The Fate of the Apostles

Published on Apr 24, 2013 by Stormbringer2012

Here is an account of early Christian persecution, as compiled from numerous sources outside the Bible, the most famous of which is Foxes’ Christian Martyrs of the World: Around 34 A.D., one year after the crucifixion of Jesus, Stephen was thrown out of Jerusalem and stoned to death. Approximately 2,000 Christians suffered martyrdom in Jerusalem during this period.
Why is this dramatic, when many throughout history have died martyred deaths for a religious belief? Because people don’t die for a lie. Look at human nature throughout history. No conspiracy can be maintained when life or liberty is at stake. Dying for a belief is one thing, but numerous eyewitnesses dying for a known lie is quite another.

4 thoughts on “The Fate of the Apostles

  1. the Book of Revelation written around 90 AD more or less claims that true believers will be beheaded before and during the so-called end times…now why would folks let themselves be beheaded for a lie or a delusion?

    Of course (atheists might claim), there have events like Jonestown where cult followers drank what they knew to be poisoned drinks for basically no reason, however, these folks mostly felt FORCED to do so, and a few did escape because they knew the cult was BS.

    That’s the difference: followers of Christ WILLINGLY will go to beheadings and the like…and as for persecution (such as what happens to Palestinian Christians in and around Israel by BOTH Jews and Muslims…and even Messianic Jews in Israel), honey we ain’t seen nothin’ yet!

    1. They’ll soon be switching the target from Muslims to Christians with a MAJOR false flag, on the magnitude of 9/11 or beyond (likely far beyond, possibly nuclear).

  2. None of the four gospels were written by the names attributed to them. They do not know who wrote them and who can claim truth to any of them? They don’t even agree on timelines, events and who was who in the Apostle list. They were written long after their deaths, and recopied hundreds of times by people that also didn’t put their names to it.
    Gotta love it.

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