Jesus Renounced Christianity

Jesus renounced Christianity by abdicating as king and God of the Christians.

"He always had the nature of God, but he did not think that by force he should try to remain equal with God." (Philippians 2:6)

On December 24, 2014, Jesus came out of the Church and entered into the body of a man through the institution of the Holy Eucharist.

The body of a man was set aside to host the Spirit. The man, in whose body the Spirit dwelled for four years, was the sacrificial Lamb.

"When Christ was about to come into the world, he said to God: "You do not want sacrifices and offerings, but you have prepared a body for me." (Hebrews 10:5)

Christ = Spirit

When Christ was about to come into the world: when the Spirit was about to come out of the Church.

Body: the man (the Lamb)

The man was the suffering servant described in Isaiah 52:13 to 53:12.

"Of his own free will he gave up all he had, and took the nature of a servant. He became like a human being and appeared in human likeness." (Philippians 2:7)

Servant: the suffering servant

The Spirit was conveyed by the holy bread from the Church to the body of the man on Christmas Eve of the year 2014.

The Spirit possessed the body of the man and isolated him from every human activity such that the man was as good as dead. He was like a walking corpse. He was homeless, impoverished, rejected, accused, disgraced, insulted and humiliated.

In the blood of the man, Christ accomplished the work of breaking the barrier of limitation that was against us and liberated all of mankind from dominions and thrones and gave all people absolute freedom and liberty.

He smashed to pieces the obstacle standing between Jews and Muslims, Christians and Muslims, Shiites and Sunnis, Jehovah Witnesses and Catholics, Buddhists and Muslims, Theists and Atheists, etc., thus ending the hostilities.

Consequently, God made him the symbol of our oneness: the Axis Mundi where all people and all things are united or reconciled. He is central to everything, such that he is the "Supreme Ultimate" Taiji.

"For this reason God raised him to the highest place above and gave him the name that is greater than any other name." (Philippians 2:7)