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Re: askrealjesus.com - real jesus talking!


No doubt christendom has been mixed in with ancient religions, and the scriptures are hardly authorative. Altough the sayings of the saint when compared to the sayings of other true saints (spiritual teachers) do give a general trend such as:

That it is possible for everyone to become enlightened (contact God and know truth absolutely) and that no help from the material world is absolutely neceserry for it. Paul spoke of this when he said that the christ mind should also be in us and likewise Jesus prayed for us to be one with god as he is.
Another general trend is that of non-attachment, grow attached to nothing at all and let god take you for a ride and judge nothing with the 'carnal' mind.
Then there are the generally recognized trends such as non-violence, self control, love others as yourself and so forth and so forth.
Reincarnation was also part of the bible god's teaching but the church fathers didnt like it and removed any trace to it. Nevertheless, Elijah was prophecied to return and he did in Baptist John as the bible itself states which needs a lot of (non-biblical) explaining if reincarnation is not recognized.

Then we can discredit the revelation in the bible as a counterfeit of the original revelation which is the Hindu Revelation which leaves so called christian prophecies of armageddon on the brink of delusional dangerous self fullfilling prophecies.

 

 
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