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You will be disturbed

  This video gives an explanation for saying 2 in the Gospel of Thomas. Jesus said, "Those who seek should not stop seeking until they find. When they find, they will be disturbed. When they are disturbed, they will marvel, and will reign over all. [And after they have reigned they will rest.]"
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Jesus was against organized religion

  Some Christians will say that Christianity is a relationship, not a religion. As religion can simply mean to believe in a higher power, it is more accurate to say it should not be about organized religion. We look at what Jesus really taught about religion. We also discover that Jesus was not a religious Jew. 

The truth about Acts and the early chruch

  Acts of the Apostles - except it is not! Acts is not about the apostles. Discover the truth about Acts and why Paul is so prominent in the New Testament. This video is part of a series for discovering the truth about the Bible .

Did the pentecost really happen?

  Did Jesus really instruct His disciples to wait in Jerusalem to be filled with the Holy Spirit? Did the events described in Acts during the Pentecost really happen?

The problem with Luke-Acts

  We are on a journey where we discover the truth about the Bible. In this article we will be looking at Luke and Acts. Two very important books - but also two books that are not perfect. Both books clearly shows the same pattern of mistakes that were made by the author. Mistakes that you need to be aware of in order to discover the true teachings of Jesus.  The author of Luke-Acts was either a companion of Paul or someone that followed his teachings closely. Paul came from a strong religious background and that had an influence on his teachings. As we have seen in the article ' Paul's words are not God's words ' - Paul was not taught by Jesus and had very little contact with the apostles. There were some fundamental flaws in the teachings of Paul and the author of Luke-Acts took some of these flaws to the next level. Before you continue with this article, if you haven't already, you must first read the following articles for some background: The Lie about the Bible

The Gospel of Thomas

  The Gospel of Thomas is mostly rejected by mainstream Christianity. The reason is simple - the teachings in the Gospel of Thomas goes against a lot of what the 'Christian Church' is teaching us.  It was discovered near Nag Hammadi, Egypt, in December 1945 among a group of books known as the Nag Hammadi library. The reason it was only discovered in 1945 is that the early church destroyed all copies of the gospel. When was the Gospel of Thomas written? Scholars have proposed dates of composition as early as AD 60 and as late as AD 250. Most scholars however agree that it is between AD 60 to AD 140. Even a later date is not that late seeing that the Gospel of John was only written around AD 90 – 100. The date is important. An early date would be a big problem for mainstream Christianity because it would mean that the gospels in the New Testament dependent on the Gospel of Thomas, making the Gospel of Thomas more reliable.  The argument for a late date for Thomas The main argumen

God is not in the crowd

  When people look for God, or when they need His help, they go to church. They believe that is where they will find God. They believe that is where their prayers will be answered. They are mostly disappointed. They are faced with more judgement than love and understanding. Instead of finding God they find an organization where it is more about the 'church' (business) than about the people.  Nothing wrong with going to church. God did not create us to be alone and the church is a good place to meet other believers. But that is not where you will truly find God - or yourself.  People think it is better to pray with others because of Matthew 18.  Again, truly I tell you, if two of you agree on earth about anything you ask, it will be done for you by my Father in heaven. For where two or three are gathered in my name, I am there among them.” - Matthew 18:19-20 But what does this really mean?   If you really think about this verse, it basically means you have to pray with others be