Why Christianity is not Biblical It might be a shock to some visitors to this site, but Christianity (the belief) is not Biblical; it is just another "religion" one of many. All religions are developed by man and are based upon their own perceived understanding of a divine inspiration, or because some claim to have received a new revelation. Other religions have developed because of a belief in a person, or what they have translated from ancient documents. Man has through the ages developed anthropomorphic concepts in their attempt to fabricate all sorts of visible pagan gods (idols) to represent the unknown god. In early Biblical history so did the Israelites. This concept attaches the attribution of human motivation, characteristics, or behavior to inanimate objects, animals, persons or natural phenomena, all is done to fabricate gods for worship.
These gods (idols) are visible objects to touch, hold, and to pray to. Before Yahweh (God) revealed His existence to the ancient Israelites, these primitive Israelite nomadic tribal people were also involved in idol worship. Today, Christianity still uses the anthropomorphic concept by having developed the Trinity god, consisting of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit (all three-one god). Jesus has been morphed into the visible god-man part, a physical substitute for the infinite Almighty Sovereign Creator Life-force Essence revealed in the Hebrew Bible. In other words, the messenger "Jesus" was fabricated into a visible god (idol) making most of Christianity into a baseless pagan religious system of polytheism. Christianity made an anthropomorphic human concept of God-the-Father (who according to the Bible is incorporeal). This concept is typical of pure paganism. For a belief system to be "Biblical" it must follow the precepts first outlined in the Bible. But which Bible? Today we have two Bibles, one is the Hebrew Bible called the Old Testament "OT", and the other is the Greek Bible called the New Testament "NT." Christianity teaches that the NT is a continuation of the OT, but is it? If the NT is a continuation of the OT, then the principles taught in Christianity, such as who Yahweh "God" is, would be exactly the same as in the OT since Yahweh (God) does not change His nature or character, (Mal. 3:6). However, the Doctrines (principles of belief) in Christianity are proven not to follow the Doctrines in the OT; that being a fact, the NT cannot be a continuation of the OT. Therefore what Christianity understands and teaches from the NT is often false. Christianity teaches many Doctrines that are contrary to those taught in the OT, and to those taught by the prophet Yahshua (Jesus) in the NT. This proves that Christianity is not a continuation of the OT belief, but that the NT which Christianity has developed through Constantine Rome, is an entirely new Religious belief system.
Yahwism (Israelism) is the true original Religious belief of ancient Biblical Israel. Biblical Israel believed Yahwism Yahwism is the belief in, and worship of, the Almighty Sovereign Creator Power, the Life-Force Essence revealed to Ancient Israel in the OT. Yahwism (Israelism) is not a religion; it is a pure monotheistic belief in ONE True Almighty Sovereign as required by this Almighty from the ancient Israelites through inspiration to His anointed prophets. Yahwism is distinct from the polytheism of pagan nations and is NOT Judaism. The name comes from YHWH (Hebrew) Yahweh (English) as the covenant name given to Abraham, Isaac, Jacob/Israel and Moses, (Exodus 3:15-16). Yahweh is the Original Originator of everything existing. His name means He-Is, He-Exists, or Ever-Living. Yahweh is the only name for the Almighty that Yahwists (believers in Yahweh) accept as the personal proper name for the Almighty. Yahwists reject substitute names like God, Jehovah, or Lord since all are false. Yahwists use the Hebrew name Yahshua (not Jesus) as the proper name for the prophet in the Greek writings. Yahshua means “YHWH is Savior” in Hebrew.
For information about Yahwism the correct Biblical belief, please visit : Assembly of Yahweh, Cascade,