To me nothing in the bible is perfect. I do think following the Torah [1] and Tanak (basically the whole old testament) is valuable for instruction on how to live and what sort of people to emulate and even the downfalls of people like David and Moses.

I think the law is good and trustworthy and should be followed where at all possible. In my estimation much of the law was implemented to fight bacteria and viruses and parasites and heavy metals, especially the talk about clean and unclean and what you should eat. We now know that dangerous bacteria like vibrio is in certain non fish seafood, pasteurella in rabbits, and also dangerous parasites like strongyloides in pigs and horses.

I believe in the teachings of Jesus and these should be considered and followed most of all.

I do not believe in the overall benefit of the pauline letters to the churches including hebrews and what seems to be 2nd peter. I believe they all had the same author, perhaps paul or one of his followers, even 2 peter. James may be possibly in rebuke of Paul [2] and to me seems Jude is as well. John seems fine.

I do believe in the book of revelation and this book itself seems to basically condemn paul as a false apostle [3] [4] [5]

Since acts is so focused on Paul [6] I don't think it has much benefit. Also I question Luke since it is widely thought it was the same author as acts, and admitted to not being an eyewitness [7]. Even if Acts is mostly a true recounting, it distracts from the teachings of jesus in the gospels in my opinion, which should be focused on first and foremost and will take a lifetime to integrate, just themselves. Since Acts is about Paul mostly, not about Jesus' life and ministry it seems like paul is an antichrist.

Mark may have pulled eucharist from Paul, and matthew may have pulled it from Mark [8] and is likely not what jesus said [9] [10]. Matthew was the primary gospel for early christianity and secondarily John [11].

On atonement [12]

Book of enoch should be considered [13] as well as the gospel of thomas [14] [15]

analysis of thomas [16]

comparison of thomas to other gospels [17]

thomas gospel doctumentary [18]

The book of enoch is beautiful, not sure if it is real or not [19]

Look into Ethiopian bible


A series of copyright-free works intended for instruction throughout ones life and to protect them from the wiles of the enemy. It is intended that people carry forward and pass on this information in as unadulterated form as possible to the next generation. Translating it into new technological forms or languages as needed is strongly encouraged. Synthesizing this information down into a smaller amount and/or indexing for search, and adding new information will probably be needed as this knowledge acts as a beacon for the progression of humanity in this next 2000 years, before the culmination of human history which happens around the year 4000 AD.

So the Old testament (Torah for physical guidance and Tanak for mental and spiritual guidance and inspiration) and even more importantly Matthew and John to learn the teachings of Jesus, and also Revelation, James, 1 Peter, and 1, 2, 3 John, and Jude. Luke and Mark may have some value but cannot be trusted completely, same with Acts. Acts also diverts the focus from Jesus' teachings and thus may not be good (2 John 1:9). All Pauline epistles as well as Hebrews and 2nd Peter, in my estimation, should not be treated as trustworthy.

Book 1 - Torah, Tanakh

  1. Tanakh Masoretic Text written in original languages and english translation.

Book 2 - The Gospel

  1. Gospels (Thomas [20], Matthew, John)
  2. Revelation

Book 3 - Exhortations of the Apostles

  1. James
  2. Jude
  3. 1 Peter
  4. 1 2 3 John

Book 4 - potentially untrustworthy historical compositions

  1. Mark
  2. Luke
  3. Acts
  4. Dionysis
  5. Josephus
  6. Pliny the elder
  7. Septuagint
  8. Pentateuch
  9. Dead Sea Scrolls
  10. Edwin Smith Papyrus

Book 5

see also body bible

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