Twitter Tales: A False Prophecy in Matthew 16:28 and the Stupid Christian Explanation

Everyone knows there are false prophecies in the Bible, and the New Testament is no different. Here, I deal with one such false prophecy in Matthew 16:28 and also refute one of the most common explanations Christians make to avoid admitting that it is a false prophecy. They appeal to the “Transfiguration”, but I show why that doesn’t work.

One thought on “Twitter Tales: A False Prophecy in Matthew 16:28 and the Stupid Christian Explanation

  1. mr.heathcliff

    wouldnt it be a coming TOWARDS those the some who did not taste death?

    going up a mountain and glowing is not a coming towards those who did not taste death

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