The Gospels - The False Prophets


Most people believe that “the gospel according to Mark” was written by Mark , “the gospel according toMatthew” is written by Matthew etc.
This is incorrect. It is clear by looking at the titles e.g. The gospel according to Mark, the gospel according to Luke. This is the same with the gospels according to Matthew and John. They are all written in a third person’s perspective.

“the titles of our Gospels were not intended to indicate authorship, but to state the authority guaranteeing what is related” The Catholic encyclopaedia 44

In Luke 1 of the Gospel according to Luke, the author tells you that he is not even an eye witness to the accounts.
Look at the below verse from the gospel according to Matthew, it doesn’t sound like the apostle Matthew writing in the first person:
“And as Jesus passed forth from thence, he saw a man, named Matthew, sitting at the receipt of custom: and he saith unto him, Follow me. And he arose, and followed him.” Matthew 9:9 KJV

It is important to note that the gospels according to Mark, Matthew, Luke, John were written after the majority of Paul’s letters. Some scholars state that the gospel according to Mark has an unmistakable trace of Paul’s thoughts or words. 45 One could presume the anonymous gospel writers were adding in Paul’s thoughts.


According to Biblical scholars E.P. Sanders, Margaret Davies, and many other renowned New Testament scholars the authors of the Gospels Matthew and Luke copied from the gospel according to Mark and expanded, elaborated the stories. 46

Biblical Scholar R. Eisenman states “The Gospel of Matthew, even more than the other Gospels, has long been recognized as a collection of Messianic and other scriptural proof-texts taken out of context and woven into a gripping narrative of what purports to be the life of Jesus.” 47
 

The Book of Revelations

3856044_xxl_resize.jpgThere are some that hold views that the prophecies in this book are happening and are continuing to happen. There is also the Preterist view, that the events have already happened during the 1st Century 48 49.

The Sections The Deception of the Church & Gog and Magog’ interpret some of the prophecies to the current day. Consider the striking similarities.

Dionysius, Bishop of Alexandria was adamant that it was not written by John, the disciple of Jesus. The Gospel of John and the Epistles of John were written in faultless Greek and demonstrate exceptional writing skills whereas the book of Revelation is poorly written compared to the former. 50
The Jesus in the book of revelations doesn’t seem to be compatible with the teachings of Jesus. Scholars cannot agree on what words in the book of revelations were infact Jesus’. 51