It’s a Midrash! – by Jim

It’s a Midrash! Because Jesus did not perform the function of the Messiah, the authors of the New Testament had difficulty demonstrating in what way Jesus could be the Messiah. They could not quote Messianic passages—at least not much—because the reader would realize that Jesus had not met the definition of the Messiah. Therefore, the authors of the NT would need to invent new functions of the Messiah, quoting and misquoting passages irrelevant to the definition of the Messiah in order to make it appear that Jesus fulfilled numerous prophecies

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Inheritance – Deuteronomy 33:4, by Jim

To those Christians who find it outrageous to consider that the Jewish people have a special understanding of Torah, One of you, David I believe, misrepresented the Jewish position on this matter. He made the Jewish position out to be one of racial superiority. This misrepresentation is egregious and serves only to malign others, but David feels like this is justified

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A Story and a Song

A Story and a Song (This is the story of a woman who found the truth.

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A Memo from the Church in the Year 1984 – by Jim

A Memo from the Church in the Year 1984   Brothers of the Ministry of Information, our Big Brother is concerned about the ongoing negative reaction of the Jewish community to the News.  It is imperative that we give them the New History, so that they will no longer offer resistance to our policies.  Please follow the guidelines outlined here, which will bring them into the fold.

Incarnation and Definition of Marriage

Incarnation and Definition of Marriage Reverend Smith’s gaze shifted from Mary to Jane and back to Mary again. The Pastor broke the long silence: “What! You want to get married in MY church?! Don’t you know where I stand on the issue of same-sex marriage?” Mary looked the Pastor in the eye: “This is not a “same sex marriage” – don’t you know that Jane is an incarnation of a man

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Fusion and Confusion

Fusion and Confusion

Thomas on Isaiah 9:5 (6)

Isaiah 9:5-6 (6-7) occupies a special place in Christian apologetics. Many apologists claim that this passage speaks of the Messiah being God, and is a foreshadowing of Jesus’ divinity.

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Response to Blesch

Response to Blesch