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Do the New Testament writings create confusion?

Mar 17, 2009 02:15 PM
by danielhcaldwell

Anand writes:

"It shows how two followers of Blavatsky had contradictory ideas and
it shows how Blavatsky's writing creates confusion."

Let's look at this contention by Anand by comparing it to Christianity
which Anand is promoting.

For example, the New Testament texts total only several hundred pages
and yet Christians have all sorts of contradictory ideas and notions
about what the Christian scriptures teach or don't tech.

New Christian sects and denominations have even been started because
of different views and interpretations and indeed there are many
apparent contradictions in the New Testament. Some Christians view
certain of these teachings in totally different ways than others.

Scores of examples could be given.

Therefore, using the SAME reasoning Anand tries to use on Blavatsky's
writings, one can cite these contradictions and differences between
Christian followers and conclude therefore that the New Testament
writings create confusion and therefore they are not reliable and one
cannot recommend them.

Therefore one can only wonder why Anand recommends such Christian
writings that create such confusion.



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