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This post by Dr. David E. Lee originally appeared at Real Truth About Religion.
A big lie has been told to world about Jesus who was never existed out of bibilian books.
Many historians and Romans who recorded everything, there is no mention whatsoever of the New Testament Jesus other than the New Testament Bible.
Many verses of New Testament were written to deceive us about Jesus was just false and forgery.
At time of before and after Jesus, Jerusalem was a major trade route and foreign travelers were visiting that area but never and none recorded anywhere. Jerusalem was Roman control and the Romans documented everything of even minute importance that took place within their empire. Only one mention of Jesus was written during regime of governor Herod, a tax collection officer for Rome, where text claims Herod had received reports about Jesus. BUT no one recorded a single word about him.
After last Roman emperor Constantine converted to christianity, he destroyed almost all religions and philosophical writing in existence opposing christian doctrines.They invented the “Jesus is God in the flesh” fraud. For info on this please refer to the video “Caesar’s Messiah” Who Invented Christianity.
Christian mentions four sources writers-Josephus, Pliny, Tacitus and Suetonius in attempt to manufacture extra-biblical literary evidence for Jesus but none were even alive during his supposed lifetime. These are all fraud, forgeries, misrepresent the truth.
Dr Tischendorf made this comment:
“We must frankly admit that we have no source of information with respect to the life of Jesus Christ other than ecclesiastic writings assembled during the fourth century.” (Codex Sinaiticus, Dr Constantin von Tischendorf, British Library, London)
There is an explanation for those hundreds of years of silence: the construct of Christianity did not begin until after the first quarter of the fourth century, and that is why Pope Leo X (d. 1521) called Christ a “fable” (Cardinal Bembo: His Letters…, op. cit.).