Saul of Tarsus' Homosexuality

Saul of Tarsus was a divorced bisexual Pharisee, a Benjaminite who hadan inferiority complex because he was not a Jew. Today, Jews consider everybodyof the House of Israel whether they are of the Tribe of Judah or not, aJew. However, in the 1st Century AD, after 10 1/2 tribes of Israel hadrefused to return to Israel after released from captivity several hundredyears before, those few people who were of the tribes of Benjamin, Danand Asher were incorporated and assimilated in with the tribe of Judah.As is typical even today, in the 1st Century AD, those not biologicallyof the tribe of Judah were considered second class citizens and would gooverboard to prove that they belonged, were loyal and every bit as worthyas a Jew. This was why the 10 1/2 tribes refused to return to Israel afterrelease from captivity!

In the 1st Century A.D., Saul of Tarsus wrote what today would be consideredas a pornographic love letter to Philemon (see Philemon 1:20 KJV. Darby,YLT versions) saying how much joy in the Lord he, Saul, had when he, Philemonfucked him, Saul.

Philemon 1:20 KJV
20 Yea, brother, let me have joy of thee in the Lord: refresh mybowels in the Lord.

Talk about condemning people for “proselyting people to homosexuality,”Saul of Tarsus was the first to proposition others and even encouragedothers to follow his path. He wasn't bashful in soliciting sex and includingit in his religious writings, he encouraged every body to be even as hewas:

1 Corinthians 7:7-8
  7 For I would that all men were even as I myself. Butevery man hath his proper gift of God, one after this manner, and anotherafter that.

  8 I say therefore to the unmarried and widows, It is good forthem if they abide even as I.


 1 Corinthians  7:25-27

 ¶ 25 Now concerning virgins I have no commandment of theLord yet I give my judgment, as one that hath obtained mercy of the Lordto be faithful.

 ¶ 26 I suppose therefore that this is good for the presentdistress, I say, that it is good for a man so to be [even as I].

 ¶ 27 Art thou bound unto a wife? seek not to be loosed.Art thou loosed from a wife? seek not a wife?


1 Corinthians 10:33
 33 Even as I please all [men] in all [things], not seekingmine own profit, but the [profit] of many, that they may be saved.

For those faced with a dichotomy of blatant contradiction on the partof your Lord and Lord and Savior, a promisuous Saul of Tarsus, who Christsaid was a liar and the true, bonafide and ordained Apostle John said Saulof Tarsus was of Satan and the antichrist, fear not for many of your fellowantichristian Professional Faith Merchants, realizing they were faced withthe same dichotomy, changed the Bible to agree with their antichristiantheology.

Moral of the story: When God or the Bible doesn’t agree with you,rewrite it so they do!

I’m not saying the King James, Darby or YLT versions are necessarilycorrect, just that it seems strange the word “bowels” is used 38 timesin the Bible and each time referring to the “inner guts, the insides” ofman and the earth. Never was it used to mean “heart.” But guess what theProfessional Faith Merchants decided “bowels” meant in Philemon 1:20? Theytranslated this time only to mean “heart.”

In some respects, they could be partially right. If you’re a femaleor even a male and you’ve ever been fucked, your heart does tend to pourout to the other individual. Below is the KJV, Darby and YLT versions:

Before altered by the Professional Faith Merchants, the 21st CenturyAntichrists:

Philemon 1:20 KJV
20 Yea, brother, let me have joy of thee in the Lord: refresh mybowels in the Lord.


Philemon 1:20 Darby
20 Yea, brother, I would have profit of thee in [the] Lord: refreshmy bowels in Christ.

Philemon 1:20 YLT
20 Yes, brother, may I have profit of thee in the Lord; refreshmy bowels in the Lord;

After being bastardized by the Professional Faith Merchants, the 21stCentury Antichrists:

Philemon 1:20 NIV
20 I do wish, brother, that I may have some benefit from you in theLord; refresh my heart in Christ.


Philemon 1:20 NASV
20 Yes, brother, let me benefit from you in the Lord; refresh myheart in Christ.


Philemon 1:20 RSV
20 Yes, brother, I want some benefit from you in the Lord. Refreshmy heart in Christ.

Of recent, some Professional Faith Merchants caught with their handdown someone else’s pants, now say, "The shortest of the Pauline Epistles,theletter to Philemon is private in nature and should never have been includedin scripture.” Sorry, but it’s a little late now. You should have eitherscrutinized the Bible for texts you disagree with or you should be flexibleand utilize the gift and power of the Holy Spirit. One of the few thingsSaul said that was right, was, “One must have the spirit of God to understandthe things of God.”

It remains a earnest question. The original manuscripts of the New Testamentwere conveniently lost in the 3rd Century A.D. while in the possessionof the Catholic Church. From where and how did the authors of the New AmericanStandard Version get their wording? They still claim their bastardizedversion is the “infallible word of God.” So on one hand we have the “infallibleword of God” saying that Saul of Tarsus was wanting Philemon to fuck himand on the other hand, we have the same text again with the spin. “Refreshmy heart...” and still has the audacity to say it is the “infallible wordof God.”

David R.W. Wadsworth
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