Parable of the Wicked Tenants and How Jesus Avoid the Title of False Prophet

  • Parable of the Wicked Tenants and How Jesus Avoid the Title of False Prophet

    Posted by bookauthor on December 15, 2022 at 5:38 pm

    Jesus: I would gospelize the Kingdom of God/Heaven/Righteousness.

    Steve Campbell, author of Historical Accuracy

    I would be careful about that, Jesus. In the future, Bart Ehrman pointed me to Deut. 18:22.

    When a prophet speaks in the name of the LORD and the message does not come to pass or come true, that is a message the LORD has not spoken. The prophet has spoken presumptuously. Do not be afraid of him.

    Jesus, even before you die, revealed to you will be the Parable of the Wicket Tenants. In the Parable, the Son (which is also the Son of Man) will be killed and you will refer to the Son of Man in the third person, but there will be no Jewish Son of Man.

    There will only be one like Gaius Caesar where Gaius could be the Son of Gaia–long story short: a Caesar of the Roman Empire, which means

    a Gentile kingdom will be the kingdom you originally preached, and
    a tribulation by Gentiles will be the tribulation brought down on people.

    Continuing,
    Gentile Judgment will replace Jewish Judgment, and,
    of course, the Glorious Jewish Kingdom of Righteousness will be the Glorious Kingdom, nay, Empire of Gentile Rome.

    And that is how you will not be a false prophet, unless writers of the gospels have made you up and nothing is prophecy, everything is after the fact.

    False prophet vs. failed hypothesis of Jewish Apocalypticsm. Neither is desirable. However, with Paul coming after you deliver the revealed Parable of the Wicked Tenants, Paul is a false prophet. You appear/inspire Paul and not tell him about being revealed the parable of the wicked tenants? That does not fly, Jesus. Paul is obligated to develop a religious thesis based on you and the Parable of the Wicked Tenants. There is no salvation in you, glorious kingdom was transferred away from you!

    What have you done to the world for the last 2,000 years? The world has been misled.

    Furthermore, you or someone writing about you ran afoul of Yom Kippur and Leviticus 17:10.

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