The Holy Bible
The bible is not the oldest of all known books. Before Abraham heard the voice of the one true God, in Sumeria there were many read here
demonic, pagan religions and traditions which were carved into stone tablets, and walls, by their followers. And they spread throughout the world through different cultures. Who renamed these pagan God and Goddesses, and made them their own.
The bible though is the only book that documented Gods laws (the only God), and his message to all people. Scientists, archaeologists, and historians all agree that the bible is the most accurate historical book that has ever been written. It is not a book that is based upon mythological figures, or fairytales.
There is textual evidence that is proof. The bible and science are not enemies, they blend perfectly. Isaac Newton (credited with discovering the Law of Gravity, the three laws of universial motion, and his refinement of calculus into a comprehensive branch of mathematics) believed the bible to authenticate itself better than any other historical record ever written.
the bible stated that the earth is hanging "upon nothing." (Job 26:7) 3500 years ago..
Jesus Christ wasn't, and is not, a mythological figure. Thousands of people witnessed his miracles, and other notable historical events. Many people have witnessed the hand of God; people witnessed Jesus walking on water, saw him turn water to wine, saw him feeding 5000 people, saw him calming a storm, and also raising Lazarus from the dead. These are all documented historical facts. Documented by such historians as Flavius Josephus and Cornelius Tacitus. Jesus Christ's holy appearance was described in a letter written by Pontius Pilate to Caesar. Mesopotamia ("Land between the rivers") is a toponym for the area of the Tigris-Euphrates river system, largely corresponding to modern-day Iraq, as well as some parts of northeastern Syria, southeastern Turkey, and southwestern Iran. Widely considered to be the cradle of civilization, the cradle of all pagan religions, the Bronze Age Mesopotamia included Sumer and the Akkadian, Babylonian and Assyrian empires. All the (pagan) religions from different cultures in this world can be traced back to old Babylon, Mesopotamia. That's why so many cultures share similar stories in their 'holy' books. In the times of Mesopotamia the people worshipped more than 800 various gods and goddesses.
The fallen angels (demons) came down to earth and were called the Anunnaki by the Sumerians who lived in Mesopotamia and were the earliest known inhabitants of Mesopotamia. The history of Mesopotamia began with the civilization of the Sumerians. The Mesopotamian region was conquered many times by other genetically related tribes after that, who all renamed the gods and goddesses the Sumerians had. Every demon-god after the Sumerians are only renamed (Sumerian Enki was renamed into Ea in the Babylonian mythology, the Sumerian Inanna was renamed Ishtar), the principles stayed the same in all the demon-religions, including their traditions.
Sumer would later become Babylon. The city Babylon was the capital of ancient Babylonia. Babylonia means 'confused'; confusion caused by godlessness, as well as 'Gate of the Gods' in Akkadian. The Babylonians worshipped the demon-god Tammuz who was believed to be the son of the sun-god demon Baal (the god of fire). As we know, Lucifer was thrown out of Heaven and became fire. As the human was made from dirt, Satan was made from fire (Ezekiel 28:18) 'Thou hast defiled thy sanctuaries by the multitude of thine iniquities, by the iniquity of thy traffick; therefore will I bring forth a fire from the midst of thee, it shall devour thee, and I will bring thee to ashes upon the earth in the sight of all them that behold thee'.
The Sumerians (all written down by the Sumerians) were helped by an advanced race of beings from the stars as they had knowledge of a highly advanced technology we don't even have today. These were none other than the fallen angels (Sumerian clay tablets show images of helicopters, spaceships and submarines).
Let's not forget that Lucifer was called the morning star. He was the most intelligent and beautiful of all of God's Angels. He was the highest, and the chosen, angel who guarded the throne of God (see Ezekiel 28:12-13).
The fallen angels were considered gods by the Sumerians and named Enki (Ptah, also named "Lord of the Earth"), Anu (father of Enki and Enlil), Marduk, Inanna, Tammuz, Nanna and so forth. Sumerians speak of those who came from Heaven. But it is better to say; those who were casted down from Heaven.
God however warned us to not be mislead, and even explicitly mentions 'miracles from the sky' (Luke 10:18 And he said unto them, I beheld Satan as lightning fall from heaven).
In Arabia, the sun was considered female and the moon male. Names and symbols might change here and there, but the principles remain the same. If you take all religions and mythologies in the world, you'll find that all of them resemble each other. This is the great confusion. In the Rig Veda which is most fundamental to (India), Indra is a sky and a war god who holds the earth and the heavens apart. According to Vedic literature he had a lightning bolt (Luke 10:18) as his weapon. In other cultures he is renamed Zeus, Jupiter and Thor (Donar). The most heard excuse to follow these old religions is that they were written down before the Bible was. But we know, that because of all this huge demonic manifestation on earth, God talked to Abraham in Sumerian many times to get his people out of there:
It was in this time, amidst polytheism, that Abraham heard the voice of the one true God who said to him; Genesis 12:1 Get thee out of thy country, and from thy kindred, and from thy father's house, unto a land that I will shew thee
Ezekiel 8:13-15 Again, he said, "You will see them doing things that are even more detestable." Then he brought me to the entrance to the north gate of the house of the LORD, and I saw women sitting there, mourning for Tammuz. He said to me,
"Do you see this, son of man? You will see things that are even more detestable than this."
Old Testament and New Testament make one and the same Bible
Some claim the God from the Old Testament contradicts with the God in the New Testament, as if they are two different Gods. This is not so. Jesus Christ (New Testament) often referred/quoted scriptures from the Old Testament (Matthew 15:3-7, 4:1-11, 19:4-5, John 7:19, 1:14, 5:46, Luke 20:42, 4:16-30, Isaiah 61:1-2, 1 Kings 17:1, 2 Kings 5:1-14, Mark 12:36, Exodus 20:12; 21:17) and said that the scriptures are words from God.
Criticizers of the New Testament, who believe in the Old and not the New Testament, claim that the words weren't written down by God but by 'non prophets'. God gave the laws to Moses, thus they were written down by Moses, but came from God. Jesus was instructed by God, thus what he has also said also came from God. Jesus told the apostles that they were to write down the scriptures too (John 14:26; 16:12-15) with help of the Holy Spirit. David as well was helped in the Old Testament by the Holy Spirit (Mark 12:36).
False Christians (James 4:4, 'Christians' who are friends with the world) accept Christ's teachings from the New Testament, but reject the teachings from the Old Testament even though they are from the same God. You cannot take from the bible to your liking, whatever pleases you (Galatians 5:17). The bible is one holy book, not two as some would like.
Jesus Christ said in John 5:45-47: Do not think that I will accuse you to the Father. There is one who accuses you: Moses, on whom you have set your hope. For if you believed Moses, you would believe me; for he wrote of me. But if you do not believe his writings, how will you believe my words?"
All Old and New Testament prophecies must be fulfilled (Luke 24:44) and will be fulfilled as God has promised (Luke 18:31). Jesus repeatedly confirmed God's word through Moses and the sins he condemned were those same ones.