Did the RELIGION of Christianity create FAKE NEWS re: Mk 16:9-20 to alleviate the "POWER of GOD" (Rm 1:16) in Scripture?
IT APPEARS TO BE THE MODE OF OPERATION FOR WHAT HAS BEEN CREATED AS "CHRISTIANITY" TO ELIMINATE THE POWER OF GOD FROM SCRIPTURE FOR THE LAST 2000 YEARS!
EVEN IN OUR GENERATION THEY HAVE CREATED FAKE NEWS THAT MARK 16:9-20 IS "FRAUDULENT" ALTHOUGH IT "WITNESSES" OTHER SCRIPTURES AND HAVE BEEN "ESTABLISHED" AS THE WORD OF GOD (DEUT 19:15; MATT 18:16; II COR 13:1).
MOST SEEM NOT TO BELIEVE JESUS IN MARK 16:9-20 WHICH IS THE MOST VITAL PASSAGE IN SCRIPTURE BECAUSE JESUS TELLS US WHO SAVES US; "HOLY SPIRIT BAPTISM!"
JESUS WARNED IN II TIMOTHY 3:5-7 WHOEVER ALEVIATES THE POWER OF GOD BY "DENYING THE POWER OF GOD; FROM SUCH TURN AWAY."
THAT MEANS WHOEVER DOESN'T HAVE "PROOF" (II TIM 4:5) IN THEIR LIVES OF THE PROMISES OF GOD'S "POWER" (ACTS 1:8; MARK 16:16-20; I COR 12:7-10; 13) THEY ARE NOT "SAVED" (MK 16:16) AND "FROM SUCH TURN AWAY" (II TIM 3:5-7)!
- 🤔 JayLv 76 months ago
No. The Romans created Christianity as fake politics..
The Romans claimed to have the "Power of God" behind them.
The New Testament is all politics. Sensational, theatrical politics.
There was never a Jesus, son of a God. There is no God.