Mythology's Last Gods: Yahweh and Jesus by William Harwood
Mythology's Last Gods: Yahweh and Jesus William Harwood ebook
Publisher: Prometheus Books
Jul 1, 2002 - Most Trinitarians believe that the word logos refers directly to Jesus Christ, so in most versions of John logos is capitalized and translated “Word” (some versions even write “Jesus Christ” in John 1:1). Aug 12, 2013 - So, my dear Christians, stop this bullshit about Allah or Yahweh is a Trinity God and Jesus is the son of Allah or Yahweh. Harwood's book “Mythology's Last Gods: Yahweh and Jesus” (New York 1992). Jan 6, 2014 - If El was the high God of Abraham—Elohim, the prototype of Yahweh…” – See 2 Kings 23:15 -The Oxford Companion to World Mythology-. Sep 29, 2011 - I first ran into this idea in William R. Although context is the final arbiter, it is almost always the case in the New Testament that when “God” refers to the Father, the definite article appears in the Greek text (this article can be seen only in the Greek text, it is never translated into English). The most mystical and theological of the four gospels in the New Testament is the Book of John, the latest of the four (written between the years 90 and 100 CE) and it has clearly been influenced by (pagan) Platonic philosophy. They are all lies and Greek mythology. Yahweh can't possibly visit Earth, so he must send another entity. Apr 8, 2014 - To put it simply “Jesus was God made flesh,” and to have deity here on this planet as a human was a one-time only thing, never before written about or comprehended. Nov 3, 2008 - Mythology's Last Gods: Yahweh and Jesus, by William Harwood. It was Eusebius who recorded the story of Constantine's vision and it wasn't in his first book.