an extensive set of ancient rabbinic methods which few understand since he wasa Rabbi and a Pharisee par excellence.Let’s examine what Rabbi Paulos is saying in his letter. Is he saying that thelaw of God has ended? First let us exploit the contradiction in the way the texthas been translated from the witness of Luke in the books of Acts in the KingJames Version of the Bible.
(KJV) And they neither
found me in the temple
disputing withany man, neither raising up the people, neither
in the synagogues
, nor inthe city.
Since the law according to the many in Christendom has beenabrogated then what was Rabbi Paulos doing in the Jewish Temple? Yes it wasthe Jewish Temple and not a church where sacrifices were still being offered tothe Adonai of Israel and Rabbi Paulos was there praising Adonai. No one hadheard of the word “church” in the first century. Could those in Christendom standup who suggest the law has been abrogated and explain?
What was Rabbi Paulos doing in the synagogues because is it notthat only Jews go there and their primary teaching is centred on the law ofAdonai and the prophets? If you want to see then just see how they preach theTorah Parshah’s and Haftarah (sections of teachings from the prophets).Will the law breaker Christians now stand up please and repent of their wrongdoings and turn away from sin and promise to obey the Law of Adonai?These two questions should really spell out that Rabbi Paulos neveradvocated nor ever claimed rejection of the law of Adonai because one whorejects the law of Adonai will not be found in the Temple or synagogues of theJews the very place where the Torah/Law of Adonai is not only respected buttaught by the authorities of Judaism.So what in the world is the text conveying that has been so misused inchurches and seminaries and treated with such an ill regard and disrespect toAdonai? In fact all those that reject it today may it be Christians, Muslims orwhatever they like to be known as are under an active curse of Adonai as I shallprove a little later.
(AFNHSS) For Messiah is the
goal of the Torah
forrighteousness to everyone that believes.The words in the Greek for “goal” states ‘Telos nomou Chrestus,’ which manyChristian translators have incorrectly translated ‘end’ but its more accuratemeaning is ‘goal,’ or to reach a place. Telos that it is teleological to something,Rabbi Paulos was trying to show this the way the Greek is constructed it is not to