Sunday, June 19, 2016

Origin of Roman Catholic Church – 15

Continued from the earlier post –
One story says that one chief of Army of Romans, Pilate had sympathy for Jesus as he knew that Jesus is innocent, he decided the time for crucification that was close to beginning of Sabbath day so that no further action by Jew priests will be taken against Jesus. Punishment to Jesus was actually given by the Roman government essentially to appease those high priests of Jews because economy of Jerusalem probably they controlled. Otherwise, Roman government in Jerusalem would never touch Jesus for what he was preaching to his followers. Jesus never said anything against the Roman rulers but always criticized the high priests of Jews. Jesus was critical of them and had no qualms for the government authority. He helped the followers of Jesus in removing him from the cross the same day at sunset while he was unconscious. One record says he was crucified by nailing on his palms and feet, resting on a platform around 2 pm and his body removed from cross by his followers with help from soldiers of Roman army around 6 pm. This timing was appropriate since by 6 pm Jew priests left that place of crucification. So that they would never know that, the body is removed from the cross. This also shows that Romans were not against Jesus in any way during his life in Jerusalem. Jew priests and their business associates were having a very strong pressure group in Jerusalem, the Roman ruler did not want to invite their displeasure, and that is why that government took action against Jesus. There was a certain wave of sympathy for Jesus through out the Roman Empire.
We notice many irregularities, in working of this Church. First, we see that Bible is written in Latin/Greek the language of Roman people. We see many parts are attributed to disciples of Jesus who were not literate people excepting Mathew. If they at all new any language it was local dialect of Hebrew and not Latin or Greek. When Jesus was crucified, he shouted in Araemean tongue; exclaiming, why God has forsaken him?
Mathew:27:46 About three in the afternoon Jesus cried out in a loud voice, “Eli, Eli, lemasabachthani?”, (Which means, “My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?”) and dropped in swoon.
Mathew:27:47 When some of those standing there heard this, they said, “He’s calling Elijah.”
The way verses are given in Bible, it becomes clear that they are written by persons who are not only very intelligent but also big scholars. Both things were absent with any of the disciples of Jesus. Most of apostles of Jesus were actually anglers and they did not have any need to be literate. This shows that Bible is brainchild of Priests of Church of Rome. There already exist Jewish book called Torah and with that Old Testament. Church of Rome added to it by calling new addition as New Testament. With this preparation, skilled priests of this Church began to spread a religion in the name of Jesus whom they had declared as dead while he was alive in a far away land, Hind. 

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