time there was no Trinity, as we have it today.
    The Trinity doctrine evolved over a period of time adopting Neo-Platonism, Hellenistic, philosophies of men, most noted person being Augustine.
    Today, much of what is being taught by "church goers" have been borrowed from paganism. Some of these fallacies are:
    immortal soul, rapture, Trinity, Christmas, and eternal torment.

    1. Levi Legion profile image59
      Levi Legionposted 3 years agoin reply to this

      The Bible is NOT the only ancient book telling the origin of the universe. There are many other older books. Also, historical analysis of the various Bible books prove they contain many errors and forgeries.

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    ShotgunChelleposted 8 years ago

    i think that there is a culture, or many cultures, that predate all those that we are familiar with, and that many religions, pegan or christian, as well as basic laws, are based on the concepts inherited by this antediluvian or predecessor culture(s).

  4. peterxdunn profile image59
    peterxdunnposted 7 years ago

    Yes the proof is written in stone - Jesus was based upon the much older Egyptian myth of Horus.

    The Ten Commandments was copied from the Egyption Book of the Dead.

    The Virgin Mary's character was based on Virgo: the virgin of the zodiac, with the constellation itself once representing the Egyptian goddess Isis.

    The Hebrew name for Virgo was Beth'lehem: which means 'house of bread'. Isis/Virgo was always depicted carrying a sheaf of wheat.

    Some wall art depicting Isis shows her wearing a 'throne crown'. The crown depicts the empty throne of her husband and brother: the slain - by Seth - Osiris.

    You can see this throne in the night sky - it is the constellation of Ursa Minor (the little bear). It is not hard to find as the topmost star of this constellation is the pole star. When next you look at it just imagine - you are looking at the 'seat of judgment' otherwise known as the 'throne of god' and all the stars around about are the hosts of heaven.

    There is even a theory that the name Israel is an amalgam of - Isis + Ra (another Egyptian personification of the Sun) + El (this was the Hebrew god that preceded Yahweh).


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