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How the NT corrupts Tanach texts

Eliyahu
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2/3/2016 7:07:02 PM
Posted: 10 months ago
Bs"d

Just like the Christians rip Tanach texts which have no bearing on the messiah whatsoever out of context, and then present them as "messianic prophecies fulfilled by JC", evenso the NT does the same.

For scary examples of the NT corrupting, twisting, and mistranslating Tanach texts, look here: https://sites.google.com...
Please be advised that everywhere in your translation of your OT when it is written "the LORD" with all capitals, then in the original Hebrew it says the four lettered name of God: Y-H-W-H. That name appears almost 7000 times in the Hebrew Bible.
Gentorev
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2/4/2016 4:48:38 AM
Posted: 10 months ago
At 2/3/2016 7:07:02 PM, Eliyahu wrote:
Bs"d

Just like the Christians rip Tanach texts which have no bearing on the messiah whatsoever out of context, and then present them as "messianic prophecies fulfilled by JC", evenso the NT does the same.

For scary examples of the NT corrupting, twisting, and mistranslating Tanach texts, look here: https://sites.google.com...

"When Israel was a child, I loved him, and out of Egypt I called my son.

Israel is a descendant of Shem the second born son of Noah, who was given the blessing of first born, because of what Canaan the first born of Ham, had done to Noah while he lay naked in his tent in a drunken stupor.

Genesis 9: 42; When Noah sobered up and realised what his youngest descendant 'Canaan,' had done to him, he cried out, "A curse on Canaan, etc.

It was because of this, that Ham, the father of Canaan Lost the rights of first born.

As the word of God does not reveal exactly what Canaan had done to his grandfather Noah, as he lay in a drunken stupor in his tent, we can only speculate as to what occurred. My own personal opinion is that he sodomised his grandfather, but like I said, that is only my personal opinion.

Shem, is the younger brother of Ham and Ham is the first born son of Noah and the father of Canaan. But Shem was given the blessing of first born which was removed from his elder brother, "Ham," because of what Canaan had done to his grand father Noah, as he lay naked in his tent in a drunken stupor. The scriptures tell us that Noah had begun his family after he had turned 500, If it had been after he turned 510, the bible would have stated that, if it was after Noah had turned 505, the bible would have said so, If it were after Noah turned 502, this would have been revealed in scripture, but no! The Bible tells us that it was after Noah turned 500 that he began his family.

Genesis 8: 4; On the seventeenth day of the seventh month of the six hundredth year of Noah, the boat came to rest on a mountain in the Ararat range, showing that Noah who began his family just after he turned 500, was six hundred years old when the flood came to its finish. Genesis 11: 10; These are the descendants of Shem. Two years after the flood, when Shem was 100 years old etc. here, the scriptures reveal to you that, Shem was born when Noah was 502.

Genesis 10: "Shem the older brother of Japheth, was the ancestor of all Hebrews." Knowing from God"s word, that Japheth was the younger brother of Shem, and being assured by the scriptures that Shem was born when Noah was 502, and that Noah began his Family after he turned 500; by using our God given intellect, we have deduced from all this, that Ham was the first born son of Noah.

When Noah divided the Land among his three sons, Shem received the middle portion, from the delta of the of the river of Egypt, north to Lebanon and south to India, while Ham received the land of Africa to the south, and Japheth received the land to the north of Lebanon, which according to the book of Jubilees 8: 30; It is said that the Land of Japheth included the five great islands and a great land in the north. But it is cold, and the land of Ham is Hot, and the land of Shem (The middle son) is neither hot nor cold, but it is of blended cold and heat.

The sons of Noah then divided their portion of land among their sons, and it is written in Jubilees 9: 14; "And thus the sons of Noah divided unto their sons in the presence of Noah their father, and he bound them all by an oath, imprecating a curse on everyone who sought to seize the portion that had not fallen to him by lot. And they all said, "So be it; so be it," for themselves and for their sons for ever throughout their generations til the day of judgement, etc."

Then in chapter 10: 29; we read; "And Canaan saw the land of Lebanon to the river Egypt, that it was very good, and he went not into the land of his inheritance to the west (That is to) the sea, and he dwelt in the land of Lebanon, eastward and westward from the border of the Jordan and from the border of the sea. And Ham his father, and Cush and Mizraim, his brothers said unto him: "Thou hast settled in a land which is not thine, and which did not fall to us by lot: do not do so; for if thou dost do so, thou and thy sons will fall in the land and be accursed through sedition; for by sedition ye have settled; and by sedition will thy children fall, and thou shalt be rooted out forever, etc.

The reason why God sent the descendants of Shem into the land of Ham/Egypt, the first born son of Noah, was because of what Canaan the youngest descent of Noah had done to him while he lay naked in his tent in a drunken stupor; Genesis 9: 24; When Noah sobered up and learned what his youngest son/descendant had done to him, he curse Canaan and blessed his second son Shem to who he then bestowed the blessing of first born. After Noah had transferred the blessing of firstborn to Shem, the Lord God then had to remove from Ham the spirit of Firstborn and implant it into the expanded body of Shem.

See Galatians 4: 29; Isaac is a prototype of Jesus and he too was born of God"s promise according to the workings of the Holy Spirit, who had the King of Egypt/Ham take Sarai as his wife, and the two became one. Anyone who breeds pedigrees will know that if their pedigree bich is impregnated by a mongrel and semen is introduced into the bich, whether or not conception occurs with that mating, any future offspring from that bich will carry certain characteristics of the mongrel, for the two had become one.

Because of a severe drought in the land of Canaan, Abraham took Sarai into the land of Egypt where they told everyone that Sarai was the sister to Abraham, which she was, or rather his half-sister, the King saw the beautiful one from the north and took her as his wife.

After the poor deceived king was hit with many diseases and realised what the cause of his punishment was, he called Abraham to him, who he had treated so well while Sarai had lived with him as his wife, giving him gifts of flocks of sheep and goats, cattle, donkeys, slaves and camels etc, and the King said to Abraham, "What have you done to me, why did you say she was your sister and let me take her as my wife, here is your wife take her and get out.

He then gave orders to his men, so they took Abraham and put him out of the country together with his wife and everything he owned, which included the gifts of flocks of sheep and goats, cattle, donkeys slaves and camels etc that the poor deceived king had bestowed on Abram while the king was living with Sarai as husband and wife.

Then when the 90 year old Sarai, who, apparently had been unable to ever carry a pregnancy to its full term, was told by the angel that she would become pregnant by Abraham, the Holy Spirit moved Abraham to travel down south to Mamre, which was in the territory of Abimelech, where again Abraham told Sarah to say that she was his sister, which in fact she was, as she was the biologic daughter of Abrahams biological father, but not of his mother.

Abimelech believed that by taking the aged sister of the wealthiest man in the country, he might share in that wealth. After Sarah had been placed in the harem of Abimelech, the Holy Spirit of God then caused all the pregnant women in the Harem to miscarry and made it impossible for any to fall pregnant. Undoubtedly the greatest medical minds in that country at that time, would have been called in to administer to all the women in the harem, including Sarah, any plant/drugs that were known to increase fertility and inhibit natural abortions.

To be continued.
Gentorev
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2/4/2016 4:52:02 AM
Posted: 10 months ago
Continued from Post #2.

Abimelech who had not touched Sarah, was then warned in a dream of the dire consequences if he did not return Sarah to Abraham, which he did the very next morning, with sheep, cattle and slaves and 1000 pieces of silver as proof to all that Sarah was innocent of any wrong doing. Sarah then became pregnant to her half brother Abraham, according to the workings of the Holy Spirit, and Isaac was born with certain genetic characteristics of the King of Egypt who was a descendant of Ham the first born of Noah.

The descendants of Shem the second born, were then sent into the land of first born, where for some hundreds of years, they interbred with the descendants of Ham, til God destroyed every first born descendant of Ham in that country, who were not of the genetic line of Shem, and it was then that he called his son/Israel in which nation was the spirit of the first born, out of Egypt.
TheWORDisLIFE
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2/4/2016 5:49:25 AM
Posted: 10 months ago
At 2/3/2016 7:07:02 PM, Eliyahu wrote:
Bs"d

Just like the Christians rip Tanach texts which have no bearing on the messiah whatsoever out of context, and then present them as "messianic prophecies fulfilled by JC", evenso the NT does the same.

For scary examples of the NT corrupting, twisting, and mistranslating Tanach texts, look here: https://sites.google.com...

How the "white" Jew-ish corrupt the entire planet earth is a better topic :)
Gentorev
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2/4/2016 6:17:17 AM
Posted: 10 months ago
At 2/4/2016 5:49:25 AM, TheWORDisLIFE wrote:
At 2/3/2016 7:07:02 PM, Eliyahu wrote:
Bs"d

Just like the Christians rip Tanach texts which have no bearing on the messiah whatsoever out of context, and then present them as "messianic prophecies fulfilled by JC", evenso the NT does the same.

For scary examples of the NT corrupting, twisting, and mistranslating Tanach texts, look here: https://sites.google.com...

How the "white" Jew-ish corrupt the entire planet earth is a better topic :)

Hey! Eliyahu looks like you are going to have to call in some pest controllers; the white ants are getting into your posts. Filthy damned termites.
RuvDraba
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2/4/2016 6:31:08 AM
Posted: 10 months ago
At 2/3/2016 7:07:02 PM, Eliyahu wrote:
Just like the Christians rip Tanach texts which have no bearing on the messiah whatsoever out of context, and then present them as "messianic prophecies fulfilled by JC", evenso the NT does the same.

Just so you know we don't always disagree, Eliyahu, I agree. :)

Christians whose culture and traditions had little to do with Judaism seem to have taken the Tanakh out of its traditional context in order to claim an ancient cultural ancestry they didn't actually share. Notions of tribal offense became ideas of personal sin, the moshiach's role was expanded -- seemingly to incorporate Zoroastrian, Pagan Greek and Hellenicised Judaistic ideas, and thanks to early Christian fathers cosying up to autocrats of a faltering Roman empire, it became more widely-known and popular than its older lineage.

It's a pity, because it interferes with the appreciation of Judaic culture and history in its own context. On the other hand, it has promoted the texts a lot more than they otherwise would have been -- and the success of that revisionist endeavour may have given rise to the Arab-nationalistic 'me-too' offshoot that is Islam too.

So I think it's a mixed bag of backhanded benefits and insults. However, had Christianity not appeared, it's hard to see how disapora Jews would have resettled Palestine. So be thankful for that at least. :)
Gentorev
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2/4/2016 7:09:34 AM
Posted: 10 months ago
At 2/4/2016 6:31:08 AM, RuvDraba wrote:
At 2/3/2016 7:07:02 PM, Eliyahu wrote:
Just like the Christians rip Tanach texts which have no bearing on the messiah whatsoever out of context, and then present them as "messianic prophecies fulfilled by JC", evenso the NT does the same.

Just so you know we don't always disagree, Eliyahu, I agree. :)

Christians whose culture and traditions had little to do with Judaism seem to have taken the Tanakh out of its traditional context in order to claim an ancient cultural ancestry they didn't actually share. Notions of tribal offense became ideas of personal sin, the moshiach's role was expanded -- seemingly to incorporate Zoroastrian, Pagan Greek and Hellenicised Judaistic ideas, and thanks to early Christian fathers cosying up to autocrats of a faltering Roman empire, it became more widely-known and popular than its older lineage.

It's a pity, because it interferes with the appreciation of Judaic culture and history in its own context. On the other hand, it has promoted the texts a lot more than they otherwise would have been -- and the success of that revisionist endeavour may have given rise to the Arab-nationalistic 'me-too' offshoot that is Islam too.

So I think it's a mixed bag of backhanded benefits and insults. However, had Christianity not appeared, it's hard to see how disapora Jews would have resettled Palestine. So be thankful for that at least. :)

Yea! Some are very ambiguous, take for instance Acts 1: 20; thought to be taken from Psalms 69: 25 and Psalms 109: 8.