WHAT IS THE NEW TESTAMENT?

 

The New Testament is a set of 27 books that are considered sacred (or canonic) by the Christians.

 

The New Testament is considered by the Christians as being the second part of their Bible, of which the first part is the Tanakh, or Hebrew Bible, which they call Old Testament.

 

The Christians say that the 27 books of the New Testament are inspired by God.

 

However, the books of the New Testament are not inspired by God, because in them there are words that contradict the words that God had spoken before, that were already written in the books of the Tanakh, or Hebrew Bible (Old Testament).

 

For example: It is written in the Tanakh (Old Testament), in Genesis 17:9-14 and Exodus 12:48-49 and Leviticus 12:3, that God commanded that all men be circumcised and, however, it is written in the New Testament, in Galatians 5:2, that Paul of Tarsus said for us not to do the circumcision.

 

Another example: It is written in the Tanakh (Old Testament), in Leviticus 11:1-30, that God commanded us not to eat the unclean animals, among which are the pig, the rabbit, the hare, the camel, the ostrich, the scaleless fishes, the shrimp, the lobster, the crab, the squid, the octopus, the mussels and the oysters and, however, it is written in the New Testament, in Romans 14:14 and 14:20 and in 1 Timothy 4:1-4, that Paul of Tarsus said that everything is clean, and that it is allowed to eat anything.

 

Another example: It is written in the Tanakh (Old Testament), in Exodus 20:8-11, that God commanded us not to work in the seventh day of the week, that is the Shabbat and, however, it is written in the New Testament, in Colossians 2:16, that Paul of Tarsus said that it is not necessary to keep the Shabbat.

 

Therefore, the books of the New Testament are not inspired by God, and because of this they are not parts of the true Bible, that is the Hebrew Bible, or Tanakh (Old Testament).

 

Yahveh bless you.

 

Jo„o Paulo Fernandes Pontes (Hebrew name: Yochanan Ben Yosef).

 

Published in May 18, 2012.

 

Updated in March 13, 2014.

 

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