Deuteronomy Proofs

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The trinity exists in the form of “God the Father,” “Jesus the Son,” and the “Holy Spirit/Ghost” (Deuteronomy 6:4).

The Hebrew in this verse refers to God by His different Names and not as three different manifestations.

Jesus was a prophet like Moses (Deuteronomy 18:15-16; John 5:45-47; John 6:14).

The prophet of the future Israel will share Moses’ saintly qualities and was in fact Joshua. This prophecy has already been fulfilled (Deuteronomy 31:7-8; Deuteronomy 34:9).

If Jesus was in fact a prophet, he has shown himself to be a false prophet (Deuteronomy 18:22). The kingdom of God never happened. This only proves that Jesus was a false prophet (Luke 9:27). Jesus ignored the eternal laws of Shabbat (Deuteronomy 13:2-4) and taught others to do the same. He proved himself a false prophet (Mark 2:23-28).

What are the signs and wonders before the end times according to Jesus (Matthew 24:1-14)?

*The Temple would be destroyed.

*There will be rumors of wars.

*There will be famines, pestilence, and earthquakes around the world.

*Jesus’ followers would be killed.

*False prophets will arise.

*Lawlessness will abound.

*The gospel will be brought to the world.

All of these signs were to occur during the disciples’ lifetimes (Matthew 23:36) but these signs and wonders did not come to pass, which means that Jesus was a false prophet.

Jesus was a prophet like Moses who will prophecy (Deuteronomy 18:18; John 1:45; John 8:28-29; Acts 3:22; Acts 7:37).

The prophet of the future Israel will share Moses’ saintly qualities and was in fact Joshua. This prophecy has already been fulfilled (Deuteronomy 31:7-8; Deuteronomy 34:9).

If Jesus was in fact a prophet, he has shown himself to be a false prophet (Deuteronomy 18:22). The kingdom of God never happened. This only proves that Jesus was a false prophet (Luke 9:27). Jesus ignored the eternal laws of Shabbat (Deuteronomy 13:2-4) and taught others to do the same. He proved himself a false prophet (Mark 2:23-28).

Jesus did not always do what pleased God (John 8:29). Jesus did not honor his father and mother and taught others to do the same (Exodus 20:12; Matthew 10:34-37; Matthew 12:47-49).

The numerous sins committed by Jesus shows that he did not always do things that please God (Exodus 22:20; Matthew 15:22-26).

Jesus took away the curse of the law (Deuteronomy 21:22-23; Galatians 3:10-13).

Galatians 3:10 is taken from Deuteronomy 27:26 however, we are told that we must keep the eternal laws of the Torah (Leviticus 11:44-45). Yet, Jesus taught the opposite – one example is in Mark 7:18-19.

Galatians 3:11 is taken from Habakkuk 2:4. This chapter is talking about the Babylonian exile. This verse has nothing to do with “living by faith”. It is a prophecy about Jehoiachin and how his righteousness shall stand up for him (II Kings 25:27-30).

Galatians 3:12 is taken from Leviticus 3:5. As has already been shown above, there is no teaching that one is to “live by faith”.

Galatians 3:13 is taken from Deuteronomy 21:22-23. The reason for the “hanging on a pole” is because the person committed a sin for which he is given the death penalty. In the time of Jesus, the Jews had no authority to render a death penalty, let alone carry it out. So, the Jews did not crucify Jesus. Nowhere in these verses does it say that everyone “who hangs on a tree” is cursed. What it does say is that a human being who was crucified is a blasphemy and a defilement of the land. This is a blasphemy because mankind in made in God’s image and the Children of Israel are God’s children. There is no mention of a curse upon a human in these verses. Therefore, Galatians 3:13 is a made-up connection to a portion of a verse that does not even exist.

If the law is a “curse” then why was it still practiced after Jesus’ death (Acts 21:26)?