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Originally posted by jmdewey60
What is the fulfilment of the Law?
How about; if you break the Law, you will die?
So Jesus died to satisfy a law, though he never sinned.
Did he break the Law himself?
I would say, yes.
Jesus said that all the prophets were authoritative and their teachings were there to be followed, that is up untill the Greatest of the Prophets who had ever lived,
who was John the Baptist, the person who said the axe must be taken to the root of Judaism and that it had to be totally done away with.
So Jesus broke the Law that technically was no longer of any affect on the people of Earth as a guide on how to live your life. But the old prophet Moses said that it was to last in perpetuity, and Isaiah said the law would be followed in the Kingdom Come.
considering the fact that the old Law was seemingly made to be impossible to keep in a strict sort of way,
and with no provision for willful sins, only those done inadvertently, by those who did not know what they were doing.
The Old God of This World is now the Satan of Jesus and will be ultimately put to death Himself, just as Jesus was so unrighteously and cruelly killed.
Jesus was the righteous end of the reign of an unrighteous god, who he called, A Murderer from the Beginning.
That is a pretty good question.
So who exactly was Yeshua worshiping, and who's right hand is He sitting by?
The Law of the Old Testament punished those who broke it, with death. Does the fact that you break the Old Testament Law make you a sinner? If not, how do you equate the two things?
The wages of sin is death.
How does that work, and what prophecy?
He died to fulfill the law (love) and fulfill the prophecies.
That is a canard, for people who can't deal with the facts, and obfuscate, by making this false dichotomy. They were the same thing, in the land and time of Jesus and you can not prove otherwise. If anything, the Pharisees were humanists who liberalized the interpretation of the Law to make it easier on people.
What law did he break? Man's law, or YHWH's law?
You quote the scripture without giving a commentary, I am guessing, to leave it open to imply that there could be read into this, something no Christians accept. You have to face the reality that nobody follows the Old Testament laws, so Jesus meant something else, and I would suggest that it was what comes right after that, which is his spelling out a very strict interpretation of what Jesus believed was the original intent of the Law.
That is flat out false.. . .
Seriously, really, that was all he meant?
. . .because those who were not following YHWH's law. . .
Tell me all about that, when you have time.
Again, the scriptures contradict what you are saying.
What does that even mean?
YHWH's laws are quite easy to keep.
Who said that?
Yeshua was not a provision for willful sin.
Some of the Catholic Church quotes previously referred to:
Yes Locoman8, we really have an uphill battle on our hands with this one ...
I would also refer you to the Walter Veith video series called 'Total Onslaught'
First of all, you need to establish what the correct interpretation is, then you can present the counter, or alternate interpretation, then show how one is correct, and how in comparison, the alternative view is "full of holes".
Of course they have a great incentive to spread this false interpretation (that has so many holes in it to the point of being ridiculous) to try and somehow get the idea of this Antichrist power out of the way as occurring before they rose to power.