Good day world Ŋutifafa
We here at YAH not Religion has prepared a presentation on the etymology of the word Christianity; and what YAH considers witchcraft. We supplicate all is well with you and your family. Let me just say any scriptures that is provide is based on the content of the whole chapter and book that is used. Please take the time to know the whole matter.
Akpe (Thanks) Deborrah Yaaziyahu
I would like to start off by introducing ourselves and what we are about. It took us years of wrong turns and unbearable pitfalls to get us to this point to share. We have been a victim of religion, and like any victim of Stockholm syndrome, we began to justify why. We challenge you to search and see if you are a victim of religion. Through our research and life experience, we would like to share with you what we have discovered. Let us ask you this, is Christianity Witchcraft? Who in the scriptures are called a Christian? Why would YAH create a religion when he only talks about life (in a general sense)? What do the scriptures have to say about Christianity? Let’s just say any scriptures that are provided are based on the content of the whole chapter and book that is used. Please take the time to know the whole matter.
Now when we hear the word witchcraft, we think of Wicca and Halloween and all things wicked. However, in the scriptures, there are many words that describe witchcraft. I would like to name a few: Divination, witch, familiar, magi(wise men), magician, enchant, bewitch, enslaved, spell, sorcery, and rebellion.
- 1 Samuel 15:22-23 And Samuel said, Has Elohim as great delight in burnt offerings and sacrifices, as in obeying the voice of YAH? Behold, to obey is better than sacrifice, and to hearken than the fat of rams. 23 For rebellion is as the sin of witchcraft, and stubbornness is as iniquity and idolatry. Because thou hast rejected the word of YAH, he has also rejected thee from being king.
As you can see 1 Samuel 15 speaks for itself, witchcraft is to go against YAH.
- Job 34:37-For he adds rebellion unto his sin, he claps his hands among us, and multiplies his words against YAH.
Now that you know what witchcraft is in its clearest form let me explain what the word Christianity means. Do you know the etymology of Christianity? Make no mistake its WITCHCRAFT!
The origin of the word Christian or Christos was planted in your b.i.b.l.e. In the scriptures it was not originally there. The places in your B.i.b.l.e. translation that you see this word is all a lie, but in the scriptures and manuscript, the word does not appear. It is just a little case of mistaken identity a double mistake, one which has been going on for more than nineteen hundred years. It has caused immense confusion and tragedy.
You might say; Well, what difference does it make if they were called disciples, or Chrestians, or Christians? We know what they meant. We know today what a Christian is.
Christian theology has chosen and ruled that the name Christos should be taken as derived from [chrio, chriso], “anointed with scented unguents(ointment) or oil.” But this word has several significance. As stated by the Greek poet Homer (born around 800 BCE), it is
as applied to the rubbing with oil of the body after bathing (Iliad. 23, 186; also, in The Odyssey., 4, 252). (Yes, this means in Greek, you can anoint yourself) The Greeks used both the word Messiah (a transliteration) and Christos (a translation) for YESU, they called
the Hebrew Mashiach (Anointed). The word Christos was far more acceptable to the pagans who were worshiping Chreston and Chrestos.
The word Chrestos occurred way before Christianity’s existence. It is found used, from the fifth century B.C., by Herodotus, by Aeschylus ((pronounced Aiskhulos) who was alive at around 525/524 BC) and other classical Greek writers, the meaning of it being applied to both things and persons.
This is to show that the word Chrestos/christos existed ages before Acts 11:26, Acts 26:28, 1Peter 4:16. As it is recorded that these two books were written around 90 AD (some may argue 70AD), which was about 60 years after Yesu’s (Jesus) death around 30AD).
Look at the online Etymology Dictionary for the word Christian : https://www.etymonline.com/
Christianity religion translations provides the current name “Christian,” but this is not a translation as they present it; but a transliteration. As presented this particular transliteration has no meaning unless one knows the word in its original context. In what Christianity states, its context would mean “a follower of Christos”. “Christos,” in what has been explained in its original Greek meaning, does not fit any of YAH’s instructions when one researches the manuscripts dated before the introduction of the Greek B.i.b.l.e. (way after Yesu’s death). Therefore, it is a conjured up word, with no connection to the YAH’s instructions in the manuscripts dated before the introduction of the Greek B.i.b.l.e.
The translations are generally not correct regardless of their transliteration. The ISBE (International Standard Bible Encyclopedia), one of the Christian Religion standards they refer to for the past 90 years, points out that, in all three Greek B.i.b.l.e. passages, they never corrected Codes (Alef), which reads ‘Chrestian.’ If researched this modification was widely consistent in the 2nd century although presented in error, as were the original tone
The ISBE makes four points.
- Unchanged manuscripts have Chrestian, not Christian.
- Second century historical sources have Chrestian.
- Chrestian, though it was a faulty designation, was probably their original designation.
- The tribes of Israel who were alive during the time of Paul and the 12 disciples never called themselves Christians.
Christianity once it is researched for its true definition, does not mean the following of Yesu. It means the followers of the Sun- g.o.d.. Rome was already a Chresto nation they decide to use the adopted b.i.b.l.e. by inserting their own belief system into it. I supplicate that this was helpful for you, please do your research do not take our word for truth.
MAN IS A LIAR (Psalms 146:3-10)