Why Jesus Could Not Have Died for Your Sins
July 7, 2015 8:50 am
There is no article of faith that is more central to the Church than the belief that Jesus’ brutal sacrificial death at Calvary atoned for the sins of mankind. Missionaries insist that the manifold sins of man cannot be expiated “without the shedding of blood.” Is this a valid claim? In this thought-provoking broadcast, Rabbi Singer critically explores the foundation of this key church teaching and probes crucial biblical sources and why Jesus could not have died for anybody’s sin.
Category: Small Bites
Have got the question about why the former bishop of Counterbury is pictured on the opening of the video…??? 🙂
Cristianity and christian believe is truly based not on believe that Jesus is perfect match of Jewish predictions but on amazing effect on human brain of empty but emotional and powerfull phrases. I have learned in my life how the use of those empty phrases make people jump. Barack Obama got elected by using them. Ed Milliband was just fullfillment of beautifull emptiness. Empty but beautiful. Like – we have to make the economy work for many not the few… Nice and juicy. But absolutely empty. Can we do this? Yes we can! – Obama. In some cases it fails. In some you get people like u der the spell.
And christianity is all about it.
No one comes to me if not my father who is in heaven pulls him to me…
Who rejects me rejects one who has sent me… with all the other consequences, such as rejecting by this the salvation and eternal life…
Apostle Paul is just a higher flight of this emptiness. Read through his letters with this in mind and you will be strack how empty his letters are. Like – do not be like those sons of godlesness but be as the sons of godliness… what on earth is this? Did not bother himself to explain too much. No wonder that Mr J F Kennedy was full with this shit too. After all their family were devoted catholics… I am the berliner… Rubbish. You are not. But the whole world jumped. Or this one – do not ask what the country has done for you. Ask what you have done for the country… All these are sayings that are really powerful. First to fall for them are so called middlclass. But with them the whole media world will be filled with praises for Mr Kennedy. He truly was excellent at this.
So these phrases make people fall under the spell. The only thing that can awake them is the Truth. And the Truth is not correct story about Jesus and christianity. It must be said but it is not the Truth. The Truth is like a key to the understanding about everything around us. And Jews do not have it. Tora of Moses did not give it. Isaiah 48 is about Jewish nation. Isaiah talks in the name of the God to Jews in singular. In the passage 6 He says that sth new and unknown is being revealed to you, that has not been revealed to you ever before… As far as I can tell, it kind of points out that it is sth that Tora of Moses does not have. But what is it, that would be such a unique? It is written as if being revealed right away. But is it? Or is Isaiah speaking about events in the future as happening right now for he is seeing them happening right in that moment as accomplished? The God speaks to Jews and says in passage 15 – I also invited him…, I ordered him to come and he will succeed… Who is this misterious “him”?, if the God is speaking to the nation? In Isaiah 46:11 From the east I summon a bird of prey; from a far-off land, a man to fulfill my purpose.
As far as I can understand, these two passages are about the same person. And are some of the proof that puts under the question the Servant story being about Jews in general. For in there is said that he will succeed. The same as in so called servant songs. There are many other places out of servant songs that clearly point that all will start and florish through one person.
The same with Isaiah 50:2
◄ Isaiah 50:2 ►
New International Version
When I came, why was there no one? When I called, why was there no one to answer? Was my arm too short to deliver you? Do I lack the strength to rescue you? By a mere rebuke I dry up the sea, I turn rivers into a desert; their fish rot for lack of water and die of thirst.
It kind of points out that there will be no single person that would have responded to God’s call. And God will make somebody Himself to draw close to Him.
As far as I can understand Isaiah here speaks in the name of person from Isaiah 53. Despised and walking in the dark, efectively, coming out of dry ground like a sapling.
Listen to the servant says the God through Isaiah. Not to the comentators of the Tora of Moses. For sth is going to be revealed to you that you did not have a clue about…
In one thing you could be right – the time is close. It can be in our lifetime. For if we examine Isaiah 51:5, than it could happen even closer than we believe. …The islands will look to me and wait in hope for my arm… I was always wondering about these islands. But what if it is right in the front of our eyes? What if there is truly one country to be called this way and it appears from time to time in the bible? What if it is a Greece? For it really seems at the moment that they are hoping for a miracle, they are looking for help and have no advice what to do…
And Isaiah about Israel today. Isaiah 51:12, 13. They are secular nation who do not know the God and fear nations over God. This is no better than idolatry.
Zion, Isaiah speaks about in 51:3, does not exist. It is a Stronghold. A Stronghold of God. What is it? The City of Peace – Jerusalem? They are still a desert. Nothing yet grows there. They are still in ruins. For not the phisical buildings are important. For no walls and weapons can withstand Gods wrath. And no weapons and allies can do any harm to those that are in the Stronghold that is build from Gods Will. But what is God’s Will? And are you living within it like within the strongest possible stronghold? Can not see it yet. What I see is Isaiah 58 and 59… Good lack with putting your faith in weapons and allies. God is jelous God. God is not with those that only partially rely on Him. And that is exactly what the whole world, including Jews are doing.