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Posted by Richard Ruquist on September 30, 2003 16:30:40 UTC

Jesus did not write the Torah. He did believe in it. Actually Jesus never wrote anything. It was all written by someone else.

When those someone else's write something that directly contradicts what Jesus said, then I cannot believe it came from the Holy Spirit.

For example, in the ministry of Christ, women were raised to an equal, ad some say even superior, position with men. Yet Paul said that the level of women is as much below men as men are below GOd.

That is a direct contradiction. So the Holy Spirit was not alwys with Paul. Often he gave convenient beliefs, like the born again business.

The Jews believed in reincarnation, rather calling it transmigration. So the jewsih belief is that you had to die and be born again to eventually get into heaven, consistent with all other religions. Paul distorted that belief because the state could not very well control the masses if they thought they would just be born again. Paul essentially produced a religion that enhanced state control, as demonstrated by the sordid history of christianityu.

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