Using the Jews fanaticism for the proper observance of their Law as a key, it reveals a different picture of Jesus, his teachings, and his agenda. That same key, in connection with Paul’s writings, helps cull the Christian interpolations from the New Testament scriptures to expose an extraordinary story of the birth of a new religion, not the propagation of one introduced by Jesus.
The Amazing Deception shows clearly and unequivocally that Paul was the creator of Christianity and was in direct opposition to the Apostles and their teachings. This new religion, by its very precepts, was at enmity with Judaism and the Mosaic Law. Because it attacked the Law, the very building block of Judaism, it presented an even greater threat to that religion than Hellenism or the Roman invaders.
The Amazing Deception picks up Paul’s religion as it emerges from the destruction of the Jewish war and follows it through its struggle to become the dominant Christian church, or the Orthodox Church. Almost immediately it assumed the title of Universal, or Catholic Church. By the early fourth century it had crawled into bed with Christianity’s first satanic empire, Rome, and thereby became (by Christians’ own description) the mother of harlots. From that point, the Church truly appears to have been the bride of Satan rather than Christ. Seemingly, every decision she made, every action she instigated was designed to destroy both body and soul of mankind. She destroyed all knowledge save that of her beliefs, enslaved men’s minds and exterminated those who resisted. As her rule spread throughout the world she grew rich from the labor and blood of those nations and peoples who fell to the armies of her cohorts. For over a thousand dark years she corrupted, rather than enlightened. At last, with the renaissance of the fourteenth century knowledge and reason gradually gave mankind the courage and ability to resist. The Reformation of the sixteenth century broke her hold and eventually led to the enlightenment of the eighteenth century and the freedom we now enjoy.