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These Things You Should Have Done (Paperback)
Did Jesus sin?
Or was Jesus the only one to ever follow God's Law perfectly and not sin?
If you believe Jesus was a perfect keeper of God's Law, then this book will
intrigue you and challenge your beliefs about the Bible. That's because most
New Testament doctrine teaches how Jesus violated the Sabbath, declared
all foods clean, waived away the Law against adultery and violated many other
Old Testament commands. How can that be? Is Jesus a sinner or is man-made
doctrine and interpretation wrong? We believe it is the latter. Read this book
and discover how Jesus did indeed keep the Law perfectly. Shalom in Yeshua.
The purpose of this book is primarily to help the reader understand a key
concept in the bible which has been misunderstood or misinterpreted so
ubiquitously for so long that the truth of it will seem foreign to most people who
claim to believe the bible is inspired by God. It's born out of a desire to reform
the faith back to its roots in the days of the Apostles themselves. Jesus came to
correct errors of His day and put our faith on the correct path. But error crept
back into that faith at the earliest moments, even during the Apostles lifetimes.
Wouldn't it be great if we could go back to that time and learn directly from the
Apostles themselves? In a limited sense we can, because the Apostles wrote
many letters surviving to this day in the bible.
What is presented here will likely be opposed to much of what a typical biblical
follower and churchgoer has frequently heard. In scripture, we see God asking
mankind to do certain things and neither Jesus nor the Apostles abolished them.
God, through Jesus and the Apostles, urges mankind to keep His commandments
and those who do are frequently classified as Torah-Keepers, or Messianic
Torah-Keepers. Therefore, this book is a defense of Messianic Torah-Keeper's
theology. I'm reminded of 1 Peter 3:15.
"but sanctify Christ as (YHWH) Lord in your hearts, always being ready to make
a defense to everyone who asks you to give an account for the hope that is in
you, yet with gentleness and reverence."
This book is an attempt to do just that. let us reason together and search the
scriptures daily to see if these things are so.