Twitter Tales: Dawn of the Dead: The Gospel of Matthew and the Zombie Apocalypse

In this thread, I discuss the other fairy tale found only in the Gospel of Matthew and NO other source (even in the New Testament). As with Matthew’s story of Herod’s “massacre of the innocents”, the story of dead people rising from their graves after the crucifixion is a pious myth invented by the author. See the thread for the reasons why this is undeniable.

10 thoughts on “Twitter Tales: Dawn of the Dead: The Gospel of Matthew and the Zombie Apocalypse

  1. Supporter of Ahmad bin 'Abd-Allah peace and blessings upon him

    @sup babe
    I’m actually interested in what social media platform you on. Are ya on discord?

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    1. Im sorry bro, I’m not on any social media except the ones for which I have to share my number with others to add….I was in other ones but not anymore due to serious reasons

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      1. Supporter of Ahmad bin 'Abd-Allah peace and blessings upon him

        @sup babe
        Oh alright. Understandable. May Allah ensure your healthy mental health and may Allah allow those troubles you’re going through as means of expiation of your sins. Ameen. Also ik this may sound cheesy but I love you, man.

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  2. Vaqas Rehman

    Quick question, how do we deal with the deflection to the moon splitting that many Christians resort to in an attempt to justify this episode and others in Matthew? They basically try to say we’re hypocrites for calling foul in this story of the risen saints while believing in a miracle with (from their perspective) similar or greater issues of attestation.

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    1. Those idiots Daif Christian and Dennis also tried that. But the simple response is that the moon splitting was at night, when it is not expected that thousands of people would have witnessed the event. Most people were probably already asleep. Nevertheless, the Hadiths do indicate that people from other parts of Arabia reported seeing the miracle.

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      1. mr.heathcliff

        “Even IF we assume that the centurion DID report the incident, but that it was simply brushed aside and rejected as a delusion by the Roman authorities, one would think that there would be at least some record of it, even if it was to refute it as a silly myth.”

        “the romans spread the rumour that jesus’ body was stolen and an earthquake caused the tombs to open which caused the bodies to pop out. ” or insert any reason here….

        how difficult was that for matthew to mention?

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      2. mr.heathcliff

        matthew wastes ink and paper telling his readers that dead saints appeared to many in city, he never has jesus riding on a donkey again or appearing to many , he has the 12 go to galilee and “some doubted”

        do you think matthew.created.so much special effects that he doubted what he wrote lol

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    2. mr.heathcliff

      “They basically try to say we’re hypocrites for calling foul in this story of the risen saints while believing in a miracle with (from their perspective) similar or greater issues of attestation.”

      some questions:

      how many times did arabs report eclipses in arabia?

      in 7th century arabia if dead zombies came out of their tombs with naked bodies and roamed the cities , the pagan missionary argument might have some weight.

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