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Not good cult material . . then, you mean?
You have the constitution of a wet dish rag . . .
My comment is supported by someone who is pretty expert on all of this, Robert Jewett, who says in his commentary on Romans, that the Suffering Servant of Isaiah is Israel.
Again you process a lot of words but you lack reading comprehension . . .
Apparently what you consider "believing in the Bible" is saying that everything between the covers of a book that you can pick up at a local book store, that says "Bible" on it, is the word of God, including all the forgeries of the New Testament, and all of the Old Testament.
. . . If you don't believe the bible why waste your time on it . . .
Well, show me where it says in the Bible that Jesus was a "final sacrifice for sin".
You seem to have a problem with Jesus dying for your sins and shedding his own blood for you as a final sacrifice for sin . . .
"What gives" is my problem with people promoting a theory of a 'blood for sins' payment scheme.
You have a problem also with the Lords supper and celebrating the Lords Supper . Jesus took bread and blessed it and brake it and gave it to the disciples and said " Take , eat this is my body Jesus took the cup and gave it to them saying Drink Ye all of it: For this is my blood of the New Testament which is shed for many for the remission of sins. What gives with your Blood of Christ denial thing .
No, just the stuff people try to read into it that isn't there.
You have rejected every thing about salvation , grace and mercy from the acceptable sacrifice for sin provided by God
Did you quote the verse that says that yet? If you did, then I must have missed it, sorry.
Jesus did die as an acceptable sacrifice for sin
Do you mean the Passover? That only goes back to moses.
The blood was shed during sacrifices of animals and of the sacrifice that from the time of Abraham and his offering of Isaac to God offering his only Son
I think that your apparent fixation on the term, "acceptable sacrifice" is maybe a bit obsessive and not very productive.
Have you already lost the story of Abraham being asked to sacrifice Isaac . That event was I believe the test of man where by God decided to offer his only Son as the acceptable sacrifice . I don't know if anyone else has made that correlation but I have and I wouldn't think the story of Abram would
be significant otherwise . . .
Check out how that word "offered" is used in the NT,
. . . Christ was once offered . . .
We do not see things the same way . . .