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Know your place goy slave

The Jews were slaves in Egypt. The Torah regulated the humane treatment of slaves which was an innovation at the time. The Hebrews are therefore a slave nation as Jesus reminded them of their slavery but they refused to acknowledge that fact although they were slaves to the Romans at the time: “They answered him, We be Abraham’s seed, and were never in bondage to any man: how sayest thou, Ye shall be made free?” (John 8:33). Jesus himself took on the role of a slave (the suffering servant). Slavery was a social institution for centuries in the ancient world and Christianity was concerned with the liberation from the bondage (slavery) of sin not about social revolution. However, it was Christianity operating from first principles that fought for the abolishing of slavery based on the Christian principal of universalism, namely that that all men have equal status before God (Gal 3:28). Nowhere does the Bible teach that anyone is created inferior. We are all made in the image of God. The Jews were given every advantage and they failed (Rom 3:1-6). Jesus, himself a Jew (and the messiah) has the last word on this: “Ye are of your father the devil, and the lusts of your father ye will do. He was a murderer from the beginning, and abode not in the truth, because there is no truth in him. When he speaketh a lie, he speaketh of his own: for he is a liar, and the father of it” (John 8:44). According to Jesus their father was the serpent (the desire to use enlightenment to become gods e.g. Homo Deus). Jesus, the suffering servant refused to do this. He put the Jewish serpent to death in his own body. The word serpent and messiah have the same gematria value in the Hebrew. Jesus killed the snake that enslaved humanity.

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Bro Nathanael is partly correct. The Torah revelation was fulfilled in Christ and in the New Covenant.   That does not make the old irrelevant because it becomes an important underpinning of the New.  But new wine must be placed in new wine skins otherwise the skins burst and all is wasted (Mark 2:22). It is Jesus who turns the water of baptism into the wine of the Eucharist (John 4:46) and in so doing fulfills the whole Torah. The Talmud is a Babylonian commentary established in Shinar (Zech 5:11) on its base as prophesied by Zechariah.    The Talmud is not holy, neither is the Zohar or the Kabbalah.