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Is Jesus the most contraversial Person in history?
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Jesus made many claims that are contraversial. He healed on the Sabbath, He forgave sins, He claimed to be the Way Truth and Life. He literally claimed to be God here" https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=john+8&version=KJV . He alone has the power to "keep" those the Father gives Him, here: https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=john+17:12&version=KJV



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  • There has been a lot of glorification of Jesus due to Christianity and other religions and writings containing him as a primary character.

    Historically, Jesus was essentially an ancient version of a hippie, promoting non-violence, love towards everyone, and bowing to morals and principles as opposed to governments and kings. There is not much room for controversy here.
  • YeshuaBought,

    Well, if you know your Bible and Oral Torah, you’d know that is perfectly okay, in fact, required that we heal a wound on Shabbat. See, without the Oral Law you have no idea what Jesus was doing there in John. Many in the Jewish community purpose that he was a Pharisee, and for good reason. After all, what is Jesus doing telling us in Matthew that the Pharisees sit “in Moses’ seat”? Obviously, this is just not some chair. Also, without our blessed mesorah, please explain to me what a “Shabbat’s day journey” in the book of Acts mean? See, you can only understand this stuff in the New Tearament through knowledge of our Oral Torah - the same Oral Torah G-d gave to Moshe at the foot of Mount Sinai. It’s unbelivable, our holy tradition now helps us understand your book, who would have thought!

    Kol Tov and a good Yom Kippur

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