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.
4 thoughts on “Twitter Tales: A False Prophecy in Matthew 16:28 and the Stupid Christian Explanation”
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
It seems you are just taking some tweet from a false Christian (one who adheres a threeheaded god) instead of looking at the true Bible sayings, where there is only place for One True God, Allah, the Elohim Hashem Jehovah, Who is One and not two or three and no incarnation at all.
In that Book of books Jesus is the mentioned prophet from Nazareth who came to declare God and who explained several previous sayings from Scripture as well some prophesies from the past.
Please have a look at them, before coming to say that they would be wrong or false.
It doesn’t change anything dear
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