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WAS JESUS A CHRISTIAN? - Metaphysics of Jesus

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What does a Christian believe?

A present day, as also of the past, Christian has been made to believe the myth that Jesus was born to a virgin mother, sired not by his earthly father, Joseph, but by the Holy Spirit. Or simply put, he was the Son of God. And, that he was The One and The Only "Begotten" Son of God.

"That the SONS of GOD saw the daughters of men that were fair, and they took them wives of all which they chose."--[Genesis 6.2]

So, is the Bible wrong? If Jesus were the only one, why does their holy book mention these numerous "sons" of God? Can the Christians choose to ignore any facts, not to their liking, of their own holy book?

Then again, while recounting the lineage from God, it's said, in John 3.38, that:

"... which was the son of Adam, which WAS THE SON OF GOD."

The Christians have made-up Jesus their fancied god; an abomination in the eyes of their ancestral one, who, explicitly forbids them thus:

"...thou shall have NO OTHER GODS BEFORE ME." [Exodus 20.3]

And, what does Jesus himself say, citing his and every other Christian's ancestral scripture; in which it is clearly stated that:

"...YE ARE GODS.." [John 10.34]

Ironically, whereas his unsophisticated followers, today and of before, unlettered in The YOGA OF JESUS, consider him to be God Almighty Himself; their own scripture itself and the Master himself state otherwise. In fact, as is clear from above, Jesus considered you-me, everybody God.

Again, Christians believe in a material "heavenly" world, a physicality called "Kingdom of God" to be somewhere "up there" somewhere; wherein, Jesus would be sitting at the right hand of God. But pray, what does The Master himself say?

"The KINGDOM OF GOD cometh not with observation." [Luke 17.20]

In fact, Jesus puts it plainly and simply, elucidating thus:

"Neither shall they say, lo here! or lo there! for, behold The KINGDOM OF GOD is WITHIN YOU." [Luke 17.21]

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