Friday, March 30, 2012

How Christianity stole Jewish history and legends and mangled them in sick and unhealthy ways for pure propaganda: Jesus never had a grandmother named Anne or even Hannah, and Leonardo Da Lying Vinci's famous propaganda painting, right of a Nazi playbook, it titled "The Virgin and Child with Saint Anne" and guess who St. Anne is? She is said to be Jesus Fucking Christ's "grandmother"! WTF?

In Protestant tradition it is held that Martin Luther chose to enter religious life as a monk after receiving heavenly aid from St. Anne. Jesus never had a grandmother named Anne or even Hannah; the Church has stolen Jewish history and mangled it for unhealthy and sick propaganda purposes.
http://www.taipeitimes.com/News/world/archives/2012/03/30/2003529087

Saint Anne From Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaJump to: navigation, search This article is about the mother of the Virgin Mary. For other uses, see Saint Anne (disambiguation).
Saint Anne

Greek icon of Saint Anne and Mary, by Angelos Akotantos
Mother of the Virgin, Mystic, Maternal Heroine, Woman of Amram
Born c. 1st century B.C.E.
Honored in Christianity
Islam
Aglipayan Church
Feast July 26 (Western calendar) and July 25 (Eastern calendar)
Attributes Book, door, with Mary, Jesus or Joachim
Patronage carpenters; childless people; equestrians; grandparents; homemakers/housewives; lace makers; lost articles; Fasnia(Tenerife); Mainar; Detroit; miners; mothers; moving house; old-clothes dealers; poverty; pregnancy; seamstresses; stablemen; sterility

Saint Anne (also Ann or Anna, from Hebrew Hannah חַנָּה, meaning "favor" or "grace") of David's house and line [BULLSHIT!], was NOT the mother of the ANY Virgin Mary and NOT THE grandmother of Jesus FUCKING Christ according to FAKE Christian and FAKE Islamic tradition. English Anne is derived from Greek rendering of her Hebrew name Hannah. BULLSHIT. IT IS ALL A  LIE. Mary's mother is not named in the canonical gospels or the Qur'an, and her name and that of her husband Joachim come only from New Testament apocrypha, of which the Protoevangelium of James, written perhaps around 150, seems to be the earliest that mentions them.

Contents [hide]
1 Church tradition
2 Islamic view of Anne
3 Legends
4 Anne in art
5 Patronage
6 Cities
7 Gallery
8 See also
9 Notes
10 References
11 External links


[edit] Church traditionThis false story bears a similarity to that of the birth of Samuel, whose mother Hannah had also been childless. Although Hanna receives little attention in the Western church prior to the late 12th century,[1] dedications to Hanna in the Eastern church occur as early as the 6th century.[2] In the Eastern Orthodox Churches and Eastern Catholic Churches, she is revered as Hanna. In the Eastern Orthodox tradition, Hanna, is ascribed the title Forbear of God, and both the Birth of Mary and the Dedication of Mary to the Temple are celebrated as two of the Twelve Great Feasts. The Dormition of Hanna is also a minor feast in the Eastern Church. In Protestant tradition it is held that Martin Luther chose to enter religious life as a monk after receiving heavenly aid from St. Anne. Jesus never had a grandmother named Anne or even Hannah; the Church has stolen Jewish history and mangled it for unhealthy and sick propaganda purposes.

1 comment:

dan said...

Who were the grandparents of Jesus?

There is no indisputable evidence as to the names of any of Jesus' grandparents.

•According to Matthew, Jesus' grandfather, or adoptive grandfather, on Josephs' side was called Jacob.

•According to Luke, Jesus' grandfather, or adoptive grandfather, on Josephs' side was called Heli.

•There is no biblical record of Jesus' grandparents on Mary's side. A FAUX FAKE Christian tradition is that his maternal grandfather was called Joachim and his grandmother Anne.

•We do not know the name of Jesus' paternal grandmother.

Answer

The parents of Mary, mother of Jesus, have traditionally been called Joachim and Ann, although there is no biblical basis for this tradition. EXACTLY! PURE PROPAGANDA !

Answer
The father of Joseph, (adoptive) father of Jesus is Jacob (Matthew's Gospel) or Heli (Luke's Gospel). His mother is not mentioned.
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Traditionally they have been named Anne and Joachim, the parents of Mary. He only had two natural grandparents since he had only one natural parent.
His earthly grandfather on his father, Joseph's side was Jacob in Matthew 1.16; and Heli in Luke3.23.