Who is the Man of Lawlessness?

Christianity has been mongering the identity of this man for hundreds of years.  In the past few decades their candidates have ranged from Ronald Reagan, Bill Clinton, Prince Charles and not the least of course is Obama and many other notable personages.  What the Christians have failed to understand concerning the ‘man of lawlessness’ is that he leads an apostasy from the Truth not democracy.  He is a man with heretofore unheard of influence within the sphere of Christianity.  He is deep within the psyche of Christianity and his doctrines permeate as well as thoroughly leaven the true gospel of Yahshua the Messiah.

NOTE: Most Bible scholars agree that Paul did not write 2 Thessalonians.

2Thess 2:3   Let no man deceive you by any means: for that day shall not come, except there come a falling away first, and that man of sin be revealed, the son of perdition;

The word ‘sin’ should have been translated as ‘Lawlessness.’  In all of the Greek manuscripts it is the word ‘Anomia’ which strictly means ‘without Law or Lawless.

However the most misleading mistranslation is in the next verse 2 Thess 2:4 Who opposeth and exalteth himself above all that is called God, or that is worshipped; so that he as God sitteth in the temple of God, shewing himself that he is God.

The word Called here is ‘Lego’ and it means ‘To say or to speak.’

So properly this passage should read ‘Who opposeth and exalteth himself above all that God has said, above all that God has spoken,…’

Paul states in Gal 5:1 that the covenant of Sinai was a ‘Yoke of Bondage.’

However God says the Covenant of Sinai was the Marriage Covenant with the House of Israel.  Actually the Ten Commandments are the words of the Covenant.  Just in passing, do you find it plausible that within 2 months after delivering  Israel from the House of Bondage, from Egypt, that YHVH would turn right around and inflict another 1500 years of bondage upon the House of Israel?  Or do you find it plausible that Marriage with YHVH is in fact bondage?

Paul states that the reason Yahshua came was to do away with the Law.

Yahshua said He did not come to destroy the Law or the Prophets.

Yahshua also said ‘His Words would never pass away.’

Solomon said ‘The Law/Torah is a fountain of Life. Pro 13:14

Paul said the Law was death, Rom 7:5

Paul also said that the Law is wrath or performs wrath. Rom 4:15

David said via the Holy Spirit ‘Blessed are the undefiled in the way, who walk in the Law of YHVH.

Pro 29:18 ‘…Happy is he that keeps the Law.’

Suffice that if in nothing else, Paul exalted his doctrine far above all that YHVH said concerning His Law, His Word.  In many places Paul not only contradicts every book and writer from Genesis to John, from James to Revelation, but Paul goes even further than contradiction, in Romans and Galatians Paul blasphemes the Word of YHVH, blasphemes YHVH Himself.  Paul exalts his ‘revelation’ infinitely beyond the teachings of Yahshua, in fact in all the Pauline Epistles Paul never once quotes Yahshua, not one time in all Paul’s writings is there even a reference to anything that Yahshua ever taught.  Paul claims his ‘revelation is above and beyond reproach.  So much so that he curses anyone who teaches anything different from his ‘revvy.’

Now included in those whom Paul has cursed is of course Yahshua the Messiah, Peter, John, James, Matthew, and every apostle of the Lamb, for each and every one taught and proclaimed a vastly different Gospel than did Paul.

The Gospel of the Kingdom is this ‘That God shall reign within you through the inborn word of truth.  Hence, be quick to hear and obey…the inborn word of truth,…’

Read James 1:18-21 slowly…

18 Of his own will begat he us with the word of truth, that we should be a kind of firstfruits of his creatures.

19 Wherefore, my beloved brethren, let every man be swift to hear, slow to speak, slow to wrath:

20 For the wrath of man worketh not the righteousness of God.

21 Wherefore lay apart all filthiness and superfluity of naughtiness, and receive with meekness the implanted word, which is able to save your souls.

Notice that it is the ‘Implanted Word of Truth’ that is able to save your soul.

Contrast this with all the cheap and free salvation tripe from the Pauline hotline.

Now then Paul is the clear frontrunner for the ‘man of lawlessness.’  There is no one else that even comes close through out the past 2000 years.

Christianity through Paul has so muddled and polluted the true gospel of the ‘Reign of YHVH’ (or as phrased in the English Bibles ‘The Kingdom of God,’)  That it has become unrecognizable.  Christians has sent their versions of the Bible through out the world, however in most of them, the bibles that is, there is only the what they term the New Testament, new disciples are made to disparage the Words of Yahshua in favor of Paul.

Indeed at this time Yahshua’s Word is actually considered superfluous.  Imagine that!

6 comments

  • I think you pretty much hit the nail on the head there Shaun. Paul is just a crutch, an excuse for flagrant disobedience. Compromising the invaluable Word of Truth which requires action, i.e. obedience, compromising and selling out the Savior for another murderer. Do you think anyone has paid attention to the Barabbas scenario?

  • I so agree with you. Have you read questioningpaul.com ? Very thorough treatment of Paul’s words in Greek.

    • I’ll check the site out thanks. If you want some really awesome articles concerning Paul check out http://www.jesuswordsonly.com

    • As Texe Marrs shows in ‘Codex Magica’, one of the Illuminati’s favourite forms of sorcery is to more or less reveal what they plan to do, and then go and do it. They believe that this puts the public in a sort of trance, rendering them all but helpless. They also believe that it absolves them (the Illuminati) from any blame.

      Paul used this technique to the hilt in 2 Thess 2:7-12, so let’s analyse this passage phrase by phrase.

      “(2:7) For the mystery of lawlessness is already at work”

      This was Paul’s plan to subvert The Way from within, which previously he’d kept to himself. There’s nothing overtly against the law in his first epistle, which is 1 Thessalonians.

      “only He who now restrains will do so until He is taken out of the way.”

      Paul was referring to Barnabas, whom the apostles had sent to keep Paul on track. When Paul had his famous bust-up over Mark, he engineered it to get rid of Barnabas. This allowed him to preach his own version of the gospel, without any oversight from the apostles or their representatives.

      “(2:8) And then the lawless one will be revealed”

      With Barnabas gone, Paul was finally able to preach his gospel of lawlessness.

      “whom the Lord will consume with the breath of His mouth and destroy with the brightness of His coming.”

      Who knows what was going through Paul’s mind as he wrote this? If he expects to receive a pat on the back for his efforts, he will be very mistaken.

      “(2:9) The coming of the lawless one is according to the working of Satan, with all power, signs, and lying wonders”

      Paul based much of his ministry on signs and wonders. This includes his ability to curse people and send them blind (Acts 13:11), and to impart spiritual power to objects which is sorcery (Acts 19:11). Notice that there’s no record of him reversing the blindness of the man whom he cursed; for all we know he remained that way for the rest of his life. What a creep.

      “(2:10) and with all unrighteous deception among those who perish, because they did not receive the love of the truth, that they might be saved.”

      The church is terribly deceived about Paul, and because of her love of lawlessness, she is destined to perish during the Great Tribulation (Rev 7:14). Notice how strongly Paulians resist the truth (even here), where that truth is presented so that ‘they might be saved.’

      “(2:11) And for this reason God will send them strong delusion, that they should believe the lie”

      The delusion is that Paul was a holy man whose doctrines were perfect. As for ‘the lie’, this is that grace overturns the law, the law is a curse, the law was nailed to the cross, ad nauseum.

      “(2:12) that they all may be condemned who did not believe the truth but had pleasure in unrighteousness.”

      This is God’s way of testing the church, just as He tested Adam and Eve. Paul brought us a choice, which was to trust and obey Yeshua (who said the law is important), or to trust and obey Paul (who said the law is irrelevant). The problem is not Paul; it’s the individuals who prefer his gospel because it gives them licence to sin, and still imagine they are saved.

      Finally, I’m surprised to hear that some scholars doubt the authenticity of 2 Thessalonians. In verse 3:17 he says “The salutation of Paul with my own hand, which is a sign in every epistle; so I write.” This seems pretty clear cut to me, not to mention his self-confession of being the man of lawlessness, plus the thoroughly Pauline doctrines and style.

      Shaun

      • Wow, Shaun that was great thank you.

      • Thanks Mishayah!

        In Romans 7:13-24, Paul came right out and confessed to being a man of sin. In the rest of his epistles plus Acts, we find numerous examples of him breaking virtually all his commandments, and being mean to other people for trivial reasons. How obvious does it have to be? Yet the church remains mesmerised by this hypocrite.

        In 1 Timothy 1:20 he even confessed to murdering two people, taking the high moral ground as if this was a good thing to do! Then in 1 Cor 11:1 he exhorted us to “imitate him” (i.e. be just as wicked and conniving as he was), and promptly blasphemed Yeshua by saying that he “imitated Christ”. Sorry Paul, but you are about as far removed from Christ as one can get.

        The more that people stick up for Paul, the more they prove that they are just as foolish as Eve, and just as rebellious as Adam. (The serpent was a smooth talker as well). But as those two discovered to their horror, fools and rebels will NOT enter the Kingdom. Grace does not justify wilful sin.

        As I’ve said before, it’s not about Paul, it’s about one’s REACTION to Paul’s incitements to lawlessness. So dear Paulian, are you going to keep using him as a crutch to disobey God? Or is the truth finally seeping in, that you really should obey the commandments, instead of paying just lip service?

        Shaun

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