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       The Way of God - Charity, Not Religion

   El Camino de Dios: Caridad, No Religión

YOU are a Child of Light, a Child of Life, and a Child of God's Way! A Truth-Seeker! This makes YOU a potential student of the Nāṣrāyim Path. 

Are you disillusioned with Religion? There must be something beyond this life to believe in, but you've been turned off by mega-churches and televangelists who beg for money while building their own empires. It's the same old sales pitch and it's never felt right. Preachers sound like politicians and both sound like crooked car salesmen. Are you starting to explore the possibility that there may not even be a God?

Truth-Seekers - How do you feel about symbols such as crosses, Jesus-fish, Rosary beads, steeples, the Star of David, the Menorah, the Dharma Wheel, and the Crescent and Star? Do you question their validity? Do you ask yourself: "Why would God want me to wear or give honor to them?" What about circumcision, baptism, Sacred Chrism, or the Lord's Supper (Communion)? Are they valid? Necessary? If so, why? All the above: Why are they required for a legitimate relationship with Deity?

Let me ask some very generalized and non-typical questions that would never be asked by someone churchier.

Is God dead? Is Jesus REALLY alive? Do you really believe Jesus was the son of God? That he was actually the being that placed the Universe into existence? Do you believe that every word in the Bible is literally true? Is there a Heaven and Hell? If God is alive, is he a God of love or a God of judgment and eternal damnation? Why is God a He? Why not She?

 

If John the Baptist was the greatest man to ever live (remember, that's what Jesus said), then why does Christianity label him as someone to introduce Jesus and then get out of the way? That does not sound like such a great man, does it?

What if Western religion got it wrong? Have you ever dared to ask that question? 

What if the core message of John was the one mankind was supposed to focus on? According to the gospel record, John made some things abundantly clear; he wanted his followers to repent and then to find those in need, give them the help they needed, and not charge for this help. This Gospel of Charity doesn't sit well with the world's pyramid scheme called "the church."

 

John never followed Jesus. He never instructed his own disciples to abandon him and go follow the supposed true Messiah. John never joined or attended a church. He never joined or attended a synagogue or Temple.

Ever notice how self-centered Christianity's Plan of Salvation is? YOU are a sinner. YOU need to change. Then they dangle the carrot in front of you: Do you want to go to Heaven? I would ask: Is that REALLY what God would have you focus on?

What if Salvation was the act of meeting needs? Why are churches so concerned with the necessity that you understand that you are a sinner, headed for an eternal hell, in need of forgiveness and redemption with a reward of Heaven? Why? ---Because it is easy to manipulate and control people who are placed in a position of unworthiness and desperation.  If THEY can Convince YOU of your inability to help yourself, THEY are in a position of being the ONLY ONES on the spot with the answer. They say: YOU need a Conversion; Once you've been Converted, YOU are positioned to be Controlled. Convince, Convert, Control - the same technique used by cults.

The YOU are a Child of Light, a Child of Life, and a Child of God's Way! A Truth-Seeker! This makes YOU a potential student of the Nāṣrāyim Path. 

Are you disillusioned with Religion? There must be something beyond this life to believe in, but you've been turned off by mega-churches and televangelists who beg for money while building their own empires. It's the same old sales pitch and it's never felt right. Preachers sound like politicians and both sound like crooked car salesmen. Are you starting to explore the possibility that there may not even be a God?

Truth-Seekers - How do you feel about symbols such as crosses, Jesus-fish, Rosary beads, steeples, the Star of David, the Menorah, the Dharma Wheel, and the Crescent and Star? Do you question their validity? Do you ask yourself: "Why would God want me to wear or give honor to them?" What about circumcision, baptism, Sacred Chrism, or the Lord's Supper (Communion)? Are they valid? Necessary? If so, why? All of the above: Why are they required for a legitimate relationship with Deity?

Let me ask some very generalized and non-typical questions that would never be asked by someone churchier.

Is God dead? Is Jesus alive? Is there a Heaven and Hell? If God is alive, is he a God of love or a God of judgment and eternal damnation? Why is God a He? Why not She? If John the Baptist was the greatest man to ever live (that's what Jesus said), then why does Christianity label him as someone to introduce Jesus and then get out of the way? That does not sound like such a great man, does it?

What if Western religion got it wrong? Have you ever dared to ask that question? 

What if the core message of John was the one mankind was supposed to focus on? He made a few things abundantly clear; he wanted his followers to repent and find those in need, give them the help they needed, and not charge for this help. This Gospel of Charity doesn't sit well with the world's pyramid scheme called "the church."

Ever notice how self-centered Christianity's Plan of Salvation is? YOU are a sinner. YOU need to change. Then they dangle the carrot in front of you: Do you want to go to Heaven? Is that REALLY what God would have you focus on?

What if Salvation was the act of meeting needs? Why are churches so concerned with the necessity that you understand that you are a sinner, headed for an eternal hell, in need of forgiveness and redemption with a reward of Heaven? Why? ---Because it is easy to manipulate and control people who are placed in a position of unworthiness and desperation.  If THEY can Convince YOU of your inability to help yourself, THEY are in a position of being the ONLY ONES on the spot with the answer. YOU need a Conversion, Once you've been Converted, YOU are in a position to be Controlled. Convince, Convert, Control - the same technique used by cults.

 

Nāṣrāyim are not a religious organization although we will be pegged as religious by our critics. Religions try and push doctrine and dogma: "You must believe this and that to be one of us." Nāṣrāyim have beliefs, but that is secondary. To be a practicing member, one must help those in need and take care of business at home. Your first responsibility is to your family. Make sure their needs are met. Once they are taken care of, if you have extra resources and time, help others. That is not religion. It is common sense mixed with a charitable heart.  

“The life of a man consists not in seeing       visions and dreaming dreams,  but in   active charity and willing service.”

                -Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

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You’ve been told a lie. Everything you know about the beginning of the Christian era  is wrong.

 

Did the writers of the New Testament purposely deceive you? This question is central to the purpose of this book.

 

If the New Testament writers did set out to make you believe a lie, what is the truth? That question is answered by the author.

 

What does the New Testament tell you that you should question? The writers told one lie first that was compounded throughout the gospel story: John the Baptist came to introduce the world to Jesus the Messiah. Nothing could be further from the truth. The facts are made plain here.

 

Even the Gospel writers could not evade four facts: John the Baptizer NEVER acknowledged the role of a reincarnated Elijah; NEVER acknowledged Jesus as a messiah or THE Messiah; NEVER became a follower of Jesus; and NEVER dismissed his own disciples to be followers of Jesus.

 

Are you willing to question the status quo of the religious majority? Question the grassroots foundation of Christianity? For instance, the Bible uncategorically condemns human sacrifice as the thing God hates the most. As an oxymoron, Christianity endorsed as foundational the sacrifice of the human, Jesus. Some would argue that Jesus was God and had the right to self-sacrifice, making the act to be suicide of deity, equally appalling. Not worth questioning? I find your standards somewhere in the category of self-contradictory. But who am I to question religious standards? I am simply an author and researcher who has opinions.

 

This and much more will be answered in these pages. You will be left with one final question that only you can answer: If John the Baptizer embodied the REAL Gospel and TRUE Way of God, how should I live my life?

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