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Arcanum Owl wrote:.......along with the original belief of the "Messiah" doesn't that technically mean the current Jewish population missed the point? Didn't they miss the Messiah?.......
Arcanum Owl wrote:Hmmm it occured to me of late, if you look at the Jewish doctrine (which I haven't read) along with the original belief of the "Messiah" doesn't that technically mean the current Jewish population missed the point? Didn't they miss the Messiah?
The question arises. IF some one turned up and said "HEY, I'm the messiah", Like jesus, and nohamhead did. Would they not immediately be thrown into a small room with peculiarly thick and spongey wall paper?
white_harmony wrote:It has been noted that Jesus (in this context) was infact a Master sent to guide us and show us that we can be more than we really are, and to show us a better way to live.
Arcanum Owl wrote:In effect I do believe Jesus was the Jews messiah. This is not because of any particular belief system I am fond of or dislike. It just seems to fit the profile. The Jewish people/state may say that Jesus was not their messiah, I can also call an apple an orange, it doesn't make it more citrus.......
Arcanum Owl wrote:Back to the Jewish, then after WWII, after the Holocaust, they proceed to make a huge hoohar about Ragnars' descendants,
Arcanum Owl wrote:"In effect I do believe Jesus was the Jews messiah."
Ragnar wrote:What better way of life? Sonds like slavery to me.
As an interesting aside, the Jews thought, shortly before the year 70, that the Messiah had arrived (his name just now slips my mind). This caused them to rise up against the Romans, and we all know that it did not go well for the Jews. (Therefore no Messiah then, either....)
Willow wrote:I know I am a little late.
Rain forest, you weren't thinking of Maccabees were you, he was quite a bit earlier (Hanukkah celebration is based on his revolt). 70 AD is when the second temple was destroyed. I know that was in a revolt bu wasn't it from a leader of the zealots and the Romans were crushing the rebellion?
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