Was Jesus' Message Decoded Before Entered Into Bible?

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  1. Cagsil profile image82
    Cagsilposted 8 years ago

    Hey Everyone,

    Now, I know I am not one of the favorites, when it comes to religion or the topic, but I am of the understanding there seems to be some confusion going on about Jesus' and his works.

    So, since it is common knowledge that Jesus' work was against that of the religious leaders of his time, in direct opposition of the educated elite, who believed in a false god.

    It is also common knowledge that Jesus' work was quite extraordinary and the reason behind his work has been lost.

    There happens to be a lot of people who claim to understand, but they lack the knowledge to truly understand it, because Jesus' work was encoded through metaphors and integrated into religious terminology of his time. He did it, because he did not want the Romans or anyone else to know what he was teaching to people, except for those he was helping at the time.

    So, when Jesus was executed for no crime, his work then became part of educated elite's religious scripture, so as to not lose followers and keep hidden the fact that there is no god, except that which is in US as human beings.

    With that said- Was Jesus' work decoded before it was put into the bible or not?

    You can deal amongst yourself and I am sure many will be outraged, but unfortunately history already tells us what I said is true. So, if you go based on the bible, you better damn well know if it was decoded before hand. However, since I did the research...the answer is no.

    Thus, a key is required to understand. That also means that the translation is wrong as well. Sorry to say. hmm

    However.....a thought to ponder? hmm

    1. profile image59
      paarsurreyposted 8 years agoin reply to this

      Hi friend Cagsil

      Neither the translation is correct; nor Jesus' Message in there in the Bible.

      I don't think the topic has been formulated correctly; it is only based on guesswork.

      Thanks

      I am an Ahmadi peaceful Muslim

      1. Cagsil profile image82
        Cagsilposted 8 years agoin reply to this

        You are welcome to think whatever you want. However, there isn't any form of guess work. hmm

    2. NightEmpress profile image58
      NightEmpressposted 8 years agoin reply to this

      Jesus message has nothing to do with religion.Thus it was never decoded. The NT was translated and written when Christianity began to be a huge religious movement. Jesus never wanted to create a church. He was a revolutionary.

      1. profile image59
        paarsurreyposted 8 years agoin reply to this

        Jesus never wanted to create a church; he was a Jew; what he had to do with a church?

        He wan not a revolutionary either; he just wanted to reform the Jews as he followed Moses.

        Thanks

        I am an Ahmadi peaceful Muslim

        1. Cagsil profile image82
          Cagsilposted 8 years agoin reply to this

          Glad you think so. wink

        2. NightEmpress profile image58
          NightEmpressposted 8 years agoin reply to this

          Then he was revolutionary,if he wanted to reform the Jews, which has another hidden message, that has  more to do with politics than religion.
          And when I say church, I'm talking about any kind of religious temple.

          1. Jerami profile image70
            Jeramiposted 8 years agoin reply to this

            The term Hidden message is a Church phrase. 
              All of the messages in scripture are hidden only because we have burried the message with tons and tons and tons of interpretations.

               The message is right there in front of us when we learn to see past  preconceived ideas as to what we are reading.

            More of our preconceived ideas (More Than we know) are based upon false interpretations that have been circulating for hundreds of years.  And are still blasting on the TV and radio.

               We need to hear past the noise.

      2. Cagsil profile image82
        Cagsilposted 8 years agoin reply to this

        And, I would say you are correct. The "Paul" factor is what misleads people away from understanding that Jesus' work was not originally suppose to be part of religious scripture(any form).

        So, his original message is lost among those who are religious. It's a shame. hmm

  2. Jerami profile image70
    Jeramiposted 8 years ago

    I could agree with SOME of your thesis with just a few adjustments. 
        Jesus did not teach against there being a God. He taught against the religious establishment and the way in which they ministered to the Lords sheep.
        Now if you want to direct your accusations of misrepresenting the word of God and those spoken by the disciples elsewhere, that would be a diffrent matter.

       Religiousity had it wrong while Jesus walked the earth and it is not doing any better today. That does not dispell the existence of God.
       
      That would be like;  IF you lied about your MaMa that proves that she never existed.

  3. Cagsil profile image82
    Cagsilposted 8 years ago

    roll

 
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