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Some burning questions pertaining to the messiahship of Jesus.

Why the Jews do not accept him.

by Louis Weiss

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Published in [Chattanooga] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Judaism -- Relations -- Christianity.

  • Edition Notes

    Previously published under the title: Some burning questions: an exegetical treatise on Christianizing of Judaism.

    StatementBy Rabbi L. Weiss.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBM535 .W4 1900
    The Physical Object
    Pagination87 p.
    Number of Pages87
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6911332M
    LC Control Number01030551
    OCLC/WorldCa10113386

    See also comments on Mt , , Mk , Lu , and author’s studies The Cost of Discipleship: Forsaking All for Jesus, The Significance of the Seven Churches in Revelation, Conditions of Entry into Heaven, and Haggai – the Significance of his Messages for Today in his book Advanced Studies in the Christian Faith (Volume. This banner text can have markup.. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation.

      Irrefutable questions that Roman Catholics and Orthodox can't answer Questions for Catholics and Orthodox: If the Roman Catholic church gave the world the Bible, being infallible, then why did Rome reject or question the inspiration of James and Hebrews, then later accept it? Conversely, Rome accepted as scripture books that were later rejected. In the name of our Lord Jesus Christ, (in other words, in the realm of the spiritual congregation there at Corinth) when ye are gathered together, and my spirit, (in other words, Paul even though not present would be present with them, probably prayerfully that they would be able to handle this) with the power of our Lord Jesus Christ, 5.

    G Campbell Morgan in his helpful little book Discipleship writes that. Disciples is the term consistently used in the four Gospels to mark the relationship existing between Christ and His followers (Ed: In fact "followers of Christ" is a synonym for disciples of Christ.).Jesus used it Himself in speaking of them, and they in speaking of each other. Jesus shared this goal and actually shut down the sacrificial system in the Jerusalem Temple for some short period of time. (John ) Jesus and his immediate circle of apostles were vegetarian, and so too was his Judeo-Christian church for years until it .


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A Review of Thomas L. Stegall’s. The Gospel of the Christ: A Biblical Response to the Crossless Gospel Regarding the Contents of Saving Faith 1 By Bob Wilkin.

The Thesis of the Book. The main thesis of the book is that in order to be born again a person must believe in “the Lord’s deity, humanity, substitutionary death, and bodily resurrection, i.e., [in] His person, work, and provision.

The Gospel of Luke and the Other Gospels. Several features of Luke’s gospel point out its contribution to biblical revelation. (1) The gospel of Luke is the longest book in the New Testament. I was surprised to discover this fact from reading Wilcock’s commentary, 1 but. In view of the fact that Jesus was of the linage of David, it can further be asserted that present-day Jews would accept the return of Jesus as God’s Messiah -- so long as he does the one thing that will prove him to be the genuine Messiah -- which is to fulfill all biblical.

1 A. Hunter, Introducing the New Testament (London, ), p. 50, as cited by Leon Morris, The Gospel According to John (Grand Rapids: Wm. Eerdmans Publishing Co., ), p.

2 See Morris in footnote 1, p. 3 Some evangelical scholars believe that John is the source of this Gospel, but that he may have had help writing it, something akin to Mark writing his Gospel, but with Peter as. The Messiah - The Anointed One Compiled by Bruce Hurt.

MESSIAH THE ANOINTED ONE: Webster says Messiah is a title given to "the promised Deliverer of the Jewish nation prophesied in the Hebrew Bible."Messiah is derived from the Hebrew word mashiach which means "anointed one" and which corresponds to the NT title of "Christ" (Christos = anointed one).

As Andrew exclaimed to his brother. The same author, while writing about Jesus’ earthly life, consistently portrays him concealing his messianic identity, whereas in Acts he proclaims his messiahship loudly and publicly.

In order to explain this sudden change, we needed to suggest two things: First, that some crucial event happened between these two pieces, and second, that for. Josephus (Book V, Chapter 5) described the snow-white stones of such great size, some of which were overlaid with pure gold, and the magnificence of this structure which required the labor of thousands of men from B.C.

to 64 A.D. to build. The Gospel of the Kingdom () By Philip Mauro. Introduction: THROUGH an incident of recent occurrence I was made aware of the extent--far greater than I had imagined--to which the modern system of dispensationalism has found acceptance amongst orthodox christians; and also of the extent--correspondingly great--to which the recently published "Scofield Bible" (which is the main vehicle of.

In addition to his Messiahship, Jesus preaching was to ‘set the record straight’ so to speak. People did not understand God as they should Second agreement: The Bible is true in its descriptions of all things regarding truth pertaining to YHWH, the people of Abraham and followers of Jesus Christ.

CHRIST, CHRISTIANS AND CHRISTIANITY. BOOK I. JESUS AN ESSENE. The Jews, long before the time of Jesus, were divided into three sects, the Sadducees, the Pharisees, and the Essenes.

It is almost impossible in reading of the last not to be forcibly struck with the remarkable resemblance between their doctrines, precepts and practices, and those of Jesus and the early Christians. Verse 1 In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God.

The eternal existence of the Lord Jesus Christ and his absolute identification with God and as God are unequivocally stated in the first line of this gospel; and this may be considered the theme of the whole Gospel, every word and every event of the entire narrative having been skillfully chosen by the.The only sign that Jesus gave of His Messiahship was the length of time that He would be “in the heart of the earth” (Matt.

). As He lay in the darkness of the tomb for three days and three nights, He was confirming that He was the Messiah Who would fulfill the promises of the New Covenant.

Ed Dingess, who appears to be a Reformed apologist, has taken the trouble to add some polite and thoughtful comments to my post "Kenton Sparks: historical criticism and the virgin birth".

He makes some good points and raises some good questions about the narrative-historical approach to reading the New Testament, recognizing that it cuts across the grain of more traditional theological.