- Jul 20, 2019
Back to anachronism.“Like a puzzle,” authors Trent Hunter and Stephen Wellum write, “the pieces of the Bible…do fit together.” And they hope “you will get a clear understanding of the Bible’s unity and central message” (28, 29)—which includes the ways Jesus is found in the Old Testament. Here are seven ways. 1) Jesus…zondervanacademic.com
Whether you realize it or not (you probably don't), you're now speaking about the NEW Testament of Christianity which is a different subject to the Old Testament (Tanakh).
That's shifty of you.
The New Testament is to the old testament what the Talmud is, particularly with this subject.
For you the New Testament is your basis, not the Old Testament. You treat the old testament as simply supportive cushioning for the New Testament.
You don't seem to be able to grasp how silly you're being when contrasted with your opposition to the Talmud. Making arbitrary claims about Jesus is as useless as making Talmud claims to a Christian.
The problem here, again, is that you're evading the subject. The Old Testament has no Messiah. The Talmud and the New Testament however, do have their own pervasive conflicting views on the matter.