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What do Christians think of the Jewish messiah?

Discussion in 'Christianity and World Religion' started by Godistruth1, Aug 20, 2018.

  1. Robban

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    Those alive at the time of the resurrection.

    According to the Zohar,
    immediately before the resurrection ,

    all those that are alive at the timewill momentarily die,
    and then instantaneously be resurrected.

    This is in fulfillment of the verse (Genesis 3:19)
    "For you are dust and to dust you shall return."


    "Just as a person goes, so he will return.
    If he died blind, deaf or mute,
    he will return blind, deaf or mute.

    As he goes clothed , he will return clothed,
    God said, "Let them rise as they went---and afterwards I will heal them."

    Midrash Rabbah, Genesis 95.


    Actually, I will let you into a little secret,

    I do not know why I wrote that, (post #37) have been thinking about it all day myself.
     
    Last edited: Aug 22, 2018
  2. AV1611VET

    AV1611VET SCIENCE CAN TAKE A HIKE Supporter

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  3. Robban

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    "Should there arise a King from the house of David,
    one who studies Torah and fulfills it,s precepts,

    who will prevail upon all of Israel to follow it and repeair it,s breaches,
    and will wage the battle of God--he is presumed to be Moshiach.

    If he did so and was successful,
    and he built the Holy Temple on it,s site and gathered the dispersed of Israel---he is certainly Moshiach.

    He will then correct the entire world to serve God together, as is written:

    "For then I shall turn to the nations a pure tongue,
    that all shall call upon the name of God to serve Him as one"

    Maimonides (Mishnah Torah) Laws of Kings 11:4.

    The Rebbes ruling that Moshiach ---even after his physical departure from us---
    can and will return and redeem us.

    There are sources from several hundred years ago suporting the idea that Moshiach can come from the dead.



    Isaiah 11:1
    Jeremiah 23:5-6
    Jeremiah 33:14.....
    2 Samuel 7:12-16
    Psalms 89
    Moshiach is often referred to as David.

    Hosea 3:5
    Jeremiah 30:9
    Ezekiel 34:23-24
    Ezekiel 37:24-25.
     
  4. GeorgeTwo

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    Jesus is the Messiah, the Qur'an confirms this as well.
     
  5. ewq1938

    ewq1938 Well-Known Member Supporter

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    The Qur'an does not support ISA as being the Messiah.
     
  6. GeorgeTwo

    GeorgeTwo Member

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    Yes, it does.

    Surah 4:157



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    And for their saying, "Indeed, we killed the Messiah, Isa, son (of) Maryam, (the) Messenger (of) Allah." And not they killed him and not they crucified him but it was made to appear (so) to them. And indeed, those who differ in it (are) surely in doubt about it. Not for them about it [of] (any) knowledge except (the) following (of) assumption. And not they killed him, certainly.
     
  7. ewq1938

    ewq1938 Well-Known Member Supporter

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    I was incorrect. I meant they deny he is the Son of God. I confused the two things.
     
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