New Testament cover-up! Jesus cannot be the messiah—Rabbi Tovia Singer responds

New Testament cover-up! Jesus cannot be the messiah—Rabbi Tovia Singer responds

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um rabbi why do jews reject jesus and i mean looking at it historically why didn't they just out the gate recognize dude this is the messiah this is the promised one this is this is our messiah why don't they accept it what's the problem with uh i guess i could use the term what's the problem with the jews man what as christians will say they're hard-hearted they don't see the truth they don't have spiritual eyes etc etc but what is the truth from a jewish side the answer is that it's the bible
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it's passages soaring messianic passages in the jewish scriptures and nothing that jesus did bears any resemblance to what the hebrew prophet said the messiah is supposed to accomplish it's really that simple you know the jewish people would have loved to have a messiah during the first century for those who don't know it's not like in our time we can get on a plane in 11 hours be there and the nice friendly people that was during the roman empire we were
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under the heel of the empire we would have loved the messiah the problem was that what he did we are told by the church there is no resemblance to anything that we find in the jewish scriptures let's let's take a look at a messianic passage that's so famous that even the united nations i'm not a fan had the brains to put it on the wall of the u.n on 42nd street and first avenue northeast corner is the isaiah wall this
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is the united nations so you imagine you want to come up with something fairly uncontroversial the book of isaiah is considered holy by about one out of two people on this planet okay all right so we're not i'm not going far afield i'm not reaching i'm not there's not an inference in the end of days this is isaiah chapter 2 verse 2. really simple okay the lord his temple be raised above all mountains
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above the hills and all the nations will stream to it next verse verse 3 people will say come let us go to the mountain of the lord the temple of the god of jacob and he will teach us his ways so that we may walk in his paths in verse 4 in verse 4 believe it or not we have six words that tell us about the messiah himself six words in hebrew he
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will judge between the nations and he will rebuke many people that's it no dying or anybody's sins no resurrection from the dead no dying on a cross no lamb talk none of this stuff and what will they do the world will do this they will beat their swords into plowshares their spears into pune hooks nation will not lift up sword against nation neither will they learn of war anymore
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okay these are the most numinous ecstatic messianic prophecies in all of the hebrew bible it's actually mentioned in new places mentioned here in isaiah 2 and almost a verbatim in micah chapter four okay it made it to the united nations the united nations can agree that's an appropriate text and it says this is what will happen in the end of days that means there are texts that are controversial this is not one of them now listen very
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carefully did anything jesus do did anything in the first century occur that remotely resembles this nothing was there peace during the first century did the nations take their implements of war and transform them into implements of agriculture did that occur no just the opposite the first century was riddled with war between the jews and the romans in the romans and and other groups there wasn't the temple built there was a temple destroyed it bears no resemblance to that now here we're going to go
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here's where we go nuclear okay you are not ready for what you're about to hear this passage that is so famous in how many there are 27 books in the christian bible 27 books in the christian canon of those 27 books in how many of them is this is this passage quoted just think this is um there's no controversy these are
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messianic passages without doubt the most famous in of the 27 books in the christian bible of the 89 chapters in the gospels how many times i mean after all we are told that the christian bible is there to tell us about what the messiah i mean could am i like setting up a straw man and toppling it listen very carefully i don't know if you've ever heard this before so i know paul as you said in second
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corinthians chapter three seeks to characterize the jews as blind scales veils and smails of our eyes as it turns out my friends isaiah chapter 2 is never quoted in the new testament what you heard me right isaiah chapter 2 is never quoted how is it possible that the most important verses in the entire jewish bible arguably that are messianic
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appear nowhere appeared nowhere in a book that purports to tell us about the messiah nothing more important than that does that not if you're a christian listening to my voice right now does that not raise some curiosity that passages in contrast that bear no resemblance to the messiah like king david writing my god my god why has not forsaken me that means there's
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nothing in psalm 22 that says this is going to happen in the future the messiah has not mentioned psalm 22 i'm taking a really famous passage i'm not i'm stealing man i'm steel manning this how is it possible that a passage that's written in the first person king david speak the author whoever wrote psalm 22 is speaking first person and he's crying out my god my god why is not forsaking me that passage is selected with the trackball
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white letters on a blue background and then pasted into the mouth of jesus dying words on the cross you'll find in the book of mark the cry of dereliction that makes it and there's nothing in that chapter that tells you it's talking about the messiah in fact quite the contrary it's all in the first person and it's written in the past tense like why did you forsake me not like why are you going to forsake me in a thousand years from now a little footnote here jesus lived about a thousand years after king david
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i mean and then people think the jews are blind the people think like the jews are just reckless rejectionists with the seed of the devil john 8 44. there's a demon in us we're blind we god has prov has brought salvation to the gentiles to provoke jealousy among the jews really really don't you think there's something more likely going on here that the the core messianic passages in the bible
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that are not controversial okay so i'm not going to passages which are contra i'm taking like let's just take the isaiah 11. predators will lie together with their prey side by side children will be able to play in a den where there are poisonous snakes figuratively conveying powerfully in a way that only isaiah could that there will be peace among people were formally there was not peace the knowledge of god will cover the
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world as the water cover the sea isaiah chapter 11 verse 9 please look it up in your king james bible it doesn't make a difference who translated this and then you come to the jews and say and i'm not saying you i'm saying paul does this you know even though they have don't blame him i blame you a little bit not so much but and then paul says even as they of the jews who both killed the lord jesus christ and their own prophets contrary to all mankind forbidding us to preach to the gentiles
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you know what theirs that's from that's first thessalonians you know what that means first thessalonians that means that's the oldest surviving literature ever written about christianity that's the oldest christian book that survives they're probably books that are older but that's the oldest first thessalonians we could date that to 49 or 50. that's really early and the jews bingo really maybe the the core teachers of the church are opposed by the hebrew bible
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i rest my case [Music] [Applause] [Music] [Music] i

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