You didn’t answer for what you said; you called his words heresy.
You didn’t say “I don’t think that’s right” you used the word “heresy”. That means something very specific RET.
Either you’re using the wrong word, or my estimation is correct.
Nope, salvation as in heaven, the land is simply a space for them to live in Covenant with God on Earth.
Overtones of salvation after death are muted in Judaism. The Torah isn’t meant to teach how to reach salvation, it’s meant to teach how to live a corporeal life, as a Jew. Failure results in corporeal punishment.
To put it another way, Christanity puts more onus on the afterlife, Judaism puts its on the life you’re living.
Knee-jerk use of insults is poor language use. You need to stop if you want to convey that your words can be trusted.
Nope, true. Justice was not applied universally, hence why Tribal wars of elimination could occur.
Judaism, existed as mahaneh, as a camp, putting its own existence, and the life of its members, before that of others. It would do this in even in periods of peace with other tribes.
In Christianity, you are tasked to put the needs of others before yourself regardless of who they are. It’s a complete revolution in priority.
It does, as those passages condemn reprisals, whereas the Old Testament expected reprisal, and lined out what they would be.
“The judges shall inquire diligently, and if the witness is a false witness and has accused his brother falsely, then you shall do to him as he had meant to do to his brother. So you shall purge the evil from your midst.”
When a similar instance of false accusation comes up in Matthew, “do the same to him”, does not appear.
This doesn’t deny what I said; the Torah is teaching guidance for living a Jewish life. That’s the primary way it is approached within Judaism. Messianic prophecy is a minor theme to them.
I guess you didn’t. The counsel of Jerusalem in Acts 15. Which they convened because gentiles were complaining. Paul condemning those who wanted circumcision as absolute law as “weaker brothers” in Galatians.
He continued it as custom for Hebrews, but denied any need for it to be spread among Gentiles.
He didn’t change text, but he did change practice and interpretation. He even denied historicity of Old testament books in 1 Corinthians 10, calling them “figurative”.
Yes you do; you can’t avoid that.
Christianity itself being disunified demonstrates this. It affects us all.
Which is where you admit you’re in a corner.
But heck, I can get specific.
My religion assumes the Pope is a conduit to God, you assume he’s not. That you “know” he’s not is something you can’t demonstrate factually to me. It’s just an assumption.