Killing For Jesus
300 Years After Jesus Christ, European Scribes Argued Amongst Themselves On Whether Jesus was a Prophet or a God. Surrounded by Roman Statues of man gods, the Athanasius and the Arius Disputed Jesus’ manhood.
The Nicene Council of 325 AD Chose the Athanasius’ Falsehood that Jesus was a Flesh god and Banned the Arianism’s Facts that Jesus was a Prophet. Thus Making Christianity Easier to “Sell” to the Europeans.
With Jesus being a White Flesh god, More Pagan Europeans in the 4th Century Could Accept Jesus, Especially with the Satanic Theory of Atonement that If You Believe the Flesh god Died, All Sins Are Forgiven.