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Carver Alan Ames ' through the eyes of Jesus "part I, I

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the book is based on the mystical revelations about the life of Jesus and the Apostles. The author claims that he had a vision from 1994-1997

the book I received as a gift. so for the first time with this message I met in 2016. Here are my conclusions.

the book can be classified as Apocrypha. That is to say, the fiction that has no affiliation with the true Jesus and the Apostles. The author looks at the Jesus through the eyes of the 20th century.

He does not know the customs of Israel before 2000 years

Israel Customs

page 292/3-then came to me two sisters Ruth. One sat down next to me. The second took me by the hand and asked. Tell us the story, please.

Jesus taught them the history of the angels. In our time there is nothing surprising in this. Israel girls and women do not have the right to learn the word of God. Rabin school were only for boys.

We read that when Jesus came to Nazareth taught children. In the Gospels we read that at the beginning of its activities the residents of the city wanted to dump Jesus from the rock.
so unlikely that they allowed their children to Jesus taught.

We read that Jesus in Nazareth heard dogs barking. The Israelites did not keep dogs, it was the animal unclean. Compared with a witch

22.15 Apocalypse
(15): on the outside are dogs and sorcerers, and harlots, and the killers, and idolaters, and all those who love the lie and make them.

(15): For without [are] dogs, and sorcerers, and whoremongers, and murderers, and idolaters, and whosoever loveth and maketh a lie. [King James Version, Ap 22]

Page 258 - Jesus petted the dog
"I laughed, because the dog lay down next to me on the back, and I petted it”

It would be a scandal to all Jews, and the reason for the accusation. The Gospel in the parable of the Samaritan we read that the priest and servant of the temple they passed a lying man. They did not want to not be defiled. touching a dog was revulsion. Any good teacher would not have done anything like that. Jesus did not lead to specifically allegations against himself.

Supper of the Lord-page 158

In the book of Ames. We read that wherever Jesus is invited there is no washing of feet. This custom was observed, Jesus has resented to Simon a Pharisee who invited him, and did not give him water to wash feet. At the last supper Jesus washed the feet of his disciples, because none of the disciples did not want to humiliate. Legs to supper washed servant.

Tables and beds

P. 158
"On the table for steel ... we sat down to the table ... p. 244 at the opposite end of the field I spotted standing in the shade of the table, with a Roman officer. Once seated at the table I looked around. .. On the table it came plenty of food ". approaching the meadows saw numerous brought there tables. "

the Bible says about the tables, but in the sense of food, for example, "we sit to the table" mean we are eatting a dinner. The Ames book talks about the wooden tables, and carpenters.

In Israel there was no tables. the food was on the floor, there were chairs so they sat on the floor. The author is a complete ' noob '. There were no beds, They put on the floor mats.

P. 243 "he introduced me to the House and showed the bed"
Page 140 "has brought us to the large room, in which corner has become a bed. On the bed lay her father based on a stack of pillows "

The priests

The young man wanted to become a priest, but could not because of the father, because he wants to get married and took his holding.
P. 127
"I wanted to become a priest, but my father does not want to allow this. Says that I head in the clouds, and I should have more interest in the Foundation of the family, and his interests "

This is good for the history of the 20th century and it is in the Catholic Church where the priest shall be and you have to leave the idea of marriage and business. You see in Israel a priest could not have been, you have to be born in the tribe of Levi. And when someone was born, could not perform the function of keeping his priest all the time He could serve in the temple only two weeks a year, twice a week. Since David is divided into serving in the temple on 24 changes according to the families. And each change was one week. After that, the priest returned to the House and he was holding his or his father's business. The priests have wives and children, the story we have about Zechariah the father of John the Baptist. He served in the temple according to your changes. Then he returned home to his wife Elizabeth. So suggest celibacy and full service in the Temple of which says a young man it's not history from the time of Jesus.

P. 286
"Is there a synagogue? No, we go to the Temple in the nearby town, two hours away from here "

And the priests themselves in the synagogue called it Temple, well, the truth is that no synagogue there was a temple, it is the modern name of Catholic churches. The temple was the only one in Jerusalem. The synagogue is a House of prayer, a place of Assembly, there was no need to be a priest to be superior to the synagogue.


P. 256, "why they call you Lord, are you someone special" p. 296 "Then Rebekah asked Peter. Why do you call him Lord? Because Jesus is our Lord and Master. Jesus is the Lord of our hearts and souls. Calling it the Lord is honour for us "


Well, today the word "Lord" is for Catholic with the Lord or ruler God. But then it was the normal term that said nothing about the Divinity.

P. 296 "Elder man smiled at me. I looked in his heart that he could recognize me. He fell to his knees, happily shouting "Lord"


This is not the only case in this chapter, it is as if today someone asked: Mr Smith why they say "Sir"? Because this is a refund, such a general saying to everyone.

The bridges

P. 122 "bridge before us ... There is no water because the river dried up. We can lay out under a bridge. "

In Israel, there is only one Jordan River over which never built the bridge. There are no other rivers. so talking about the bridge is absurd. Jesus acted only in Israel

Catholic thinking

P. 181, Jesus tells them to pray to the angels, p. 160, Jesus and the Apostles, pray for the dead. P. 229 "by grief is joy" that is typical for the Catholic monastery


P. 123 "when someone wants to serve God, you would have learned to be humble, even when he feels that comes to do him too much, because someone else is doing enough. This should take in humility and offer to God as a prayer-instructed Peter "


The teaching of Peter is the right, but does not match to Peter. When was Lord's Supper, he did not want to wash the feet of others, neither he nor the other, Jesus did it, you can see they haven't learned anything from Peter and he forgot what he said.

P. 200, "Lord I think of it, that the time spent with you come to an end, and does not want to. I would like to be with you forever, but I know it's impossible, because one day you will leave us "

The Gospel says that Peter does not expect the departure of Jesus, and although Jesus spoke to them about it. Peter pulled Jesus aside and says "this is for you not come" and after the resurrection did not believe that he is alive

16,11 Mar.
(11): but they, when they heard that he is alive and that it was released, they do not believe.

So the story that Peter perfectly understood Jesus ' departure is not reliable. If they believed in the resurrection, they could expect his death

Cities and villages.

1. Jesus goes after the towns and villages which are not namespace /only once mentioned Nazareth/. Jesus is taken with enthusiasm and considered to be the Messiah. The Gospels say that Jesus threatened Israeli cities because they have not adopted it. Those who walked behind him did not believe in his Messiah, until they're all gone. /Jan 6.67/. None of these stories described does not occur in the Gospels.

„Woe unto thee, Chorazin! woe unto thee, Bethsaida! for if the mighty works, which were done in you, had been done in Tyre and Sidon, they would have repented long ago in sackcloth and ashes. And thou, Capernaum, which art exalted unto heaven, shalt be brought down to hell: for if the mighty works, which have been done in thee, had been done in Sodom, it would have remained until this day”

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