God’s Science v. 5.1 No Miracles: False Holy Men

 

 

 

 

Chapter 1

 

The Bible Itself Notes

Evils, Bad Things in

“All” Holy Men,

Angels, Preachers, Churches:

And Their Holiest “Doctrines,”

And All Other Holy, Sacred Things,

As “Magic,” “Sorcer”y, “Illusion”;

And Stressed Not “Faith,”

But Science

 

 

 

Preface/Segue/Introduction

 

 

Our preachers and holy men often promised us huge, amazing miracles. Indeed, Christianity was probably successful, because it made huge, incredible promises. Our holy men often promised us that if we just trust and believe and follow them, they would give us wonderful powers: we would be able to walk on water, and make literal, physical mountains move; and make bread appear out of thin air. And do “all” the “works” that Jesus did, and “greater things than these”; “whatever” we “ask”ed for. And yet however, though we read of many such miracles in the past, many people, and science, seem to suggest that few if any of us get so many miracles today. Look around you: is anyone at all literally walking on water? So what should we say? Must we continue to absolutely trust and believe – and have faith in – our holy men, our preachers, or their vision of Christ?

 

For centuries, the main content of Christianity has been 1) promising huge amazing miracles; but then 2) delivering sermons, apologetics, to try to explain it when the promised miracles often do not, somehow, arrive. And among the dozens, hundreds of attempted excuses or explanations for the lack of miracles, has been … the assertion that the Bible, God, told us that if God did not seem to be delivering the things priests promised, miracles, then after all, God was just “test”ing our “faith.” God was just temporarily withholding his promised rewards, to see if we would remain loyal to him, even when he did not seem to be fulfilling his promises.

 

But finally, we need to look more closely at this. First 1) do we really see “all” the miracles today, that the Bible promised? Many would say that no one today is getting miracles of the same size and scale as the Bible promised; not just “spiritual” wonders, but huge spectacular miracles: nobody at all is apparently today getting the specific wonders often promised; no one is literally walking on water, and making bread appear out of thin air. No matter how good they are; no matter how many of the additional demands or burdens priests put on them, no matter what they do: no one at all is working these specific miracles.

 

So what should we say? Is this true? And if so … what does the Bible itself finally say about such things? Does the Bible really command us to simply continue to believe and follow and obey our preachers, with total blind “faith”? Even when they do not seem to be delivering the physical things they so firmly promised us? Here we find that actually, contrary to what we always heard in church from preachers, the Bible did not say that; the Bible did not stress 1) the authority of preachers; or 2) stress such strong faith in them, or in their sayings about God. Far from it.

 

Actually, surprisingly, the Bible itself warned that one “day,” we are supposed to discover that essentially “all” our holiest men and angels, often sinned and erred.

 

 

 

The Bible Warned of False Things

All Priests and Ministers

And Religious Leaders of All Kinds

 

 

Could nearly all our holy men, all over the world, often be partially wrong? At first that seems impossible. But the Bible itself said it. There are in fact, hundreds of warnings in the Bible itself, about bad things in our holiest men and angels; including especially, priests and ministers:

 

 

“All have sinned and fall short of the glory of God” (Rom. 3.23).

 

“There is no man who does not sin” (1 Kings 8.46 KJE).

 

“The time has come for judgment to begin with the household of God…. It begins with us” (St. Peter, in 1 Peter 4.17, in The Holy Bible; New Testament, Gospel book of St. Mark; 13.31-32. Revised Standard Edition, or “RSV”).

 

“Hear this, O priests, pay attention, O house of Israel, O household of the king, give ear! It is you who are called to judgement. For you have become a snare… and a net…. Now Ephraim has played the harlot, Israel is defiled. Their deeds do not allow them to return to their God…. The arrogance of Israel bears witness against him…. And Judah stumbles with them. With their flocks and their herds they shall go to seek the LORD, but they shall not find him; he has withdrawn himself from them. They have been untrue to the LORD, for they have begotten illegitimate children” (Hos. 5.1, 3-4, 5-7 NAB).

 

“And now, O priests, this command is for you. If you will not listen, if you will not lay it to heart … says the LORD of hosts, then I will send the curse upon you and I will curse your blessings; indeed, I have already cursed them…. Behold, I will rebuke your offspring, and spread dung upon your faces, the dung of your offerings.… ” (Mal. 2.1-3).

 

“An appalling and horrible thing has happened in the land: the prophets prophesy falsely, and the priests rule at their direction; my people love to have it so, but what will you do when the end comes?” (Jer. 5.30-31).

 

“…With you is my contention, O priest. You shall stumble by day; the prophet also shall stumble with you by night, and I will destroy your mother. My people are destroyed for lack of knowledge; because you have rejected knowledge, I reject you from being a priest to me” (Hos. 4.1-6).

 

“And the high priest Ananias [“Anan” = “White” or “cloud” in Hebrew?] – commanded those who stood by him to strike him on the mouth. Then Paul said to him, ‘God shall strike you, you whitewashed wall…! ‘” (Acts. 23.2-6 6).

 

“The priest and the prophet reel with strong drink, they are confused with wine … they err in vision, they stumble in giving judgment” (Isa. 28.7-8).

 

Who is blind, but my servant? or deaf, as my messenger that I sent? who is blind as he that is perfect, and blind as the LORD’s servant? Seeing many things, but thou observest not; opening the ears, but he heareth not. The LORD is well pleased for his righteousness’ sake; he will magnify the law, and make it honourable. But this is a people robbed and spoiled; they are all of them snared in holes… Who among you will give ear to this? who will hearken and hear for the time to come?” (Isa.42.19-23 KJE).

 

“Even in his servants he puts no trust, and his angels he charges with error” (Job 4.18 RSV).

 

 

Many people today, try to say that such warnings about false priests, are only for priests of a) the past. Or for b) other religions, other than Christianity. Or for c) other churches, than your own. But clearly, many of these warnings are for all time. Even for the time of Christianity, and those who feel they are Christians:

 

 

“So now many antichrists have come…. They went out from us….” (1 John 2.19).

 

“As for you, you whitewash with lies” (n.p.).

 

“You … boast of your relation to God and know his will and approve what is excellent, because you are instructed…. And if you are sure that you are a guide to the blind, a light to those who are in darkness, a corrector of the foolish, a teacher of children, … then you who teach others, will you not teach yourself?” (Rom. 2.17-21).

 

“Who are you to pass judgment on the servant of another?” (Rom. 14.1-5-10-13-14-22-23).

 

“Satan disguises himself as an angel of light. So it is not strange if his servants also disguise themselves as servants of righteousness” (2 Corin. 11.13-15 RSV). “Therefore it is no great thing if his ministers also be transformed as the ministers of righteousness” (2 Corin. 11.14-15 KJE)>

 

“God sends them a powerful delusion, leading them to believe what is false…” (2 Thess. 2.11).

 

“And Jesus answered him … you are Peter, and on this rock I will build my church…. But he turned and said to Peter, ‘Get thee behind me, Satan! You are a hindrance to me; for you are not on the side of God, but of man.'” (Mat. 16.18-23).

 

“For such men are false apostles, deceitful workmen, disguising themselves as apostles of Christ. And no wonder, for even Satan disguises himself as an angel of light” (2 Corin. 11.13-14 RSV).

 

“Nobody is good, except one, God” (Mark 10.18 NWT; Luke 18.19).

 

 

 

It seems that false things are to persist in holy men, and those who say – and even sincerely think – that they are following “Christ” and the “lord,” even to the end of time, and the “day” of judgement:

 

 

“An appalling and horrible thing has happened in the land: the prophets prophesy falsely, and the priests rule at their direction; my people love to have it so, but what will you do when the end comes?” (Jer. 5.30-31).

 

“On that day many will say to me, ‘Lord, Lord, did we not prophesy in your name, and cast out demons in your name, and do mighty works in your name?’ And then will I declare to them, ‘I never knew you; depart from me you evildoers'” (Mat. 7.22-23).

 

Who is blind, but my servant? or deaf, as my messenger that I sent? who is blind as he that is perfect, and blind as the LORD’s servant? Seeing many things, but thou observest not; opening the ears, but he heareth not. The LORD is well pleased for his righteousness’ sake; he will magnify the law, and make it honourable. But this is a people robbed and spoiled; they are all of them snared in holes… Who among you will give ear to this? who will hearken and hear for the time to come?” (Isa.42.19-23 KJE).

 

“The heavens and earth that now exist have been stored up for fire” (Peter, of his own present, Christian heaven itself; 2 Peter. 3.7. Also 3.4-10-13).

 

 

There are particularly, many warnings about “false prophets” throughout religion; even in the Judeo-Christian tradition. And these false prophets, are to persist until the end of time. (And by the way, most warnings about “false prophets” would probably apply to preachers too … since preachers follow prophets and their writings, so religiously, so “faith”fully):

 

 

“Beware of false prophets” (Mat. 7.15).

 

“Many false prophets will arise” (Mat. 24.11).

 

“For false Christs and false prophets will arise” (Mat. 24.24; Mark 13.22; 2 Peter 2.1; 1 John 4.1).

 

“The prophets have seen for you false and deceptive visions” (Lam 2.14).

 

“The dreamers tell false dreams” (Zech. 10.2).

 

“I will remove from the land the prophets” (Zech. 13.2).

 

“Every prophet will be ashamed of his vision” (Zech. 13.4).

 

“Behold, I am against the prophets, says the LORD, who steal my words from one another. Behold, I am against the prophets, says the LORD, who us their tongues and say, ‘Says the LORD'” (Jer. 23.30).

 

“As for you, you whitewash with lies…. Will you speak falsely for God, and speak deceitfully for him?” (Job 13.4-7).

 

“An appalling and horrible thing has happened in the land: the prophets prophesy falsely, and the priests rule at their direction; my people love to have it so, but what will you do when the end comes?” (Jer. 5.31).

 

 

The Bible even contains many statements that tell us there are even sins in spirits and spirituality and so forth, too. Statements about evil spirits, and so forth. Even in the heart of things we were taught are holy. Including “spirit,” and even “faith”:

 

 

“The prophet is a fool, the man of the spirit is mad” (Hos. 9.7).

 

“What does it profit, my Brethren, if a man says he has faith but has not works? Can his faith save him? If a brother or sister is ill-clad and in lack of daily food, and one of you says to them, ‘God in peace, be warned and filled,’ without giving them the things needed for the body, what does it profit? So faith, by itself, if it has not works, is dead” (James 2.14-17).

 

 

Surprisingly, even the heads, the “angels” of the churches – and therefore, the churches themselves it seems – are not really reliable. Not even the very first Christian churches, founded or overseen by the Twelve Apostles and Paul, themselves:

 

 

“To the angel of the church … I have not found your works perfect” (Rev. 3.1, 2 Revised Standard Version, or “RSV”).

 

“To the angel of the church in Ephesus … I know your works, your toil and your patient endurance, and how you cannot bear evil men but have tested those who call themselves apostles but are not, and found them to be false…. But I have this against you, that you have abandoned the love you had at first” (Rev. 2.1, .2, .4 RSV).

 

“To the angel of the church in Thyatira … I have this against you….” (Rev. 2.18, 20 RSV).

 

“And to the angel of the church in Pergamum … I know where you well, where Satan’s throne is…. Repent then…. (Rev. 2.12, 13, 16).

 

 

Amazingly, finally, the Bible even tells us that many in heaven are bad, and will be punished:

 

 

“The LORD will punish the host of heaven, in heaven….” (Isa. 24.21 RSV).

 

“God did not spare the angels … but cast them into hell….” (2 Peter 1.4).

 

 

Shatteringly in fact, finally God told us that because of huge sins in our holiest men and even the angels, one “day,” our heaven itself is to be destroyed. By God himself:

 

 

“It is easier for heaven and earth to be destroyed, than for one dot of the law to become void (Luke 16.17; Mat. 5.18; etc.).

 

“But … the heavens will pass away with a loud noise….” (2 Peter 3.10; italics mine).

 

“The heavens will vanish like smoke” (Isa. 51.6).

 

“All the host of heaven shall rot away, and the skies roll up like a scroll “(Isa. 34.4 RSV).

 

“And the heaven departed as a scroll that is being rolled up…” (Rev. 6.14).

 

“The heavens and earth that now exist have been stored up for fire” (2 Peter. 3.7; the Christian heaven, of Peter).

 

 

Many preachers might want to say or imply, that all such warnings apply to holy men and angels and the heaven of the past. But most Christians properly believe that the Apocalypse, the Last Judgement of which the Destruction of Heaven is a part, has not yet taken place. Indeed, we will find here and elsewhere, that the Bible makes it clear that sins in holy men continued from the past, on into the future. Even into essentially “all” “Christian” churches. To the point that, amazingly, our own present Christian heaven itself finally, the Christian heaven that “now” existed for St. Peter for instance, is to be destroyed:

 

 

“By the same word the heavens and earth that now exist [in Christianity] have been stored up for fire….” (2 Peter 3.7; italics and comments, ours).

 

“What sort of persons ought you to be…, waiting for and hastening the coming of the day of God, because of which the heavens will be kindled and dissolved….!” (2 Peter 3.12).

 

 

The destruction of Heaven, discovering sins even in our holiest men and angels, is a shocking, shattering thing to believers. And yet, this is what we will find the Bible really, finally said. And indeed if anything, it even gets worse than this.

 

 

 

Specifically:

The “Worship” of the World, of “Christ,”

Is to Be Found “False”;

Dominated By

Magic, “Magic”ians, “Sorcerers,” and Their

“Enchantments,” “Lies,”

“Illusions”

 

 

The Bible itself adamantly warned about many false things in our Christianity; even in our heaven; false priests and so forth. This we have said in greater detail elsewhere thought; here and now we are about to get to our main point in our present book: that among other things, the Bible warned prominently and specifically, that our false holy men would be allied to belief in Magic allied to magicians. Especially, the holy texts warned that one “day” we would see that the whole world had been dominated specifically, in part, by false prophets, false priests, who were allied to “magicians” and “sorcerers,” and so forth. While these various magical figures, may have even already at times reflected confusions in the image we had of Christ; in that there was in the time of Paul, a magician, with a very similar name to Jesus, “Bar Jesus,” also known as “Elymas,” who was a magician (Acts. 13.6).

 

In any case, 1) Anthropology tells us that the probable roots of much of religion, comes from ancient beliefs in Magic; our whole idea of “spirits,” may come from ancient magical/religious beliefs, like Animism especially: the belief that most material things have some invisible animating, human-like “spirit” living in them. But to be sure, 2) Judaism and Christianity have been eager to distinguish their spirits and so forth, from all the others; and so the Old Testament god frequently spoke against various kinds of not only “false spirits,” but also related magicians, sorcerers. In particular, the Bible often spoke against the many different elements of what many would now call Magic: speaking against “enchantments”; “illusions,” “augurs” or fortune-tellers or prophets; “necromancy”; and “soothsaying,” and so forth. Often these various kinds of magical belief were quite similar to elements of Judaism; Moses for example, has in effect a contest with the magicians of the Pharaoh, and does many of the same things; turning his staff into a snake and so forth. So that it is not surprising that various magical figures are often found associated even with Jewish kings, and also are even called “prophet.” Bar Jesus/Elymas for example, is called both a magician, but also a “false prophet,” in Acts 13.6).

 

But be sure, later traditions decided that some of these “prophets” were not quite in the Judeo-Christian mainstream; were not following the Judeo-Christian idea of God and Good. And so they were to be thought of as being heretics, or false prophets, or just evil magicians and so forth. So that 2) as God is exposing false things in prophets, priests, preachers, he is also condemning many “magicians” found closely associated with the holiest men. This 3) happens among other times, in the End Times; so that even as God is destroying false prophets, he is also excluding specifically, bad magicians and so forth from the ideal “kingdom”:

 

 

“An appalling and horrible thing has happened in the land: the prophets prophesy falsely, and the priests rule at their direction; my people love to have it so, but what will you do when the end comes?” (Jer. 5.31; 6.13).

 

“And I took my staff Grace, and I broke it, annulling the covenant which I had made with all the peoples” (Zech. 11.10).

 

“And now, O priests, this command is for you” (Mal. 2.1).

 

“I will be a swift witness against the sorcerers,” (Mal. 3.5).

 

“The dreamers tell false dreams, and give empty consolation” (Zech. 1.2).

 

“Blessed are those who wash their robes, that they may have the right to enter the city by the gates. Outside are the dogs and sorcerers” (Rev. 22.14-15).

 

“The false prophet who in its presence had worked the signs by which he deceived those who had received the mark of the beast and those who worshipped its image. These two were thrown alive into the lake of fire” (Rev. 19.20; see also Isaiah?).

 

 

But in the end, the falsity of many of our religious leaders – including their entrapment by magic, magical thinking – is to be exposed finally, by science, and measurement:

 

 

(See Elijah vs. the Prophets of Baal, 1 Kings 18.20-39).

 

“If the heavens about an be measured, and the foundations of the earth below can be explored, then I will cast off all the descendants of Israel for all that they have done, says the LORD” (Jer. 31.37).

 

“Set forth your case, says the LORD; bring your proofs, says the King of Jacob…. Behold, you are nothing, and your work is nought; an abomination is he who chooses you” (Isa. 41.21-24).

 

 

There is a great similarity, many have said, between magical tricks, and miracles. Jesus making bread appear in empty baskets, very, very closely resembles the acts of stage magicians to this day, making rabbits appear in empty hats. But generally, magicians are said by preachers, to be disproved as being from the most powerful God, when Israel’s holy men outperform them, in various physical wonders. As when for example, Moses’ staff turns into a snake, and eats up the snakes of the Pharaoh’s magicians (q.v.). Or when Elijah bests the priest magicians of Baal, in 1 Kings 18.20 ff.

 

Still, even a Jewish king like King Saul, might one moment ban augurs, witches, fortune-tellers one moment – but then consult them himself, the next (q.v.). While much of the Bible seems very concerned with incursions of eastern magical ideas, into the Jewish tradition; competing and even intermixing with its own holy men, priests and prophets. And in fact, we are about to find something shocking, unbelievable here: that the earth, much of religion, even most of Christianity – specifically, its traditional promises of miracles – has long been influenced, deceived, by magical thinking. Indeed, just as the Bible worried and warned, elements of magic, sorcerers and magicians, were almost always intermixing with Jewish culture … and would have to be finally rather firmly separated out, in the same way that the Lord or “Son of Man” would separate the good, “sheep” from the undesirable “goats” (Mat. 25.3-46. Rev. 22.14-15).

 

Here in fact is what we will eventually say here. At first, it seems silly; or impossible; or heretical. Yet one “day” or another, the Bible itself said, you are supposed to see that the whole world was “deceived” by a “false” kind of “worship”; by a false sense of Christ; a “false Christ.” But more specifically, the various false rulers that deceive the world, do so in association with magicians; and magical thinking. By way of “illusions” and “delusions,” or sleight-of-hand tricks and “enchantments,” and so forth. While there is a magician or two mentioned directly, in connection with the end times, above.

 

Here, we put all this together with warnings about various false rulers, even a False Christ. And if we are to find that there were false elements even in Christianity … could it be that Christianity itself was partially taken over early on, by specifically, magical beliefs? “Magicians,” “sorcerers,” “witches,” “soothsayers,” so to speak? At first, this seems impossible. But remember: the Bible warned over and over that the world would be taken over, “deceived,” put “under a strong delusion,” by a false religious leader; who would be “worshipped” by the whole earth (Rev. 13); by a false religious leader and … and his magician friends. Who, we were told explicitly, could and would dominate the world with their “sorcery”:

 

 

“And authority was given it over every tribe and people and tongue and nation, and all who dwell on earth will worship it” (Rev. 13.7).

 

“It deceives those who dwell on earth” (Rev. 3.13).

 

“And all nations were deceived by thy sorcery” (Rev. 18. 23).

 

 

It is extremely depressing, even shattering, to discover that our whole earth, and even our religion, our “worship,” are to be found partially “false” one “day.” And that even our religion, our “Christ”ianity, is to be found to have elements specifically, of magic and illusion in it. Yet finally, if one “day” you should begin to notice signs of false things in your faith, there is a way to guide you and the traditional believers, safely through this. If you should begin to notice apparently false, magical beliefs around you, and even in your priests and holy men, then note especially, a) that this suggests the Bible after all was true. While furthermore, b) we should note that the Bible also told us, that even if the whole world or earth is to be found deceived in its faith, by “magic,” still, one day, all these false, magical elements in religion, are to be overthrown:

 

 

 

“I will be a swift witness against the sorcerers” (Mal. 3.5).

 

“So shall Babylon the great city be thrown down…. For thy merchants were the great men of the earth, and all nations were deceived by sorcery” (Rev. 18.21, 23).

 

 

 

Therefore, we will find that indeed, the Bible warned that though magicians, sorcerers, and many others related to them – enchanters, witches, soothsayers, necromancers, and so forth – have existed deep in our faith. Indeed, we will be suggesting casually here, as an hypothesis, that various magical elements, working with and within various false Christs, long ago dominated even what is now thought to be mainstream “Christ”ianity. But while this seems likely still, one “day” these many false, magical-thinking elements in Christianity, are to be decisively exposed. And “swift”ly defeated.

 

So that in the end, sorcerers and others, are to be left out of the city, out of the kingdom, of God:

 

 

 

“I will be a swift witness against the sorcerers” (Mal. 3.5).

 

“Outside are the dogs and sorcerers” (Rev. 22.15).

 

 

 

So if the whole earth is to be found deceived, even in its religion, in what it “worships,” even in its Christianity – and found to be deceived specifically in large part, by Magic, magicians, Sorcerers, magical thinking – then after all, devastating as this discovery is, finally, believers, the faithful, should find the courage and conviction to face this at last. Since, amazingly enough, we are not here witnessing the complete demolition of our traditional Christian beliefs, but rather, the “refine”ment and fulfillment of them. Because actually, the Bible itself foretold all this. Actually, 1) the Bible always warned of incursions of false things – and now we add specifically magical things – into Judeo-Christianity. But while this is so, then 2) if we don’t have a gullible, “blind” faith when we look at Christianity. Rather, 3) we are told to look critically around us, using the science that God wants us to have (Dan. 1.4-15 KJE; 1 Kings 18.20-39; Deut. 18). It we do that, then after all, we are not disobeying the Bible, but will be following the script given to us by God. While in fact, 4) if we now notice that there were many false things in Christianity, then after all, one day or another we are supposed to discover this. We are supposed to discover that the ideas of even our very holiest men – even our understanding of Christ himself – were often “false.”

 

This has been said before. But what we are about to show here specifically, what we now add here, is that we are all supposed to find that 5) many false things, that were mistakenly thought to be of Christ, have actually been infected by specifically, Magic and magician-prophets. And by magician-priests and ministers.

 

The fact is, belief in magic and many Judeo-Christian religious beliefs, were always very close; the same Jewish king who like King Saul would one minute condemn witches, fortune-tellers, soothsayers … would the next minute secretly consult one himself. Indeed, three “wise men” – or “Magi”s; the root word for “magician” – visited Jesus at his birth. And many Jews who rejected Jesus, called him a magician. And indeed, some magicians are spoken of somewhat sympathetically in the New Testament if they seemed to want to convert. So that it was perhaps inevitable, that elements of magic would enter into Christianity; and would create many “false priests” who are really in part, magicians and sorcerers.

 

Certainly the many false religious leaders, the false “worship” and the “False Christ” the Bible warned about, would be associated with magical-like things, like “illusion”s and “delusions”; while the text warned explicitly of “magicians” or their “sorceries” in the End especially.

 

 

 

 

The Remedy: The Science of God

 

 

 

Our traditional Christianity is not entirely trustworthy, therefore. Even the holiest men and angels, even the angels of the “churches” are always sinning. So that ultimately will have seen elsewhere, there is nothing at all in our Christianity that can or should be entirely trusted.

 

To the point here however: specifically, the Bible warned that there have always been elements of Magic, magical thinking, even deep in our holiest Judeo-Christian churches, and traditions. This to be sure, is a statement which goes against much of what you heard in church, temple, or mosque. In the past, we were normally told in church, that the essence of religion, of being good, is “faith”fully following God; which in actual practice, meant following God … as described to us by holy men, preachers. But actually, amazingly, finally, the Bible actually told us that 1) there have always been many bad things in our holiest men. Specifically we will soon add, 2) our holy men and their doctrines, have always been infected by magical beliefs; the Bible constantly warning about “magicians” and “sorceries,” fooling even those who think they are following Christ; right through to the end of time.

 

So that ultimately, amazingly, 3) we will have found earlier, God told us not to absolutely trust and believe holy men, priests … but to “test everything” in Christianity, with “science.” To see if it is true or not.

 

Preachers assure us they, or their picture of God, are absolutely holy and good. But we found that actually, the Bible itself warned that “all have sinned”; even our holiest men and angels, in heaven itself; they themselves personally, and in their most “inspired” and “infallible” churches, doctrines, dogmas.

 

So how finally do we tell the truth? How do we finally get to see the right picture of God, or Good? Amazingly, because there are so many bad and false things in every aspect of even Christianity, finally the Bible itself told us this: the best way to find truth, God, is not to have such “faith” in our all too flawed holy men and institutions … but to actually apply “science” to every aspect of religion. Amazingly, the Bible itself tells us that to find out which things are Good and from God, is to use science … to see which sayings are materially fruitful, and which are not. While finally, only those things which are not even so much “spiritual”ly fruitful, but “observ”ably, visibly, materially fruitful, to produce real material “fruits,” “works,” “signs,” “deeds,” “proofs,” “prosperity,” as “test”able and observable with real “Science,” * are to be said to be truly from God.

 

Many over-spiritual priests, will say we should not apply science to Christianity; we should not “put the lord your God to the test.” But this quote, is better translated in some Bibles, as telling us instead not to “tempt” God – or “test” his patience – with immoralities:

 

 

“Jesus said to him, ‘Again it is written, ‘Do not put the Lord your God to the test'” (Mat. 4.7 – Revised Standard Version).

 

“Jesus said to him, It is written again, Thou shalt not tempt the Lord thy God” (Mat. 4.7 – King James Edition).

 

 

Indeed, the Bible could not be telling us not to scientifically test Christianity; since otherwise, if this was an attempt to forestall scientific testing, it would conflict with many, many other parts of the Bible. Like the following. Where God himself constantly tells us to examine, “observ”e, “test everything” in religion, in Christianity; observing the real material, physical results, produced by following this or that saying attributed to God: observing with “science,” the real material “fruits,” “works,” “signs,” “deeds,” “proofs,” “prosperity,” here on this material “earth,” as verified by “science” and even “test”ing:

 

 

“Test everything” (1 Thess. 5.21).

 

“Put me to the test, says the LORD of hosts” (Mal. 3.10).

 

“Children in whom was no blemish, but well favoured, and skillful in all wisdom, and … knowledge, and understanding science, and such had ability in them to stand in the king’s palace…” (Dan. 1.4, KJE; italics, mine).

 

By their fruits you shall know them (Mat. 7.15).

 

“I know your works, your toil and your patient endurance, and how you cannot bear evil men but have tested those who called themselves apostles but are not, and found them to be false…” (Rev. 2.2).

 

 

Preachers will often say that we are instructed to ignore what our physical “eyes” tell us, to concentrate on invisible spirits; that we should “walk by faith and not by sight.” But actually, 1) Jesus constantly healed the physically blind, as if physical sight was important; 2) the Bible tells us finally, that even invisible spirits are known by visible things we see; 3) and those who walk by faith, do so because they are “far from God” and have not yet seen him face to face:

 

 

“We declare to you what was from the beginning, what we have heard, what we have seen with our eyes, what we have looked at and touched with our hands, of the word of life” (1 John 1.1).

 

“But take care and watch yourselves closely, so as neither to forget the things that your eyes have seen nor to let them slip from your mind all the days of your life….” (Deut. 4.9).

 

“Ever since the creation of the world his invisible nature, namely, his eternal power and deity, has been clearly perceived in the things that have been made” (Rom. 1.20 RSV).

 

“We are away [far] from God, for we walk by faith, not by sight” (2 Corin. 5.7).

 

 

“Open your eyes, and be not blind, but seeing” (Jesus?, paraphrased, Bible, n.p.).

 

“You blind guides! You strain out a gnat but swallow a camel!” (Mat. 23.24).

 

“Blind guides is what they are” (Mat. 15.14 NWT).

 

“Then the eyes of the blind shall be opened, and the ears of the deaf unstopped” (Isa. 35.5 RSV).

 

“Blind men followed him…. Then he touched their eyes and … their eyes were opened” (Mat. 9.27-30).

 

“Ever since the creation of the world has eternal power and divine nature, invisible though they are, have been understood and seen through the things he has made” (Rom. 1.20).

 

“For from the greatness and the beauty of created things their original author, by analogy, is seen” (Wis. 13.5).

 

“For in him all things were created, in heaven and on earth, visible and invisible, whether thrones or dominions or principalities or authorities; all things were created through him, and for him. He is before all things, in him all things hold together…. For in him all the fullness of God was pleased to dwell, and through him to reconcile to himself all things … on earth…” (Col. 1.16-20).

 

 

Over-spiritual preachers say religion is only supposed to produce “spiritual” things, or results in heaven. But the fact is, we are not supposed to have too much faith in our flawed religious leaders, but instead, examine them with science; and only if their sayings come true, produce real, visible, material, physical results, “signs,” in real, material life here on this physical earth, should we believe they are from God:

 

 

“And if you say in your heart, ‘How may we know the word which the LORD has not spoken?’…. If the word does not come to pass or come true, that is a word which the LORD has not spoken; the prophet has spoken it presumptuously; you need not be afraid of him” (Deut. 18.21-22; Jer. 28.9; Dan. 1.4-15 KJE).

 

 

Indeed, we are not to believe sermons, homilies, apologetics, but are supposed to only even begin to believe those who produce real material results:

 

 

“Let no one deceive you with empty words” (Eph. 5.6).

 

“False dreams, and … empty consolation” (Zech. 10.2).

 

“By their fruits you shall know them” (Mat. 7.20 KJE?).

 

“The LORD said to Moses and Aaron, ‘When Pharaoh says to you, Prove yourself by working a miracle, then you shall…'” (Ex. 7.8-9 RSV; cf. NRSV).

 

“And these signs will accompany those who believe: by using my name they will cast out demons; they will speak in new tongues; they will pick up snakes in their hands, and if they drink any deadly thing, it will not hurt them; they will lay their hands on the sick, and they will recover …. While the Lord worked with them and confirmed the message by the signs that accompanied it (Mark 16.17-18, 20 NRSV).”

 

“Again the Lord spoke…, ‘ask a sign of the LORD your God….’ But Ahaz said, ‘I will not ask, and I will not put the LORD to the test’…. ‘And he said, ‘Hear then, O house of David! Is it too little for you to weary men, that you weary my God also?” (Isa. 7. 12-13)

 

“Test the spirits, to see if they are of God; for many false prophets have gone out…” (1 John 4.1).

 

“It is the glory of God to conceal things, but it is the glory of kings to search things out. As the heavens for height, and the earth for depth….” Prov. 25.2-3).

 

“For ‘the earth is the LORD’s, and everything in it.'” (1 Corin. 10.26).

 

“Do I not fill heaven and earth? says the LORD” (Jer. 23.34; Ps. 139.7; 1 Kin. 8.23-9.2; & St. Paul; italics, mine. For the importance of using evidence from the “earth,” as science does, to discover what is good, see also Isa. 6.3, 29.4, 42.1-5; Ps. 89.11, Ps. 104.24; Ps. 115.6; Ps. 115.16; Job 28.2-25; John 12.25 vs. 12.47 & 3.16; 1 Corin 1.28, 10.26; Col. 1.16-20, Col. 1.19-20; Isa. 65.16; Isa. 26.9; Ps. 37.3; Gen. 1.10; Rom. 1.20; Ps. 37.11; Matt. 8.3-4, 6.33; Isa. 1.18, 1.21-24. For more on the importance of observation of nature, and specifically “science,” Prov. 1.22; Dan. 1.4-15 KJE; Mal. 3.10; 1 Thess. 4.21; Mat. 7.20; Deut. 18.21-22; Prov. 25.2-3; 1 John 4.1; Job 28.2-25; Jer. 31.35-7; John 10.17-18 NAB, John 14.10-12; Mark 2.10-12; Rom. 14.1, Rom. 8.28 NWT, ref. Ps. 145.17; John 9.3; Isa. 7.10-14, Isa. 1.21-24; Rev. 2.2, 11.1; Titus 2.16. And technology and practical knowledge, in Catholic Bibles: Wis. Sol. 1.1-7; 7.16-17; 8.5-17 vs. 13.1-14.7; 16.17; 19.11-21. Also 1 Kings 4.29-33; Dan. 2.60-81. For a more complete survey, see our entire chapters on Science, Asceticism, and latter, Matter).

 

“It is the glory of God to conceal a thing: the honor of kings is to search out a matter. The heavens for height, and the earth for depth…” (Prov. 25.2-3).

 

“For his glory is manifest in the things he has made (Rom. 1.20; Ps. 19).

 

” … In the earth” (Isa. 26.9; 42.1-5; 65.16 ff. Gen. 1.1-10. Ps. 37.3-11; 1 Corin. 1.28; Rev. 21.2-11; Rom. 1.20; Wis. Sol. 14).

 

 

Perhaps as children we should simply trust and have faith in, authority, adults. But one “day” we are supposed to “mature” not in our faith, but beyond faith; we should learn how to originally investigate life and nature ourselves. And as we learn science, our old heaven is to dissolve:

 

 

“My reason returned to me” (Dan. 4.36).

 

“Come now, let us reason together, says the LORD”

(Isa. 1.18, RSV).

 

“Be babes in evil, but in thinking be mature” (1 Corin. 14.20; also 13.11. Revised Standard Version or “RSV”).

 

“Whatever is true, whatever is honorable, whatever is just, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is gracious, if there is any excellence, if there is anything worthy of praise, think about these things” (Phil. 4.8).

 

“I can do all things in him who strengthens me” (Phil. 4.13).

 

“I will pray with the spirit and I will pray with the mind also” (1 Corin. 14.15).

 

“Like a skilled master builder I laid a foundation, and someone else is building on it…. Now … the work of each builder will become visible, for the Day will disclose it, because it will be revealed with fire, and the fire will test what sort of work each has done. If what has been built on the foundation survives, the builder will receive a reward. If the work is burned up, the builder will suffer…” (1 Corin. 3.10-15, NRSV).

 

“Thus says the LORD, who gave the sun for light by day and the fixed order of the moon and the stars…. ‘If this fixed order departs … then shall the descendants of Israel cease from being a nation before me forever.’ Thus says the LORD: ‘If the heavens above can be measured, and the foundations of the earth below can be explored, then I will cast off all the descendants of Israel for all that they have done, says the LORD'” (Jer. 31.35-7).

 

“I know your works, your toil and your patient endurance, and how you cannot bear evil men but have tested those who called themselves apostles but are not, and found them to be false….” (Rev. 2.2).

 

“O Jehovah, prove yourself my helper” (Ps. 30.10 NWT).

 

(See also, a biblical concordance, on “fools,” “knowledge,” “mind,” “intelligence,” “wisdom,” vs. “illusion,” “delusion” etc.).

 

 

Preachers often try to say that Christianity is only supposed to get invisible, “spiritual” results, “fruits of the spirit.” But the Bible often promised very physical material results, here on this material earth, in this lifetime:

 

 

“The LORD your God will make you abundantly prosperous in all the work of your hand, in the fruit of your body, and in the fruit of your cattle, and in the fruit of your ground...” (Deut. 30.9 RSV).

 

“The LORD your God will make you abundantly prosperous in all the work of your hand, in the fruit of your body, and in the fruit of your cattle, and in the fruit of your ground...” (Deut. 30.9).

 

“For behold, I will extend prosperity to her like a river” (Isa. 66.15).

 

“And the LORD restored the fortunes of Job, when he had prayed for his friend; and the LORD gave Job twice as much as he had before…. And he had foureen thousand sheep, six thousand camels, a thousand yoke of oxen, and a thousand she-asses” (Job. 42.10, 12).

 

 

 

Finally, after advocating all the attributes of science – observing material fruits, works, and so forth – God advocates “science.” God advocated founding religion on science; science by name (in the KJE) and full description, in the book of Daniel for example:

 

 

“Understanding … science.”

 

“The king assigned them a daily portion of the royal rations.… But Daniel resolved that he would not defile himself with the royal rations…. ‘Please test your servants for ten days. Let us be given vegetables to eat and water to drink. You can then compare our appearance with the appearance of the young men who eat the royal rations, and deal with your servants according to what you observe.’ So he agreed to this proposal and tested them for ten days.” (Dan. 1.5, 8, 12-14).

 

“Elijah then came near to all the people, and said … ‘If the LORD is God, follow him, ; but if Baal, then follow him… You call on the name of your god and I will call on the name of the LORD; the god who answers by fire is indeed God.‘ All the people answered, ‘Well spoken!’ …. The prophets of Baal … called on the name of Baal from morning until noon, crying, ‘O Baal, answer us!’ But there was no voice…. At noon Elijah mocked them…. Then Elijah said … ‘O LORD … answer me, so that this people may know that you, O LORD, are God, and that you have turned their hearts back. Then the fire of the LORD fell and consumed the burnt offering, the wood, the stones, and the dust, and even licked up the water that was in the trench. When the people saw it, they fell on their faces and said, ‘The LORD indeed is God'” (1 Kings 18.21, 24, 26, 30, 36 ff. NRSV; see also 2 Kings 1.10-11; probably something like Greek fire, or volatile alcohol, etc., many known at the time, and used to pour over enemies from castles).

 

“Let no one deceive you with empty words…” (Eph. 5.6; cf. “fruit of the light” 5.9).

 

 

Preachers tell us that Christianity is supposed to be “faith-based” as they say. But the Bible commands us over and over, not to have faith in anyone … unless they can produce real material, physical results, works, here on this material earth:

 

 

“I said, ‘I am God’s Son’? If I do not perform my Father’s works, put no faith in me. But if I do perform them, even though you put no faith in me, put faith in these works...” (John 10.37-38 NAB).

 

“For they say, ‘His letters are weighty and strong, but his bodily presence is weak, and his speech contemptible.’ Let such people understand that what we say by letter when absent, we do when present” (2 Corin. 10.10-11).

 

“By their fruits you shall know them” (Jesus, paraphrased, n.p.).

 

“With the best gifts of the earth and its fullness” (Deut. 33.16).

 

“My child, test yourself while you live; see what is bad for you and do not give in to it. For not everything is good for everyone….” (Sirach 37.27-8).

 

“Try to find out what is pleasing to the Lord. Take no part in unfruitful works” (Eph. 5.10-11 NRSV).

 

 

Indeed, the physical earth, and all physical things in it, seem blessed. From the moment that created it and said it was “good” in Genesis, on. And the observation of Nature is extremely important. If nature or the earth was ever cursed by God, that curse was removed by the Flood, and “redeemed” again by Jesus. So that nature once again is testimony to the will of God; and reflect him:

 

 

“If anyone is in Christ, there is a new creation; everything old has passed away; see, everything has become new! All this is from God, who reconciled us to himself through Christ, and has given us the ministry of reconciliation; that is, in Christ God was reconciling the world to himself, not counting their trespasses against them, and entrusting the message of reconciliation to us. So we are ambassadors for Christ, since God is making his appeal through us; we entreat you on behalf of Christ, be reconciled to God. For our sake he made him to be sin who knew no sin, so that in him we might become the righteousness of God” (2 Corin. 5.17-19-21).

 

“Ask the animals, and they will teach you; the birds of the air, and they will tell you; or the plants of this earth, and they will teach you; and the fish of the sea will declare to you. Who among all these does not know that the hand of the LORD has done this? In his hand is the life of every living thing and the breath of all mankind” (Job 12.7-13; my translation; cf. RSV “beasts” for “animals”).

 

“Every shower and dew, bless the Lord…. All you winds, bless the Lord…. Cold and chill, bless the Lord…. Dew and rain… Ice and snow…. Nights and days…. Lightnings and clouds…. The earth…. Mountains and hills…. Everything growing from the earth…. You springs…. Seas and rivers…. You dolphins and all water creatures…. All you birds of the air…. All you beasts, wild and tame, bless the Lord; … You sons of men, bless the Lord (Dan. 3.64-82 NAB; Catholic version).

 

“With all wisdom and insight he has made known to us the mystery of his will, according to his good pleasure that he set forth in Christ, as a plan for the fullness of time, to gather up all things in him, things in heaven and things on earth” (Eph. 1.9-10; Phil. 2.9-10; Col. 1.20; Mat. 28.18; Rom. 14.11; Rev. 5.13; cf. Eph. 1.22 “all things for the church, which is the body, the fullness”; Cf. in Jesus, God “reconciled” himself to the “world,” Rom. 5.11, 11.15, especially 2 Cor. 5.18-19).

 

“Consider [look at; observe] the lilies” (Luke 12.27).

 

“Consider the ravens” (Luke 12.24)

 

“Look at the fig tree and all the trees” (Luke 21.29; Mat. 24.32).

 

“Solomon made a marriage alliance with Pharaoh king of Egypt…” (1 Kings 3.1). “And God gave Solomon wisdom and understanding beyond measure, and largeness of mind…. He spoke of trees …; he spoke also of beasts, and of birds, and reptiles, and of fish” (1 Kings 4.29-33). “… Now the LORD … has given me rest on every side; there is neither adversary nor misfortune. And so I propose to build a house for the name of the LORD…” (1 Kings 5.4-5).

 

 

Technology is important too, and is closely associated with the real spirit of God:

 

 

“And I have filled him with the Spirit of God, with ability and intelligence, with all knowledge and craftsmanship” (Ex. 31.3).

 

“Iron is taken out of the earth, and copper is smelted from the ore. Men put an end to darkness, and search out to the farthest bound the ore…. As for the earth, out of it comes bread…. But where shall wisdom be found…? Man does not know the way to it, and it is not found in the land of the living…. God understood the way to it…. For he looks to the end of the earth, and sees everything under the heavens. When he gave to the wind its weight, and meted out the water by measure…” (Job 28.2-25, excerpts).

 

“For both we and our words are in his hand, as well as all prudence and knowledge of crafts. For he gave me sound knowledge of existing things, that I might know the organization of the universe and the force of its elements … the change in the sun’s course and the variation of the seasons. Cycles of years, positions of the stars, natures of animals, tempers of beasts, powers of the wind and thoughts of men, uses of plants and virtues of roots – such things as are hidden I learned, and such as are plain; for Wisdom, the artificer of all, taught me. For in her is a spirit…” (Wis. Sol. 7.10-23).

 

“But you will that the products of your Wisdom be not idle; therefore men trust their lives even to frailest wood, and have been safe crossing the surge on a raft” (Wis. 14. 5; ref. to Noah’s ark).

 

“For he spoke of trees, from the cedar that is in Lebanon to the hyssop that grows out of the wall; he spoke also of beasts, and of birds, and of reptiles, and of fish. And men came from all people to hear the wisdom of Solomon, and from all the kings of the earth…” (1 Kings 4.35).

 

“Nothing is common” [“unclean,” “evil,” “dirty,” “contagious”] “through itself, except to the one counting” (Rom. 14.14, from The New Greek English Interlinear New Testament, Robert K. Brown & Phil. Comfort, trans.; J. D. Douglas, ed; Tyndale House Publ., Wheaton, Ill., 4th ed., 1966-1993. Same text as Novum Testamntum Grace, 26th ed.).

 

“For he has made known to us in all wisdom and insight the mystery of his will … as a plan for the fullness of time, to unite all things in him, things in heaven and things on earth” (Eph. 1.9-10 RSV).

 

(See references to farming and other technologies in the Bible).

 

 

The world – and our behavior in it – therefore, are important. In fact, in the End indeed, we are judged by God, not by just our thoughts or spirits … but by our material “works” and deeds:

 

 

“For I know their works, and their thoughts, and I am coming….” (Isa. 66.18).

 

“And the dead were judged by what was written in the books, by what they had done” (Rev. 20.12).

 

 

And if God is thought to be a spirit? Often he becomes “flesh” after all. And indeed, that was the great accomplishment of Jesus:

 

 

“And the word became flesh” (John 1.14).

 

 

We are not supposed to trust or have too much faith in holy men, prophets; but instead, ask them to produce real material results, as partial proof they are good:

 

 

“Do I not fill heaven and earth? says the LORD. I have heard what the prophets have said in my name, saying, ‘I have dreams, I have dreamed!’ How long shall there be lies in the heart of the prophets…?” (Jer. 23.24-25).

 

“And her prophets have daubed for them with whitewash, seeing false vision and divining lies for them, saying, “Thus says the Lord GOD,’ when the LORD has not spoken. The people of the land have practiced extortion and committed robbery; they have oppressed the poor and needy…'” (Ezek. 22.28-29).

 

“Therefore, behold, I am against the prophets, says the LORD, who steal my words from one another. Behold, I am against the prophets, says the LORD, who use their tongues and say, ‘Says the LORD’…. When one of this people, or a prophet, or a priest asks you, ‘What is the burden [commands of] of the LORD?’ you shall say to them, ‘You are the burden, and I will cast you off…'” (Jer. 23.33).

 

“How can you say, ‘We are wise, and the law of the LORD is with us’? But, behold, the false pen of the scribes has make it into a lie. The wise men shall be put to shame… from prophet to priest every one deals falsely…” (Jer. 8.8-10).

 

“An appalling and horrible thing has happened in the land: the prophets prophesy falsely, and the priests rule at their direction; my people love to have it so, but what will you do when the end comes?” (Jer. 5.30-31).

 

“I was like a gentle lamb lead to the slaughter” (Jer. 11.19).

 

“You search the scriptures, because you think that in them you have eternal life; and it is they that bear witness to me; yet you refuse to come to me that you may have life….” (John 5.39).

 

“Beware of false prophets…. You will know them by their fruits” (Mat. 7.15-16-20 RSV).

 

“And if you say in your heart, ‘How may we know the word which the LORD has not spoken?’ – when a prophet speaks in the name of the LORD, if the word does not come to pass or come true, that is a word which the LORD has not spoken; the prophet has spoken it presumptuously, you need not be afraid of him” (Deut. 18.21-22).

 

“O Jehovah, prove yourself my helper” (Ps. 30.10 NWT).

 

 

Indeed, the basic foundation of Judeo-Christianity, was the various “covenant”s God made with the people; and that agreed that if we were good, following the things really from God, would bring us material prosperity:

 

 

“I will make with them a covenant of peace and banish wild beasts from the land … And the trees of the field shall yield their fruit, and the earth shall yield its increase…” (Ez. 34.25-27). “I am about to act” (Ez. 36.22).

 

“By their fruits you shall know them” (Mat. 7.20 KJE?).

 

 

And how do we get that? It is not by prayer and faith; it is by practical material work:

 

 

“Have you beheld a man skillful in his work? Before kings is where he will station himself” (Prov. 22.29 NWT).

 

“Now there are varieties of gifts…(1 Corin. 12.4).

 

“There is nothing better for a man, than that he should eat and drink, and that he should make his soul enjoy good in his labour. This also I saw, that it was from the hand of God” (Ecc. 2.24; also 5.18ff).

 

 

And so finally, it is not really by the acts of priests – faith in spirit, prayer, and so forth – that we are saved. But actually, our preachers are blind to the virtues, importance, of practical work, and science; which in fact, are the primary demands of God.

 

Will preachers ever see this? Will they open their literal eyes one day?

 

 

“Hear, you deaf; and look, you blind, that you may see! Who is blind but my servant” (Isa. 42.18-19).

 

“Lift up your eyes, and see…” (Gen. 31.2).

 

“The blind receive their sight…” (Luke 7.22).

 

“In an abundance of counselors there is safety” (Pr. 11.14).

 

“With many advisors they succeed” (Pr. 15.22).

 

“Neither let us put Jehovah to the test, as some of them put him to the test, only to perish by the serpents” (1 Corin. 10.9 NWT; ref. Num 21.5-6).

 

“Put me to the test, says the LORD” (Mal. 3.10).

 

“Lord, I believe; help me in my unbelief” (Bible, n.p.)

 

“‘Ask for a sign of the LORD your God; let it be deep as Sheol or high as heaven.’ But Ahaz said, ‘I will not ask, and I will not put the LORD to the test.’ And he said, ‘Hear then, O house of David! Is it too little for you to weary men, that you weary my God also? Therefore the Lord himself will give you a sign” (RSV, Isa. 7.10-14).

 

“For both prophet and priest ply their trade through the land, and have no knowledge” (Jer. 14.18).

 

“The works that I do in my Father’s name, they bear witness to me…” (John 10.25).

 

“The prophet who presumes to speak a word in my name which I have not commanded him to speak, or who speaks in the name of other gods, that same prophet shall die. And if you say in your heart, ‘How may we know the word which the LORD has not spoken?’ – when a prophet speaks is in the name of the LORD, if the word does not come to pass or come true, that is a word which the LORD has not spoken; the prophet has spoken it presumptuously, you need not be afraid of him” (Deut.18.20-22).

 

“Call heaven and earth to witness” (Deut. 31.28; Italics, mine).

 

 

 

Our priests and holy men made many huge promises of “miracles” and so forth. But use science to demand that they produce them … or else, they are proven false. We are to have faith only in this that have proven to produce material results:

 

 

“Wisdom is proved righteous by its works” (Mat. 11.19 NWT; Luke 7.35).

 

“They will say, ‘The LORD did not appear to you'” (Ex. 4.1).

 

“Set forth your case, says the LORD; bring your proofs … declare to us the things to come… That we may know that you are gods (Isa 41.21).”

 

Prove yourself by working a miracle” (Ex. 7.9).

 

“Set forth your case, says the LORD; bring your proofs…. Behold, you are nothing, and your work is nought; an abomination is he who chooses you” (Isa. 41.21-24).

 

Then Jesus was led up by the Spirit into the wilderness to be tempted by the devil…. The tempter came to him and said to him, “If you are the son of God, command these stones to become loaves of bread.” But he answered, “It is written, ‘One does not live by bread alone.’ Then the devil took him to the holy city and placed him on the pinnacle of the temple, saying to him, ‘If you are the Son of God, throw yourself down; for it is written, ‘He will command his angels … so that you will not dash your foot against the stone.” Jesus said to him, ‘Again it is written, ‘Do not put the Lord your God to the test‘” (Mat. 4.1-6 NRSV).

 

“Put me to the test, says the Lord” (Mal. 3.10).

 

 

Religion, Christianity, is supposed to be based on real material results; those who say otherwise are to fall:

 

 

“There will be false teachers [“rabbis”?] among you…” (2 Peter 1.20-2.1).

 

“Awake, O sword, against my shepherd, against the man who stand next to me,’ says the LORD of hosts” (Zech. 13.7).

 

“For truly, I say to you, if you have faith as a grain of mustard seed, you will say to this mountain, ‘Move hence to yonder place,’ and it will move; and nothing will be impossible to you'” (Mat. 17.20; “the kingdom … grew,” Luke 13.19).

 

“Say to those plastering with whitewash that it will fall…. And I will tear down the wall that you men have plastered with whitewash and bring it into contact with the earth, and its foundation must be exposed. And she will certainly fall, and you must come to an end…” (Ez. 13.11-14).

 

“The Spirit distinctly says that in later times some will turn away from the faith [note: “the” faith; that is religion; not faith itself] and will heed deceitful spirits and things taught by demons through plausible liars – men with seared consciences who forbid marriage, and require abstinence from foods which God created…. Everything God created is good; nothing is to be rejected…” (1 Tim. 4.1-4, NAB).

 

“Again it is written, ‘You shall not tempt the Lord…'” (Mat. 4.7).

 

“How can you say, ‘We are wise, and the law of the LORD is with us’? But, behold, the false pen of the scribes has make it into a lie. The wise men shall be put to shame… from prophet to priest every one deals falsely…” (Jer. 8.8-10).

 

“Test everything” (1 Thess. 5.21).

 

“And now, O priests, this command is for you” (Mal. 2.1).

 

 

All of preachers have failed to see and follow God; because they failed to see and honor the importance of his science. But those of us who begin to see that today, are getting the first glimpses of the foretold Second and better, fuller, more mature appearance (“parousia”), Second Coming, of God.

 

 

Jesus himself constantly cited the importance of this own material works, and did not really ask us to believe unless or until we saw them:

 

 

“‘But that you may know that the Son of man has authority on earth to forgive sins’ – he said to the paralytic – ‘I say to you, rise, and take up your pallet and go home.’ And he rose…” (Mark 2.10-12).

 

“Believe me that I am in the Father and the Father in me, or else believe me for the sake of the works themselves. Truly, truly, I say to you, he who believes in me will also do the works that I do; and greater works than these….; if you ask anything in my name, I will do it” (John 14.10-12).

 

“I the LORD search the mind and try the heart, to give to every man according to this ways, according to the fruit of his doing” (Jer. 17.10).

 

“How you are fallen from heaven, O day Star, son of Dawn!” (Isa. 14.12).

 

“The whole earth is full of his glory” (Isa. 6.3).

 

“For in him all the fullness of God was pleased to dwell, and through him to reconcile to himself all things whether on earth or in heaven…” (Col. 1.19-20).

 

 

Jesus approved of doubting Thomas, who asked for real material proofs; and if he “bless”ed those who had not seen proofs but still believed, to be “blessed” does not connote approval; we “bless” those who burp and sneeze. Not to approve their behavior or bless that behavior … but in the hope that they will be more blessed, get real blessings and better behavior, in the future.

 

 

 

Old Time Preachers Vs.

The Logic, the Reason, The

“Knowledge,” of Christ

 

 

God therefore supported not faith in preachers, we will see, but a science of God. While as for priests and holy men? They turn out to be far less important, even to God, than they thought (above):

 

 

“I bid every one among you not to think of himself more highly than he ought to think, but to think with sober judgment, each according to the measure of faith which God has assigned him. For as in one body we have many members, and all the members do not have the same function, so we, though many, are one body in Christ, and individually members one of another. Having gifts that differ according to the grace given to us, let us use them: if prophesy, in proportion to our faith; if service, in our serving; he who teaches, in his teaching …; he who contributes, in liberality.…” (Rom. 12.4-8; Italics, mine).

 

“As for the man who is weak in faith, welcome him…. Who are you to pass judgment on the servant of another? It is before his own master that he stands or falls…. One man esteems one day as better than another, while another man esteems all days alike. Let every one be fully convinced in his own mind…. Why do you pass judgment on your brother…? Then let us no more pass judgement on one another…. Nothing is unclean in itself … The faith that you have, keep between yourself and God…. But he who has doubts is condemned … for whatever does not proceed from faith is sin” (Rom. 14.1-5-10-13-14-22-23).

 

“The priest and the prophet reel with strong drink, they are confused with wine … they err in vision, they stumble in giving judgment” (Isa. 28.7-8).

 

“Even in his servants he puts no trust, and his angels he charges with error” (Job 4.18 RSV).

 

“Who are you to pass judgment on the servant of another?” (Rom. 14.1-5-10-13-14-22-23).]

 

“With you is my contention, O priest” (Hos. 4.4).

 

“I reject you from being a priest to me” (Hos. 4.6).

 

“Now, O priests, this command is for you” (Mal. 2.1).

 

 

 

Now, in the End, the priests and prophets and saints we thought were “noble,” and “first” with God, turn out to be “last.” As foretold of the End; as many holy men fall in our estimation:

 

 

“The fool will no more be called noble, nor the knave said to be honorable” (Isa. 32.5).

 

“On that day the LORD will punish the host of heaven, in heaven, and the kings of the earth, on the earth. They will be gathered together as prisoners in a pit…” (Isa. 24.21-2).

 

“We are like dead men” (Isa. 59.10).

 

“I have heard what the prophets have said who prophesy lies in my name…” (Jer. 23.25).

 

“From prophet to priest, every one deals falsely” (Jer. 8.10)

 

“Behold, I am against the prophets, says the LORD, who use their tongue and say, ‘Says the LORD'” (Jer. 23.30; Ex. 13.7).

 

“Every spirit which does not confess Jesus, is not of God. This is the spirit of the antichrist, of which you heard that it was coming, and now it is in the world already” (1 John 4.1-3; also 2.18 ff).

 

“When he opened the sixth seal…, the stars of the sky fell to the earth as the fig tree sheds its winder fruit when shaken by a gale; the sky vanished like a scroll that is rolled up, and every mountain and island was removed from its place…” (Rev. 6.12-13).

 

“Worthy are those to take the scroll and open its seals” (Rev. 5.9).

 

“Then I saw another mighty angel…. He had a little scroll open in his hand…” (Rev. 10.1-2). “Then the voice which I have heard from heaven spoke to me again, saying, ‘Go, take the scroll…. Take it, and eat…. It will be bitter…. Then I was given a measuring rod…'” (Rev. 10.8-11.1).

 

“Then deep from the earth you shall speak, from low in the dust your words shall come…” (Isa. 29.4).

 

“And in an instant, suddenly, you will be visited by the LORD of hosts…” [or armies?] (Is. 29.6).

 

“Then I saw heaven opened, and behold, a white horse! He who sat upon it is called Faithful and True, and in righteousness he judges and makes war…” (Rev. 19.11)

 

“The eyes of the blind shall see…. And those who err in spirit will come to understanding, and those who murmur will accept instruction” (Isa. 29.18-24).

 

“And the devil who had deceived them was thrown into the lake of fire…” (Rev. 20.10).

 

“And books were opened. Also another book was opened, which is the book of life. And the dead were judged by what was written in the book, by what they had done… and if anyone’s name was not found written in the book of life, he was thrown into the lake of fire” (Rev. 20.12-15).

 

“Then I saw a new heaven and a new earth” (Rev. 21.1).

 

 

 

As part of the discovery of many false things in our holiest men and angels, we find that “reason” and “logic” – and knowledge, and wisdom, and other things related to science – are more important than angels, prophets:

 

 

“I fell down to worship at the feet of the angel … but he said to me, ‘You must not do that!'” (Rev. 22.9 RSV).

 

“My reason returned to me” (q.v.).

 

“Come now, let us reason together” (Isa. 1.18).

 

“Be subject for the Lord’s sake to every human institution, whether it be to the emperor as supreme, or to governors as sent by him to punish those who do wrong…” (1 Peter 2.18).

 

“In the beginning was the Logic of things, and the Logic was with God, and the Reason was God” (John 1.1; translating “Logos” more correctly as its closest cognate, “logic”; or reason; as correct word or characterization, or the logic of things).

 

 

God, therefore, wants us to have primarily, not so much faith, but amazingly … practical sense, logic, science, practical “knowledge.”

 

No doubt, there are many forms of false “knowledge, so-called,” and bad “worldly wisdom.” But as it turns out this is the form of higher, better knowledge that the Bible ultimately requires of us. A form where we no longer rely on “blind” faith, but develop our rational “minds” too; to learn to see life, God, whole at last. To join morality and science, word and world.

 

There are many preachers who think that specifically, “mind,” “reason,” “intelligence,” practical “knowledge” and secular “wisdom” and “logic” and so forth – related to science – are incompatible with religion. To support this, they mis-quote one or two parts of the Bible. Like these:

 

 

“Has not God made foolish the wisdom of the world?” (1 Corin. 1.19, Revised Standard Version of The Holy Bible, pub. Thomas Nelson & Son, New York, 1952).

 

“Following the desires of body and mind” (Eph. 2.3 RSV).

 

“In the futility of their minds” (Eph. 4.17).

 

 

Yet while some
forms of “knowledge” and “worldly wisdom” and thinking, that might be bad, there are some good forms. There might be bad “desires” and “futile” things in some wisdom; but the Bible as will be seen, did not mean to condemn all wisdom. Further, as it turns out, not all bad wisdom is in practical knowledge and science; the Bible warns that even much religious “wisdom” turns out to be fake. There are many cases of false “wisdom,” even in religion, the Bible warned; even St. Paul’s “knowledge” (1 Corin. 13. 9ff).

 

Preachers, sensing things in the “mind” reason, logic, antagonistic to their blind faith, sometimes over-emphasize the parts of the Bible that seemed to say that there are sometimes “vanit”ies in the “mind”:

 

 

“Look, you have some evil purpose in mind” (Ex. 10.10).

 

“The mind of the wicked is of little worth” (Prov. 10.20).

 

“Divination, and the deceit of their own minds” (Jer. 14.14).

 

“Prophesy out of their own minds” (Ezk. 13.12).

 

“A beast’s mind be given to him” (Dan. 4.16).

 

“Your wisdom and your knowledge led you astray” (Isa. 47.10).

 

 

Foolish preachers love to attack knowledge, as vanity and so forth:

 

 

“Knowledge puffs up, but love builds up” (1 Corin. 8.1).

 

“As for knowledge, it will pass away” (1 Corin. 13.8).

 

“For our knowledge is imperfect” (1 Corin. 13.9).

 

“Unless I bring you some revelation or knowledge” (1 Corin. 14.6).

 

“What is falsely called knowledge” (1 Ti. 6.20).

 

 

Finally though, if the “knowledge” of Paul was “imperfect,” if there are occasionally errors in human ideas, the mind, the Bible makes it plain that many of the things of the “mind” and “knowledge” that are good, and even irreplaceable.

 

Indeed, those with “spirits” do not have enough. Since “spirit”s and “hearts” can be “deceived” and “false,” therefore we need a critical mind to discern which spirits and feelings are really from God, and which are not. Otherwise:

 

 

“My spirit prays but my mind is unfruitful” (1 Corin. 14.14).

 

 

And so we can have bad minds – or good ones. And in the end, the mindlessly faithful desperately need knowledge, minds, intelligence:

 

 

“Fools hate knowledge” (Prov. 1.22).

 

“My people are destroyed for lack of knowledge” (Hos. 4.6).

 

“Every man is stupid and without knowledge” (Jer. 10.14).

 

“The prudent are crowned with knowledge” (Prov. 14.18).

 

“Supplement … virtue with knowledge” (2 Peter 1.5).

 

“Filled with all knowledge, and able to instruct” (Rom. 15.14).

 

“Teach me good judgement and knowledge” (Ps. 119.66).

 

“My people go into exile for want of knowledge” (Isa. 5.13).

 

“Filled him with … ability and intelligence” (Ex. 31.3, 35.31, 36.1).

 

“An intelligent mind acquires knowledge” (Prov. 18.15).

 

“Be transformed by the renewal of your mind” (Rom. 12.2).

 

“I serve the law of God with my mind” (Rom. 7.25; “But with my flesh I serve the law of sin”).

 

“With all your soul, and with all your mind” (Mat. 22.37).

 

“We have the mind of Christ” (1 Corin. 2.16).

 

“The wisdom of God” (1 Corin. 1.24).

 

“I will pray with the mind also” (1 Corin. 14.15).

 

“I would rather speak five words with my mind, in order to instruct others, than ten thousand words in a tongue (1 Corin. 14.19; “Tongues are a sign not for believers but for unbelievers”).

 

“Have this mind among yourselves” (Php. 2.5).

 

“When I was a child, I spoke like a child, I thought like a child, I reasoned like a child; when I became a man, I gave up childish ways. For now we see in a mirror dimly, but then face to face. Now I know in part; then I shall understand fully…” (1 Corin.13.11).

 

“Complete my joy by being of the same mind” (Php. 2.2).

 

“An intelligent mind acquires knowledge” (Prov. 18.15).

 

“My people are destroyed for lack of knowledge” (Hos. 4.6).

 

“Fools despise wisdom” (Prov. 1.7).

 

The “LORD by wisdom founded the earth” (Prov. 3.19).

 

“I am with you, as is your mind so is mine” (armour-bearer to king; 1 Sam. 14.7).

 

 

Preachers try to say that “knowledge” means just knowledge of God – as priests have defined all that. But finally we find, it means knowledge of nature; science (which is also knowledge of God, since his will is manifest through nature):

 

 

“Come, let us reason together (Isa. 1.18).

 

“The Lord is a God of knowledge” (1 Sam. 2.3).

 

“There are varieties of gifts, but the same Spirit” (1 Corin. 12.4).

 

“And God gave Solomon wisdom and understanding beyond measure, and largeness of mind like the sand on the seashore…. He also uttered three thousand proverbs; and his songs were a thousand and five. He spoke of trees, from the cedar that is in Lebanon to the hyssop that grows out of the wall; he spoke also of beasts, and of birds, and of reptiles, and of fish” (1 Kings 4.29-33).

 

 

No doubt, Solomon and practical wisdom occasionally made mistakes; but so do priests and spirituality. And so we can and should look to practical knowledge for good and God:

 

 

“He has made know to us in all wisdom and insight … the manifold wisdom of God” (Eph. 1.190-3.10).

 

“With knowledge and all craftsmanship” (Ex. 31.3).

 

“Filled with all knowledge” (Rom. 15.14).

 

“Children in whom was no blemish … and understanding science, and such as had ability in them to stand in the king’s palace” (Dan. 1.4 King James Edition).

 

“Understanding … science” (Dan. 1.4 KJE).

 

 

Far from urging us to follow priests and holy men and angels with total faith, actually God warned that all these have sinned; and even fall. So that far from having such faith in them, instead we will have found, God told us to examine them all with real Science; to see which are true, and which are false.

 

More specifically, when we re-examine our preachers here, what do we find was wrong with them, first of all? The great mistake and Satanic sin of priests, churches, was to attack or ignore, or fail to adequately teach, the parts of the Bible that stressed science. Or related to that, practical knowledge and science; of farming and milling, housebuilding and medicine and so forth; which actually, were the primary means by which we get the “prosperity” that God promised. And which were actually, what Christianity should henceforth always be, more than 50%, about. Practical knowledge and work, are the missing piece of the priests’ puzzle; without them, their words are “empty,” meaningless “illusions” and delusions, “rote” ritual and ciphers; and never come to material fruition.

 

Once we have this larger perspective then, we can see how religion really works. Priests, clerics to be sure, knew just “part” of the picture: learn to 1) “love your neighbor as yourself” … and 2) once we thus get along with each other, we can work together; in 3) the larger enterprises – families, companies, countries – that 4) alone create the complex economies, that 5) can deliver complex consumer goods … and finally, deliver real prosperity. To be sure, morality is part of the process … but only part of God’s plan. Thus priests, who knew God and spirituality and (an abortive) morality … never quite had “full” knowledge of all you need to know, to follow God, and experience his prosperity. But those of us who now know the science of God, have the better, second, fuller, more mature – and more fruitful – vision of God. One beyond priests.

 

God himself in fact, returns to earth, not merely as a priest … but arrives with many other titles and roles; as a “lord,” and “king,” and a son of “man.” As someone in heaven … but also on earth.

 

 

 

Promising “Miracles” Is

The Foretold “Delusion,” “Illusion,” from

Magic, “Sorcerers

 

 

In the past therefore, essentially all our preachers taught us a false religion, a false sense of Christ. Our preachers taught us that 1) they themselves, our preachers, taught the infallibly true, view of God; and 2) therefore we should follow them, or their ideas about God, with total faith. Christianity, is supposed to be faith-based. While 3) we should ignore – or even attack – practical “knowledge,” science, and Reason. If we did that, then 4) we would be good, and see the truth in religion. And 5) find Christ. And 6) go on to an “eternal” “heaven.” But we find here, what we heard in church was not true. Was not really what the Bible itself really said, overall.

 

Actually, the fact is, we will have shown in our own works, the Bible itself 1) warned there have always been great sins and errors in our holiest men and angels. Especially we add here, our Christian holy men have always been infected with elements of Magic, magical thinking. And 2) therefore, against what we always heard in church, the Bible itself actually told us not to have total “faith” in preachers, or their idea of “God” and “Christ”; but instead, 3) we are supposed to actually, use a kind of “science” of God, to examine everything in religion, Christianity; to find out if it is true, or “false.” And 4) if we now find examine much of religion, and find false things in it? Then after all, we were supposed to discover them after all. And 5) in what we thought was irrefutable, solid Christianity, from “Christ.” And 6) if this shatters our heaven itself? Then one “day” our heaven itself is supposed to be shattered; in 7) order for us to see a “second” and better “appearance” of “Christ.”

 

And so in fact, here and now, the old prophesies are coming true; as foretold, we are seeing a whole series of sins in our prophets and preachers. The religion, the Christianity that we were taught in church – that emphasized faith in authority, especially priests – was substantially, not really true at all. Thus, here in this very book, several major Biblical prophesy are coming true: as God warned, to “day,” we are finding many false things in our holiest men. First 1) their over-emphasis on their own authority. Their failing to see their own sins; especially their involvement in Magic as it turns out. Second 2) their over-emphasis on “faith,” and their constant attacks on science. Actually, God warned there have always been great sins in our priests; and therefore, we should not have too much faith in them, or their ideas about God. But should instead, apply science to them. To see which things they claim are true, and which are not.

 

So we have already found – as foretold – two major false things in our priests: first, they were proud and vain, and over-stressed their own authority, and/or the authority of their own church tradition; while they overlooked constant warnings from God, that they and their churches, would always sin and err. Then, second, because of this, they stressed “faith” in themselves, and their own vision of God … and neglected to note the supreme importance, in the Bible itself, of religious Science. While next, out of these two errors, we will notice a third great sin or two, in our holy men. Which is this: 3) when we at last heed the warnings about holy things, and see and obey at last, God’s command to apply science to our priests, to correct their sins? When we do that, in fact, we will immediately discover the third major, foretold sin, in our holiest men and angels: we will find that science after all, says that priests’ promises of “miracles,” specifically, seem false. More specifically we will find that – exactly as foretold – their promises of miracles were the foretold illusion, a delusion, that came from the influence of magicians, sorcerers, and Magic.

 

God warned us over and over, that our holy men and angels would often be false; and specifically, the Bible repeatedly warned us that even our holiest men and churches, would be working in tandem with, elements of magic; with “magicians” and “sorcerers,” especially; but also with “witches,” “soothsayers,” “augers,” “necromancers,” and the like.

 

Therefore, we here verify the Bible itself: we are here to say here and now, that in fact, just as the Bible warned, as we apply the science of God to traditional, miracle-promising Christianity … we find that there was a great number of false things, right in the heart of all that we were told was true, our old “worship.” And among them, we find, were … the old promises of “miracles.” Many huge, wonderful miracles were promised long ago (as we will see). And though we were promised many such things happened in Biblical times, we don’t see many of them, here and now, today. But more specifically, we will be showing that not only are 1) promises of “miracles” false readings of the Bible; but also 2) these are false readings influenced specifically from … residual belief in magic, even among “Christian” priests.

 

Here as always, we firmly support every single word of the Bible itself. But we suggest that our preachers have misread and misinterpreted it. Those events that look like supernatural “miracles” to them, are better read, with the Science of God, in other ways.

 

 

 

This Very Conclusion Fulfills Prophesy

 

 

 

Our conclusions here therefore, fulfills the Bible – and Biblical prophesies. We are at last heeding God’s warnings about holy men; and are using His science to uncover, unveil them. To expose sins even in the angels in heaven – as foretold. Here more specifically, we are remembering that God warned that one of the specific sins that we have always had in our holy men, that he would uncover especially one “day,” was the infestation of magic into our churches, our priests and prophets: “magicians,” “sorcerers,” “witches,” “necromancers,” and “soothsayers,” and so forth. While indeed, that is just what we are about to note, here and now. We will find out here that the mistaken concept most preachers have of “miracles,” turn out to be not from God, but from the traditions of Magical thinking. So that our preachers have not been following God, but have been following Magic; magicians; sorcerers. As foretold.

 

In fact we will show here, the “wonders” of the Bible are better seen as natural and technology wonders; in a way consistent with the text itself. Whereas, the traditional preachers’ concept of wonders, “miracles,” is a bad, wrong reading of them; a bad reading, influenced by belief in magic. Here we will show that if Jesus found extra bread in empty baskets, there was a natural explanation of this. But when our preachers who promise miracles, pictured all that, mistakenly, as bread appearing out of thin air? Bread appearing in empty baskets? There in fact, their vision of God was influenced nothing so much as … stage magicians making rabbits appear in empty hats.

 

As we will show here, most of our “miracle”-promising “Christian” preachers – televangelists included, especially – 1) have not really been following the Bible and God rightly at all; but have been following …ideas from Magic. So that 2) they have been in fact, the foretold false priests, following magicians, and Magic. Furthermore, 3) by perpetuating their false ideas in countless sermons? They have in effect become magicians themselves, deceiving millions. As foretold.

 

The fact is, the common idea of the “wonders” of the Bible, as involving material things appearing out of thin air, is actually an idea not from God or the Bible we will show, but from the traditions of stage magic and other forms of belief in Magic; of especially, “conjuring”; or making it seem that things can appear out of thin air, without any material cause, other than our prayers or magic formulas. And when televangelists [like?] perpetuate these ideas, they are merely perpetuating, belief in Magic; indeed, they have become the foretold, evil “magicians,” with their foretold “illusions,” “delusions,” “‘lies,” “enchantments,” and other magical things; “deceiving” the whole world with “sorceries.” Exactly as foretold.

 

As it turns out, the Bible told us not to trust holy men too much; but to examine them carefully with real “science.” And if we do that at least informally in our books here, using science-based thought-experiments, we realize that science and reason say that no one today is really making bread appear out of thin air; and most of the similar “miracles” performed on TV are false too. And confirming this, if we look at the Bible itself more closely, we find that the Bible itself did not, strictly speaking, promise “miracles.” Indeed, the word it used was “wonders,” or powerful “works,” more often. And under closer inspection, all its apparent promises of supernatural things, turn out to be capable of being seen as more natural and technological events.

 

But furthermore to be sure, this does not entirely say the Bible had nothing to offer beyond a very early form of Science, and common sense. Since, as we look at it more closely, we will find that after all, the “wonders” it described were real enough; even if they were not what televangelists thought. And furthermore, some of the things that it told us, that everyone disbelieved or thought were entirely metaphorical or spiritual, can soon be proven to be true, can be today confirmed, with science. So that wonders thought to exist only in our mind, or imagination – or “spirit,” or “heaven” – can soon be found to be real material things. Things once thought to be in heaven in effect, can now be seen … descending to the earth.

 

As foretold, after all.

 

 

 

END CHAPTER 1

 

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