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Was Jesus Gay?

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This work is Part 1 of an abbreviated, condensed study of how the New Testament scribes, who wrote the Gospels, suggested that Jesus was a homosexual.

The entire work, that presents all suggestions of Jesus' homosexuality, will be presented only to those who sign up to be my students.

In Part 2 of "Was Jesus A Homosexual?" there will be even more shocking suggestions of Jesus being a homosexual that were made by the Gospel writers.

In the section below on John 13:4-5, I will present the first round of scriptures which prove that evil, sinister scribes of the New Testament Gospels suggested that our Messiah was a homosexual.

Keep in mind that I will be using the King James version of the bible in this study.

The King James Verison has been around since the year 1611. It has been the main bible used by English speaking people for the last 400 years.

However, over the last 50 years, there has been an explosion of different translations of the bible!

Many of the translators of these new versions of the bible are removing or re-writing the homosexual references and other things they donít want people to know.

They want scriptures to read the way they want them to instead of how they were originally written.

Even so, in these new bibles, you can still see the homosexual hints attributed to Jesus but, in most versions, not as clearly as in the King James.

Because of this, donít be surprised when you tell people some of these verses and they tell you that those scriptures don't read the same as they do in the different versions of the bible they use.

It will do you good to research how these verses are translated in versions other than the King James so you will better understand how to present and explain what the Gospel scribes have done.

Now, let's take a look at some of the places where the New Testament scribes suggested that Jesus was a homosexual.
JOHN 13:4-5

John chapter 13 describes the events of the Passover dinner when Jesus washed his disciples feet.

In verse 4-5, it states:

4. "He riseth from supper, and laid aside his garments; and took a towel, and girded himself."

5. "After that he poureth water into a basin, and began to wash the disciplesí feet, and to wipe them with the towel wherewith he was girded."

The average Christian would not see anything wrong with these verses. To them Jesus was simply demonstrating an act of humility by washing his disciplesí feet.

But, what most of them wonít see is that when scriptures said that our Messiah "laid aside his garments," it meant that he took off his clothes! And, without making a distinction, this suggests that he took off his clothes in front of his disciples, as if while they watched.

If this was the case, it was an improper thing for a man to do before other men, especially a holy man before his disciples. The reason why is because it disrespects the brotherhood and shows a lack of judgement and consideration on the Messiahís part.

Also, when John 13:4 says that he "took a towel, and girded himself," this suggests that the rest of his body was left uncovered or naked.

Now, let me bring your attention to when John 13:4-5 said that after Jesus undressed, before his disciples, "he poureth water into a basin, and began to wash the disciplesí feet."

Just think. A "basin" is really not that big. One person can easily carry it. And, a man does not have to take off his clothes to fill it up with water and wash peoples' feet no more than the people who got their feet washed did not take off their clothes for it to be done!

The writers of the Gospels want us to believe that our Messiah took his clothes and got naked before other men, to fill up a basin with water, so he could wash their feet. But, common sense should tell you that it was not necessary at all for him to take off his clothes to do this!

Where are the scribes taking us after telling us this unlikelihood?

Let's see.

Verse 5 tells us that after he finished washing their feet, he wiped them dry "with the towel wherewith he was girded."

Now, since our Messiah wrapped the towel around his waist, which covered his sexual organs, then to use that towel to dry his disciplesí feet suggests that he was so naked before them that they could see his sexual organs!

Thereís something wrong with this picture.

I wonder what was on the Messiahís mind when he ended up completely naked with his disciples able to see his penis and testicles?

I wonder what his disciples thought when he ended up naked with his sexual organs before their eyes, while they were fully clothed, as he was drying their feet.

I wonder what he thought they were thinking when they saw him naked with his penis before them?

I wonder if the thoughts of Jesus having a small or large penis came across the minds of any of his disciples when they saw it?

Regardless, letís read on so we can see where this story goes.

JOHN 13:12, 15

12. "So after he had washed their feet, and had taken his garments, and was set back down again, he said unto them, Know ye what I have done to you?

15. "For I have given you an example, that ye should do as I have done to you."

Based on this order he gave to his disciples, they knew that they would have to take turns getting naked before each other and wash each otherís feet, with their penises in plain view, like Jesus did.

I am certain, that the disciples with small penises wished that the other disciples did not have to see how small their penises were.

All this does not sound right even to most Christians. This is why when they perform this rite today, many of them choose to disobey Jesusí order and leave their clothes on!

Men taking off their clothes before each other is also wrong in the eyes of YAHWEH!

In Genesis 3:21, it states:

"Unto Adam also and to his wife did YAHWEH make coats of skins, and clothed them."

From that point on, YAHWEH intended for Adam, Eve, and all their descendants to be dressed before each other, at all times, except when they were intimate with their mates.

Also, since Jesus is said to be of the high priest order (Hebrews 8:1, which states: "...we have such a high priest, who is set on the right hand of the throne of the Majesty in the heavens..."), he was to be very careful for his nakedness not to be seen.

The reason why is because of YAHWEHís laws concerning the nakedness of the high priests found in Exodus 20:25-26. In these verses, it states:

25. "And if thou wilt make me an altar of stone, thou shalt not build it of hewn stone: for if thou lift up thy tool upon it, thou hast polluted it.

26. "Neither shalt thou go up by steps unto mine altar, that thy NAKEDNESS be not discovered [seen] thereon."

Judging by these scriptures, we see that it is improper, in YAHWEHís eyes, for men to do anything of a religious nature whereby their nakedness is seen.

Now consider what the scribes wrote that our Messiah said in John 8:28-29:

28. "as my Father hath taught me, I speak those things"

29. "for I do always those things that please him."

Well, for someone to write that our Messiah opposed YAHWEHís clothing laws by taking off his clothes before other men and ordering his disciples to do the same, has to be a lie against our Messiah!

The reason why is because, he would have known that YAHWEH did not teach him or anyone else to do so, and it would not have pleased YAHWEH for him to go against His Old Testament laws based on John 8:28-29 above!

Now, the question arises:

What has all this to do with the Gospel scribes suggesting that Jesus was a homosexual?

To find out, just keep reading.
JOHN 13:23-25

23. "Now there was leaning on Jesusí bosom one of his disciples, whom Jesus loved."

24. "Simon Peter therefore beckoned to him, that he should ask who it should be of whom he spake."

25. "He then lying on Jesus breast saith unto him, Lord, who is it?"

Take a close look at these verses. In them, you see an act between men which is improper and unnatural!

Please consider YAHWEHís laws against homosexuality in Leviticus 20:13. It says:

"13. If a man also lie with mankind as he lieth with a woman, both of them have committed an abomination: they shall surely be put to death; their blood shall be upon them."

Now, consider Micah 7:5, which says:

"...keep the doors of thy mouth from her that lieth in thy bosom."

And, judging by this verse, only a woman is allowed to lie in a manís bosom and not another man!

Now, what have we here?

The New Testament scribes are portraying our Messiah as violating YAHWEH in this matter!

How, you may ask?

By allowing one of his male disciples to lie in his bosom which is only to be done with a woman!

Now, this is sin and evil!

What about the words attributed to our Messiah in John 8:28-29 when he said:

"... as my Father hath taught me, I speak those things," and "I do always those things that please him"?

How in the world does he allowing a man to lie in his bosom please YAHWEH?

It does not please YAHWEH it displeases Him!

Now, letís do a verse-by-verse break down of John 13:23-25.

23. "Now there was LEANING on Jesusí bosom on of his disciples, whom Jesus loved."

According to verse 23, one of the disciples was "leaning" on the "bosom" of Jesus. The word "leaning" suggest that the disciple was in some kind of upright position. The word "bosom" means the chest or breast of Jesus.

If a disciple was "leaning" on Jesusí "bosom," chest, or breast, the only way this can happen is if he was in between Jesusí arms!

Now, let us use our imagination to visualize the most likely positions this verse suggest Jesus was in with his disciple:

1. Visualize both of them standing with one man "LEANING" on the otherís chest while between his arms.

Does this seem right to you?

2. Visualize one man sitting in a chair, with the other man sitting on his lap and "LEANING" on his chest while between his arms.

Does this seem right to you?

3. Visualize both men sitting on a flat surface, like a floor or bed, with one of them sitting on the other manís lap or between the otherís legs and "LEANING" on the otherís chest while between his arms.

Does this seem right to you?

4. Visualize one man sitting in a chair with the other man standing between his legs and "LEANING" on his chest while in between his arms.

Does this seem right to you?

Hey, it most certainly should not seem right to you!

The reason why is because this example results in the manís sexual organs (who is "LEANING" on Jesus chest while standing between his legs) being only inches away from Jesus' mouth if Jesus is sitting in a chair!

Regardless, how a person interprets this verse about the disciple "leaning" on Jesus' chest, the fact remains that this is an intimate encounter weíre seeing here!

Now consider that John 13:23-25 also make the following suggestions:

1. the man who was intimate with Jesus was a homosexual playing the role of a woman

2. that Jesus was a homosexual who was acting like his male lover was a woman

3. that both Jesus and his disciple were homosexuals who often had oral and anal sex with each other

4. that the other disciples of Jesus were accustomed to them having homosexual relations while they watched because they did not react, at all, as if it was normal for them to see Jesus' and his lover behaving in a homosexual way

5. at least one or more of the other disciples had to wonder which one of them would be the next one Jesus would want to perform oral sex on or penetrate anally

6. that Jesus and all of the disciples were a bunch of sick men!

These suggestions are totally unnatural!

This is evil!

This is perverted!

YAHWEH is against homosexuality! He destroyed Sodom and Gomorrah because of it!

(Read Genesis chapter 18 and 19)

And, now, what have we here?

What we have here are fraudulent sections of the Christian New Testament Gospels, written by demonic scribes, that portray our Messiah as a homosexual who had a man being intimate with him in a way that only a woman should do!

We saw, above, that Jesus got naked with his disciples to the point that his penis and testicles could be seen by them.

And, now we see, that, afterward, he allowed one of them "leaning," intimately, between his arms, upon his chest.

Normally, when this happens between two people, the one with the person "leaning" upon his chest, between his arms, usually has at least one of his arms around that person!

Now, letís break down the following verses and see the suggestions they make!

24. "Simon Peter therefore beckoned to him, that he should ask who it should be of whom he spake."

Here in verse 24 of John chapter 13, we see where Simon Peter signaled to the disciple "leaning" between Jesusí arms, upon his chest, for him to find out who Jesus was talking about.

Now, what does this suggest?

Simon Peter must have felt that this disciple had a greater power, than he did, at finding out who Jesus was talking about or he would have asked Jesus himself.

So, he signaled to the disciple who was between Jesus arms, to find out who Jesus was talking about. This suggests that this person had a strange power over Jesus like a woman does with a man who is in love with her.

Or was the power like that which a feminine male homosexual has over a masculine male homosexual that is in love with him?

Regardless, it was sick and demented!

Consider the next verse of John 13:

25. "He then LYING on Jesus breast saith unto him, Lord, who is it?"

We saw, in verse 23, that the disciple was "leaning" upright on Jesus' chest. Now, in verse 25, it says that he was "lying" on his breast.

This suggests that the intimacy involved became even more intimate!

This also suggests that after Simon Peter signaled him to find out who Jesus was talking about, the disciple started seducing Jesus, like a woman does a man who she wants something from, and he ended up lying on top of him as if for sex!

Finally, this also suggests that the disciples were watching while the man was seducing Jesus!

All this proves that I am correct when I say that the Gospels suggest that Jesus was a homosexual!

Our Messiah could not have been a homosexual!

He never would have desire having oral and anal sex with a man.

Neither could he have been so twisted, in the mind, that he fell in love with another man like he would have done with a woman.

In Part 2 of "Was Jesus A Homosexual?" there will be even more "shocking" suggestions of Jesus being a homosexual made by the Gospel writers.
Part Two
1: to mislead the mind or judgment of
2: to cause to believe what is untrue

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Added: Jun-21-2008 
By: nechione
Tags: Gay, Church, God, Jesus, Evil, Esus, Prophet, Yahweh, Conspiracy
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