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on March 11, 2014 :
If I understand the occult superstition correctly, people who call themselves "Christians" are those who follow the teachings attributed to Jesus in The Christian Testament. The writers in this book insist that Christians must follow the teachings of Saul of Tarsus instead of Jesus. In The Christian Testament one reads that Jesus said one must follow The Law: the laws of the priests, judges, and tyrants of Judah (found in The Hebrew Testament).
Oddly enough, the writers of this book have ignored what Jesus is said to have taught, by stating the laws of Judah are obsolete.
Jesus is reported to have said his followers must keel "Old Testament" laws; the writers of this book, calling themselves "Christians," said Jesus was wrong.
Golly. Whom should I believe.....
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