Friday, June 17, 2016

VERY IMPORTANT: Prophecy can't be in a written form !!!

I wanted to point out one very important fact. Prophecy can NEVER BE in a written form, except for the Written Torah !!!

So all books of the prophets are a blatant lie. Sorry to break it to you. Only Written Torah is allowed to be in a written form. That is it!

This is because the Prophet Test in Deuteronomy 13:1-5 and 18:15-22 is very clear that anything that goes against Written Torah is an apostasy. Also, these verses never mention anything about writing it down or prophecy being in the written form. On the contrary, Deuteronomy 4:2 is explicit that ANY written addition to the Written Torah that was declared holy/word of God, is an apostasy!

Prophecy can't be in the written form, because then it would be impossible to verify it and test it. All prophets whose prophecies we have are long time dead (if they ever existed), so there is no way for us to tell if they are genuine prophets or not, as the book of Deuteronomy prescribes.

So as you can see, written prophecy violates not one, but two commandments of the Torah, namely Prophet Test and Deuteronomy 4:2.


Please do not think that I am ignorant. Other books of the Bible contain important historical information, so I do not completely reject them. However, when it comes to believing in it as a word of God - I do not do that, as it would be against Written Torah.

For example, Ezikiel speaks about some temple. On what basis we are going to have temple instead of the Tabernacle??? Written Torah speaks only about Tabernacle and that it is forever and that Levites are to serve in the Tabernacle forever. Ark of the Covenant also supposed to be in the Tabernacle. I do not know on what authority it was moved to the temple? See Exodus 27:20-21, Leviticus 16:32-34, Leviticus 24:2-4, Numbers 18:20-24, Numbers 18:31 and Leviticus 26:11.

Another example are the offerings for the sacrifices. Ezekiel lists different burn-offering, sin-offering, e.t.c. Yet Written Torah provides us with different types and quantities of animals. On what basis sacrifices were changed? All offering are listed in Numbers 28. Compare it to Ezekiel 46:4-7 for example.

So yes, as hard as it is to admit it, all books of the Bible, except for the Written Torah are FICTION!
Please disregard these books completely. Do not let these books influence your understanding of the Written Torah. Rely and study only Written Torah.

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