So Just How Many Messianic Prophecies Are There Really? – Rabbi Michael Skobac

After debunking the alleged 365 messianic prophecies in the Tanakh that Jesus supposedly fulfilled in the New Testament, the question becomes, how many specific passages are there in the Tanakh that deal directly with the prophesied King of Israel that presides during what is commonly referred to as the Messianic era?

Isaiah 11:1-12, Jeremiah 23:5-6, Jeremiah 30:1-11, Jeremiah 33:14-18, Ezekiel 34:23-30, Ezekiel 37:24-28, Hosea 3:4-5, Zechariah 9:9-10

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  1. David says

    Jono, I certainly understand why you have rejected Yeshua as Meshiak, but is your objection really Yeshua or perhaps is there some middle ground?

    I too have passed through this minefield in my biblical studies. I too grew up in the 60’s as a charismatic, speaking-in-tongues, holy-ghost baptism … the whole deal. As I grew and studied, I too learned to treasure the Tanakh! But, rather than reject Yeshua, I have rejected the Catholic Church (Christmas, Easter, Trinity, etc) and I reject the Catholic apostle, Paul, along with all his writings (including Hebrews). At this point I cringe when anyone calls me Christian because that usually implies Catholic descent and beliefs which I now find abhorrent. Unfortunately, the Rabbinites are no better, so I can’t be a Jew.

    However, I think I have found a middle ground. If you limit your beliefs to just the writings of the twelve apostles of Yeshua (gospels, James, John, Peter), what then is your objection? I don’t really have a name for this religion, perhaps Messianic Karaite?

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