13 May 2017

It's All A Big Scam!

18 Iyyyar 5777
Day 33 of the Omer

The Christians are falling all over themselves trying to identify their man-god Yeshu as a good "Orthodox" rabbi and their religion - renamed Messianic Judaism (or conversely Judeo-Christianity) - as just another Jewish sect. Even though their book was written in Greek, appropriately enough, some want to pretend that it was originally written in Hebrew to give it more authenticity.

But, in reality, it's all just a big scam that only pulls in ignorant and guillible people. Even if they were truly monotheists, which they are not, as they insist that Yeshu is also Divine in nature and they worship him as god, their Father-god (as opposed to the Son-god and the "Ruach"-god, i.e. the "three-in-one") is not the God of Israel.

Would the One who gave the commandment that adulterers must be stoned, commit adultery? God forbid!

From the New Testament Book of Matthew)
This is how the birth of Jesus the Messiah came about : His mother Mary was pledged to be married to Joseph, but before they came together, she was found to be pregnant through the Holy Spirit. Because Joseph her husband was faithful to the law, and yet did not want to expose her to public disgrace, he had in mind to divorce her quietly.
If he needed a divorce, then for all intents and purposes, she was a married woman. 
According to Torah law, marriage is a two-step process. The first stage is called "kiddushin," and the second step is known as "nisu'in." Kiddushin is commonly translated as betrothal, but actually renders the bride and groom full-fledged husband and wife. After this point, if, G‑d forbid, they decided to part ways, a "get" (Jewish divorce) would be required. However, the bride and groom are not permitted to live together as husband and wife until the second stage, the nisu'in, is completed.
In ancient times, the two stages of marriage were done on separate occasions, often separated by a full year which the groom would devote to Torah study. Both the kiddushin and the nisu'in were accompanied by celebratory feasts. By the twelfth century this practice had ended, and it became customary to do both kiddushin and nisu'in, successively, beneath the chupah. (Source)
Could their Father-god not have found an unmarried woman to impregnate and by whom to have a Son-god? The whole idea is ludicrous and a desecration of God's Name. God forbid!