brain washing, mind control, and wrong governmental principles (divide and conquer/dominion and control) all originated from the ancient kingdom of Babylon.
The KKK ( Klu Klux Klan) is an example of radical Christianity that sees people of color as “less than infidels” just as the radical Muslims do but the Christians don’t want to talk about that!
It should be seen clearly from this writing of Justin that Christianity is a religion started in Rome by Simon Magus and his false apostolic team “Helena and Menander.”
All that Simon Magus wanted to achieve was to dominate and stamp out the original Jewish Messianic movement so that he would replace Christ, which he eventually achieved through the help of the Romans. The validation that Simon Magus’ false esoteric order was named “Christians” can be read in the writing of Justin Martyr (152 A.D.) who is generally regarded as the first outstanding Christian apologist of the 2nd century….
The rising of false Christs as predicted by Jewish Yeshua Hamashiach began in the 1st century. By carefully following the bible and history of the church, you’ll learn that in the same century, the Jewish messianic movement began in Jerusalem, a false Christianity movement began in Samaria, which identified their members as “Christians” but preached about “Jesus Christ” instead of Jewish Yeshua of Nazareth. As the Jewish believers in Yeshua were spreading from Jerusalem to other nations, the false Christians were spreading from Samaria to other parts of the world proclaiming a false [Jesus] Christ!
Paul compared these who will arise in the last days to oppose the truth of God with the story of Moses and Jannes and Jambres. Paul said the same way Jannes and Jambres withstood Moses in the presence of Pharaoh, would be the same method that the diviners, sorcerers, and the psychics who will secretly introduce destructive teachings in the church will resist the truth. Paul called them men of corrupt minds, reprobate concerning the faith (2Timothy3:8).
Christ reproved some Pharisees calling them hypocrites, and most “Christians” have mistakenly taken that to mean the word “Pharisees” denotes hypocrisy, even some dictionaries have defined the term “Pharisee” as “self-righteous person”, a pretender, etc. However, Christ’s criticism of the Pharisees as recorded in “Mathew 23” does not imply that all Pharisees were pretenders. As…