The Passion of Christ - a Jewish Perspective

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By abey on August 18, 2010 -- 7:32pm

Abraham was asked by GOD to come out of his Fathers house, which pertains to the pagan beliefs of that day. Today, unfortunately the Jews are ” sliding back” to that very house where GOD pulled Abraham out. Very few really understand who Jesus Christ really is. It takes more than “brains or knowledge” to understand these words ” No one knows the Son, but The Father, neither does any one know The Father, but the Son & He to whom it shall please the Son to reveal HIM”. Neither does “altered state of higher consciousness help to understand this, except it be revealed to babes.

By Sientje Seinen on December 11, 2010 -- 3:04am

I did not like the movie the Passion of Christ, as I believe no sinner can ever portray Christ as He was without sin. Also I believe Christ to be Lord and King as what other king has ever given His life for the people. As for some Jewish people rejecting the Christ, it was necesary to have prophesy of Isiaiah 53 fullfilled, and so that the prophesy “Salvtion is of the Jews could be fullfilled, as Peter, Mark, Paul were all of Jewish descent, therefore christians are adopted into spiritual Israel the same faith as Abraham, who believed God and it was counted to him as righteousnes. Also believing in Christ and looking to Him, we with the aid of the Holy Spirit which God pours into our hearts by looking to Christ, we are able to uphold the ten commandments, as this is the new covenant spoken of by God, who said “I will make anew covenant with them and write my laws on their hearts and minds. God bless

By Joanne on January 8, 2013 -- 4:54pm

This was well articulated but very sad all away around.

By Akiva on December 8, 2016 -- 3:50am

Those people living during the alleged life of Jesus said that Jesus was a sinner (John 9:16).  Read Isa 53 in context for clear understanding.  The servant is Israel.  The redeemer shall come to Zion, and unto them that turn from transgression in Jacob, saith the Lord. (Isa 59:20).  The new covenant is with Israel but then it will be written on their hearts.

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