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1. Jesus calls himself the "son of God," when HaShem does not even have a son.
   Matthew 11:27
   Matthew 21:37
   Matthew 22:2
   Matthew 28:19
 
   HaShem supposedly admits that He has a son in Mark 1:11
   HaShem supposedly admits again that He has a son in Mark 9:7
   Mark 12:6
   Mark 13:32
   Mark 14:61-62
  
   An angel teaches that Jesus is the"Son of the Highest" in Luke 1:32
   An angel teaches that Jesus is the"Son of God" in Luke 1:35
   HaShem supposedly admits that He has a son in Luke 3:22
   HaShem supposedly admits again that He has a son in Luke 9:35
   Luke 10:22
   Luke 20:13
  

2. Jesus calls John the Baptist - Elijah. He does this twice in the book of Matthew.
   Namely Matthew 11:14 and 17:12.
   In the Jewish scripture Elijah the prophet must come down from heaven, not be born again through another
   woman in a different generation.

3. He breaks the Shabat, by telling a person to pick up his bed on the Sabbath day, John 5:8

4. He sins by picking up clay on the Sabbath day in order to cure someone, John 9:6

5. He sins by promoting that there is immediate life "on the other side" upon death. He does
   this in Luke 16:22.

6. He does this again in Luke 23:43

7. Jesus sins again by tempting his disciples to conduct business on the first day of Unleavened
   Bread when this is a day when "servile" work is not allowed to be done. This is in Luke 22:36.
   The commandments are found in several places in the Torah and in the Tanach, but here are several...
    a) Lev 23:7
    b) Num 28:18
   
8. Jesus does not speak about the Torah correctly, he says that if a man divorces his wife without
   being over marital unfaithfulness and then another man marry her, she commits adultery. However,
   the Torah allows a man to divorce his wife over other matters as well. This is in Matt 5:32.

9. Likewise, regarding the Torah, Jesus sins by saying that certain parts came from Moses alone and not
   from HaShem. Specifically when allowing a "bill of divorce." This is found Matthew 19:7-8.

10. Jesus gave a false prophecy that never came to pass...
     In Matthew 16:28 Jesus said, "Verily I say unto you, There be some standing here, which shall not taste
     of death, till they see the son of man coming in his kingdom." However, that whole generation died out
     and many others that followed and he still never came back.

11. He spoke a second false prophecy in Matthew 24. In Matthew 24 Jesus said he would come back right
     after the destruction of the second Temple in 70 C.E., yet he never did. Here are the words...
     "When ye therefore shall see the abomination of desolation, spoken of by Daniel the prophet, stand in
     the holy place, (whoso readeth, let him understand:) Then let them which be in Judaea flee into the
     mountains... For then shall be great tribulation, such as was not since the beginning of the world to this
     time, no, nor ever shall be... Immediately after the tribulation of those days shall the sun be darkened,
     and the moon shall not give her light, and the stars shall fall from heaven, and the powers of the heavens
     shall be shaken: And then shall appear the sign of the son of man in heaven: and then shall all the tribes
     of the earth mourn, and they shall see the Son of man coming in the clouds of heaven with power and
     great glory."

12. Not only does Jesus give a false prophecy in Matthew 24, he takes several passages of the Tanach out of
     context. He is quoting from the Book of Joel and Joel is not talking about the Temple that was destroyed
     in 70 CE.

13. Jesus sins by following the devil, "And he (the devil) lead him (Jesus) to Jerusalem, and set him on a
     pinnacle of the Temple (Luke 4:9),

14. Jesus errors by not knowing the Tanach to well....
     Instead of mentioning "Ahimelech" from 1 Samuel 21:8, he mentions "Abiathar." Let's look...
      "And he said unto them, Have ye never read what David did, when he had need, and was an hungered,
       he, and they that were with him? How he went into the house of God in the days of Abiathar the high
       priest, and did eat the shewbread, which is not lawful to eat but for the priests, and gave also to them
       which were with him?

15. Jesus sins by saying that he is "one with the Father (or, the God of Israel)" when no one is "one" with
      the God of Israel. This is in John 10:30-33, “I and [my] Father are one. Then the Jews took up stones
      again to stone him. Jesus answered them, Many good works have I shewed you from my Father; for
      which of those works do ye stone me? The Jews answered him, saying, For a good work we stone thee
      not; but for blasphemy; and because that thou, being a man, makest thyself God.”

16. Jesus sins by making himself equal to HaShem by saying, "For the son of man is Lord even of the
     sabbath day," Matthew 12:8. That would be like Moses saying he was "Lord of the Sabbath."
     Nonsense!

17. Jesus sins by making himself greater than HaShem's holy sanctuary, "But I say unto you, That in this
     place is [one] greater than the temple," Matthew 12:6.

18.  Jesus, lies by saying he is basically “I AM" and that he is the one who talked with the patriarchs by
      claiming this in John 8:58, “Jesus said unto them, Verily, verily, I say unto you, Before Abraham was, I Am.”

19. Jesus commits blasphemy in Matthew 28:18, "And Jesus came and spake unto them, saying, All power is
     given unto me in heaven and in earth."
     Why is this blasphemy? Because the messiah of Judaism is only a man, will no power beyond that of any
     other man. Only HaShem has this power and the messiah of Judaism is not HaShem.

20. Jesus promotes the Trinity in Matthew 28:19
     "Go ye therefore, and teach all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of
      the Holy Ghost." 
      Again, in the Tanach, HaShem does not even have a son, this is teaching from the Greeks, like Apollo is the
      son of Zeus or some other mythological son of some pagan god. Lisewise, there is no separate person called
      the Holy Ghost or Holy Spirit. Rather, HaShem is simply a spirit.

21. Jesus commits blasphemy again when he says...
     "I give unto them eternal life; and they shall never perish," in John 10:28.
     Only the God of Israel can give eternal life, the messiah is only a man.

22. Jesus sins by going against the Torah by saying never to swear in YHWH's name, but let your "Yes," be "Yes,"
     and to let your "No," be "No." He does this in Matthew 5:33-37. However, no man can over ride the words of
     HaShem and He commands us to swear. Furthermore, the Torah particularly commands us to swear in His
     name under certain circumstances as in Num 5:19, Exodus 22:11 and other places.

This paper is not even dealing with the anti-Jewish teachings of the gospels themselves, but only with the quotes of Jesus or what he did.

Here are other problems:
23. The messiah of Judaism must be conceived in a natural way, through sex, yet two gospels claim that Jesus
     was conceived in Mary's womb by a miraculous conception.

24. The messiah of Judaism or of the Tanach doesn't die for the sins of the people, yet this is the purpose of Jesus’ death in the gospels and the whole premise of the New Testament.

And...

I will add more later, Maregaal

These are from my actual notes and my studies.
This shows the great differences between Judaism and Christianity.


I will add more later,
Maregaal




9/16/2012 - hours before Rosh-Chodesh: Ethanim
MORE INFO:
This is through a response I made on Facebook:

FROM A Christian:
Maregaal ... the Apostolic Writings are not pagan, the Greek based interpretations of them are pagan in thought. What bothers me however is not what you think of the NT, it is that you claim to be a Jew and yet commit the unrighteous act of destroying (or attempting to) the faith of others. We claim the Hebrew God as our God, we walk in His commandments, take part in His set apart days, and you attack with words meant to destroy. You should be ashamed of yourself, especially this time of year!!


FROM MAREGAAL:
Sir, please do not tell your words to Elijah, Moses, Jehu, Joshua and others that went on campaigns to destroy the faith of others. I am not interested in being liberal. Christianity hijacked our holy books and has tainted them and they are still tainting them.

Sir, I am not talking about  “Greek based interpretations,” nor “church interpretations” for that matter.

Practically every doctrine that the New Testament gives is the direct opposite of what the Tanach teaches.

Sir, with all due respect, you do not know the Torah, nor does anyone else here. You are tainted with the wicked teachings of the New Testament, the new messianic movement where you even taint your own writings, and you are tainted by church Christianity...

Here are some examples where the New Testament is the direct opposite of the Tanach:

1. The God of Israel is not a Trinity, nor does He manifest Himself in three different ways, yet in several places of the
   gospels and in the epistles it promotes the trinity, even though the term “Trinity” did not come about until 200 CE.
2. The messiah of Judaism must be conceived in a natural way, yet in two books of the NT Jesus is conceived without
   Joseph’s involvement.
3. In the Tanach HaShem alone made the heavens and the earth and all that is in them, yet in the NT it was not
   YHWH at all, but Jesus (John 1:2, Col 1:16 and Hebrews 1:2).
4. In Judaism the messiah does not pre-exist before his conception, yet all through the NT Jesus supposedly
   pre-exists and also creates everything.
5. In Judaism the God of Israel doesn’t even have a son, yet all through the New Testament Jesus is not only the
   Son of God, but the “only begotten” son of God.
6. In Judaism the messiah does not die for the sins of the people, yet the whole message of the New Testament
   is that Jesus came down from heaven and died for the “sins of the whole world.”
7. In Judaism the messiah does not usher in an era, nor covenant of grace, rather he is a king that enforces the
   law of Moses upon all people.
8. In Judaism there is no “life after death,” for when someone dies the person’s spirit sleeps in the ground as their
   body rots. On the last day, at the resurrection, the person’s spirit and body awaken together. Yet, in five places
   in the NT, if not more, it teaches that there is immediate life after death.

We see this in at least five spots...
1) Luke 16:22-31
2) Luke 23:43
3) 2 Cor 5:8
4) 1 Peter 3:18-20
5) Rev 6:9

9. There are plenty more, but hopefully you will get the hint that the New Testament does not promote Jewish theology.

Like I said, you do not know Judaism, biblical Judaism that is. For if you did you would throw that wicked book away.

I am not saying this to be mean, it is simply the facts.

Maregaal




To see a vast list of just how opposite Judaism is from Christianity, please click this link.


It basically describes that practically every doctrine that the New Testament promotes, not even Christianity, they are  diametrically opposed to the teachings of the Tanach or the "Old Testament" or the Living Jewish scriptures.