The home page says-
>> It is truly surprising how many people there are who confess a belief in Jesus as the Messiah, without having first obtained an adequate knowledge and understanding of the New Testament, the main source of information about him. When a person is calmly shown the factual mistakes and absurdities that are in the New Testament, and sees where it misinterpreted and mistranslated the Tanach, it awakens the realization that they were misled by people whom they thought were friends.
- There are answers to alleged factual mistakes and alleged absurdites if one cares to look them up. I.E. there are answers to the Isaiah 7:14 issue.
- It is extremist to accuse sincere believers of "misleading" especially on something so subjective as religion.
Back to the home page-
>> One should be aware of the fact that Paul, a founding father of the early church, and the most successful missionary that ever lived, confessed to using deception and lies to make converts:
>> Corinthians 9:20-22: To the Jews I became as a Jew, in order to win Jews; to those under the law I became as one under the law -- though not being myself under the law -- that I might win those under the law. To those outside the law I became as one outside the law -- not being without law toward God but under the law of Christ -- that I might win those outside the law. To the weak I became weak, that I might win the weak.
>> Romans 3:7: If through my lies God’s truth abounds to His glory, why am I still being condemned as a sinner?
>> Philippians 1:18: In every way, whether in pretense or in truth, Jesus is proclaimed, and in that I rejoice.
I encourage the reader to read the quotes in context and make his own determination if Paul suggested lying to people in order to get them to convert.
Once you read the three chapters, you will see that to suggest that Paul said it's ok to lie about the gospel to get converts is paranoia.