Moving on from “I believe in Jesus.”

Moving on from “I believe in Jesus.” to learn about the Prophecies shows the odds: “From being born of a Virgin at the appointed time and place, from the predicted Tribe and House, and dying the way He was prophesied to die, the odds are trillions to one that Jesus was not The Prophesied Messiah.”

Moving on from “I believe in Jesus.” takes us to Bible History.

We learn that Jews were chosen to have, record, and maintain the prophecies. When they came true in Jesus, so many Jewish people joined The Catholic Church that counterfeit scrolls were written to change the prophecies! Justin Martyr’s Dialogue with Trypho shows an amazing number of re-written “Jesus Free Prophecies” in the new, politically correct scrolls.

Then, dedicated Catholic scholars had to find and select the correct scrolls from the many, many forgeries. Their work was complicated by disruptive persecutions that resulted in the 32 Successors to Peter being painfully martyred. Despite the upheavals, St. Jerome and others found and preserved the correct Old Testament prophecies.

Finally, Constantine became emperor. In 313, The Edict of Milan made it legal to be Catholic. During “The Thousand Year Reign” of The Catholic Church over western Christendom, monks in Scriptoriums copied Bibles for the world.

There were no printing presses. Each Bible took twenty men over a year to copy. The cost of sheepherders, sheepskins and associated workers was considerable. In today’s money, the hand-copied Bibles cost up to a couple of hundred thousand dollars!

Moving on from “I believe in Jesus.” takes many to The Only Church He Founded. “Verily, verily I say unto you thou art Peter and on this rock I build My Church and the gates of hell shall not prevail against it. I give you the keys to The Kingdom of Heaven.”