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This is because in other countries, the Christians have nothing to hide, and they have no reason to camouflage themselves behind a false national identity to attract believers of their people. In terms of faith, there is no difference between Messianic Jews or Jews for Jesus and other evangelical Christian groups, except of course the name "Jews" that they glued on to themselves. Against this claim, Messianic Jews respond that they speak Hebrew and serve in the army — an argument that does not make them Jews any more than other non-Jewish Christians who live in Israel.
It is interesting to note that even non-religious legal scholars who examined the right of return of Messianic Jews and Jews for Jesus, concluded that they have no Jewish identity.
Based on Jewish heritage, we view the petitioners as being of another faith Interior Minister Avraham Poraz also said in an interview: Anyone who believes in Jesus is not a Jew. What can we do — Judaism does not believe in Jesus.
It is even considered idolatry. Whoever believes in Jesus, in my eyes he is a Christian, period. Judaism believes that in the End of Days, salvation will come to the whole world, and the gentiles will serve G-d too. Judaism has always been a global religion that relates to all people, and sees every gentile as a person created in the image of G-d.
In contrast, Christian faith from its inception was a religion that made faith in Jesus as its fundamental principle, and claimed that anyone who does not believe in this crucified man shall be condemned to hell eternally without end. This Christian belief, which to us borders on cruelty and even madness, was always a feature of Roman Catholicism. It is hard to believe, but Messianic Jews believe that those who do not believe in Jesus shall will go straight to a hell, even if he was a just and honest person who was charitable with others.
Christians have no concept of the "Righteous Among the Nations", but believe that everyone without exception are sent to heaven or to hell depending on one thing only: This lunatic belief therefore asserts that all the great Jewish wise men and sages throughout the generations are immediately sent to hell because they all denied Jesus. They actually believe that Christians who savagely murdered Jews in the Inquisition go to heaven, while their Jewish victims that suffered the torments of the Inquisition go to hell and eternal fire.
There are some who would describe such an appalling faith as anti-Semitic. It is strange that Messianic Jews believe that Jesus was all about love and boundless mercy, while the main principles of Christian faith going back to its inception were applied without the slightest differentiation between good and evil. Our sages teach us that Jews are by nature "merciful, have a sense of shame and are kind" Yevamot 79a. As compassionate and kind people, we find it perverse to believe in such a cruel pagan faith.
The Christian faith of Messianic Jews is repugnant to Jews. Messianic Jews claim that chapters and verses in the Bible talking about Jesus had their real meanings covered up.
Anyone who reads the Bible know that the prophets often spoke in parables, metaphors, riddles and clues that require interpretation. Here are three known examples: Isaiah speaks of the Babylonian captivity and Destruction of Jerusalem in Chapter In another chapter, he describes Jerusalem as a poor barren woman Chapter 54in Chapter 53 Isaiah compares the Jewish people in exile to a tormented and rejected righteous man.
Apart from the chapter being taken out of context, even a simple perusal of the text contradicts any belief in Jesus. The parable also says that when they will kill the righteous man, he will not say a word "he will be brought like a lamb to the slaughter Throughout Chapter 52 and 54, the prophet Isaiah is speaking about the exile and predicts the redemption of the entire Jewish people by G-d, and saving them from the nations of the world, a prophecy whose fulfillment we are still awaiting.
This proves to us that according to Isaiah, Messiah has not come. Anyone reading the Book of Isaiah from beginning to end, can not fall for this Christian fabrication. It was just the later Christians who suddenly "remembered" this chapter, and decided that it referred to Jesus. Jeremiah states that in the End of Days, G-d will renew His first covenant with the Children of Israel, and calls the renewed relationship a "New Covenant" Brit Chadasha The early Christians called their book by the same name Brit Chadasha which is usually translated in English as "New Testament" based on this verse, because they claimed that the prophet was referring to creating a new religion.
The Christians thus tried to deduce a new religion after the fact, based on this verse from Jeremiah. But this flakey act only gives away their ignorance of the Bible and the Hebrew language. First, the word brit in the Bible does not mean a book or religion, but an agreement or covenant to fulfill a certain matter examples: Second, the prophet Jeremiah writes explicitly that the new covenant would be intended only for the Jewish people And if that were not enough, Jeremiah also writes explicitly that the new covenant will be about fulfilling the Torah and its commandments verse I will place My law in their midst and I will inscribe it upon their hearts, and I will be their G-d and they shall be My people.
Our sages taught us that in every generation there is someone worthy of being messiah who might bring the Redemption, because Redemption depends on the spiritual condition of the Jewish people. When the true messiah arrives, he will save us from the nations, he will build the Temple in Jerusalem, and it will be crystal clear to us that he was the messiah selected by G-d. These fact are enough to prove to us that all the prophecies about the coming of the messiah has not yet taken place.
For example, Daniel predicted that redemption will also involve the revival of the dead It is also known that the prophecies in the book of Daniel are metaphorical, and Messianic Jews take advantage of this to set a date for when messiah will come based on the book of Daniel Chapter I.
This is why all the Biblical commentators understood that this term refers not to the final messiah but to one of the Jewish kings who ruled and died towards the end of the First Temple period. See for example, where this term is used in Samuel I 9: It is a well known fact that Christian commentators have struggled with different and contradictory interpretations of the book of Daniel, and even the above prophecy, because the text is written vaguely and is very difficult to understand.
I have no idea how they were able to deduce from this text a belief in a messiah who was revealed and died without bringing any redemption to the world. It is interesting to note that in all the New Testament, there is no mention of the prophecy of Daniel, which indicates that the early Christians never viewed his prophecy as a proof for Jesus.
Not only the Jewish sages never concealed the words of the prophets, but they are the ones who transmitted them. From generation to generation, they passed on to us the books of the prophets, and interpreted each verse according to its plain meaning and the accepted traditions. The Jewish Sages were familiar with the prophecies of the prophets, researched them and perused every verse, wrote commentaries based on exegesis and the literal meaning, but never arrived at the bizarre conclusions which Christians exposited from the Bible.
It seems that Messianic Jews see what they want to see. Messianic Jews repeatedly claim that Jewish sages distorted the name "Yeshu" from the original "Yeshua". This claim is a historical lie. Christian writings of the New Testament were transferred over two thousand years in Greek and English, and they were translated to Hebrew only recently. Only then did the translators choose the name "Yeshua" instead of "Yeshu" the latter notorious among Hebrew-speaking Jews. Catholic and Protestant Christians never called Jesus "Yeshua" in their language.
Even Talmudic Hebrew has no special meaning for this name, and we see that the Talmud switches many times between the name "Yeshua" and the name "Yeshu", which originally was an alternate version of the name "Joshua" Yoshua in Hebrew see Nehemiah 8: In fact, when the Talmud wanted to refer to the Yeshu who appears in the New Testament, they call him "Yeshu the Nazarene", because the name "Yeshu" alone was a well known Aramaic-Hebrew name.
Maimonides among the greatest Jewish legal decisors of all times mentions Jesus years ago Laws of Kings The only ones who are fabricating and concealing the truth are Jews for Jesus. According to all the prophecies of the Bible, the messiah has not yet come All the prophets of the Bible, including even the prophets cited by the Messianic Jews, claim that when the messiah comes, the world will fundamentally change.
There is no prophet in the Bible that talks about the messiah and does not predict significant changes taking place in the world — for instance, a wolf will dwell together with the lamb, people will not fight anymore, everyone will acknowledge G-d, there will be no more horrible deaths, there will be a revival of the dead and especially the Jewish people will experience salvation and well-being.
Because these prophecies have not yet been fulfilled, the Jewish people knew that the messiah had not come yet, and we still continue to await his arrival. The Jews had been waiting more than a thousand years for the messiah to bring salvation to the Jewish people and redemption to the entire world, and it was obvious that the crucified man who disappeared as soon as he came was not the one.
This point is the major contradiction in the prophets to Christian faith in Jesus. The prophets all described messiah as bringing redemption and salvation to the entire world, while Christianity has brought murder and misery to the Jewish people and caused many wars in the world.
The prophet Jeremiah predicts that the messiah will be a king who will reign over all of Israel and execute righteousness and justice throughout the country Isaiah prophesied that when the redemption comes The whole concept behind the name "messiah" is that the person is a king of Israel he was anointed to the monarchyhe restored the Davidic Kingdom, and renewed our days as of old.
This belief is built on circular reasoning. Maimonides summed it up with common sense that is apparent to all Jews Laws of Kings, Chapter He will once again gather you from all the nations, where the L-rd, your G-d, had dispersed you.
Even if your exiles are at the end of the heavens, the L-rd, your G-d, will gather you from there, and He will take you from there. Jesus the Nazarene imagined himself to be the Messiah, and he was killed by the court — as had been prophesied by Daniel, it is says, "and the sons of the renegades of your people will exalt themselves to bring about the vision but they will fail.
Can there be a greater obstacle then the fact that all the prophets stated that the Messiah will redeem Israel and be their savior, and will gather their dispersed and strengthen their fulfillment of Torah; while Jesus caused numerous Jews to die by the sword, scattered their remnant and humiliated them, exchanged the Torah [for another religion], and deceived most of the world to serve a god who is not G-d.
In contrast, if you ask a Christian who wrote the holy scriptures of Christianity, the "New Testament," he will mention the names of four people who lived nearly a century after the death of Jesus. His words were transmitted orally and written by people who were not prophets, and some of them had never even seen him.
And who are these four people? No one knows, even the Christian Church does not know, because they are mentioned only by their name, without their lineage or the dates when they lived. Even worse, the New Testament itself says that Jesus had only ten students In other words, Christianity has no solid historical claim, and no reliable historical record.
The Christian writings lack any historical weight. Since the New Testament was written many years after Jesus' death, the writers had already read the books of the prophets in the Bible and tried to coordinate the prophecies with Jesus.
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In other words, if the prophet Isaiah would have written that the messiah would have blue eyes, then the writers of the New Testament would have described Jesus as having blue eyes. When the Torah was given to the entire Jewish, they had just witnessed the mighty events of the Exodus and the Revelation on Mount Sinai, and were fulfilling commandments and celebrating holidays they had just experienced.
But with the New Testament, there was not one people who acknowledged and remembered the events related in it, and it was all based on the writings of four unknown men who wrote a story. It is impossible to verify or refute a legend. And that is the fundamental difference between history and a story. History is transmitted by millions who were witnesses to the event, while a story is transmitted by individuals who can tell you whatever they want.
When the New Testament says that Jesus walked on the water, no nation admits to have witnessed it. When the New Testament says that Jesus rose from the grave, no nation ever verified that they saw it.
Therefore, the New Testament does not possess historic validity. It is a simple story without an address, and it is as believable as any book that one may find in the drawer. Is it believable that one day He selects the Jewish people, and another day the Christian faith or the Muslim Koran? For some reason, Christians and Muslims would have us believe that G-d changes his mind, and is capable of suddenly choosing a new prophet who contradicts prophecies that He had given earlier.
However, the Torah has already told us Deuteronomy 7: Not because you are more numerous than any people did the L-rd delight in you and choose you, for you are fewer than of all peoples.
Behold, you are [about to] lie with your forefathers, and this nation will rise up and stray after the deities of the nations of the land, into which they are coming. I will remember for them the covenant [made with] the ancestors, whom I took out from the land of Egypt before the eyes of the nations, to be a G-d to them. I am the L-rd. These are the statutes, the ordinances, and the laws that the L-rd gave between Himself and the children of Israel on Mount Sinai, by the hand of Moses. And the L-rd, your G-d, will bring you to the land which your forefathers possessed, and you [too] will take possession of it, and He will do good to you, and He will make you more numerous than your forefathers.
And the L-rd, your G-d, will circumcise your heart and the heart of your offspring, [so that you may] love the L-rd your G-d with all your heart and with all your soul, for the sake of your life. And the L-rd, your G-d, will place all these curses upon your enemies and upon your adversaries, who pursued you. And you will return and listen to the voice of the L-rd, and fulfill all His commandments, which I command you this day. And the L-rd, your G-d, will make you abundant for good in all the work of your hands, in the fruit of your womb, in the fruit of your livestock, and in the fruit of your soil.