Seven Laws of Noah
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Jesus was never “just a rabbi” he was the son of God and those who looked upon the face of Jesus saw God in action. Jesus was the manifestation of God. There is no other way to approach God and no other name under heaven by which we can be saved. If we are talking about translating words (the Logos) it is the difference between functional equivalence and dynamic equivalence. A literal translation or giving the sense of the word. Christians have expended so much energy debating the nature of Christ and his relationship with the Father. This muddying of the waters by the different -isims (Trinitarianism, Arianism , Sabellianism, Modalism, Unitarianism etc etc etc) is also result of Jewish sabotage perpetrated to force a barrier between Jews and Christians. It halted the conversion of Jews to Christianity and stopped the hemorrhaging because Jews could point to Christians as polytheists and idolators.
No Jew would ever believe that God had been put to death. However, Jews were discussing the relationship between the messiah and God in the first century. This is known as two powers theology and is why Jesus questioned them about Psalm 110 showing that the second lord (adoni) was invited to share the throne. Notice that the word “thrones” is plural but that does not necessarily mean more than one throne it is probably an intensive plural for amplification. The Psalm starts with the words; “A saying of Yahweh to my lord (adoni)”. Even the famous Rabbi Akiva ignited controversy (Sanhedrin 38b, The William Davidson Talmud, Sefaria.org) by stating that David (meaning Messiah) will sit next to HaShem on one of these thrones. (Seeing them as separate thrones in reality the “throne” is the mercy seat). Rabbi Akiva went on to declare Bar Kochba the messiah which set seal to the destruction and dispersion of the nation. So much for refusing to acknowledge the messiah-ship of Christ.
Psalm 110 twins with Psalm 2 where Yahweh proclaims the messiah (anointed) victorious and says: “I will declare the decree: the LORD hath said unto me, Thou art my Son; this day have I begotten thee”. The day of his resurrection is portrayed as the day of his birth (think here of born again/from above in John3) and his complete victory over the enemy (sin and death). The Catholic Church was subverted early on especially by the Jesuit movement who were all Jewish converts. It is pure deception to refer to the council in Acts 15 as an approval of Noahide laws. The council was an interim measure to placate Jewish Christians especially with regard to food laws and table fellowship. Followers of Christ live under the perfect law of liberty. They do not reside under the laws of Moses or Noah. They have been set free from the bondage of law which leads to death but now they act with a good conscience towards God. They no longer live under condemnation. On the other hand the Jews love the laws that they could not keep. When they become too onerous they change the interpretation of the laws using Pilpul making the word of God of no effect. They are law breakers. They love their law therefore God will judge them by their law. Christian take note. Noah was saved by faith:
"By faith Noah, being warned of God of things not seen as yet, moved with fear, prepared an ark to the saving of his house; by the which he condemned the world, and became heir of the righteousness which is by faith" (Heb 11.7)
P.s. The fear mentioned here does not mean that Noah was "afraid" but that he was motivated by "fear of the Lord" having respect and deference unto the creator.
Noah was given the sign of covenant mercy as a memorial after he was saved not before he was saved. He was not saved because of law keeping. Of course, the rainbow already existed it was just given special significance to remind Noah of divine mercy. The covenant was not just made with man but with every living creature (9:12) fowl, cattle, and of every beast (v10). The living creatures are the cherubim with the faces of an eagle (fowl) ox (cattle) lion (beast) and man (Noah). This was the divine promise (covenant) of the “living God” who dwells between the living creatures (cherubim) on the mercy seat not to destroy all flesh by means of a flood. It was a sign of mercy and grace not a sign of law. This is a promise that normal seasons and weather would continue until the end of the age:
"While the earth remaineth, seedtime and harvest, and cold and heat, and summer and winter, and day and night shall not cease" (Gen 8:21).
This promise will hold true until the time of the last judgement which will herald cataclysmic changes and usher in a New Heavens and a New Earth.
Note that under the covenant made with Noah there were no unclean foods only a prohibition on consuming blood. The slaughter of animals for food was not prohibited but butchering other humans was (remember the earth was destroyed because it was filled with violence). Blood represented the life force and therefore the murder of a man is condemned because humans reflected the image of the divine. Noah was instructed (like Adam at creation) to be fruitful and multiply and fill the earth but the relationship between man and creation had changed to one of fear and dread (Gen 9:2) which is reflected in the next chapter where we are told that Nimrod was a mighty hunter (Gen 10:8). The so called Noahide laws are derived from the Talmud not from the Torah. The Jews do not understand their own scriptures (they never did). In short, Nohaide laws are a Jewish deception to subjugate the goyim and to charge practicing Christians with idolatry.