Because they are wilfully blind.We’re still waiting. You are correct.
they also believe that the easter bunny brings jelly beans. The notion thatCan you cite a reference for that?
At least once they did, as a Jew relates.
They cried out, "Away with him, away with him, crucify him!"(Jn 19:15)
They may not have pulled the trigger, but they sentenced him to that very sort of execution.
I understand, of course, that this is what Christians believe.
the nail in the cross was the attack on the money changers in theThe soldiers were mocking Jesus. Rome didn't care about Jesus. He was no threat to them. Jesus never challenged Roman authority. His kingdom was not of this world.
very silly and UNINFORMED response. The money changers wereThe moneychangers weren't Romans. They were cheating poor Jews not Rome.
very silly and UNINFORMED response. The money changers were
entrepreneurs controlled by ROME like the tax collectors. Their role was
WATCH THE MONEY. You bought into the idiotic sunday school thing
about "short changing" ? HISTORICALLY the pharisees despised them
just as they despised the tax collectors. The attack on the money changers
marked Jesus for what he was-----a pharisee rebel-----the romans hated
the pharisee rebels and crucified them whenever possible.
No, He actually meant what he said. For what it's worth, I don't care enough to want to convert you.That doesn’t mean he wanted to convert people to Christianity, which did not exist during his lifetime. He wanted to have people follow his teachings, which were primarily Jewish values and lessons.
take your own advice. Where in the discussion of messiah does theTalk sense.
seventh day adventist?No, He actually meant what he said. For what it's worth, I don't care enough to want to convert you.
BTW, I'm not a traditional Christian (Catholic rooted). I follow the apostles, prophets and Jesus who were SABBATH keepers, Holy Day observers, and obeyed the laws of clean and unclean meats. "Traditional" christians have their own sins to repent of.