Sounds important, huh? Well it
should, lineage is an important thing when it comes to verifying who
someone is. So naturally, when one thinks of such an important birth and
life as Jesus Christ's, that lineage would be no problem. After all,
stars formed, wise men traveled, just for his birth. The problem is that
the Gospels don't agree on where Jesus came from.
In order to fulfill prophecy, Jesus
had to have been born in the line of David. Yet, the Bible traces Jesus
to David, through Joseph... who had nothing to do with Jesus being
conceived. Let's overlook that and just take a gander at how they do
trace Jesus back and tell me if you notice anything.
The Gospel According to
The Gospel According to Luke
Well, I certainly don't think it
takes Sherlock Holmes to see the problems there. But just in case you
don't see any difference, I highlighted the only names the lists have in
Now believers may say that this
isn't important, but they could be no more wrong. This is crucial.
This is the proof for a prophecy, and their own Holy Book inspired by
the perfect God cannot show the evidence. Not only that, but come on,
they can't even agree on who Jesus' grandfather was. That is sad.
And what is with this 15
generation tolerance? That is 3 times more than what the average person
can trace back on their family tree. It's laughable, at best.
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