BY THE MOCK OF "GOOD FRIDAY," THE CHRISTIANS RIDICULE A WHOLE PLANET
Author of the books “Jesus’ Bluff” and “Cross and Crime”
The first ever “Christian” church order (called: “Didache”) resulting from a meeting of the entourage (dubbed: “disciples”) of Ben-Pandera (dubbed: “Jesus Christ”) in the year 49, C.E. in Jerusalem informs us about the instigator of “Christianity” in the following way:
“…the world-deceiver (appears) as Son of God, and shall do signs and wonders, and the earth shall be delivered into his hands, and he shall do iniquitous things which have never yet come to pass since the beginning (of the world).”[i]
This is the opinion of the closest henchmen of Ben-Pandera. They teach us how to judge his stunt of execution or crucifixion by a double Judas Iscariot) and his “rising from the dead” – a faked miracle bluffing divinity of his… Who can object to this earliest authentic scripture of the followers of the – verbatim – world-deceiver? Apparently, not everybody of the accomplices of humankind’s top felon was that unscrupulous like he was…! This authentic first ever church order, consequently, does not know the desperadoes’ cannibalism that the wine is mocking the blood and the bread the flesh.[ii] Criminality and cannibalism do match each other!
Nobody is perfect and “Christian” hoaxers and desperadoes, not at all. This authentic scripture corroborates “The Gospel of James” which the followers of (verbatim) “the world-deceiver”[iii] wanted to destroy forever:
"Lord, do not mention to us the cross and the death, for they are far from you."[iv]
If there is a god or not is a matter of belief. However, if somebody became executed, died and purportedly resurrected from the dead, is a claimed fact and hence no matter of faith. Facts can be falsified and verified as any other execution can be done so. Since, “Christianity” is based on facts, e.g., purportedly successful execution and rising from the dead of its instigator, it is no faith and no religion but an organized deceit and crime that mostly spread in the wake of the atrocity of colonialism ridiculing a whole planet.
The” Christians” want us to join their biological robots by claiming that the alleged execution of their instigator was a program of “god” to atone the incredible crimes past description (dubbed: sins) of the Christians vicariously with “god.” Those who join their gathering take part in that vicarious atonement of biological robots, whereas all the others have to go to hell burning there forever. Slogan of today: Turn (to “Christianity”) or burn (forever), see also: Mr 16:16. Who knows a better promotion for criminality? Who wonders about the “Christians’” criminal record out of bounds purportedly having atoned all their foul mouth and foul play millennia before perpetrated them?
By the “Christians’” fabrication of “inerrant and absolutely true god’s word,” one can provide evidence that the “Christians’” top felon always dreamt to become ushered to the throne of his country but never to the gallows, gibbet or cross, until he faced the due death sentence. He and his biological robots are not the first passing an ignominy off as an “excellent” thing. What the “Christians” today pass off as the hard core of their sects (vicarious suffering and vicarious atonement) is a sheer lie of world-deceivers canting their shame of being terrorists or biological robots in the Trojan Horses of “religion,” “love” and “truths” addressing a world-deceiver and felon from the death row as their “god.”
Criminality of “Christianity” turns humans into biological robots worshiping a miscarriage of nature and the top felon who ever lived as their “god.”
[i] The Didache - The Lord's Teaching Through the Twelve Apostles to the Nations, 16:8-10 Translated by Roberts-Donaldson, in the following called “Didache”. On: http://web.archive.org/web/20080103201008/http://www.earlychristianwritings.com/text/didache-roberts.html, last call: 11/10/2014
[ii] See: Ibidem
[iii] See: Ibidem
[iv] The Gospel of James,” also called: The Apocryphon of James”, chapter: 2, Translated by Ron Cameron, From Ron Cameron, The Other Gospels (Westminster Press, Philadelphia, 1982), as quoted in Willis Barnstone, The Other Bible (Harper & Row, San Francisco, 1984), on: http://web.archive.org/web/20141028165053/http://www.gnosis.org/naghamm/jam2.html, last call: 01/07/2015