Author Archives: James Wood

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NEW! YHVH AIN OD FOLLOWERS Registry!

So you have left Jesus… or you are in the process… You need support! You have questions! You know there are others like you that know that there is ONLY ONE YHVH… You desire to have friends like yourself to … Continue reading

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God Can’t…

God can’t die. If Jesus was really God then his “apparent death” meant nothing… It cost him nothing… So his death (which was no more real than a magic trick because he actually is not mortal) was no real sacrifice… … Continue reading

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A.J. Castellitto believes Conservative Jews Need to Believe in Jesus

In an article on The Western Center for Journalism the Author A.J. Castellitto tries to make the case that Jesus is the Messiah and that Conservative Jews need to believe in Him. The following is my response to him. A.J. … Continue reading

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Leaving Jesus Challenges All Christians and Messianics

THE CHALLENGE MADE BY LEAVING JESUS Here is my challenge to Christians or Messianics… It seems to me that this should be a very easy challenge to meet being that the entirety of Christianity is embodied in this principle so … Continue reading

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Don’t Choose Deception

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 … Continue reading

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The Resurrection Crucified

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 … Continue reading

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