Sunday, July 6, 2008

The Messianic Tablet and Scholars of Belial

Drudge carried a story from the "International
Herald Tribune" about an archeological stone
that contains text that may dispute the
"Jesus story."

Tablet ignites debate on messiah and resurrection

A three-foot-tall tablet with 87
lines of Hebrew that scholars believe
dates from the decades just before the birth
of Jesus is causing a quiet stir in biblical and
archaeological circles, especially because
it may speak of a messiah who will rise from
the dead after three days.

If such a messianic description really is there,
it will contribute to a developing re-evaluation
of both popular and scholarly views of
Jesus, since it suggests that the story of his
death and resurrection was not unique but
part of a recognized Jewish tradition at the time.'


Daniel Boyarin, a professor of Talmudic culture
at the University of California at Berkeley, said
that the stone was part of a growing body
of evidence suggesting that Jesus could be best
understood through a close reading of the
Jewish history of his day.

"Some Christians will find it shocking — a challenge
to the uniqueness of their theology — while others
will be comforted by the idea of it being a traditional
part of Judaism," Boyarin said.


HA! What a PINHEAD, huh?

The above piffle espoused by the "learned"
Jew literally had me reaching for
an aspirin, not because, as a Christian, I was
terrified that my beloved "Jesus story" would
prove to be invalid, but, because, as a
JEWISH Christian, I know that Jesus, as the
JEWISH MESSIAH (hello?) represents, epitomizes,
fulfills and is proven by Jewish prophecy, Jewish
culture, and the Jewish faith, 100%. OF COURSE

Duh. Duh. DUH!!!! AUGHHHHH!!!!!

WHAT blind and obstinate fools some
"scholars" are, who believe
this find will
do anything but BOLSTER the importance
reality of Christ's actual fulfillment of all
Jewish prophecy.

The problem with them
is that THEY DON'T
BELIEVE in their own
Jewish religion. I don't
say this casually. It is the truth.

They are humanists, and
only believe in God,
peripherally, as an
adjunct to their own intellect,
more. Humans are the saviors, not God,
in their darkened, WARPED, and blasphemous
modern paradigm.

The current state of modern Judaism is
this vacuum of belief in the religion that
gave us Jesus Christ, Yashua HaMaschiach,
the Savior Messiah, as P R O P H E C I E D.

It is from Genesis to the Prophets where the
details of God's great work in the Messiah
is dispensed. It is validating, not invalidating
to find a relic preceding Christ which proclaims
that the Messiah would be raised from the
dead in three days.

As usual, modern Jews, throw out common
sense, and choose to rebel against YHWH
by ignoring the fact that JESUS ROSE FROM

Hello again? IF ANYONE was risen from the
dead after THREE DAYS, wouldn't it still be
worthy of awe? The fact that the Jews of that
generation were told that the Messiah would
be raised from the dead after three days
prepared them for Christ.

The faithful of the day became his disciples,
and followers. The others, like the "Talmudic
scholars" who jeer at the Christians for falling
for this prank, simply because they find a
prophetic stone they can't understand, are
exactly like the Saducees who were addressed
by Christ as vipers and infidels.

It's amazing really how many archaeological
artifacts have been unearthed in the past
20 years which have been preparing us to
see the COMING of the Lord, just like before
Christ's original advent, they were told about

It's all coming full circle, especially with the
blind guides, who call themselves Jews,
but, as the Spirit and ALPHA and OMEGA
called them in the Book of Revelation, they
are not Jews, but the "synagogue of Satan."

They don't even know what prophecy is
for. They have zero faith. They are laughable,
except it's sad.

I realize that blindness has happened to
the Jews in order to fulfill the times of the
Gentiles, but, the hour is getting late.
It's time for a race that claims they are
more erudite than the rest to actually
take the logs out of their eyes and
see their God.

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