Is The Bible The Word Of God Or The Work Of Man
By Olatunji Mwamba
These passages which I am providing will prove conclusively that the Biblical writers plagiarized, convoluted, and perverted our ancient Afrikan Nile Valley story with their Euro-Asiatic cultural ideas and concepts. And quiet as it's kept, we are still Afrikan people. That has not changed, despite our having been in the Western hemisphere for over 400 years. Let us be clear, the Bible is not the word of God. It is the work of men, evil men at that. If you are in doubt of what I am asserting, all you need do is read The Old edition of The King James version of the Bible.
Here are some things to consider: There are several books mentioned in the Bible, but those books mentioned, are not contained within its pages. Here are some of those Books. In Numbers 21:14 (The Book of Wars of The Lord), Joshua 10:13 (The Book of Jasher), 1st Chronicles 29:29 (The Books of Nathan and Gad) 2nd Chronicles 9:29 (The Book of Nathan, The Prophecy of Ahijah, The Shelonite, and The Visions of Iddo), 2nd Chronicles 12:15 (The Book of Shemiah and The Visions of Iddo), 2nd Chronicles 20:13 (The Book of Jehu). My question is this: Where are these books, who removed them, and why?
There are major plagiarized passages and stories from ancient Nile Valley texts, such as "The 10 Commandments", which were plagiarized from "The 42 Principles of Ma'at", which you can read on any of the walls of the various Temples and the various Tombs, etc. from ancient Kemet (Egypt) or in chapter 125, plate #31, of what is now known as "The Egyptian Book of The Dead", but what should be correctly referred to as "Pert-Em-Heru" ("The Book of Coming Forth From Darkness Into Light"). Another plagiarized passage is The Book of Psalms 104, dated, circa 2nd century B.C.E., which is almost identical to the much earlier. "The Hymn Of Aten", dated circa 1353 B.C.E. In addition, the story of Ausar , Aset, and Heru (Osiris, Isis, and Horus), is where they plagiarized the story of Yashua (so-called perverted name of Jesus) , which predates even Kemet and can be found existing in ancient Ta-Seti, Nubia, at least 1,000 years before Kemet (Egypt) became a united Nation in 4,236 B.C.E. for the first time in recorded history. In fact, there never was man named Jesus to ever walk the face of the Earth. The name Jesus can only be traced etymologically back to Zeus, a Homosexual God, who came down from Mount Olympus, as a bird, to kidnap Ganymede, and to take him back to Mount Olympus to be his young male lover. In fact, there is no letter J contained anywhere in the Hebrew language or the Greek language, for that matter. There wasn't even a Letter J contained within the English language until the 16th Century A.C.E. There is also no archaeological or anthropological evidence that a man even resembling the one described in the Gospels of The Bible existed either. Keep this in mind. Our ancient, indigenous Afrikan Nile Valley ancestors made sure that we would never forget our story by carving it and /or writing and painting it on the walls of the Temples and Tombs in Kemet (Egypt). This, besides writing it on Papyri, on what later became known as paper.
There are some of the major contradictions in the Bible too. Here are just a few for you to examine. These passages, describes who came to see the sepulcher where Yashua lay in his tomb: The Gospel of Matthew 28:1, it says it was Mary Magdalene and the other Mary who came, @ dawn on the first day of the week. In the Gospel of Mark 16:1, it says it was Mary Magdalene, Mary the Mother of James, and Salome, who came @ dawn, on the first day of the week. In the Gospel of Luke 24:1 &10 it says it was Mary Magdalene, Mary the Mother of James, Joanna, and other women who were with them, who came @ dawn, on the first day of the week. Finally, in the Gospel of John 20:1, it says it was Mary Magdalene, Mary the Mother of James, Joanna, and other women who were with them, who came @ dawn, on the first day of the week. So, who actually came to witness this event @ dawn, on the first day of the week? Was it Mary Magdalene and the other Mary who came, or was Mary Magdalene, Mary the Mother of James, and Salome, who came, or was it Mary Magdalene, Mary the Mother of James, Joanna, and other women who were with them, who came, or was it Mary Magdalene, all by herself, who came who came? So, which of these stories in the Gospels am I to believe?
Also, there are these two contradictory passages: Genesis 22:14, where it says, "And Abraham called the name of that place Jehovah Jireh, as it is said to this day, in the Mount of Lord it shall be seen". Then compare that passage to this one in Exodus 6: 2&3, where it says , "And God spake unto Moses, and said unto him, I am the Lord: And I appeared unto Abraham, unto Isaac, and unto Jacob, by my name of God Almighty, but by my name Jehovah, was I not known to them". So the question is how can Abraham name a place after Jehovah, but not know him by that name?
There is also this contradiction. In Genesis 32:30 it says, "And Jacob called the name of the place Pe-ni--'el: for I have seen God face to face, and my life is preserved". However, in The Gospel of John 1:18, it says, "No man hath seen God at any time..." So, has man seen God or not?
In addition, in Genesis there are two different descriptions of how man was created. In Genesis 1:26-27, it says man and woman were created at the same time. In Genesis 2:20-23, it says Adam was by himself, before God created Eve. So which story am I to accept as correct? These two passages contradict each other. And what about a talking snake? If you believe that a snake talked to someone, I've got a bridge I want to sell you for $5.00. A snake has never talked to anyone before or since. Nor has anyone ever walked on water either.
There is also the problem of "The Council of Nicaea", where they created "The Nicene Creed" (The Father, Son, and The Holy Ghost/Spirit) on June
19, 325 A.C.E. Before 325 A.C.E., there was no creed such as the ‘Nicene Creed’, that governed the Church anywhere.
There's an article that was written in ‘The USA TODAY’, dated November 3, 1999, p.11 D, entitled, "Archaeologist Tries To Rip Out Jewish History's Biblical Roots", proving that most of the events and famous personages described in the Bible never happened nor existed. In the article, "Ze'ev Herzog, a professor at Tel Aviv University, argues that the Exodus of the Hebrews from Egypt probably never happened, the Ten Commandments were not given on Mount Sinai, and Joshua never conquered the land of Israel. Herzog says that if there was a King David, he probably was no more than a tribal chieftain. The same holds true for King Solomon.
"The many Egyptian documents known to us do not make any reference to the sojourn of the Children of Israel in Egypt or the events of the Exodus". He said, "Generations of scholars tried to locate Mount Sinai and the stations of the tribes of Israel in the desert. Despite all of this diligent research, not one site was identified that could correspond to the Biblical picture". Later, in the same article, they found a scholar who disputes what Professor Herzog said. Here is what Adam Zertal, archaeologist at the University of Haifa, who has dedicated his life to mapping out the Biblical episodes in Samaria, including the entry of Joshua into the Holyland, had to say. He said, "We found almost certain proof that the story of the entry into Israel is very believable. The relevant materials are in the field. We only have to find them". So, which is it? Either he found the relevant materials or he didn't? From his statement, it is clear he hasn't found them yet. Even the Bible says in Galatians 4:22-24, the story of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob is an allegory, which means it's symbolic of something else.