POLITICS of the day. . .
While it remains a historical fact that most mythological “origins” stories are not to be viewed as compatible
with anything. . .
It must be also understood that ‘Jesus of Nazareth' wasn't Christian. . .
It’s also a historical fact that Christianity’s a cult that was born some two hundred and fifty yrs. before the
appointment of ‘Pontius Pilate’ as the new governor of Judea. . .
It should be understood that the Synagogues while having made something of a precarious peace with the newly appointed governor
had no interest in the doings of the newly anointed self-styled “meshuganda”. . .
It's also understood the Synagogues having consolidated a somewhat precarious peace at the time with the new governor ‘Pilate’
harried no incentive in asking for Barabbas ("Barabbas” being an anarchist) or any other motivation which might've involved
them in the anarchy of the radically motivated Christians. . .
It therefore must be knowledgeably understood that ‘Christians’ were the only ones whom may’ve had an incentive
in asking for Barabbas thus furthering their cause of civil disobedience or disruption. . .
While it’s to be unequivocally understood that the Christians were the only ones who may’ve had the incentive
or motivation for the tempting of Christ or the “Everlasting Son of Bethlehem”. . .
While the church has historically excused itself from being a participant of the haphazardous schemes or habitual crimes of
political motivation from the beginning of time immortal. The true teachings of Jesus or the Buddha or Mohammed, etc. have
always been more formally represented in an existence of Universal citizenry, or the thoughtful forgiveness of a Universal
cosmos . . .
While it's not “authentication” that distracts from the existence of a messiah (Jesus, or Mohammed, or the Buddha,
etc.) but rather an insistence of the exactness of affinite form which belies the preservation of its wisdom or the perspectives
of an infinite well-being. . .
As it had never occurred to anyone in those days that the whole style of questioning or the directive of its logic was rather
demeaning of a self-loathing or humanistic understanding that it’s only God's omniscient oneness "that only 'God' should
know what God has to know" which consumes the cosmic infinities of all things that understand “Christ or Jesus”
or ‘m-e-e-n’ and “meening” to be two separate words of constructive reasoning or the same logic of
an infinitesimal infinity. . .