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The twelwe apostles

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judíos preguntas respuestas mashiaj hamashiaj fiestas jaguim shabat shabbat rezos plegaria Dios THE TWELVE APOSTLES

(Oh what a complicated lie the new testament weaves, as it practices to

The following brief discussion of several New Testament flaws relating to the
apostles should be of particular import to any who may still consider the New
Testament as anything other than fiction.

Matthew, who was one of the apostles, surely ought to know his own name, and
how he came to be numbered among the chosen Twelve. We have seen already the
conflicting accounts given by him and by Luke and John as to the
"calling"--or volunteering--of Andrew, Peter, James and John. As for himself,
Matthew says modestly: "And as Jesus passed forth from thence [where be had
healed the man with the palsy], he saw a man, named Matthew, sitting at the
receipt of custom; and he saith unto him, Follow me. And he arose, and
followed him" (Matthew 9.9). However, Mark tells us that "as [Jesus] passed
by [after the healing], he saw Levi, the son of Alphaeus sitting at the
receipt of custom," and called him (mark 2.14). And Luke (5.27) corroborates
Mark, as usual contradicting Matthew, even as to his own name.

This little tangle does not end here: Matthew gives a list of the twelve
apostles; among the others he lists "Matthew the publican;" two Simons, one
surnamed Peter, the other the Canaanite (the whole race of Canaanites having
been exterminated by Joshua); two Jameses, the son of Alphieus, and the son
of Zebedee; and one "Lebbaeus, whose surname was Thaddaeus" (Matthew 10.2-4).
Luke omits Lebbaeus, and substitutes a second "Judas, the brother of James,"
besides Judas Iscariot (Luke 6.16). So we do not really know who composed the

As for James, his identity is very confused, as is also that of the second
Judas. Matthew (13.55) and Mark (6.3) say that both James and Judas were sons
of the Virgin Mary and brothers of Jesus; and Paul affirms that James was
"the Lord's brother" (Gal. 1.19). But later both Matthew (27.56) and Mark
(15.40) contradict themselves and say that this James was the son of some
other Mary. If James and Jesus were sons of the Virgin Mary, their father was
of course Joseph the carpenter; but Matthew (10.3) and Mark (3.18) say that
James and Judas were the sons of Alphaeus. If they were the sons of Alphaeus,
they were brothers of Matthew, alias Levi, the publican; for Mark declares
(2.14) that Levi was the son of Alphaeus. Judas, according to Luke (6.16),
was "the brother of James;" the Revised Version says: "Judas, the son of
James." James is not once mentioned in the gospel of his brother John.

Again, Matthew and John, as we have seen, represent the Twelve picked up,
one, two, or four at a time, at various times and places; but Mark and Luke
say that they were all chosen together at one and the same time, from a large
number of disciples: Jesus "went out into a mountain to pray, and continued
all night in prayer. And when it was day, he called unto him his disciples:
and of them he chose twelve, whom also he named apostles" (Luke 6.12-13; Mark
3.13-14); and then follows the list of names we have just seen to differ from
the other two lists. So the whole matter of the apostles is left a puzzle,
except in one point, the personal character of these sainted gospel

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