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Jesus Christ was not born of a virgin.

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Submitted by João Paulo Fernandes Pontes (Brazil), Jun 18, 2009 at 00:42

In truth, Jesus Christ was not born of a virgin, and he was begotten by Joseph.

The true followers of Jesus Christ were (and are) the Ebionites, and not the Catholics.

The old Catholic writers, called "Church Fathers" wrote that in their time (the first centuries of the Christian Era) there were the Ebionites, that were followers of Jesus Christ that did not believe in Paul of Tarsus, and said that it is necessary to obey all the commandments of the Law of God (Torah), and did not believe in the aleged divinity of Jesus Christ, and did not believe in the alleged virgin birth of Jesus Christ.

According to the writings of the Church Fathers, the bible of the Ebionites was composed only by the Tanach (Old Testament) and by only one gospel written in Hebrew, that was considered as being the Gospel according to Matthew, but was smaller than the Gospel according to Matthew that is used by the Catholics (and by the Protestants, or Evangelicals).

For more details about this, see this website: www.servosdejave.org.br .

God bless you.

João Paulo Fernandes Pontes.


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