When Jesus (A Jew), didn't meet Gods Choosen Peoples (Jews)criteria for the Messiah, did he just make up.
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May 25, 2019 / By Africah Question:
His own criteria?
Now, if you want to set up another set of rules, OK, but that will NOT be according to Hebrew Scriptures, which Christianity needs so badly to verify their existence.
According to Christianity, Jesus had no human father. Therefore, the discussion of Jesus as the Messiah stops here. Nowhere in Hebrew Scriptures does the Royal Blood Line continue by adoption. The Jewish Scriptures clearly state that a person’s genealogy and tribal membership is transmitted exclusively through one’s PHYSICAL father (Numbers 1:18 Jeremiah 33:17)
Nowhere in Hebrew Scripture does it ever say that during the Messianic era, HaMoshiach will come back a second time to fulfill the events that had to occur during his time on Earth. And nowhere in Hebrew Scriptures does it say that HaMoshiach would be a deity. Judaism understands the Messiah to be a human being with no connotation of deity or divinity.
If Christianity wants to make a man a deity, so let it – that is a pagan belief taken from pre-existing pagan doctrines stolen from the Mitraic worship, Zoroaster, Tammuz, Adonis, Krishna, Osiris, Isis, Dionysus-Bacchus, Buddha and others. These pagan myths all believed:
Born on December 25
Born of a Virgin
Divinely inspired and became a deity and later worshipped
Had visions and revelations and taught ethics
Went to school as a child and his teachers were surprised at his knowledge
Performed great miracles and restored life to a dead person
Birth announced by a star and a Trinity concept and died a violent death
Descended into Hades and rose from the Dead
Was expected to return in the “later days”
Best Answers: When Jesus (A Jew), didn't meet Gods Choosen Peoples (Jews)criteria for the Messiah, did he just make up.
Thutmose | 4 days ago
It is a bit more complex than that.
I will have to write a paper on this subject and put it where all can see.
Basically Christianity is a perversion of Essene belief in the Messiah of Moral Judgment as described in the scroll "War of the Sons of Light Against the Sons of Darkness."
Saul of Tarsus took elements of the story of the Teacher of Righteousness, combined them with a more recently executed prophet and invented the Bible Jesus as a Gnostic Messiah. Several editing and rewrites later Jesus is transformed into the Jewish perfect sacrifice by 2nd and 3rd century Christians. Finally 4th century Christians, hoping to get in good with the Romans, rewrite the story again, deflecting blame for the death of Jesus away from the Romans and onto the Jews.
The actual Jesus had nothing to do with the cult that developed after his death. I'm sure he would be appalled by what greedy, power seeking men have done with his name.
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Originally Answered: For the Jews: Why do you get "upset" when Askers refer to Messianic Jews or Jews For Jesus?
We get "upset" because they distribute their literature from door to door with the intentions of bringing in Jews who believe what they're selling has something to do with their own religion.
They are bent on the destruction of the Jewish people in order to further their own agenda. How would Christians feel about Muslims corralling their children in groups to teach them about the wonders of Islam? How would Christians feel about it if Muslims were the vast majority with only a few Christians scattered about?
Why do they treat their holy books with such contempt by forcing them on people who have no interest? Why do they litter with their fliers, etc. It was only a few weeks ago when Jews in Israel were condemned by the International Community for destroying "new" testaments forced on them by the messianics. I've had many leaflets forced on me here in the U.S., but no one has ever treated their holy books so disrespectfully by leaving them where they're not wanted. Yet in Israel, Jews are condemned for destroying them. What would you have them do? Add them to their libraries?
If we read the Old Testament we find that the Israelites were God's chosen people, and since God can not change then they still are. However, God gave a series of Laws which the Israelites had to obey and not many are capable of keeping the exact letter of the law. Therefore there is a problem of what happens to the disobedient. God saw this as a problem and said He would send a deliverer or Messiah. Christians believe that this was Jesus but many Jews do not. Hence we have the chosen people and Christians.
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Let me help you out here. We don't believe Jesus was born on December 25. That is the day it is celebrated, but we know that the truth is Jesus was born in early-mid autumn.
Isis was not born of virgin. And did not bear Horus as a virgin. She *ahem* re-assembled Osiris after Set dismembered him, so that she could be with him and bore Horus after Osiris was sent back to the netherworld.
There are in fact, no written records from Mithraic worshippers, merely speculative interpretations of artwork by scholars. Incidentally, the artwork began to surface a few centuries AFTER the time of Jesus, so I think it is reasonable to believe that those scholars may have borrowed from Christianity when making their interpretations. Oh...and Mithras came from a rock, not a virgin.
Buddha's mother was a Queen, and as a married woman, I highly doubt she was a virgin. Know your mythology, man!
There is nothing in Hindu mythology that suggests Krishna was born of a virgin. In fact, his mother Devaki had 8 children before him. Kinda hard to bear 8 children and be a virgin for the 9th, don't ya think?
Adonis came from a tree that was split with an arrow (or a wild boar, depends on the version) The date of his birth is not recorded. Adonis was young and good looking yes, but was a lousy hunter and *ahem* not much of a hero, and there is no hint of rebirth. No Jesus there, huh?
I could go on all day with this...I had a MAJOR mythology fascination for years.
As for your statements about the patriarchal line in scripture...forgive me, but I think the rules change when you are the Son of God. *shrug* I'm just saying is all.....
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I am sure that I have seen it said over and over and over again that Jewishness passes through the mother. Therefor, if Mary had the correct genealogy I would expect Jesus to be perfectly acceptable. Of course, I'm not Jewish and am willing to be enlightened if I'm misunderstanding what I've read.
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answer: No, I think he didn't consider himself the messiah because he didn't more than two of the prophecies and he wasn't attempting to create a new religion, just a different take on Judaism. It was Paul who likely twisted things for his Gentile audience. It's accepted by reputable scholars that the "gospels" weren't written by Matthew, Mark, Luke or John - so the first new writings was from Paul and he was an apostate Jew, combining Roman paganism and Judaism.
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Originally Answered: Why do people say there are no gods or worship jesus and Mohamed when the real gods are the animals?
Hmmm, interesting thought. Along those lines of reasoning, wouldn't it seem more logical that plants contribute even more to this world than animals? After all, without plants all animals would die. That is only one of many, many ways plants contribute to the earth. Plants don't need politics either. Whether or not they need God, I can't tell you for sure, but who really can anyway? So, don't you think plants should be recognized as the supreme beings on this planet over animals?