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Does Hebraic Theology Make More Sense in a Hindu Context? Posted on: 11/19 11:15:40
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In Hinduism there is one ultimate manifestor of reality (Brahman), and then representatives that have been seen in physical form called Avatars (Shiva, Vishnu, Brahma, Krishna, etc).

According to a growing number of scholars, when we examine the earlier Biblical text, there was one God Most High, [URL='https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elyon']who divided the nations among the Elohim[/URL], and gave YHVH Elohim the nation of Israel as his people (Deuteronomy 32.8).

This then makes loads more sense of why the early Christian church accepted a concept of Yeshua Elohim being a son of the God Most High (El Elyon - Luke 1:32), and God Almighty (El Shaddai - Revelation 21:22).

In Revelation 4:4 there are 24 Elders sitting around the Throne of God Almighty, with the Lamb being one of them in Revelation 5:6.

These are thus similar to the 24 Elders/Avatars/Elohim, who have come here in different forms for us to understand the divine.

To me anything that is seen in a physical form is not the God Most High, which is like a CPU processing and creating reality; thus it is impossible for it to have walked with Adam, to have wrestled with Jacob (Israel), and to have eaten with Abraham.

There are scriptures that say YHVH Elohim is the one who created reality, and the Lord is One; this is similar to what Brahma did in terms of creating realities design, and how Krishna says the same thing in the Gita, that it is One God, yet it recognizes that Brahman is the ultimate formless source of reality.

So basically have the Jews after the Babylonian exile confused everyone with their concepts that Elohim can be seen both plural and singular depending on context, when really it was meaning Avatars all along?

This is my understanding of Oneness, God Most High/Brahman is One, the ultimate source of reality; with everything stemming from it, and the representatives recognize that the CPU is the source of all that exists.

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Reasons the Jews don't Fulfill Isaiah 53 Posted on: 10/17 8:47:23
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  1. 1: They did not fulfill Isaiah 53:1 which links with Isiah 28:9-19 (rumor to rumor), and the 'arm of the lord' in Isaiah 52:10 (Yeshuat Eloeinhu) + Psalms 98
  2. 2: They were seen as a majestic nation, which was desired by many; they still are presented as a chosen people, which is desired by many.
  3. 3: They are not in a depressed state, and not disliked by people; that is a self loathing statement, people like the Jews.
  4. 4: They have not carried anyone's suffering or sins; they have been cursed, yet not that anyone acknowledges that, and sees them as accursed.
  5. 5: They have not been pierced for anyone's sins, they've not been crushed/put to death/tortured as a sin offering for anyone else.
  6. 6: They have not had everyone's sins put on them; tho they might have helped confuse all the sheep, yet they're not directly responsible.
  7. 7: They have not been silent as they were slaughtered, neither was it done in the form of a sin offering.
  8. 8: The disobedience of the 'people' is the Hebrew people; yet then they can't be the person who is cut off from the land of the living for their sins.
  9. 9: They were not put to death with the wicked or rich, and are clearly not free of violence or deceit.
  10. 10: They were put to death for part of the plan, yet not as a sin offering.
  11. 11: They haven't carried anyone's sins, their knowledge has not lead many to righteousness, neither have they arrived at the light from their actions of being put to death.
  12. 12: They haven't got an inheritance to share with the strong, they've not continued teaching the things of God until death, and then acted as an intercessor for people's sins.

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Yeshua's Messianic Fulfillment Posted on: 9/22 9:11:35
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To be logical we have to start by dissecting the texts, and establishing what is fraudulent...

So John, Paul and Simon the stone (petros) are not the words or teachings of Yeshua.... Yet make the fake character of 'jesus'.

From a Jewish understanding their beliefs are a defilement of the Torah, teaching human sacrifice, belief in the dead, drinking the blood of an offering, etc.

Once we've established, and understand the differences we can examine Yeshua's own teachings within the synoptic gospels, and understand how prophecy has been fulfilled to the letter.

This is all prophesied specifically the Messiah will argue with the Leaders of the people who don't feed the flock, yet feed themselves (Jeremiah 25:30-38, Zechariah 11, Daniel 9).

For this they've cut themselves off for 30 pieces of silver, and are no longer under the Abrahamic covenant; thus the 2nd temple was destroyed, the people dispersed, and the curse that Moses stated put on to the people (Deuteronomy 28, Leviticus 26).

Only Yeshua can be the Messiah based on the fulfillment of cutting off the Jews, the 2nd temple destruction and diaspora, then the creation of a fake religion (Christianity) made up about him after, which shall remain until the end.

Unfortunately their teachers are not wise enough to follow even basic instructions within the Tanakh, and instead make it up, thus have misguided them.

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Oneness Team Leadership Posted on: 8/18 18:47:04
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Lots of moderators are good, lots of rules are not; lead by common law, not statutory, other than common sense.

Giving people ultimate power can lead to unforeseen take overs (unfortunately); yet moderators maintain equilibrium by their personal interests in their site. ;)

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