Why Yom Kippur, Talmud Prove Jesus Is the Final Sacrifice for Sin

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Did you know that the Talmud, one of Judaism's most sacred documents, indirectly proves that Yeshua was the final sacrifice for sins?

Quick note: In the video I mention that the Talmud was codified in 200 C.E. In truth, it was just the Mishna, the oral Law, that was codified at that time. The Mishna is part of the Talmud, but also includes the Gemara, a commentary on the Mishna, which was completed several hundred years later.

Quick note No. 2: So there is no confusion, most Messianic Jews, including myself, do not believe in an oral Law that was given to Moses on Sinai. We were merely saying that the book that Orthodox Jews revere says, "Such and such ..." But that should not be taken to mean that we hold the Talmud in the name light as Orthodox Jews. I think that is clear in the video, but at least one emailer thought we were equating the Talmud with Scripture.

Ron Cantor is an Israeli evangelist. He blogs at messiahsmandate.orgm and you can get his book, The Coming End-Time Awakening free at roncantor.com. Ron is on the leadership team of Tiferet Yeshua Congregation in Tel Aviv and is also the director of communications for Tikkun Global. He is the author of several books, including Identity Theft: How Jesus was Robbed of His Jewishness.

This article originally appeared at messiahsmandate.org.

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