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"Fabricating" the Papal Succession of Rome
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Ancient Roman King Numa Pompilius Instituted Popes

First Popes Instituted BCE 715-673

Eight centuries before Ribi Yᵊho•shua was born, Pontiffs & Popes were blatantly idolatrous Hellenist Roman gentile high priests of Ζεύς, the Hellenist displacement mythology evolved from the earlier Egyptian and Mesopotamian gods.

In the 2nd century C.E., enabled by the traitorous cooperation of their sycophant Tzᵊdoq•im supporters, the Hellenist Roman occupiers of Judaea brutally crushed the Pᵊrush•im Ribi and Nᵊtzâr•im, then claimed the episode into their religious system, transforming the name of their idol from Ζεύς to Jesus and absorbing the new version of their Hellenist idolatry under the new name of their new-version religion, Hellenism 2.0: namely, Christianity.

Pontiffs & Popes were Hellenist Roman gentile high priests of idolatry, unchanged, except for the name of their idol (as was often the case in ancient civilizations), both before and after Ribi Yᵊho•shua

"In the matter of hierarchical nomenclature, one of the most striking instances is the adoption of the term pontifex for a bishop."

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Evidence from Hebrew Ma•titᵊyâhu

not from "Apostle St. Paul" the Apostate Hellenizer nor his NT

"Pope," cognate of "papa," means "father." Read The Nᵊtzârim Reconstruction of Hebrew Matitᵊyâhu (NHM, in English) 23.9:

"You are not to call anyone on earth πατήρ so-and-so, because you have One πατήρ of the heavens."

Ribi Yᵊho•shua explicitly forbade a "pope"!!!

But the Displacement Theology of the Hellenist Romans, who had just vanquished the Jews in war, destroyed our Beit ha-Mi•qᵊdâsh, deposed the 15th Nᵊtzâr•im Pâ•qid and displaced him with the first legitimately Christian goy•im ἐπίσκοπος, expelled us from Yᵊru•shâ•layim, burned our scrolls and yo•khas•in, prohibited circumcision and forbade us to learn or teach – all upon pain of death – required goy•im religious doctrines compatible with Roman Hellenism and hateful toward Jews: diametrically different from what the hated Jews had taught.

Eusebius Quotes Hegesippus As

Ἐποιησάμην The Papal Succession of Rome

Between 142 & 168 C.E.
Fixes Displacement Theology
pope Francis with the Christian g-d-on-a-stick idol
pope Francis with the Christian god-on-a-stick idol

Eusebius also recorded that it wasn't until several decades after the gentile Hellenist Romans had ousted and displaced the 15th Nᵊtzâr•im Pâ•qid in 135 C.E. that Hegesippus ἐποιησάμην—"fabricated"—the original list of popes some time between 142 and 168 C.E.!!!" Thus, the "papal succession" that Christians claim began with "St. Peter" is a historical ἐποιησάμην and a total gentile (Roman Hellenist) counterfeit!!!

The first list of bishops, from which the entire papal succession has been retrojected back in time, was fabricated by Hegesippus during the episcopacy of the successor to bishop Pius I, namely Anicetus, either between 142 and 157 C.E. or between 153 and 168 C.E. The traditional succession of popes, which Christians claim began with "St. Peter," wasn't even conceived until a few decades after the Hellenist Romans had first idolatrized into Aelia Capitolina, dedicated to their idol-god Ζεύς.

Moreover, even this late 2nd-century list of 'bishops' is contradictory:

"The dates of the bishops of this early period cannot be fixed with certainty, the traditions about them being contradictory." ("Pius I," William Smith & Henry Wace, "A Dictionary of Christian Biography," New York: AMS Press Inc. & Millwood: Kraus Reprint Co., 1974; IV, 416).

Hegesippus' ἐποιησάμην succession ends with Soter, making Eleutherus [] the first 'Church pope' (ibid., II, 876).

"As is the case with the generality of Hellenist Roman bishops of the earlier centuries, the episcopate of the prelate [Eleutherus, ca. 171/77 – 185/192 CE] is memorable rather for contemporary events and celebrities than for anything certainly known of himself or his influence on the age." (ibid., II, 79) [emphasis added; ybd].

Papacy: Encyclopedias Corroborate
Columbia Encyclopedia:

"Christianity – For the first three centuries of Christianity, history is dependent on apologetic and religious writings; there are no chronicles (see patristic literature). Historians differ greatly on how far back the 4th-century picture of the church (which is quite clear [see, inter alia, The Conflict of the Church and the Synagogue, A Study in the Origins of Anti-Semitism]) can be projected, especially respecting organization by bishops (each bishop a monarch in the church of his city), celebration of a liturgy entailing a sacrament and a sacrifice, and claims by the bishop of Rome to be head of all the churches (see papacy)." – The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001 (excerpted from biblestudying.net).

"Papacy – There is no unequivocal evidence about the status of the pope in the earliest days of the church." – The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001. (excerpted from biblestudying.net).

Additionally, we must recognize that Roman Catholic scholars are fond of referring to the early bishops of Rome by the title pope. However, in all fairness, to avoid being called for dishonest scholarship, Roman Catholic authors should make their readers aware that the title pope was not used in the early Church as it is employed by today's Roman Catholics (excerpted from biblestudying.net).

Britannica:

"Pope – The teaching of the Second Vatican Council (1962-65) on the role of bishops the office and jurisdiction of the bishop of Rome, or the pope (Latin: papa, from the Greek pappas, "father"), who presides over the central government of the Roman Catholic church, the largest of the three major branches of Christianity. The term pope was originally applied to all the bishops in the West and also used to describe the patriarch of Alexandria, who still retains the title. In 1073, however, Gregory VII restricted its use to the bishop of Rome." – Britannica.com (see www.biblestudying.net for more in-depth treatment of the early Christian sources).

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