Proof The Last Supper Is An Old Testament Fiction

Proof The Last Supper Is An Old Testament Fiction

The Last Supper didn’t happen

What’s Up Heathens! Today we are discussing the connections between the New Testaments Last Supper and the prophecies of the Old Testament. We also cover Jesus entering the city of Jerusalem and how that never happened as well.

First we must start with the entrance into Jerusalem. Jesus comes in riding upon an ass or two asses, depending on which bible you read, from the east where Mount of Olives is. The entire town comes out to greet him as he enters the city. This is a made up story. Zech. 14:4 LXX models Jesus entering Jerusalem where he will be killed.

The whole city comes out to greet him as he comes from the Mount of Olives to Jerusalem. Jesus has to come this way because of Zech. 14:4 says “And his feet shall stand in that day upon the mount of Olives, which is before Jerusalem on the east…” Mark actually confuses the Judean Geography here by placing the cities of Bethany and Bethphage out of order showing he didn’t actually experience this but merely adopted from oral traditions with only vague geographical knowledge.

Next event we will cover is the Last Supper and how that is a complete forgery. The last supper is important for a couple reasons. For one it replaces the Passover covenant with the New Covenant of Christ and it predicts Judas’ betrayal of Jesus.

Mark goes on to parallel the entry into the city with the last supper. A magical provision of a colt prophesized by Jesus vs the magical provision of a large table for him and his peasant friends. This is obvious parallel because in both instances he asks two disciples to find the prophesized item. The last supper was the Passover meal in Mark, Matthew, and Luke but it’s the meal before Passover in John.

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