Following Jesus… Out of Christianity – Ross Nichols


‘They have Moses and the prophets; let them hear them.’ And he said, ‘No, father Abraham; but if one goes to them from the dead, they will repent.’ But he said to him, ‘If they do not hear Moses and the prophets, neither will they be persuaded though one rise from the dead.’ – Luke 16:29-31

Roots of Faith Article: Following Jesus…Out of Christianity

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  1. Hope says

    Great points.

  2. Joann Waldon says

    Awesome discussion! I really enjoyed listening :–) How Ross Nichols describes his faith is exactly how I feel… Thank you Jono for having Ross Nichols on your show again :–)

  3. Diana says

    Sabbath Shalom! This is so good!!!! well done I will Kara to all who will listen to me as i teach this sabbath

  4. Mary R says

    Thanks, Jono, for providing a variety of great guests to bring Truth 2 the world. The message that Ross brings has really been enlightening for me and has certainly furthered my walk out of Christianity. I appreciate all your efforts in getting the message out and pray that YHVH will keep you encouraged in spite of any negative comments.

  5. Cymp says

    I would say faith “in” Yeshua (Jesus)

  6. Larry says

    All people would be served by following Yeshua out of Christianity. Although the belief of most “Christians” is that they do follow Yeshua, they are in fact following the Greek Jesus. YHVH, our creator, told us through Moshe that He would send one who we must SHAMA, listen to. Yeshua was this one. Yeshua told us we MUST follow Torah if we truly were to follow YHVH. This message has not been delivered and as YHVH told us, many will perish for lack of knowledge. We who have been blessed with this understanding are called to spread the good news. Do so as you can. Read – “The Big Lie” by Michael Cohen; The Hebrew Yeshua vs. the Greek Jesus by Nehemia Gordon; Return of the Kosher Pig by Itzhak Shapira
    In Yeshua’s love

  7. AnneLark says

    Wonderful interview! Don’t you love the Australian vis a vis the Southern Louisiana accents? Very succinct message. We search for our own truth, and respect people who are on different landing spots at any time. Any of us may adjust our understandings from time to time. Fascinating revelations, very clever turns of phrase, and common sense! Notice that Y’shua was offered the torah scroll to read, even though people assumed that Y’shua and his followers were too ignorant to read the Hebrew Torah Scroll, and had to read koine Greek instead! No, the regular man on the street DID read Hebrew Torah Scrolls! He listened to the Torah being read in Hebrew on the sabbath day. He probably even read in Hebrew during the week. Love it! Heaven and Earth were still there just a few minutes ago!! Very nice! Thank you Jono and Ross!

  8. Andre says

    I don’t agree with everything that was said – but certainly most of it. Yeshua certainly wasn’t creating a “new religion”…. Even His words about “turning the other cheeks” draws inspiration from Lamentations chapter 3. It’s sad to see the way things have turned out.

  9. Mimi says

    Thank you!

  10. Joel says

    The problem with this is, when Jesus/Yeshua read from the Isiah Scroll in the synagogue, He was reading from a Greek Septuagint that had not been written yet.

    The Septuagint that was first wrote, was only the first five books of Moses, the Septuagint Issiah was wrong after 50 AD. There is a clear difference in it.

    The Hebrew Bible does not have the passage in it the says “and recovering of sight to the blind” I the Issiah scroll. Only the Greek Septuagint has this passage in it

    Compare the above with

    Isaiah 61:1-2 in the LXX as well as in the Hebrew scriptures:

    LXX (Greek Septuagint Lancelot C. L. Brenton English translation of the LXX):

    “The Spirit of the Lord is upon me, because he has anointed me; he has sent me to preach glad tidings to the poor, to heal the broken in heart, to proclaim liberty to the captives, and recovery of sight to the blind; to declare the acceptable year of the Lord”

    Hebrew (as translated in the KJV):

    “The Spirit of the Lord GOD is upon me; because the LORD hath anointed me to preach good tidings unto the meek; he hath sent me to bind up the brokenhearted, to proclaim liberty to the captives, and the opening of the prison to them that are bound; To proclaim the acceptable year of the LORD”

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