Subverting the Word of God.

Jesus said; “if I be lifted up...I will draw all men onto me”.

So many believers subvert Jesus as the “Word of God” by lifting up the bible as the “Word of God” which contradicts the bible itself, which states; “In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God...also it states that “the Word became flesh and dwelt among men”....Who was that Word? Jesus and “only” Jesus!

It does NOT state that the “In the beginning was the Bible, and the Bible was with God, and the Bible was God”...nor does it state that “The Bible became flesh and dwelt among men”.

Yet, bible thumpers and people who claim the bible is the Word of God shout and wave the bible in the air shouting, “this is the “Word of God” when trying to enforce the authenticity of their interpretation of its content to collaborate what they believe, while trying to control, judge and condemn people. Why do they do this? Because Jesus, never was into controlling, judging or condemning people. If they lifted Him up they would not be able to get the people to do what they want them to do.

The bible is “THE BOOK” among books and when used, understood correctly is the road map to Jesus, the revealer of God and the Savior of man-kind.

But when its content is ABUSED by incorrect interpretation, and and misunderstanding it has been the source, and still is, used as a destructive tool in the hands of its abusers to manipulate and control people for their own benefit, and inflict diabolical hardship on people by using its out of context content to inflict all sorts of atrocities on human kind.

A quote of Bishop Tutu is an example of this abuse.
“When the missionaries came to Africa they had the Bible and we had the land. They said "Let us pray." We closed our eyes. When we opened them we had the Bible and they had the land.”


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