MemberAugust 15, 2020 at 4:57 pm
I could ask you the same question in reverse. How do you reconcile Jesus supposedly being the savior of humanity vs Matthew 15:24, Matthew 10:5-7 and Romans 15:8? Bearing in mind that Christianity is a universal religion, whereas the God of Israel is a nationalist. He chose Israel to be his people, not the whole world. So I have reason to believe that the New Testament scribes who translated the Bible from Hebrew to Greek had an agenda to make Christ a universal savior, as opposed to the savior of Israel only. In order for the Gentiles to write themselves into scripture and prophesy.
The Bible was written by Israelites, to Israelites for Israelites. And likewise Christ was an Israelite, was sent to Israelites and who died for Israelites. The only way Gentiles can be saved is if they are grafted into the congregation of the house of Israel. But Christianity teaches a universal gospel. A “God loves everyone” gospel. A “we are all children of God” gospel. Nothing could be further from the truth. God beget Israel only, not humanity. Jesus is the savior of Israel only, not humanity. God’s eternal covenant is with the nation of Israel only, not humanity.