I have read the article, and found it a rather interesting piece of literature. I always knew that Mark illustrated the true Yeshua, while other accounts were added on to gain others as members to a faith based movement.
That being said, I do not think that it was a totally business proposition on Paul's end either, becuase it was Paul who requested in the Ible for his followers to stop sending him money, becuase they keep sending him too much.
I feel that Paul set up this new religion, in his attempt as an educated man, to relieve jews, and christians alike from the destruction of Rome....that same destruction that he once threw around as Saul of Taursus. Just like today, many teachers fear Babylon, so they feel the need to give them some of this salvation, to keep them from destroying InI. They feel that if Babylondon get some of this salvation, then perhaps they will see us as brothers and sisters, and spare us.
As history prooves, nothing is further from the truth.
I am at the library now researching legal matters about Mumia, but when I get home, I will reason on this more.
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