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Is There Proof For The New Testament
Being Part Of Scripture?

It is of vital importance to know the basics before getting into any religion. Unfortunately for some of us, that was not an option. Like with myself, I was very much born into a religion and took many years to find the truth and get out of it. It was painful but worth it!

So let’s look at some basics regarding the New Testament.

Following is a great example of how Christianity came about especially through the philosophies of Paul. He was as master at this art.

Let us take the following verse and try to figure out who is who without taking the whole book into consideration:

2Chronicles 36:4 – And the sovereign of Mitsrayim (Egypt) made his brother Elyaqim sovereign over Yehuah (Judah) and Yerushalayim (Jerusalem), and changed his name to Yehoyaqim. And Neo took Yeho’aaz his brother and brought him to Mitsrayim.

Result:  A

  1. Elyaqim is the brother of the sovereign of Mitsrayim and was made sovereign over Yehudah and Yerushalayim.

  2. Elayaqim’s name was changed to Yehoyaqim by the sovereign of Mitsrayim.

  3. Yeho’ahaz is the brother of Neko and was taken to Mitsrayim.

Result:  B

  1. Elyaqim had a brother that was sovereign over Yehudah and Yerushalayim but the sovereign of Mitsrayim made Elayaqim sovereign.

  2. Then the sovereign of Mitsrayim changed his own name to Yehoyaqim.

  3. Neko took Yeho’ahaz, the brother of Elyaqim to Mitsrayim.

Result:  C

  1. Elyaqim was the sovereign of Mitsrayim.

  2. Neko’s name was changed to Yehoyaqim.

  3. The sovereign of Mitsrayim became sovereign of Jerusalem and sent Neko to be sovereign over Mitsrayim and Yehudah.

Result:  D  (The truth)

  1.  Elyaqim and Yeho’ahaz are the 2 sons of Yoshiyahu (Isaiah).
  2. Yeho’ahaz was made sovereign over Yerushalayim by the people.
  3. Neko is the sovereign of Mitsrayim and he came to Yerushalayim.

  4. Neko took the reign from Yeho’ahaz and gave it to his (Yeho’ahaz’s) brother, Elyaqim, and added the whole of Yehudah to his reign.

  5. Neko renamed Elyaqim to Yehoyaqim.

  6. Neko took Yeho’ahaz away with him to Mitsrayim.



  • It is absurd to try and figure out what the Old Testament is all about, if you first read the New Testament and try to force-fit it to match.

  • The most dangerous thing is a half truth, as in result A, where only point 2 is true, or result B, where only point 3 is true. Better is a total lie as in result C, because that is easy to spot.   


Now work this one out:

The Covenant

This is a sample of what we find right through the Tanakh (Old Testament). The people disobey by following other gods than YHWH alone. Lets see the true conclusion according to Scripture as opposed to the New Testament version.

Carefully read these 2 short accounts in Judges and Kings (of which there are numerous) and then we test the New Testament doctrines.

Judges 2:1-7 – And the Messenger of YHWH came up from Gilgal to Boim, and said, “I led you up from Mitsrayim and brought you to the land of which I swore to your fathers, and I said, ‘I do not break My covenant with you,

2and as for you, do not make a covenant with the inhabitants of this land – break down their altars.’ But you have not obeyed My voice. What is this you have done?

3“Therefore I also said, ‘I am not driving them out before you, and they shall be adversaries to you, and their mighty ones shall be a snare to you.’ ”

4And it came to be, when the Messenger of YHWH spoke these words to all the children of Yisra’ěl, that the people lifted up their voice and wept.

5So they called the name of that place Boim, and slaughtered there to YHWH.

6Then Yehoshua dismissed the people, and the children of Yisra’ěl went each to his own inheritance to possess the land.

7And the people served YHWH all the days of Yehoshua, and all the days of the elders who outlived Yehoshua (Joshua), who had seen all the great works of YHWH which He had done for Yisra’ěl.

2Kings 17:1-23 – In the twelfth year of Aaz sovereign of Yehuah, Hoshěa son of Ělah began to reign over Yisra’ěl in Shomeron, for nine years.

2And he did evil in the eyes of YHWH, but not as the sovereigns of Yisra’ěl who were before him.

3Shalmaneser sovereign of Ashshur came up against him. And Hoshěa became his servant, and rendered him a present.

4But the sovereign of Ashshur found a conspiracy in Hoshěa, for he had sent messengers to So, sovereign of Mitsrayim, and had not brought a present to the sovereign of Ashshur, as year by year. And the sovereign of Ashshur shut him up, and bound him in prison.

5And the sovereign of Ashshur went through all the land, and went up to Shomeron and besieged it for three years.

6In the ninth year of Hoshěa, the sovereign of Ashshur captured Shomeron and exiled Yisra’ěl to Ashshur, and settled them in ala and aor, the River of Gozan, and in the cities of the Medes.

7Now this came to be because the children of Yisra’ěl had sinned against YHWH their Elohim – who had brought them up out of the land of Mitsrayim, from under the hand of Pharaoh sovereign of Mitsrayim – and feared other mighty ones,

8and walked in the laws of the gentiles whom YHWH had dispossessed from before the children of Yisra’ěl, and of the sovereigns of Yisra’ěl that they had made.

9And the children of Yisra’ěl secretly did against YHWH their Elohim matters that were not right, and they built for themselves high places in all their cities, from watchtower unto the walled city,

10and set up for themselves pillars and Ashěrim on every high hill and under every green tree, 11and burned incense there on all the high places, like the gentiles whom YHWH had removed from their presence. And they did evil matters to provoke YHWH,

12and served the idols, of which YHWH had said to them, “Do not do this.”

13And YHWH warned Yisra’ěl and Yehuah, through all of His prophets, and every seer, saying, “Turn back from your evil ways, and guard My commands and My laws, according to all the Torah which I commanded your fathers, and which I sent to you by My servants the prophets.” 14But they did not listen and hardened their necks, like the necks of their fathers, who did not put their trust in YHWH their Elohim,

15and rejected His laws and His covenant that He had made with their fathers, and His witnesses which He had witnessed against them, and went after worthlessness, and became worthless, and after the gentiles who were all around them, of whom YHWH had commanded them not to do like them.

16And they left all the commands of YHWH their Elohim, and made for themselves a moulded image, two calves, and made an Ashěrah and bowed themselves to all the host of the heavens, and served Baal,

17and caused their sons and daughters to pass through the fire, and practised divination and sorcery, and sold themselves to do evil in the eyes of YHWH, to provoke Him.

18So YHWH was very enraged with Yisra’ěl, and removed them from His presence – none was left but the tribe of Yehuah alone.

19Yehuah, also, did not guard the commands of YHWH their Elohim, but walked in the laws of Yisra’ěl which they made.

20And YHWH rejected all the seed of Yisra’ěl, and afflicted them, and gave them into the hand of plunderers, until He had cast them out from His presence.

21For He tore Yisra’ěl from the house of Dawi, and they made Yaroḇ’am son of Neat sovereign. And Yaroam drove Yisra’ěl from following YHWH, and made them commit a great sin.

22And the children of Yisra’ěl walked in all the sins of Yaroḇ’am which he did. They did not turn away from them,

23until YHWH removed Yisra’ěl from His presence, as He spoke by all His servants the prophets. So Yisra’ěl was exiled from their land to Ashshur, as it is to this day.


Judges 2:1 YHWH does NOT break His covenant with Israel EVER.

Judges 2:3 The penalty of breaking the Covenant has always been and will always be as stated: If you don’t obey, you will suffer by having physical enemies and you will be enticed to serve their idols.

In Judges 2:7 we see that the prophet like unto Moses is Yehoshua (Joshua), onto whom “Jesus” was conveniently super imposed for some credibility.

2 Kings 17:7-23 clearly gives the reason for the exile described in the verses that precede it. This matches exactly what the everlasting covenant describes.

Leviticus 26:44-45 – ‘And yet for all this, when they are in the land of their enemies, I shall not reject them, nor shall I loathe them so as to destroy them and break My covenant with them. For I am YHWH their Elohim. 45‘Then I shall remember for their sake the covenant of the ancestors whom I brought out of the land of Mitsrayim before the eyes of the nations to be their Elohim. I am YHWH.’ ”

We see here again that the covenant is everlasting, even when broken by the people.

Deuteronomy 4:31 – “For YHWH your Elohim is a compassionate Ěl, He does not forsake you, nor destroy you, nor forget the covenant of your fathers which He swore to them.

And again the covenant is unforgettable.

Joshua 23:16 – when you transgress the covenant of YHWH your Elohim, which He commanded you, and shall go and serve other mighty ones, and bow down to them. And the displeasure of YHWH shall burn against you, and you shall perish quickly from the good land which He has given you.”

Transgressing the Torah is sin. The Torah is part of the covenant. The penalty is that you shall perish quickly from the good land (Israel).

Nowhere do we find that sin has anything to do with believing in a “Jesus” or anyone else.

Nowhere do we find a different penalty, like going to hell, for instance. The penalty is oppression and death by the enemy. It is all physical and no hoohaa stuff.

You can read through the whole Tanakh and you will find that the sin and the penalty stay the same. So does the “repentance” or turning back.

When we turn back to keeping the commands, (including the Sabbath (Saturday) keeping), we are freed from the physical enemy and can live in peace while YHWH blesses the land through miraculous prosperity and riches.

The above dilemmas, mistakes and forgeries are only a tiny example of some of the flaws you will never be introduced to by missionaries and Christian leaders. For a more comprehensive study and origins of Christianity,  “The Trial” on is a great read.

May you be blessed in your walk in search for the Truth!

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