What was deleted? What was added? To understand what you are saying I require text and citations. Give me one verse that you can prove the Romans added.
Put it this way. The saints were only used to preach the gospel until they were killed. The only thing they had to do besides that was write inspired words so God could reveal his knowledge. They didn't have to go to a church building with idols in it. They didn't have to collect tithes and offerings because God wanted them preaching the gospel, not managing money. Besides, God performs miracles to make sure they have enough to eat, clothes to wear and a place to sleep. Without their DNA giving power to make the disobey God, they had no desires for worldly things. They are happy to eat, put on clothes and sleep. The rest of the time they are looking for someone to preach the gospel to. That's all there is to being a saint so all the rest of the things you read about in the new testament are lies.
However, some writings are legit and satisfy the truth in me but it's nothing that I need because they're things that God has already taught me while I was writing. I don't learn anything from the new testament. It's the old testament that contains most of the prophesies and are important for God to interpret and have me speak them. The power goes out from this spoken word to fulfill these prophesies. Just like Jesus said when he came to fulfill the law and commandments, which means all the flesh is condemned to death so the souls an be freed from them.
I don't read the new testament and I haven't since 1986 but many of the pagan ideas God brought from my memory and had me write about them. All the pagan ideas are what Christians believe in because they have no spiritual value. It's just ideas that will die with the flesh.
This following scripture about pentecost is all lies. Peter was the only disciple that God revealed himself to before Jesus went of to be killed. Jesus had to keep preaching the gospel until this happened. This is the sign that Peter was a chosen one who was created together with the rest of us saints and prophets and Jesus in the same light energy as God. We are the power who created all things.
Peter was still a sinner who need to go through the process of confession, repentance and forgiveness, which can take several years to go through. Once God got him sinless so the knowledge could be revealed in his mind, then he had to go through a testing of the flesh and the spirit of God. This can take several months to completed before God puts a strong desire into him that makes him preach the gospel until he's killed.
When he's ready to preach the gospel, he won't have much knowledge right away so it would take him another two years before he had a good handle of preaching the gospel. This knowledge is like putting a puzzle together so once Peter got most of the puzzle together, he was much more efficient in his preaching. This means that he might not have been very successful in getting the other disciples to believe in God. It's one thing to believe in the flesh that God's using but it's a whole different thing to believe in the God you can't see in a man. It appears the saint is always talking about himself instead of speaking for God.
In this scripture, it says 3,000 men were baptized with the Holy Spirit and then they went out to add more people every day. This is impossible and it didn't happen. You can't add people into the kingdom every day because they have to go through that long period of confession, repentance and forgiveness of sins. The power of God forces the believer to the ground and then changes his DNA. The saint will be in pain and cry very deeply during this operation. I had to go through eight sessions off forgiveness spread out over a long period of time. So this story is fabricated to make it look easy to receive the Holy Spirit.
41: So those who received his word were baptized, and there were added that day about three thousand souls.
42: And they devoted themselves to the apostles' teaching and fellowship, to the breaking of bread and the prayers.
43: And fear came upon every soul; and many wonders and signs were done through the apostles.
44: And all who believed were together and had all things in common;
45: and they sold their possessions and goods and distributed them to all, as any had need.
46: And day by day, attending the temple together and breaking bread in their homes, they partook of food with glad and generous hearts,
47: praising God and having favor with all the people. And the Lord added to their number day by day those who were being saved.