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  • afaithfulone4u
    started a topic The Jewish Jesus

    The Jewish Jesus

    Have you ever seen this?
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eq7g-7Vmvfc

  • Rachel Rachel
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    Yes, he is 100% Jewi, raised. in a traditional Jewish hi.

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  • Open Heart
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    Originally posted by spokenword View Post
    I have only my wife working with me.I hope she doesn't sue me.
    Oh brother.

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  • spokenword
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    Originally posted by Open Heart View Post

    You are abusing your power if you are using your position as boss to forcefeed Jesus on your underlings. You are also opening yourself up to a lawsuit. It sounds like you are breaking the law.
    I have only my wife working with me.I hope she doesn't sue me.

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  • Open Heart
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    Originally posted by spokenword View Post
    Not when you are the boss.
    You are abusing your power if you are using your position as boss to forcefeed Jesus on your underlings. You are also opening yourself up to a lawsuit. It sounds like you are breaking the law.

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  • spokenword
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    Originally posted by Open Heart View Post

    That's a really good way to get fired.
    Not when you are the boss.

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  • Open Heart
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    Originally posted by spokenword View Post
    I do at my job.
    That's a really good way to get fired.

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  • spokenword
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    Originally posted by Open Heart View Post

    No, it doesn't. Just as it doesn't apply to you when you are at your desk at work.
    I do at my job.

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  • Open Heart
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    Originally posted by spokenword View Post
    So go and preach the Gospel does not apply to you when you fellowship with your brethren. Interesting.
    No, it doesn't. Just as it doesn't apply to you when you are at your desk at work.

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  • spokenword
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    Originally posted by Open Heart View Post

    Irrelevant to my point. I'm not there to evangelize. I'm there to worship with my people.
    So go and preach the Gospel does not apply to you when you fellowship with your brethren. Interesting.

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  • Open Heart
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    Originally posted by spokenword View Post
    Jesus said "No one can come to the Father but through Me." Are Jews exempt? How about unless you are Born Again no one will see heaven? Did Jesus mean everyone except for the Jewish people? Waiting for your answer.
    Irrelevant to my point. I'm not there to evangelize. I'm there to worship with my people.

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  • spokenword
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    Originally posted by Open Heart View Post

    Paul went to the Synagogues as a missionary. I'm not there as a missionary. I'm there to worship God with my fellow Jews. It would not behoove me to disrupt the prayers.
    Jesus said "No one can come to the Father but through Me." Are Jews exempt? How about unless you are Born Again no one will see heaven? Did Jesus mean everyone except for the Jewish people? Waiting for your answer.

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  • Open Heart
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    Originally posted by spokenword View Post
    Didn,t Paul go into the synagogues and preach the Gospel?
    Paul went to the Synagogues as a missionary. I'm not there as a missionary. I'm there to worship God with my fellow Jews. It would not behoove me to disrupt the prayers.

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  • spokenword
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    Originally posted by Open Heart View Post
    I'm a little more controversial to those who know about me, since I'm both a Jew and a Christian, but I never bring up Jesus. When I'm at synagogue, I'm strictly there to worship as a Jew with fellow Jews.
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    Didn,t Paul go into the synagogues and preach the Gospel?

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  • Open Heart
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    Originally posted by American Gothic View Post

    I find different lists that word them in different ways.
    Is there a list somewhere that you'd recommend for what you accept as the principles?
    They are all translated from the same text, so they can't be that different. Try reading several different ones, and see if you can't figure out what they are all trying to say. It's kind of like looking at three shades of yellow, and realizing that they are all yellow.

    Here is the actual text and what I think is a very close translation: http://www.hebrew-streams.org/works/...rinciples.html

    After reading that page carefully, I'd say the only principle that MJ's have difficulty with is #7, that Moses is the chief prophet, because it includes of those who came later.

    As to God's unity, I believe the Oneness of God expressed in Trinitarianism is enough.

    As to God's non-corporealness, we DO believe in this, actually, but it is when we speak of God as in referring to God the Father.
    Last edited by Open Heart; 03-16-18, 07:09 AM.

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