Category Archives: Messiah in OT in work of atonement

Response to Paul Williams and Jewish Rabbi Tovia Singer

https://bloggingtheology.com/2021/03/31/blogging-theology-in-conversation-with-rabbi-tovia-singer/comment-page-1/#comment-56541 Paul Williams interviewed the Jewish Rabbi, Tovia Singer. https://bloggingtheology.com/2021/03/31/blogging-theology-in-conversation-with-rabbi-tovia-singer/ Here is my response: Please listen to the whole discussion and you will see why I made the comments that I did. Of course Rabbi Tovia Singer rejects Jesus as … Continue reading

Posted in Answering Jewish objections to Jesus, Apologetics, Gospel according to Luke, Isaiah 53, Islam, Leviticus, Liberal Theology, Messiah in OT in work of atonement, Muslims, OT Prophetic Texts, OT scholarship, Substitutionary Atonement, The Book of Daniel | 1 Comment

Moses wrote about Jesus the Messiah

This article claims that John 5:46 is wrong and that Jesus did not say it and that Moses did not write about the coming Messiah Jesus. Yet Jesus Himself said that Moses DID write and predict Him. John 5:46 If … Continue reading

Posted in Apologetics, Atonement for sin, Genesis, Gospel according to John, Islam, Messiah in OT in work of atonement, Muslims, OT Prophecies, Prophesy Fulfilled | 19 Comments

Main points of Daniel 9:24-27 in response to Muslim questions about forgiveness of sins and sacrifices in OT

Muslims are forced to question the atonement and the need for sacrifices for forgiveness of sins, because of Islam’s denial of it and the Qu’ran’s denial of the crucifixion, death, and atonement of the Messiah. (Surah 4:157) See discussion here.  … Continue reading

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