Christianity is so extremist that when I was in the Royal Navy I was forced to attend a Christian church under orders even though I had signed up as an Atheist…when asked if I had to attend church because I was an Atheist I was told yes…if that’s not Christian brain washing I don’t know what is…
Adolf Hitler was born on the 20th of April 1889 in Braunau am Inn, a town in Austria-Hungary and reportedly died on the 30th of April 1945. Raised in a Roman Catholic family, Hitler’s father was reportedly Alois Hitler (possibly Frankenberger), an anti-clerical Roman Catholic and his mother reportedly Klara Pölzl, a devout Roman Catholic. Roman Catholicism being an offshoot of Christianity, which is an offshoot of Judaism, according to two passages of the Bible Jesus was king of the Jews as well as being a Jewish Rabbi.
According to Nazi official Hans Frank, Alois’s mother was employed as a housekeeper for a Jewish family and the 19 year old son of the family Leopold Frankenberger had fathered Alois. This would explain why after Saliva samples were taken from 39 of Hitlers relatives a chromosome found in Ashkenazi and Sephardic Jews was found, although some historians dismiss the claim despite mounting evidence that Alois’s father and Hitler were of Jewish stock, because there is reportedly no record produced of Leopold Frankenberger’s existence.
Throughout his life Hitler was a Nazi Christian Satanist and Occultist with a variable belief & personal spiritual struggle throughout life, more religious throughout the early part of his life than towards the end. He was outwardly Christian and deeply religious in the 1920s and early parts of the 1930s, in 1937 Hitler was still a member of the Catholic Church although had fully discarded his belief in the Judeo-Christian conception of God. In 1945 Hitlers sister Paula was recorded as saying “I don’t believe he ever left the [Catholic] church. I don’t know for sure“. Hitler often spoke of his belief in a German Almighty Creator, a Lord, a Savior, a Lord and Savior, a God, a Lord of Creation, of World Spirit, a creator of the universe, a supreme force and an eternal Providence. At least three million members of Hitlers Nazi Party were registered as either Roman Catholic (offshoot of Christianity) or Evangelical Protestant Christians (offshoot of Judaism), 155,000 Nazi soldiers were Jewish.
Hitler was surrounded by and influenced by Roman Catholics, Evangelical Christians, Satanists, Knights Templar, Freemasons, Luciferians, Satanic Occultists of the Vril society and the Thule Society, Rosicrucians, Illuminati, scientific illuminists of the A∴A∴ and Ordo Templi Orientis, Anthroposophists, Theosophists, Neo-Templars and Armanum to give examples. He was involved with people who participated in ritual sex magic as well as human and child sacrifice. Hitlers Chief of the Nazi Party chancellery Martin Bormann was an open Satanist.
Hitler reportedly supported the Deutsche Christen church, he is said to have believed Jesus was certainly an Aryan not a Jew and Jewish apostle Paul falsified the message of Jesus, he believed in the survival of an Aryan humanity. He believed “the stars are not sources of light but worlds, perhaps inhabited worlds like ours“.
Hitler was reportedly a secretive person, he was a fierce opponent of the Vatican hierarchy, he is said to have used religion tactically as an instrument that could be useful for social engineering.
Throughout the duration of the Third Reich Hitler opposed the Jewish perspective of Christianity, he believed it was founded on lies and myths, in perpetual conflict with itself, he believed Jewish Christianity had corrupted the entire world of antiquity. He spoke of how the Jews believe Jesus was the son of a whore and a Roman soldier. He believed Aryan Jesus wanted to act against Jewish world domination so Jewry had him crucified.
Near the end of his life Hitler is said to have believed he was more than a man, a Messianic figure, he was said to have been secular, materialist, scientific and an anti-judaic-religion atheistic Germanic pagan and believed in natural law of selection by struggle and survival of the fittest, he believed God and nature to be the same thing, he believed in sun-worship.
Now you know why you’re not being told the truth about UFOs
Atheists are being contained by religious extremists
David Cameron has declared himself an “evangelical” about his Christian faith as he criticised some non-believers for failing to grasp the role that religion can have in “helping people to have a moral code”.
In his third effort this week to highlight his own strong faith, the prime minister said he wanted to see a bigger role for religion in Britain as a Christian country and urged fellow believers to be more confident in spreading their views.
It comes after several big clashes between the coalition and the church, including a letter this week from 40 Anglican bishops and 600 church leaders calling on all political parties to tackle the causes of food poverty. Previous tensions have been caused by Cameron’s decision to introduce gay marriage, and deep cuts in welfare benefits.
Cameron’s Easter message may be aimed at smoothing over relations as well as an attempt to woo Christians back from Ukip, after Nigel Farage said British politics needed a “more muscular defence of our Judaeo-Christian heritage”.
Traditionally, UK political leaders have been more reticent than their American counterparts about religion, with Tony Blair’s former spin chief Alastair Campbell once famously proclaiming that New Labour did not “do God”. However, both Blair and Gordon Brown have always professed strong religious beliefs and Cameron has been clear that he is a churchgoer. In contrast, Nick Clegg is an atheist, while Ed Miliband on a trip to Jerusalem last week set out his desire to become the first Jewish prime minister, although he caused confusion by forgetting about Benjamin Disraeli.
“I have a particular faith. I describe myself as a Jewish atheist. I’m Jewish by birth origin and it’s part of who I am. I don’t believe in God, but I think faith is a really important thing for a lot of people,” the Labour leader said.
The prime minister’s religious messages began last week with an Easter reception at Downing Street, at which he said religion had brought him his greatest moments of peace and claimed “Jesus invented the big society 2,000 years ago”.
He also released a videoed Easter message for the country, in which he talked about the “countless acts of kindness carried out by those who believe in and follow Christ”.
In a separate article for the Church Times, he argued that some atheists and agnostics did not understand that faith could be a “guide or a helpful prod in the right direction” towards morality.
While acknowledging many non-believers have a moral code and some Christians do not, he added: “People who advocate some sort of secular neutrality fail to grasp the consequences of that neutrality, or the role that faith can play in helping people to have a moral code.
“I believe we should be more confident about our status as a Christian country, more ambitious about expanding the role of faith-based organisations, and, frankly, more evangelical about a faith that compels us to get out there and make a difference to people’s lives.”
Cameron said he was a classic member of the Church of England, “a bit vague on some of the more difficult parts of that faith”, but insisted the church “really matters” to him.
He also defended the Church of England’s “perceived woolliness when it comes to belief”.
“I am not one for doctrinal purity, and I don’t believe it is essential for evangelism about the church’s role in our society or its importance. It is important – and, as I have said, I would like it to do more, not less, in terms of action to improve our society and the education of our children.”
Previously, the prime minister has said his faith is “a bit like the reception for Magic FM in the Chilterns: it sort of comes and goes”.
It comes as a new row with the church may be brewing over the issue of what to do about civil partnerships. In a consultation that closes on Friday, the government is considering three alternatives: abolishing civil partnerships altogether, allowing people who have already had the ceremony to keep the title, or extending them to all couples. The Anglican church is opposing the extension of civil partnerships for all and wants them to be kept for homosexual partners.
But on Wednesday Peter Tatchell, the LGBT rights campaigner, wrote to Helen Grant, the minister in charge of the issue, to urge her to extend civil partnerships to all.
“Both civil marriages and civil partnerships embody the same core values of love, commitment, loyalty and stability,” he wrote. “Why does it matter if a straight couple choose a civil partnership? How does their choice undermine the marriages of the others and the authority of an institution that still enjoys majority support? Civil partnerships may be a different institution from marriage but they are, in most respects, marriage-like. So why maintain the ban on female-male civil partnerships?”
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Secret £14million Bible in which ‘Jesus predicts coming of Prophet Muhammad’ unearthed in Turkey
- Vatican ‘wants to see’ 1,500-year-old ancient script
- Has been hidden by Turkish state for 12 years
- Handwritten in gold-lettered Aramaic
A secret Bible in which Jesus is believed to predict the coming of the Prophet Muhammad to Earth has sparked serious interest from the Vatican.
Pope Benedict XVI is claimed to want to see the 1,500-year-old book, which many say is the Gospel of Barnabas, that has been hidden by the Turkish state for the last 12 years.
The £14million handwritten gold lettered tome, penned in Jesus’ native Aramaic language, is said to contain his early teachings and a prediction of the Prophet’s coming.
Secret Bible: The 1,500-year-old tome was is said to contain Jesus’ early teachings and his prediction of the Prophet’s coming
Ancient: The leather-bound text, written on animal hide, was discovered by Turkish police during an anti-smuggling operation in 2000
The leather-bound text, written on animal hide, was discovered by Turkish police during an anti-smuggling operation in 2000.
It was closely guarded until 2010, when it was finally handed over to the Ankara Ethnography Museum, and will soon be put back on public display following a minor restoration.
A photocopy of a single page from the handwritten ancient manuscript is thought to be worth £1.5million.
Turkish culture and tourism minister Ertugrul Gunay said the book could be an authentic version of the Gospel, which was suppressed by the Christian Church for its strong parallels with the Islamic view of Jesus.
He also said the Vatican had made an official request to see the scripture – a controversial text which Muslims claim is an addition to the original gospels of Mark, Matthew, Luke and John.
In line with Islamic belief, the Gospel treats Jesus as a human being and not a God.
Serious interest: The Vatican, under Pope Benedict XVI, is said to want to see the recently re-discovered Bible
Historic: The £14million handwritten gold lettered tome is penned in Jesus’ native Aramaic language
It rejects the ideas of the Holy Trinity and the Crucifixion and reveals that Jesus predicted the coming of the Prophet Muhammad.
In one version of the gospel, he is said to have told a priest: ‘How shall the Messiah be called? Muhammad is his blessed name’.
WHO WAS ST BARNABAS?
Born in Cyprus as Joseph, Barnabas was an Early Christian later named an apostle.
His story appears in the Acts of the Apostles, and Paul mentions him in some of his epistles.
The date, place, and circumstances of his death are historically unverifiable.
But Christian tradition states that he was martyred at Salamis, Cyprus.
He is traditionally identified as the founder of the Cypriot Church, with his feast day on June 11.
And in another Jesus denied being the Messiah, claiming that he or she would be Ishmaelite, the term used for an Arab.
Despite the interest in the newly re-discovered book, some believe it is a fake and only dates back to the 16th century.
The oldest copies of the book date back to that time, and are written in Spanish and Italian.
Protestant pastor İhsan Özbek said it was unlikely to be authentic.
This is because St Barnabas lived in the first century and was one of the Apostles of Jesus, in contrast to this version which is said to come from the fifth or sixth century.
He told the Today Zaman newspaper: ‘The copy in Ankara might have been written by one of the followers of St Barnabas.
‘Since there is around 500 years in between St Barnabas and the writing of the Bible copy, Muslims may be disappointed to see that this copy does not include things they would like to see.
‘It might have no relation with the content of the Gospel of Barnabas.’
Theology professor Ömer Faruk Harman said a scientific scan of the bible may be the only way to reveal how old it really is.
Seized from smugglers, the leather-bound ‘gospel’ which Iran claims will bring down Christianity and shake world politics
- The text, written on animal hide, is thought to be an authentic version of the Gospel of Barnabas, one of Jesus’s disciples
- ‘Laughable’ Iranian report claims the book states that Jesus was never crucified and He predicted the coming of the Prophet Muhammad
- It was discovered by Turkish authorities in 2000 during an anti-smuggling operation
- The Vatican has made an official request to view the text
A leather-bound religious text, thought to date from the fifth century but discovered only 12 years ago, will cause the collapse of Christianity worldwide, claims Iran.
The book, written on animal hide, apparently states that Jesus was never crucified and that he himself predicted the coming of the Prophet Muhammad, according to the the Iranian press.
Written in Syriac, a dialect of Aramaic, the gospel even predicts the coming of the last Islamic messiah, the report adds.
Ancient: The discovery of this leather-bound text will cause the collapse of Christianity worldwide, Iran has claimed
Turkish authorities believe it could be an authentic version of the Gospel by Jesus’s disciple Barnabas, and the Iranian press report has claimed that its contents will trigger Christianity’s downfall by proving that Islam is the final and righteous religion.
Others have dismissed the Iranian claims as ‘laughable’ anti-Christian propaganda.
The Basij Press claims the text was written in the 5th or 6th century and it predicted the coming of the Prophet Muhammad and the religion of Islam. It says the Christian world denies the existence of such a gospel.
Basij claims that Chapter 41 of the Gospel reads: ‘God has hidden himself as Archangel Michael ran them (Adam and Eve) out of heaven, (and) when Adam turned, he noticed that at top of the gateway to heaven, it was written “La elah ela Allah, Mohamad rasool Allah”,’ meaning Allah is the only God and Mohammad his prophet.
Turkish authorities seized the text in 2000 in a crackdown on a gang who were charged with smuggling antiquities, illegal excavations and the possession of explosives.
Saintly: Turkish authorities believe the book could be an authentic version of the Gospel of Barnabas, pictured
But excitement at the find only peaked in February this year, when it was reported that the Vatican had made an official request to view the book. It is not known whether the request was granted.
Its origins are unknown, but National Turk reported that the book had been kept in the Justice Palace in the Turkish capital, Ankara, and was being transferred under armed police guard to the city’s Ethnography Museum.
‘IT IS A LAUGHABLE IRANIAN CHALLENGE TO CHRISTIANITY’
Phil Lawler, writing on the Catholic Culture website, described the claim as a ‘laughable Iranian challenge to Christianity’.
He said: ‘If the document was written in the 5th or 6th century, it couldn’t very well have been written by someone who was traveling with St. Paul about 400 years earlier.
‘It must have been written by someone claiming to represent St. Barnabas. Should we accept that claim? Another good question.
‘Keep in mind that the dating of the document is critical. By the 7th century it didn’t take much foresight to ‘predict’ the appearance of Mohammad.’
The Basij report suggests that the discovery is so immense that it will shake world politics.
‘The discovery of the original Barnabas Bible will now undermine the Christian Church and its authority and will revolutionize the religion in the world,” it states.
‘The most significant fact, though, is that this Bible has predicted the coming of Prophet Mohammad and in itself has verified the religion of Islam.’
Although Turkish authorities believe the text to be genuine, other observers have questioned its authenticity.
Erick Stakelbeck, a terrorism analyst and a close observer of Iranian affairs, told WND.com: ‘The Iranian regime is committed to stamping out Christianity by any means necessary.
‘Whether that means executing Christian converts, burning Bibles or raiding underground churches.’
Phil Lawler, writing on the Catholic Culture website, described the claim as a ‘laughable Iranian challenge to Christianity’.
Safe keeping: The book was stored in Ankara’s Justice Palace after it was confiscated from smugglers
Read the Gospel http://www.barnabas.net/