Christians have been deceived and here is the evidence. If you are a believer in Jesus and won’t examine the evidence in this video then you will have a hard time convincing me that you are not choosing to be deceived.
Is your eternal destiny worth an hour and twenty three minutes or will you choose to scan the internet for cute little kittens or quaint little quips instead.
I hate to be blunt. But have you ever thought about what will happen to you if you close your eyes for the last time and you have lived your life without carefully examining what you believed and you were sincerely wrong about Jesus. There are reasons why you have doubts.
Watch the evidence by clicking this link below.
Here is more information about the producer of the video.
This is from the back cover of the book that the video is based on.
“Challenging and provocative. If what Joseph Atwill is saying is only partially true, we are looking into the abyss.” — Robert Eisenman, author of “James the Brother of Jesus”
Was Jesus the invention of a Roman emperor? The author of this ground-breaking book believes he was. “Caesar’s Messiah” reveals the key to a new and revolutionary understanding of Christian origins.
The clues leading to its startling conclusions are found in the writings of the first-century historian Flavius Josephus, whose “War of the Jews” is one of the only historical chronicles of this period. Closely comparing the work of Josephus with the New Testament Gospels, “Caesar’s Messiah” demonstrates that the Romans directed the writing of both. Their purpose: to offer a vision of a “peaceful Messiah” who would serve as an alternative to the revolutionary leaders who were rocking first-century Israel and threatening Rome.
Similarly, “Caesar’s Messiah” will rock our understanding of Christian history as it reveals that Jesus was a fictional character portrayed in four Gospels written not by Christians but Romans.
About the Author
Joseph Atwill is the author of “The Roman Origin of Christianity” and “Caesar’s Messiah”. A German edition of “Caesar’s Messiah” has been published by Ullstein under the title: “Das Messias Ratsel – (The Messiah Puzzle)” and will be released in September, 2008.
- credit is given to email@example.com, who gives at least half of the credit to Rabbi Tovia Singer.
The Challenge: Simply & honestly answer these questions:
… WITHOUT taking anything out of context, mistranslating, or imposing a pre-conceived notion. (All chapter and verse numbers are according to Christian bibles.)
Why does the subject of 2 Sam. 7.14 “commit iniquity,” if, according to Hebrews 1.5, this is Jesus?
Why does the speaker in Psalms 41.4 say, “I have sinned against Thee,” if, according to John 13.18, this is Jesus?
Why does the speaker in Psalms 69.5 mention his “folly” and his “wrongs” if, according to John 15.25, John 2.17, Romans 15.3, and John 19.28, this is Jesus?
Why is the speaker in Psalms 69.31 (who we have already established is Jesus) declaring that praise and thanksgiving will please God better than a sacrifice??????? Of all places for Jesus to bring this up (which would be strange enough in any event), isn’t this the strangest, right when he’s on the cross?????? Continue reading
In keeping with the time of year I am releasing a special edition of a short book I published last year. It is entitled, The Resurrection Crucified.
It is a parallel comparison of the crucifixion and resurrection accounts found in the three synoptic gospels and John.
It may be downloaded at no cost at the link below. Give it to your friends!
I had left christianity for almost 10 years, shedding slowly the way in which it had clouded my view of the text of the Jewish Bible, amongst other things. You’d think after such a time a person would have got rid of a vast amount of that worldview. But recently, I had been investigating claims about our economy that was unsettling me and forcing a change in my mind. For some reason, I looked back at what christians claimed to be the first messianic prophecy, Genesis 3:15. I looked at it and looked again. And then something hit me!
No, it wasn’t a parked car. Continue reading
First up, my name is Jed. I have recently, within the past couple of months, begun to research who exactly the man that is worshipped and revered across the world known as Jesus is according to Judaism, the only spritual path, in my opinion, that counts in the end. What I have found is, that in order to be honest with not only myself, but my Creator, I would have to reevaluate all that I believe. During my spiritual audit, one of my friends had been talking about a book, titled ” Leaving Jesus”, that I began to read. I could not put it down. It is simply one of the most fascinating books I have read. The argument put forth is simple, yet profound, just like with every truth of the Scriptures. Continue reading
Don’t want to pay to buy a copy? Read it free by clicking the link below!
IN SHORT…The newest technique used by Christian missionaries and some other Christian clergy is to be found in what they teach when they use the terms, ‘The Jewish Roots of Christianity,’ or ‘The Hebraic Roots of Christianity.’ One might think this means how, in their opinion, Christianity began with Jews, or developed from Judaism. However, this is not what they mean by ‘the Jewish Roots.’ The way these people try to show that the roots of Christianity are to be found in Judaism is by putting a Christian theological interpretation into a Jewish ceremony or ritual. They then claim that this planted Christian theological interpretation, having been ‘found’ in something Jewish, demonstrates that Christianity was a natural outgrowth of Judaism.