JESUS WAS NOT OUR PASSOVER LAMB…

Christian Missionaries, Messianic Jews for Jesus, in fact almost all evangelical Christians claim that Jesus Christ was the Passover Lamb that takes away our sins, a Messianic fulfillment of the Passover sacrifice. Why is this not true? Rabbi Michael Skobac explains the mistake that is made by the New Testament narrative and all those who believe in it and why Jews uphold Judaism’s rejection of Jesus as the Jewish Messiah.

 

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  1. Quote:
    “The Passover lamb, if we understand it’s message would be saying, ‘Run away from this religion (Christianity) as far away as you can! This religion that took a human being and deified him, and worships him as God is the ANTITHESIS of the Passover lamb, its not a fulfillment of the Passover sacrifice.” ~ Skobac

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  2. What an appalling video. I am ask the readers of this blog to simply check the details.

    1. 00:40 “The Romans did not want Jewish people left on the cross over night” Wrong, it was the Jews who did not want the bodies left on the crosses over night. John 19:31.

    2. Do not break bones. Christians do not say that Jesus MUST have been the pass-over sacrifice because his bones were not broken but that as the sacrifice his bones were not broken.

    2:40 “God commands to not sacrifice a human being”. God commanded Abraham to do so. And the sacrifice of Isaiah 53 is human.

    2:50 “The sacrifice must be free of blemished but Jesus was beaten and blemished.” Jesus is unblemished of sin and this is what the OT sacrifice pointed to.

    3:40 “Sacrifices were burned Jesus was not.” The Pass-over was not burned but cooked and eaten, and interestingly Jesus says to eat him.

    4:00 “The Passover is about idolatry.” Exodus 8:22/26 does not say that lambs were the gods of Egypt. Just read the verses. The Pass-over is not a rejection of idolatry but about God’s salvation when he came in judgement on Egypt.

    Exo 12:12 “On that same night I will pass through Egypt and strike down every firstborn—both men and animals—and I will bring judgment on all the gods of Egypt. I am the LORD.
    Exo 12:13 The blood will be a sign for you on the houses where you are; and when I see the blood, I will pass over you. No destructive plague will touch you when I strike Egypt.

    The blood of the lamb saved you.

    Burhanuddin1 did you even check any of the claims of this video?

    I find it amazing the Muslims will believe the Jews who rejected Jesus and not listen to the Jews who accept him.

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    • So far, christians have not provided any consistent standard when they switch from the figurative interpretation for what so called ” prophecies” about Jesus to the literal one or vice versa.
      Second, God was testing Abraham. God already had known that he would save that son. And Isaiah 53 is the one we are discussing about so you cannot substantiate your case by using it.

      “interestingly Jesus says to eat him”
      No comment!

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    • 1. Agreed. The Romans actually would have wanted to leave the body on the cross for several days.

      2. If you consider what crucifixion entails, then the bones in Jesus’ hands and feet would certainly have been broken.

      2.40 – As brother Abdullah said, the command to Abraham was a test. It makes no sense to appeal to it. Isaiah 53 does not refer to a human sacrifice. Human sacrifices were considered to be an abomination in the Tanakh.

      2.50 – Since Jesus allegedly had two natures, the human nature could theoretically have sinned. The claim that he was “sinless” is based on an assumption.

      3.40 – Oy vei. Eating your god. Yuck.

      4.00 – It clearly says that judgment was brought on the “gods of Egypt”.

      “I find it amazing the Muslims will believe the Jews who rejected Jesus and not listen to the Jews who accept him.”

      You mean the Jews who accepted him as a human and a prophet? Yes, we believe those guys. The guys we don’t believe are the ones who turned him into a god who didn’t even know when his own predetermined Day of Judgment would come.

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    • What an excellent video. I am asking the readers of this blog to simply use their head.
      Your answer confirms Mr. Skobac, who says Christians just pick and choose whatever suits their confused creative theology.

      “The Pass-over was not burned but cooked and eaten, and interestingly Jesus says to eat him.” Jesus was not bled to death and not sacrificed by a priest.

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    • “The blood will be a sign”

      here the slaughter of the animals and pasting their blood is acknowledgement that Hebrew god is greater than the animals and because “life is in the blood” then hebrew god proved that animal gods life just “god owned” so to speak

      Thanks green, your god jebus god owned by yayway through his children the pharisees.

      this text BTW has nothing to do with sacrifice offered for sins. One should not conflate the two

      in isaiah53 there is no LEVITICAL temple sacrifices in view
      No selikha, melicha and kappara

      hey shamuel green was jaysus unintentional ASHAM offering?

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    • “2:50 “The sacrifice must be free of blemished but Jesus was beaten and blemished.” Jesus is unblemished of sin and this is what the OT sacrifice pointed to.”

      why only look at of? Why not look at the practices of others who used to offer their innocent children to their god? is child sacrifice in Hebrew and pagan religions pointing to murder of your god? Consider the fact that you are referring to internal thoughts and children as far as we know don’t think sin or do sinful acts. Animals do think adultery and fornication.

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    • “The Pass-over is not a rejection of idolatry but about God’s salvation when he came in judgement on Egypt.”

      but when your god “came in judgement” he would do a lot of blood spilling. blood would be everywhere even lambs were being judged.so why have Hebrews spill blood when yhwh was going to do it anyway?this only reinforce the fact that the Hebrew DEED of painting is seen as a salute and acknowledgement .the text is saying in reality, when I see your deed of PAINTING….I will passover you…human works save

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    • “The blood of the lamb saved you.”

      vs

      “It is impossible for the blood of bulls and goats to take away sins.” Hebrews 10

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    • “Exodus 8:22/26 does not say that lambs were the gods of Egypt.”

      Why do we need the Bible’s word for that when we have clear archeological evidence that the Egyptians were worshipping Lambs, Rams and Goats.

      The Egyptian God “Khnum” was usually depicted with the head of a Ram.
      http://www.ancientegyptonline.co.uk/khnum.html

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