"This Melchizedek was king of Salem and priest of God Most
High. He met Abraham returning from the defeat of the kings
and blessed him, and Abraham gave him a tenth of everything.
First, his name means "king of righteousness"; then also,
"king of Salem" means "king of peace." Without father or
mother, without genealogy, without beginning of days or end
of life, like the Son of God he remains a priest forever."
Who is claiming all these? Paul, in the 19th book of the New
Testament! In our earlier discussion, we know that he was
the one who created a god out of Jesus. He was the one who
bragged to be a Pharisee and acted like a hypocrite. Here he
is creating another god: Melchizedek. According to Paul he
has higher rank than Jesus. He is not only without a father,
he is also without a mother. He was not born and he did not
die. However, he, like the Son of God, remains a priest
Paul, the proven hypocrite (1. Corinthians 9:20-22), the
acknowledged Pharisee (The Acts 23:6), fool and blind
(Matthew 16:11-12; 23:13-33, Luke 12:1-2) had dedicated
himself to create gods besides the Lord of the universe. He
is not satisfied with his other two gods (Jesus and Holy
Spirit), and he adds one more, even a bigger one. Thus, he,
in fact, is the father of Quadrinity. However, this fourth
god is a hidden god. Clergy do not preach about him, and do
not pray to him. They probably consider him to be a rival to
Jesus, since according to Paul, he has higher rank over
Some evangelists try to avoid the problem by interpreting
Paul's claim about Melchizedek. They want us to believe that
he had genealogy, but it was lost. However, a person needs
to be extremely gullible to swallow this bait with its hook
and thread. Why then were the entire three chapters of
Hebrews dedicated to praise Melchizedek? Because his
genealogy was lost by absent-minded narrators?
1. According to Hebrew 7:1-3, Melchizedek had no beginning
and end of life, he had neither a father nor a mother,
and he has higher rank over Jesus. Who is Melchizedek?
2. Why don't you accept Melchizedek as the fourth
"godhead"? Why do you preach Trinity, instead
3. Psalm 110:4 has been translated in several different
ways. Do you see any difference among the following
translations? "... You are a priest forever, in the
order of Melchizedek." or "... You are a priest forever
after the rank of Melchizedek." or "... You are a priest
forever with the rank of Melchizedek"? Which one is
correct: "in the order", or "after the rank", or
"with the rank"?
4. How many priests are entitled to be "priest forever"
like Jesus? Who are they?