I came across an interesting article on Pauls misquoting Torah, adding words, etc.


Gal 3:10 10 For as many as are of the works of the law are under the curse: for it is written, Cursed is every one that continueth not in all things which are written in the book of the law to do them. (KJV)

We encounter another verse that is a lie in Galatians chapter 3. So far we have seen many attempts by the writers of Galatians chapter 3 to purposefully misquote and twist the Jewish Scriptures in a negative way in order to misrepresent the Law and make it “negative.” Of course this has to be done if you are going to do away with it and the task was not hard as the Gentile audiences to which these epistles were aimed had little or no prior understanding of Hebrew or the Jewish Scriptures. Little has changed today in the Gentile Church. We must suspend in our thinking when reading this article that Galatians chapter 3 was written long after 150 A.D. and most likely around 180 A.D. when Irenaeus responds to Marcion’s first New Testament with one of his own. The writer of Galatians chapter 3 does a masterful job of writing and misquoting Torah in order to make it look as if the Law has been replaced by “faith” in Christ. Here we have in Gal. 3:10 a rather scary passage that G-d will curse people if they “continueth not in ALL things that are written in the book of the Law.”

We all sin. 1Ki 8:46 If they sin against Thee – for there is no man that sinneth not – We are told in Gal. 3 that if a man does not “continue in ALL that is written in the book of the Law” his failure to continue in “ALL” the Law brings a terrible curse from G-d, or so we are led to believe. The Christian New Testament has a reference verse from which the Galatians 3 writer quotes and that verse is Deut. 27:26.

Ask yourself: Does Deut. 27:26, from which the Gal. 3 writer supposedly quotes in verse 10, really say that G-d will curse mankind if he does not “continue in “ALL” that is written in the Law.” The answer is simply “NO”!

In the Tyndale Commentary on Galatians on page 96 it says “Now it is quite true that the Hebrew Bible does not have the word “all” in this verse; it simply says “Cursed be he who does not confirm (uphold) the words of this Law, to perform them.”

Let us see how the verse is written in the Hebrew:\
Deu 27:26 [ארור אשׁר לא־יקים את־דברי התורה־הזאת לעשׂות אותם ואמר כל־העם אמן׃ ]

Dt. 27:26 Accursed is one who will not uphold the words of this Torah, to perform them. And the entire people shall say, Amen.

When consulting the Stone Edition Chumash concerning the commentary and exegesis of Deuteronomy chapter 27 verse 26 which is the verse misquoted in Gal. 3: 10 we find some interesting comments.

Mosheh ben Maimon (RaMBaM) explains “who will not uphold” to mean that every Jew (person since part of the Mosaic Laws are contained in the Covenant and Laws of Noah) must accept the Torah’s validity in full, and dare not claim that even one of its commandments is not relevant. He next says that “this curse” is not imposed upon a person who commits a sin, only one one who denies that a part of the Torah is G-d given or relevant. The curse is not upon one who breaks a commandment although disobedience toward G-d never brings His blessing. But the curse of this verse refers only to those who look at the Torah and say that it is not from G-d or not relevant or as Christians have been taught is “passed away” and ” not binding.”

This is dangerous ground for a Christian to not only live in but die with such beliefs cherished instead of the truth concerning Torah. The Torah becomes not relevant to all who believe the theology of Galatians 3 and other such replacement religion as expressed in the Christian New Testament. RaMBaM cites approvingly a view in the Jerusalem Talmud (Sotah 7:4) that this curse applies to anyone who can influence others to be loyal to Torah, but does not care to do so, especially people in positions of authority, who have the power to mold the behavior of others. Even someone who studies Torah and is rigorously observant, but is unconcerned about the shortcomings of others, even though he can help them, is included in this verse. This is very scary when you understand the scope of Rambam’s comments and consider what Christian Pastors teach concerning the Law and Torah being passed away today and that mankind is no longer under the Law/Torah. The verse as understood by the Rabbis is that the curse comes to one who denies the Law’s validity for one’s life and that G-d gave it all and it’s observance is demanded by G-d. We are to perform these Laws as our test of our love for our G-d and such performance, as best we can, is commanded by G-d. Denial of any of the above brings the curse of G-d and the Christian New Testament is full of religious doctrine that paves the way for such curses in one’s life; either now or after we die.

These verses also implies the obligation upon every individual to support Torah study, each according to his ability.

Now if you don’t believe Jews are better equipped to interpret their own writings than the monks of Rome then we have a serious problem on our hands.

It would seem from the Jewish commentators on the Hebrew Bible that the writer of Gal. 3 verse 10 has again completely misunderstood the Jewish Scriptures and tragically misused the verse of Deut. 27:26 in such a way as to negate the whole of the Law as if failing to obey it “all” is a curse upon anyone who tries to live his life dedicated to the Word and Laws of G-d. Again it must be said that Laws are little more than Covenant responsibilities that one has been given by G-d to assure one’ right-standing before G-d. Such right-standing before G-d is assured by one’s attempted obedience to these Covenant stipulations and Laws and when one fails this same G-d has given remedy to restore such a broken relationship. This is not hard and one must have only the desire to try to live a life obedient before G-d. But again the writer of Gal. 3:10 uses the verse to scare all readers everywhere, failure to uphold and perform “all” of the Law brings a curse upon him when in reality such an attempt brings the blessings of G-d. Besides there are parts of the Law that apply only to men, to women, and to priests. There is no way a person can “obey” all the Law and Jsus was not an exception. He believed in it “all” as other Jewish commentators have related as the real meaning of the verse in it’s Hebraic context. Jsus knew and believed all of the Torah was from G-d and relevant to all facets of life. It is Christians who have been opposite and hold contrary beliefs concerning the Law that in reality are sinful and bring a curse.

I would hate to die as a “Law/Torah” rejecting Christian and meet G-d and find out what curse awaits me because I believed the anti-Semitic pro-Pauline writer of Galatians 3:20 over Moses, the Prophets.

Again we encounter the purposeful mistranslation of the original verse from Deut. 27:26 and have even the addition of words to the text that are missing in the original (“all) from the pen of the writer of Gal. 3:10. This “curse” again is not for sinning, but for denying the Law’s validity for one’s life and that it all came from G-d. The verse of Deut. 27:26 is completely taken out of context by the writer of Galatians and does irreparable damage to the original meaning of the verse and what G-d intended we know about His Torah.


The real message Paul was sending in his letters to the Corinthians and the Galatians was to separate themselves from a group which had become a serious threat to him because they were exposing his false teachings for what they were…lies based upon false pride. The Biblically illiterate Gentiles of Asia became easy pickings for Paul. It was these Gentiles who had learned about Judaism in the synagogues and felt an affinity to monotheism. Most had not accepted all the precepts of Judaism but were sympathetic to its principles. Paul found them a ready-made community to proselytize and had converted many of them to his faith.

Then he discovered that many of his converts were reverting back to Judaism or Jewish practices. They and the Jewish-Christian missionaries who returned them to the fold of the Torah were called “Judaizers.” The Judaizing Christians were a problem to Paul because converts remained Christians while insisting on following a Jewish style such as observing the Sabbath, celebrating Jewish festivals following dietary laws as mandated in Torah for them.

These “Judaizers” were a threat to Paul’s efforts to indoctrinate his false beliefs and practices into his converts and followers. Paul expressed his greatest animosity for Judaizer, pronouncing a curse on them, when just the opposite is true for those who add to or take away from the Word of G-d (Deut.. 4:2). But it is only by understanding the conflict between Paul and the Judaizers and his bitter resentment of them as competitors we can appreciate his virulent attacks on Torah and his use, or misuse, of quotations from it. The Law is the underpinning of Judaism; by condemning it and its advocates, Paul hoped to weaken both. This, then, is the background and motivation behind Paul’s choice of Pentateuchal quotations.

He literally took the law out of the Law and transformed it into a mockery of Moses’ messages. Paul launched a battery of Biblical citations in Gal. 3. The following paragraphs contain some of Paul’s quotations, their original wording in Tanakh, and comments.

Cursed is everyone who does not continue to do every written in the book of the law” (Gal. 3:10).

Paul was saying in essence once a person became a Jew and agreed to live according to the Law, he incurred the wrath and curses of G-d if he failed to uphold every statute. On the other hand, Paul inferred, if one did not take himself the obligation of living according to principles in Torah, he was then free to violate them without penalty so long as he had “faith”. Although Paul expressed another view later in the same letter (Gal. 5:19-21, 6:7-9), he nevertheless continued to propound the concept that the individual was not bound by any limitations provided, he professed the belief that Jsus is Christ. So often I hear Christians say that the Jew cannot be “saved” without faith in Jsus because they do not obey the law perfectly, but to one’s amazement if they only knew a little about Judaism.

There is no hint in Rabbinic literature of a view such as the Paul expressed, namely that one must achieve legal perfection through perfect obedience to the Law. This neither corresponds to general rabbinic positions nor to those of any specific branch of the Pharisees such as the Shammaites who were considered stricter than others. “The Rabbis consistently passed up opportunities to require legal perfection.”

Paul’s version of Dt. 27:26 is predictably different from its original source, viz “Cursed is he will not uphold the words of this Law to do theme .” It is important to know to what the phrase, ‘the words of this Law,’ refers in it’s original context as used in the book of Deut. 27:26. This is the last verse in the chapter and relates to commandments of a very serious nature. Mentioned in the previous verses. There is a series of imprecations against people who commit the following immoral acts: idolatry, dishonor of parents, removal of a neighbor’s landmark (theft of his land), inhumanity to the blind, injustice to the helpless (widowed, orphaned, and foreigner), incest and beastiality, murder, and bribery.

Many of these offenses might never be discovered or judged in a law court. The Mosaic Law stated that G-d would judge the offenders and curse (punish) them for their wickedness. This, according to Torah, would be the fate of those who violated serious ethical laws, whether or not they expressed a belief in the Mosaic code. Paul said in direct contradiction to the Deuteronomic phrase he cited that no one will be justified by the Law because “the righteous will live by faith.” This is the same error he makes repeatedly. Of course no one will be justified by the Law or rather the Law will not justify any wanton and deliberate offender.

On the contrary, the righteous Jew or Gentile will be justified by his good behavior which is his response to faith in G-d and His Word. Immediately after Paul’s quote in Gal. 3 of the phrase in Deuteronomy with his anti-Torah interpretation, Paul will now do something he has not done often; he quotes correctly an Old Testament passage from Leviticus coupled with an explanation consistent with its meaning. He stated that the Law is not based on faith and illustrated this with Lev. 18:5: You shall keep My statutes and ordinances and the man who does so shall live by them.” It is a sad shame that he vacillates between these positions in his writings, and even sadder that the Christian Church has so ill-prepared their flocks that in reading the Bible they overlook such errors.

Ask yourself: Are you now beginning to see the importance of studying the Hebrew?

It is time for Christians to repent when information like this comes their way. The bottom line is that we have bought lie after lie in the Christian New Testament.

Where is your anger, you have been deceived when reading the Christian New Testament as you are now becoming aware of the purposeful misrepresentation of “religious beliefs” once held by the early followers of Jsus? We are admonished not to add to or take away from the Word of G-d but we see it done on almost every page of the Christian New Testament, passage after passage is purposefully mistranslated, misapplied, taken out of context, twisted to give a different meaning than the original author intended, etc.

When will you come to a point in your life that you can say before G-d “this is enough” and begin to defend G-d and His truth when such lies are exposed?

The context of Deut. 27:26, the curse is not for one breaking the Law but denying the validity and relevance of the Law for one’s life. This curse ironically comes to those who adopt Paul’s theological persuasion of an end of the Law. Paul is simply wrong and we have the testimony of the Jewish nation for 3000 years to this fact. It is the Jews, who are the bearers and protectors of the divine oracles of G-d, we need to listen to their “light” as they instruct the nations to the truths of G-d since Israel and not Rome is a Holy Nation and a Royal Priesthood. “I am God; I called you for the purpose of righteousness… and I made you a Covenant people, to be a light to the nations.” Isaiah 42:6

“The purpose of creation could not be fulfilled until the Jewish nation left Egypt and received the Torah at Sinai. It was then that they would achieve the potential for being a ‘light to the nations’ and bring an awareness of God to the entire world.” – Netziv, Introduction to Exodus

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  1. Rease says:

    You are making the claim the Gentile church has it wrong (which it does), but then use the same translation Gentiles use to defend your position. Consequently, this has lead you to the wrong conclusion as well, just as it has the Gentile church. The KJV is flawed. To know what Paul *actually* said, you need to return to the original text.

    • I use the KJV being the most common and widely used by apostolics. (KJV only xtians)
      As for Skip Moens knowing what Paul *actually* said by using NASB, Greek, a newer MessyAntic version, etc? It’s all New Testament to me, Rease.

      If I gave you a book and said it was from G-d, if it had just one mistake in it you would hand it back to me and you wouldn’t waste a single minute more of your time on it. If I gave you a wonderful book about the twin towers and the first page talks about the twin towers being destroyed in Chicago you would never believe anything else written in the book even if it was true because of the such grave error you first read.
      Now: Contradictions in the New Testament (does G-d not know what he said or wanted to say?)

      The announcement of the special birth came before conception. Lk.1:26-31.
      The announcement of the special birth came after conception. Mt.1:18-21.

      Jesu’ parents were told of their son’s future greatness. Mt.1:18-21; Lk.1:28-35.
      Jesu’ parents knew nothing of their son’s potential. Lk.2:48-50.
      The angel told Joseph. Mt.1:20.
      The angel told Mary. Lk.1:28.

      There were 28 generations from David to Jesu. Mt.1:17.
      There were 43 generations from David to Jesu. Lk.3:23-31.
      If this were both parents then they would have lived about 100-200 years apart from
      each other as well!

      Jacob was Joseph’s father. Mt.1:16.
      Heli was Joseph’s father. Lk.3:23.
      Christians state because Heli was his Father-in-law, this has nothing to do with
      bloodline and would not be listed in a bloodline tie to Kind David!

      He was to be called Emmanuel. Mt.1:23.
      He was called Jesu. Mt.1:25.

      Joseph, Mary, and Jesu flee to Egypt while Herod slaughters all males under
      2 years old. Mt.2:13-16. (Note: Jesu’ cousin, John, was also under 2 and
      survived without having to flee.)
      Joseph, Mary, and Jesu did not flee to Egypt, but remained for temple rituals.
      No slaughter of infants is mentioned! Lk.2:21-39.

      Jesu was tempted during the 40 days in the wilderness. Mk.1:13.
      Jesu was tempted after the 40 days in the wilderness. Mt.4:2,3.

      The devil first took Jesu to the pinnacle, then to the mountain top. Mt.4:5-8.
      The devil first took Jesu to the mountain top, then to the pinnacle. Lk.4:5-9.

      Satan tempted Jesu. Mt.4:1-10; Mk.1:13; Lk.4:1,2.
      Satan had no interest in Jesu. Jn.14:30.

      The baptism of Jesu was with the “Holy Ghost”. Mk.1:8; Jn.1:33.
      Fire was also added to the baptism. Mt.3:11; Lu.3:16.

      John knew of Jesu before he baptized him. Mt.3:11-13; Jn.1:28,29.
      John knew nothing of Jesu at all. Mt.11:1-3.

      Jesu begins his ministry after John’s arrest. Mk.1:13,14.
      Jesu begins his ministry before John’s arrest. Jn.3:22-24.

      It is recorded that Jesu saw the spirit descending. Mt.3:16; Mk.1:10.
      It is recorded that John saw the spirit descending. Jn.1:32.

      The heavenly voice addressed the gathering. Mt.3:17.
      The heavenly voice addressed Jesu. Mk.1:11; Lk.3:22.

      Immediately after the baptism, Jesu spent 40 days in the wilderness. Mt.4:1,2; Mk.1:12,13.
      Three days after the baptism, Jesu was at the wedding in Cana. Jn.2:1.

      Jesu went to Bethphage and the Mt. of Olives, then left for Bethany. Mt.21:1,17.
      Jesu went to Bethphage and Bethany at the Mt. of Olives. Mk.11:1; Lk.19:29.

      Jesu went to Bethany and then Jerusalem. Jn.12:1,12.
      Jesu and his disciples taught in Capernaum. Mk.1:20,21.
      Only Jesu taught in Capernaum. Lk.4:30,31.

      Peter was chosen, with Andrew, by the Sea of Galilee. Mt.4:18-20; Mk.1:16-18.
      Peter was chosen, with James and John, by the lake of Gennesaret. Lk.5:2-11.
      Andrew chose Jesu and then got Peter to join. Jn.1:35-42.

      Peter was to preach to the Jews. Mt.10:2,5,6; Gal.2:7.
      Peter was to preach to the Gentiles. Acts 15:7.

      Jesu cured Simon Peter’s mother-in-law after he cleansed the leper. Mt.8:1-15.
      Jesu cured Simon Peter’s mother-in-law before he cleansed the leper. Mk.1:30-42; Lk.4:38 to 5:13.

      Peter’s mother-in-law was healed before Peter was called to be a disciple. Lu.4:38,39; 5:10.
      Peter’s mother-in-law was healed after Peter was called to be a disciple. Mt.4:18,19; 8:14,15; Mk.1:16,17,30,31.

      James and John were with Jesu when he healed Simon Peter’s mother-in-law. Mk.1:29-31.
      James and John were not with Jesu when he healed Simon Peter’s mother-in-law. Lu.4:38,39; 5:10,11.

      Lebbaeus (Thaddaeus) was the name of an apostle – but no Judas, brother of James. Mt. 10:3.
      Judas, the brother of James, was an apostle, but no Thaddaeus. Lk.6:16; Acts 1:13.

      The centurion’s servant was healed in between the cleansing of the leper and the healing of Peter’s mother-in-law. Mt.8:2-15.
      The centurion’s servant was healed after the cleansing of the leper and the healing of Peter’s mother-in-law. Lu.4:38,39; 5:12,13; 7:1-10.

      The people were not impressed with the feeding of the multitude. Mk.6:52.
      The people were very impressed with the feeding of the multitude. Jn.6:14.

      After the feeding of the multitude, Jesu went to Gennesaret. Mk.6:53.
      After the feeding of the multitude, Jesu went to Capernaum. Jn.6:14-17.

      A demon cries out that Jesu is the Holy One of G-d. Mk.1:23,24.
      Everyone who confesses that Jesu came in the flesh is of G-d. 1 Jn.4:2.

      Jesu cursed the fig tree so that it would not bear fruit. Mt.21:19; Mk.11:14.
      It wasn’t time for the fig tree to bear fruit. Mk.11:13.
      (wouldn’t a man/G-d know that his tree wasn’t ready to bear fruit, or being G-d
      make it produce fruit as another miracle?)

      The fig tree withers immediately, and the disciples are amazed. Mt.21:19,20.
      The disciples first notice the withered tree the next day. Mk.11:20,21.

      Jesu is the mediator of the “Father”. 1 Tim.2:5; 1 Jn.2:1.
      Jesu sits on “his” right hand. Mk. 16:19.
      Jesu and the “Father” are one in the same. Jn.10:30.
      There is one “G-d”. 1 Tim.2:5; Jms.2:19.
      There are three. 1 Jn.5:7.

      Jesu said to honor your father and mother. Mt.15:4; Mt.19:19; Mk.7:10; Mk.10:19; Lk.18:20.
      Jesu said that he came to set people against their parents. Mt.10:35-37; Lk.12:51-53; Lk.14:26.
      Jesu said to call no man father. Mt.23:9.

      Jesu said, “You fool…”. Lk.12:20; Mt.23:17.
      Paul calls people fools. 1 Cor.15:36.
      Call someone a fool and you go to hell. Mt.5:22.

      Anger by itself is a sin. Mt.5:22.
      But not necessarily. Eph.4:26.

      Ask and it shall be given. Seek and you will find. Knock and it will be opened to you. Mt.7:7,8; Lk.11:9,10.
      Ask and you shall be refused. Seek and you won’t find. Knock and you will be refused entrance. Lk.13:24-27.

      Do not judge. Mt.7:1,2.
      Unless it is necessary, of course. 1 Jn.4:1-3.

      Jesu is thankful that some things are hidden. Mt.11:25; Mk.4:11,12.
      Jesu said that all things should be made known. Mk.4:22.

      Jesu said that no sign would be given. Mk.8:12.
      Jesu said that no sign would be given except for that of Jonas. Mt.12:39; Lk.11:29.
      Jesu showed many signs. Jn.20:30; Acts 2:22.

      Jesu stated that the law was until heaven and earth ended. Mt. 5:17-19.
      Jesu stated that the law was only until the time of John. Lk.16:16.

      The “Sermon on the Mount” took place on the mountain. Mt.5:1.
      The “Sermon on the Mount” took place on a plain. Lu.6:17.

      The “Lord’s Prayer” was taught to many during the “Sermon on the Mount”. Mt.6:9.
      The “Lord’s Prayer” was taught only to the disciples at another time. Lu.11:1.

      Jesu had his own house. Mk.2:15.
      Jesu did not have his own house. Lu.9:58.

      Good works should be seen. Mt.5:16.
      Good works should not be seen. Mt.6:1-4.

      Jesu said that Salvation was only for the Jews. Mt.15:24; Mt.10:5,6; Jn.4:22; Rom.11:26,27.
      Paul said that salvation was also for the Gentiles. Acts 13:47,48.

      Repentance is necessary. Acts 3:19; Lu.3:3.
      Repentance is not necessary. Rom.11:29.

      Non-believers obtain mercy. Rom.11:32.
      Only believers obtain mercy. Jn.3:36; Rom.14:23.
      Only baptized believers obtain mercy. Mk.16:16.
      Mercy cannot be predetermined. Rom.9:18.

      All who call on the “Lord” will be saved. Rom.10:13; Acts 2:21.
      Only those predestined will be saved. Acts 13:48; Eph.1:4,5; 2 Thes.2:13; Acts 2:47.

      Jesu said he would not cast aside any that come to him. Jn.6:37.
      Jesu said that many that come to him will be cast aside. Mt.7:21-23.

      Salvation comes by faith and not works. Eph.2:8,9; Rom.11:6; Gal.2:16; Rom.3:28.
      Salvation comes by faith and works. Jms.2:14,17,20.

      The righteous have eternal life. Mt.25:46.
      The righteous are barely saved. 1 Pet.4:18.
      There are no righteous. Rom.3:10.

      Now just how are Christians saved?
      Believe and be baptized to be saved. Mk.16:16.
      Be baptized by water and the spirit to be saved. Jn.3:5.
      Endure to the end to be saved. Mt.24:13.
      Call on the name of the “Lord” to be saved. Acts 2:21; Rom.10:13.
      Believe in Jesu to be saved. Acts 16:31.
      Believe, then all your household will be saved. Acts 16:31.
      Hope and you will be saved. Rom.8:24.
      Believe in the resurrection to be saved. Rom.10:9.
      By grace you are saved. Eph.2:5
      By grace and faith you are saved. Eph.2:8.
      Have the love of truth to be saved. 2 Thes.2:10.
      Mercy saves. Titus 3:5.

      Backsliders are condemned. 2 Pet.2:20.
      Backsliders are saved regardless. Jn.10:27-29.

      Forgive seventy times seven. Mt.18:22.
      Forgiveness is not possible for renewed sin. Heb.6:4-6.

      Divorce, except for unfaithfulness, is wrong. Mt.5:32.
      Divorce for any reason is wrong. Mk.10:11,12.

      Jesu approved of destroying enemies. Lk.19:27.
      Jesu said to love your enemies. Mt.5:44.

      G-d resides in heaven. Mt.5:45; Mt.6:9; Mt.7:21.
      Angels reside in heaven. Mk.13:32.
      Jesu is with G-d in heaven. Acts 7:55,56
      Believers go to heaven. 1 Pet.1:3,4.
      Heaven will pass away. Mt.24:35; Mk.13:31; Lk.21:33.
      So…Do Christians believe in dying with G-d? (passing away)

      Pray that you don’t enter temptation. Mt.26:41.
      Temptation is a joy. Jms.1:2.

      G-d leads you into temptation. Mt.6:13.
      G-d tempts no one. Jms.1:13.

      Take no thought for tomorrow. G-d will take care of you. Mt.6:25-34; Lk.12:22-31.
      A man who does not provide for his family is worse than an infidel. 1 Tim.5:8.

      Whoever calls on the name of the Lord will be saved. Acts 2:21; Rom.10:13.
      Not everyone who calls on the name of the Lord will be saved. Mt.7:21.
      Only those whom the Lord chooses will be saved. Acts 2:39.
      Hey wait on here?, that is really unclear!

      We are justified by works and not by faith. Mt.7:21; Rom.2:6,13; Jms.2:24.
      We are justified by faith and not by works. Jn.3:16; Rom.3:27; Eph.2:8,9.; Gal.2:16.

      Do not take sandals (shoes) or staves. Mt.10:10.
      Take only sandals (shoes) and staves. Mk.6:8,9.

      Jesu said that in him there was peace. Jn.16:33.
      Jesu said that he did not come to bring peace. Mt.10:34; Lk.12:51.

      Jesu said that John the Baptist was a prophet and Elijah. Mt.11:9; Mt.17:12,13.
      John said that he was not a prophet nor was he Elijah. Jn.1:21.

      Jesu said that he was meek and lowly. Mt.11:29.
      Jesu makes whips and drives the moneychangers out from the temple. Mt. 21:12; Mk.11:15,16; Jn.2:15.

      Jesu said, “Beware of the leaven of the Pharisees”. Lk.12:1.
      Jesu said, “Beware of the leaven of the Pharisees and Sadducees”. Mt.16:6,11.
      Jesu said, “Beware of the leaven of the Pharisees and Herod”. Mk.8:15.

      Jesu founds his church on Peter. Mt.16:18.
      Jesu calls Peter “Satan” and a hindrance. Mt.16:23.
      Oh come on Jesu, make up your mind.

      The mother of James and John asks Jesu to favor her sons. Mt.20:20,21.
      They ask for themselves. Mk.10:35-37.

      Jesu responds that this favor is not his to give. Mt.20:23; Mk.10:40.
      Jesu said that all authority is given to him. Mt.28:18; Jn.3:35.

      Jesu heals two unnamed blind men. Mt.20:29,30.
      Jesu heals one named blind man. Mk.10:46-52.

      Jesu healed all that were sick. Mt.8:16; Lk.4:40.
      Jesu healed many that were sick – but not all. Mk.1:34.

      The council asks Jesu if he is the Son of G-d. Lk.22:70.
      The high priest asks Jesu if he is the Christ, the Son of G-d. Mt.26:63.
      The high priest asks Jesu if he is the Christ the Son of the Blessed. Mk.14:61.
      The high priest asks Jesu about his disciples and his doctrine. Jn.18:19.
      Jesu answers to the effect of “You said it, not me”. Mt.26:64; Lk.22:70.
      Jesu answers definitely, “I am”. Mk.14:62.

      At the Mount of Olives, Jesu told Peter he would deny him three times. Mt.26:30-34.
      At the Passover meal, Jesu told Peter he would deny him three times. Lu.22:13,14,34.
      Peter was to deny Jesu before the cock crowed. Mt.26:34; Lk.22:34; Jn.13:38.
      Peter was to deny Jesu before the cock crowed twice. Mk.14:30.

      The cock crowed once. Mt.26:74.
      The cock crowed twice. Mk.14:72.

      Peter makes his first denial to a maid and some others. Mt.26:69,70.
      It was only to the maid. Mk.14:66-68; Lk.22:56,57; Jn.18:17.
      Peter’s second denial was to another maid. Mt.26:71,72.
      It was to the same maid. Mk.14:69,70.
      It was to a man and not a maid. Lk.22:58.
      It was to more than one person. Jn.18:25.

      Peter’s third denial was to several bystanders. Mt.26:73,74; Mk.14:69,70.
      It was to one person. Lk.22:59,60.
      It was to a servant. Jn.18:26,27.
      Wow, what a mess. To whom and and how many times?

      The chief priests bought the field. Mt.27:6,7.
      Judas bought the field. Acts 1:16-19.
      Judas threw down the money and left. Mt.27:5.
      Judas used the coins to buy the field. Acts 1:18.
      Judas hanged himself. Mt.27:5.
      Judas fell headlong and burst his head open. Acts 1:18.
      Very strange, which one?

      Jesu did not answer any of the charges. Mt.27:12-14; Lk.23:9.
      Jesu answered some of the charges. Mk.14:61,62.
      Jesu answered all of the charges. Jn.18:33-37.
      Jesu said that eternal life would be given to all that were given to him. Jn.11:27-29; Jn.17:12.
      Jesu released Judas in order to keep this promise. Jn.18:5-9.

      The chief priests and elders persuade the people. Mt.27:20.
      Only the chief priests persuade the people. Mk.15:11.
      The chief priests and the people persuade themselves. Lk.23:13-23.

      Jesu is given a scarlet robe. Mt.27:28.
      Jesu is given a purple robe. Mk.15:17; Jn.19:2.
      Jesu is given a gorgeous robe. Lk.23:11.

      The sign says, “This is Jesu the King of the Jews”. Mt.27:37.
      The sign says, “The King of the Jews”. Mk.15:26.
      In three languages, the sign says, “This is the King of the Jews”. Lk.23:38.
      In the same three languages, the sign says, “Jesu of Nazareth, the King of the Jews”. Jn.19:19,20.

      Jesu asks G-d, The Father, why he has forsaken him. Mt.27:46.
      Jesu said that he and The Father were one in the same. Jn.10:30; Jn.17:11,21,22.

      The centurion says, “Truly this was the son of G-d”. Mt.27:54.
      The centurion says, “Truly this man was the son of G-d”. Mk.15:39.
      The centurion says, “Certainly, this was a righteous man”. Lk.23:47.
      There was no centurion. Jn.19:31-37.

      Jesu was crucified at the third hour. Mk.15:25.
      Jesu was still before Pilate at the sixth hour. Jn.19:13,14.

      The women looked on from “afar”. Mt.27:55; Mk.15:40; Lk.23:49.
      The women were very close. Jn.19:25.

      The last recorded words of Jesu were:
      Version 1: “Eli, Eli …My G-d, My G-d why have you forsaken me” Mt.27:46.
      Version 2: “Eloi, Eloi…My G-d, My G-d why have you forsaken me” Mk.15:34.
      Version 3: “Father, into your hands I commend my spirit”. Lk.23:46.
      Version 4: “It is finished”. Jn.19:30.

      A guard was placed at the tomb the day after the burial. Mt.27:65,66.
      No guard is mentioned. Mk.15:44-47; Lk.23:52-56; Jn.19:38-42.

      Only those keeping the words of Jesu will never see death. Jn.8:51.
      Jesu’ disciples will be killed. Mt.24:3-9.
      All men die once. Heb.9:27.

      Upon their arrival, the stone was still in place. Mt.28:1 2.
      Upon their arrival, the stone had been removed. Mk.16:4; Lk.24:2; Jn.20:1.

      There was an earthquake. Mt.28:2.
      There was no earthquake. Mk.16:5; Lk.24:2-4; Jn.20:12.

      The visitors ran to tell the disciples. Mt.28:8.
      The visitors told the eleven and all the rest. Lk.24:9.
      The visitors said nothing to anyone. Mk.16:8.

      Jesu first resurrection appearance was right at the tomb. Jn.20:12-14.
      Jesu first resurrection appearance was fairly near the tomb. Mt.28:8,9.
      Jesu first resurrection appearance was on the road to Emmaus. Lk.24:13-16.

      One doubted. Jn.20:24.
      Some doubted. Mt.28:17.
      All doubted. Mk.16:11; Lk.24:11,14.

      Jesu said that his blood was shed for many. Mk.14:24.
      Jesu said his blood was shed for his disciples. Lu.22:20.

      Simon of Cyrene was forced to bear the cross of Jesu. Mt.27:32; Mk.15:21; Lu.23:26.
      Jesu bore his own cross. Jn.19:16,17.

      Jesu was offered vinegar and gall to drink. Mt.27:34.
      Jesu was offered vinegar to drink. Jn.19:29,30.
      Jesu was offered wine and myrrh to drink. Mk.15:23.
      Jesu refused the drink offered him. Mk.15:23.
      Jesu tasted the drink offered and then refused. Mt.27:34.
      Jesu accepted the drink offered him. Jn.19:30.

      Both “thieves” mocked Jesu on the cross. Mt. 27:44; Mk.15:32.
      One “thief” sided with Jesu on the cross. Lu.23:39-41.

      Joseph of Arimathaea boldly asked for the body of Jesu. Mk.15:43.
      Joseph of Arimathaea secretly asked for the body of Jesu. Jn.19:38.
      Jesu was laid in a nearby tomb. Mk.15:46; Lu.23:53; Jn.19:41.
      Jesu was laid in Joseph’s new tomb. Mt.27:59,60.

      A great stone was rolled in front of the tomb. Mt.27:60; Mk.15:46.
      There was nothing in front of the tomb. Lu.23:55; Jn.19:41.

      Nicodemus prepared the body with spices. Jn.19:39,40.
      Failing to notice this, the women bought spices to prepare the body later. Mk. 16:1; Lu.23:55,56.

      The body was anointed. Jn.19:39,40.
      The body was not anointed. Mk.15:46 to 16:1; Lk.23:55 to 24:1.

      The women bought materials before the sabbath. Lu.23:56.
      The women bought materials after the sabbath. Mk.16:1.

      Jesu was first seen by Cephas, then the twelve. 1 Cor.15:5.
      Jesu was first seen by the two Marys. Mt.28:1,8,9.
      Jesu was first seen by Mary Magdalene. Mk.16:9; Jn.20:1,14,15.
      Jesu was first seen by Cleopas and others. Lu.24:17,18.
      Jesu was first seen by the disciples. Acts 10:40,41.

      The two Marys went to the tomb. Mt.28:1.
      The two Marys and Salome went to the tomb. Mk.16:1.

      Several women went to the tomb. Lu.24:10.
      Only Mary Magdalene went to the tomb. Jn.20:1.

      It was dawn when Mary went to the tomb. Mt.28:1; Mk.16:2.
      It was dark when Mary went to the tomb. Jn.20:1.

      An angel sat on the stone at the door of the tomb. Mt.28:2.
      A man was sitting inside the tomb. Mk.16:5.

      Two men were standing inside the tomb. Lk.24:3,4.
      Two angels were sitting inside the tomb. Jn.20:12.

      Peter did not go into the tomb but stooped and looked inside. Lk.24:12.
      Peter did go into the tomb, and another disciple stooped and looked inside. Jn.20:3-6.

      After the resurrection, the disciples held Jesu by the feet. Mt.28:9.
      After the resurrection, Jesu told Thomas to touch his side. John 20:27.
      After the resurrection, Jesu said that he was not to be touched. Jn.20:17.

      Mary first saw Jesu at the tomb. Jn.20:11-15.
      Mary first saw Jesu on her way home. Mt.28:8-10.

      The women entered the tomb. Mk.16:5; Lk.24:3.
      The women stayed outside the tomb. Jn.20:11.

      The disciples were frightened when they saw Jesu. Lk.24:36,37.
      The disciples were glad when they first saw Jesu. Jn.20:20.
      Twelve disciples saw Jesu. 1 Cor.15:5.
      Eleven disciples saw Jesu. Thomas was not there. Mt.28:16,17; Jn.20:19-25.
      The disciples doubted that Jesu had risen from the dead. Mt.28:17.
      The Pharisees and chief priests believed it possible. Mt.27:62-66.

      After the resurrection, the disciples held Jesu by the feet. Mt.28:9.
      After the resurrection, Jesu told Thomas to touch his side. John 20:27.
      After the resurrection, Jesu said that he was not to be touched. Jn.20:17.

      At the time of the ascension, there were about 120 brethren. Acts 1:15.
      At the time of the ascension, there were about 500 brethren. 1 Cor.15:6.

      The moneychangers incident occurred at the end of Jesu’ career. Mt.21:11,12.
      The moneychangers incident occurred at the beginning of Jesu’ career. Jn.2:11-15.

      Zacharias was the son of Jehoida, the priest. 2 Chr.24:20.
      Jesu said that Zacharias was the son of Barachias. Mt.23:35. (Note: The name Barachias or Barachiah does not appear in the OT.)

      The coming of the kingdom will be accompanied by signs and miracles. Mt.24:29-33; Mk.13:24-29.
      It will not be accompanied by signs and miracles since it occurs from within. Lk.17:20,21.

      The kingdom was prepared from the beginning. Mt.25:34.
      Jesu said that he was going to go and prepare the kingdom. Jn.14:2,3.

      Blasphemy of the Holy Spirit is an unforgivable sin. Mk.3:29.
      All sins are forgivable. Acts 13:39; Col.2:13; 1 Jn.1:9.

      The ascension took place while the disciples were seated together at a table. Mk.16:14-19.
      The ascension took place outdoors at Bethany. Lk.24:50,51.
      The ascension took place outdoors at Mt. Olivet. Acts 1:9-12.

      The holy spirit was with John from before he was born. Lk.1:15,41.
      The holy spirit was with Elizabeth before John’s birth. Lk.1:41.
      The holy spirit was with Zechariah. Lk.1:67.
      The holy spirit was with Simeon. Lk.2:25.
      The holy spirit is obtained by asking. Lk.11:13.
      The holy spirit did not come into the world until after Jesu had departed. Jn.7:39; Jn.16:7; Acts 1:3-8.

      Sometimes G-d is responsible for unbelief. 2 Thes.2:11,12.
      Sometimes Jesu is responsible for unbelief. Mk.4:11,12.
      The devil causes unbelief. Lk.8:12.
      WOW! they believe in a man/g-d/devil that causes unbelief?

      Whoever hates his brother is a murderer. 1 Jn.3:15.
      If anyone claims to love G-d but hates his brother, he is a liar. 1 Jn.4:20.
      No one can be a disciple of Jesu unless he hates his brother. Lk.14:26.

      Believers do not come into judgment. Jn.5:24.
      All people come into judgment. Mt.12:36; 2 Cor.5:10; Heb.9:27; 1 Pet.1:17; Jude 14,15; Rev.20:12,13.

      Jesu says that, if he bears witness to himself, his testimony is true. Jn.8:14.
      Jesu says that, if he bears witness to himself, his testimony is not true. Jn.5:31.

      Men can choose whether or not to believe. Jn.5:38-47.
      Only G-d chooses who will believe. Jn.6:44.

      None of Jesu’ followers would be lost. Jn.10:27-29.
      Some of Jesu’ followers would be lost. 1 Tim.4:1.

      Jesu is the ruling prince of this world. Rev.1:5.
      The prince of this world will be cast out. Jn.12:31.

      Jesu says all men will be saved. Jn.3:17.
      Only 144,000 virgin men will be saved. Rev. 14:1-4.
      (fuuny most Christians are married and not virgins)
      G-d wants all men to be saved. 1 Tim.2:3,4; 2 Pet.3:9.
      G-d does not want all men to be saved. Jn.12:40.

      Peter asks Jesu where he is going. Jn.13:36.
      Thomas asks Jesu where he is going. Jn.14:5.
      Jesu said that no one asked where he was going. Jn.16:5.

      Jesu lost only one disciple. Jn.17:12.
      Jesu lost no disciples. Jn.18:9.

      Jesu came into the world to bear witness to the truth. Jn.18:37.
      The truth has always been evident. Rom.1:18-20.

      During his first resurrection appearance, Jesu gave his disciples the holy spirit. Jn.20:22.
      The holy spirit was given to the disciples after his ascension. Acts 1:3-8.

      The world could not contain all that could be written of Jesu. Jn.21:25.
      All was written. Acts.1:1.
      Obey the laws of men for it is the will of G-d. 1 Pet.2:13-15.
      The disciples disobey the council. Acts 5:40-42.

      Obey G-d, not men. Acts 5:29.
      Obey men. It is G-d’s will. Rom.13:1-4; 1 Pet.2:13-15.

      G-d hated Esau and loved Jacob even before they were born. Rom.9:10-13.
      G-d shows no partiality and treats all alike. Acts 10:34; Rom.2:11.

      All who have sinned without the law will perish without the law. Rom.2:12.
      Where there is no law there is no sin or transgression. Rom.4:15.

      Doers of the law will be justified. Rom.2:13.
      Doers of the law will not be justified. Rom.3:20; Gal.3:11.

      The law has dominion. Rom.7:1.
      The law does not have dominion. Rom.6:14.

      The law was the result of sin. Gal.3:19.
      Sin is the result of breaking the law. 1 Jn.3:4.

      Those of “G-d” cannot sin. 1 Jn.3:9.
      Those of “G-d” can sin. 1 Jn.1:7 8.

      The anointing of Jesu teaches right from wrong. 1 Jn.2:27.
      The law written on the heart and conscience teaches right from wrong. Rom.2:15.

      Abraham was justified by faith. Heb.11:8.
      Abraham was justified by works. Jms.2:21.
      Abraham was not justified by works. Rom.4:2.

      It is not good to eat or drink anything that might cause your brother to stumble or be offended. Rom.14:21.
      Let no one pass judgment on you in matters of food or drink. Col.2:16.

      It is better that widows should not remarry. 1 Cor.7:8.
      It is better that young widows should remarry. 1 Tim.5:11-14.

      The G-d of this world blinds people to the gospel. 2 Cor.4:4.
      There is only one G-d. 1 Cor.8:4.

      The powers of this world are wicked, so fight against them. Eph.6:11-13.
      All powers are ordained of G-d and, if you resist, you are damned. Rom.13:1,2.

      Bear one another’s burdens. Gal.6:2.
      Bear your own burdens. Gal.6:5.

      Anyone who even greets a non-believer shares his wicked work. 2 Jn.10,11.
      Always be ready to answer any man concerning your faith. 1 Pet.3:15.

      All of the grass on the earth is burned up. Rev.8:7.
      The army of locusts are instructed not to harm the grass. Rev.9:4.

      Only “The Father” knows. Mk.13:32.
      “Jesu” and “The Father” are one. Jn.10:30; 17:11,21,22.

      Jesu said that he would judge. Jn.5:22,27-30; Jn.9:39.
      Jesu said that he would not judge. Jn.8:15; Jn.12:47.
      Jesu said that The Father judges. Jn.12:48,49.
      Jesu said that The Father does not judge. Jn.5:22.
      Jesu said that his disciples would judge. Lk.22:30.

      He that does not believe is damned. Mk.16:16.
      Thomas did not believe and was not damned. Jn.20:27-29.

      “When his branch is yet tender”. Mt.24:32.
      “When her branch is yet tender”. Mk.13:28.

      Jesu is G-d. Jn.10:30.
      Jesu is the “image” of G-d. 2 Cor.4:4.
      Jesu was a man approved by G-d. Acts 2:22.
      Jesu and G-d are one in the same. Jn.1:1.
      Jesu is beside himself. Mk.16:19; Acts 2:32,33; 7:55; Rom.8:34; etc.
      Jesu is the Son of G-d. Jn.6:69; Jn.20:31.
      Jesu is the Son of Man. Mt.18:11; Lk.21:27.
      Oh come on now!

      Paul states that he does not lie. Rom.9:1; 2 Cor.11:31; Gal.1:20; 1 Tim.2:7.
      Paul states that he does lie. Rom.3:7.
      Looks like Paul did lie, in his writings.

      Paul said that he does not use trickery. 1 Thes.2:3.
      Paul admits to using trickery. 2 Cor.12:16.

      Paul says that circumcision is nothing. 1 Cor.7:19.
      Paul says that circumcision is profitable. Rom.2:25; Rom.3:1,2.

      Do not covet. Rom.7:7; Rom.13:9.
      Paul says covet. 1 Cor.12:31; 1 Cor.14:39.

      Paul teaches not to steal. Eph.4:28.
      Paul admits to stealing. 2 Cor.11:8.

      Paul was assured that he would not be hurt. Acts 18:9,10.
      Paul was often physically abused. 2 Cor.11:23-27.

      Paul states that the law is necessary. Rom.3:31.
      Paul states that the law is not necessary. Rom.6:14.

      Jesu said to go and baptize. Mt.28:19.
      Paul said he was not sent to baptize. 1 Cor.1:17.
      Paul said he was not sent to baptize but to preach. 1 Cor.1:17.
      Paul baptized. 1 Cor.1:16.

      Jesu said that he did not come to abolish the law. Mt.5:17-19.
      Paul said otherwise. Eph.2:15.

      Jesu said that G-d did not condemn the world. Jn. 3:17.
      Paul said that G-d did condemn the world. Rom.5:18.

      Those present at Paul’s conversion stood. Acts 9:7.
      They fell to the ground. Acts 26:14.
      Those present at Paul’s conversion heard a voice but saw nothing. Acts 9:7.
      Those present at Paul’s conversion saw a light but heard nothing. Acts 22:9.

      Shortly after his conversion, Paul went to Damascus where he spent some time with the apostles. Acts 9:19.
      Paul went to Damascus three years later and saw only Peter and James. Gal.1:18,19.
      Shortly after his conversion, Paul went to Damascus and then to Jerusalem. Acts 9:18-26.
      Shortly after his conversion, Paul went to Arabia, then to Damascus, and then, 3 years later, to Jerusalem. Gal.1:17,18.

      In Damascus, the governor attempts to seize Paul. 2 Cor.11:32.
      In Damascus, the Jews attempt to seize Paul. Acts 9:22,23.

      The holy spirit forbids preaching in Asia. Acts 16:6.
      Paul preaches in Asia anyway. Acts 19:8-10.

      Paul said he would not be a servant of Christ if he tried to please men. Gal.1:10.
      Paul said that he tried to please men. 1 Cor.10:33.

      Paul says that he was the chief of all sinners. 1 Tim.1:15.
      He who commits sin is of the devil. Children of G-d cannot sin. 1 Jn.3:8-10.

      Paul said that Jesu is the judge. 2 Tim.4:1.
      Paul said that G-d is the judge. Heb.12:23.
      Paul said that the saints would judge. 1 Cor.6:2.

      Paul said that Jesu was the Son of G-d. Rom.1:3,4.
      Paul said that Jesu was just a man. Heb.7:24.

      Do not boast. Lk.18:14.
      Do not be proud. Rom.11:20; 1 Pet. 5:5.
      Paul proudly boasts. 2 Cor.11:16-18; Gal.2:9-11.

      Jesu commends the church at Ephesus for discerning the lying apostles. Rev. 2:1,2.
      Paul was the apostle to Ephesus. Eph.1:1.

      Jesu to be buried for three days and nights – Matt 12:40
      Jesu buried for one day and two nights – Mark 15:42,43, John 20:1
      (These texts show the burial did not take place until Friday night and the tomb was empty before Sunday morning).
      Jesu was therefore not in the tomb for “three days and three nights” – whether present-day or Jewish time-reckoning is used.

      NOWHERE in the Bible does it claim that the New Testament is G-d’s word or infallible. Fallible imperfect human beings did! Check the New Testament against Deu 4:2 “Ye shall not add unto the word which I command you, neither shall ye diminish from it, that ye may keep the commandments of the LORD your God which I command you.” The TaNaCH is scripture. (G-d’s Word) Everything must be in light of Torah. The NT is contrary to Torah, Moshe and the Prophets. It’s the RCC’s (Constantines *Universal Church* 325CE) book. A combination of Mithraism and Hinduism, blended with Egyptian/Roman Sun god worship. It’s all Greek to me after checking sources other than Christian/Messianic interpretations. ie: Hebrew.

      Here’s a very simple bible study anyone can do on their own without being a bible scholar or translator. Compare the quotes of the Hebrew Bible as found in your New Testament that are passed off as “fulfillments of Messianic prophecy” with the corresponding parent texts in a Hebrew-English Bible.

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