Scientific Proof of God, A New and Modern Bible, and Coexisting Relations of God and the Universe

Monday, January 09, 2012

The Beginning of Christianity and the Last Real Christian Church

I say that Christianity began in Greece with the thoughts of Anaxagoras (500-.428 B.C.).(click)  He spoke of God as the 'all-containing One' and spoke of God's creation as 'each thing in each thing.'  Since the God of Anaxagoras is active, the God of the Old Testament was being challenged.

At this time, the eastern people of  Mediterranean Sea were fighting against oligarchism and slavery. To help them, Plato (427-347 B.C.) produced many dialogues. The Parmenides and Timaeus dialogues confirmed the God of Anaxagoras.  And Plato's political dialogues guided the thoughts of  Alexander the Great, who freed these eastern people from oligarchism.(click). So the God of Anaxagoras was ready to become the God of all people.

I conclude that Jesus was teaching the God of Anaxagoras. I also believe that Jesus moved to Greece, some time after age 12, and learned about the God of Anaxagoras from the Neoplatonists. Further, I say that some of the Neoplatonists still exist today in those Eastern Christian churches.

One is the Church of the East, which is associated with Nestorianism.  This church was advanced by Nestorius, Patriarch of Constantinople from 428 – 431.  It emphasizes the disunion between the human and divine natures of Jesus. (Nestorius and his doctrine were condemned at the First Council of Ephesus in 431.)

However, many followers of this Christian church relocated to Persia and became affiliated with the local Christian community there. Today, Persia is Iran, which has a small number of Christians and many Muslims. It seems that these Iranian Christians worship the last true Christian church.

To be continued.

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