Who is Jehovah/Yahweh?
Christians should all honestly and thoroughly investigate the contradictions between the Old and New Testaments in terms of the descriptions of God.
The God of the New Testament is described as a God of love, mercy and peace.
The god of the Old Testament is described as jealous, vengeful god, a war-monger. He said "Thou shalt not kill", then proceeded to help the Israelites to brutally kill tens of thousands of Arabs in order to take their land.
Can the two Testaments possibly be talking about the same thing?
The 'god" of the Old Testament was actually a tribe of renegade space cannibals, with a leader named "Yahweh", who was the commander of a UFO spacecraft ("pillar of fire", "pillar of cloud", etc.) and a geneticist who cloned Adam and Eve from himself and put them on this planet which was already inhabited at that time, And the "first born sons" of the Israelites became road dinner for the "Jehovahs".
All of this may sound UN-believable to most Christians. But try reading the Old Testament with these things in mind. For example, read the part about one of the Old Testament characters, Jacob, I think, wrestling with god, and winning!
Also, notice that the god of the Old Testament is often referred to in the plural. (Use the King James Version). Some later versions are per-versions.)
See also the book The Lost Tribes From Outer Space, by Marc Dem and The Twelfth Planet, by Zecharia Sitchin.
- Robert E. McElwaine (USA), New Dawn Magazine, July 2001.
Virgil Armstrong calls Jehovah/Yahweh "head of the Lesser Gods".