Jesus the Winemaker: Satan's Most Effective Lie - eBook  -     By: Al Lunden, Alice Lunden
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WestBow Press / 2011 / ePub

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Format: DRM Free ePub
Vendor: WestBow Press
Publication Date: 2011
ISBN: 9781449722456
ISBN-13: 9781449722456

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Satan's most effective lie? What conceivable falsehood would be more devastating to Christianity than the false inference that Jesus was and is a maker and user of wine or of any other mind-altering drug? Jesus was a man of perfection and without sin! Is drug use not a sin?

This book provides a solid and perhaps somewhat revolutionary biblical hypothesis to firmly prove that Moses did not use wine and that Jesus did not make or use any wine. This hypothesis is based entirely on the original Hebrew and Greek Scriptures, because the Hebrew word yayin and the Greek word oinos were falsely or inadequately translated into Latin and into other European languages at some time after the hostile takeover of the New Testament Church in Rome by Constantine the Great. This conclusion is supported by Strong's Exhaustive Concordance of the Bible and by his Hebrew and Greek dictionaries, by the books of Dr. Robert P. Teachout and Dr. Samuel Bacchiocchi, by the Full Life Study Bible edited by Donald C. Stamps, and by the Hebrew-Greek Key Word Study Bible and Lexicons of Spiros Zodhiates.

Satan is to blame for this false translation, as he is, as Hal Lindsey once said, Alive and well on planet Earth and has overwhelming power when we allow him dominion. Those ancient words for wine and grape juice were all generic or interchangeable in literature, even until the King James Version of the Bible was printed. The original KJV is actually acceptable, but the absolute inerrancy and infallibility of Scripture have been faulted by the false translation of wine in modern Bibles since that time. Another proposed biblical hypothesis states that Satan inspired the equivalent of a hostile corporate takeover of the New Testament Church in Rome. This was done through Emperor Constantine's agreement to cease the persecution and genocide of Christianity if he and his army were given key positions of respect or authority in the church. This resulted in the world's most powerful union of church and state, the Holy Roman Catholic Church, which has now existed for many centuries.

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