"Whoever breaks the least of these commandments, and teaches others to do the same, shall be called the least in the kingdom of heaven..." 



Welcome Message from the Author

This series "Christianity & St. Paul: The AntiChrist," beginning with "Paul & The Pharisee Conspiracy Against Jesus"   demonstrates that St. Paul and not Jesus, is the founder of Christianity. By relying entirely on the New Testament canon and non-Biblical secular histories of the 1st century C.E, we demonstrate that St. Paul formulated Christianity as part of a Pharisee conspiracy to hijack and undermine Jesus' true teachings. His aim? To substantiate the allegation that Jesus and his followers were apostates from Judaism and thereby prevent the Jews from accepting their Messiah.

St. Paul's actions undermined Jesus' message and produced a radical distortion of his original teachings. This radical change over time has taken the form of what we know today as modern day Christianity. We answer the question - is St. Paul the Antichrist Jesus warned of?


The series of books covers a wide variety of themes: from the Pharisee conspiracy Paul spearheaded; the biography of Paul's life and death; Jesus' prophesies and warnings regarding Paul; the true story of the crucifixion and Jesus' survival; the development of the early Christian Church and the failure of Paul's mission to turn the Jews away from Jesus. 

This work builds on the research of others, most notably of Mirza Ghulam Ahmad (as) who outlined the role of St. Paul as a proverbial wolf in sheep's clothing. This work proves that he was correct in his assessment of Paul.

I would ask only that you keep an open mind when perusing the site and reading the works herein. Many of the themes and concepts in these books will prove challenging for those of the Christian faith especially, but will also prove enlightening to all as to the real role of Jesus in religious history. Christians must make a choice - who will they follow: Jesus or Paul? Those who read these books with open hearts will find the real Christ, who still shines through the Ages and reaches us in the present day.