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WHY THERE ARE NO BELIEFS IN JESUS BY JEWS


If the truth is evident in the look of two Jews that they are of the same lineage of Abraham, of the same laws of Moses, of the same cultures, and of the same scriptures why do they not cultivate the same messianic beliefs.

In Jewish eschatology, the Messiah is a future Jewish king from the Davidic line, who is expected to be anointed with holy anointing oil and rule the Jewish people during the Messianic Age and world to come. Originally, the Jewish nation had no kings. At Mount Sinai G‑d told Moses that if the Jews would follow in His ways, they would be “a kingdom of priests and a holy nation.” If they would serve the one true King, they would have no need for a mortal replacement.


When Jesus appeared he didn't call himself a king or messiah but a son of God. He didn't call himself the only son of God.

Therefore the perception is that the Jews fought against Jesus about those titles but there was no evidence of him calling himself these titles in his lifetime. Jesus left no impression that he was God or the messiah of nations but a savior of souls.


It was Tertullian called "the father of Latin Christianity" and "the founder of Western theology" who called Jesus a God through his concept called the trinity. You are calling Jesus something he never claimed to be. Therefore Jews are not so emotional accepting to your belief that Jesus was God or a savior. Because the laws and prophets did not identify him as such therefore Jews don't as well. So why do you when his own people don't accept the premise, base on argument, theory, or undertaking that Jesus is the messiah.