We are disinformed when information has been deliberately been withheld from us, such as Christ, not, "being raised from the dead," but rather he was "awokened [egeiro] from among [ek] the dead." The omission of Yahweh, our Creator and Father, used 6,831 times is deliberate. "...the healthful teaching, they will not endure, but, according to their own covetings, will, unto themselves, heap up teachers, because they have an itching ear, And, from the truth, indeed, their ear, will they turn away, while, unto stories, they will turn themselves aside" (2 Tim. 4:3-4).
1Co 10:13 Trial, hath not taken you, save such as man can bear; faithful, moreover is God, who will not suffer you to be tried above what ye are able, but will make, with the trial, also the way of escape, that ye may be able to hold out.
Christ, in his ministry, only enter evil Jerusalem once, in the three Gospels, meaning his ministry was 6 months or less. The Gospel of John has him in Jerusalem many times? In the three Gospels, admitting that he was the Son of God (the Christ) resulted in his death but he referred to himself as the Son of God in the very beginning of John and throughout the Gospel?
Another Jesus is being proclaimed; one who is not the Son of God; one who does not have a Father but rather this Jesus is God Himself, Creator of All Things; a God you can See. “But I fear lest, by any means, as, the serpent, completely deceived Eve, in his craftiness, your minds should be corrupted from the singleness which are due unto the Christ. For, if, indeed, he that cometh, is proclaiming, another Jesus, whom we have not proclaimed, or, a different Spirit, ye are receiving, which ye had not received, or a different glad-message, which ye have never welcomed, ye are, well, bearing. For, such as these, are false apostles, deceitful workers, transfiguring themselves into apostles of Christ. And no marvel! for, Satan himself, doth transfigure himself into a messenger of light! No great thing, therefore, if, his ministers also, are transfiguring themselves as ministers of righteousness!—whose end, shall be according to their works.” (2 Cor. 11:3-4, 13-15).