Modern nominally Protestant Christians, disobedient, inconsistent and dishonest followers of the Roman Papacy, can’t tell you what parts of the Bible they follow to save their lives. Ask them why they don’t keep the Sabbath, they’ll tell you, oh that’s all old testament Jewish law. Ask them why they tithe, don’t marry their sister, and don’t have sex with animals, and they’ll quote you old testament Jewish law. Ask them why pre-marital sex is wrong and they’ll quote you some passages from the New Testament that do not forbid pre-marital sex but only forbid immorality in general. When faced with this problem, again, they’ll quote you old testament Jewish law. Press them further and they’ll give you some full Preterism and tell you all things have been restored, there are no more types and shadows and we’re back in the garden of Eden. Really? So why are you wearing clothes? Why do you eat meat? Sigh………
Folks, the issue is, these people are cluelessly following Rabbinic Talmudic doctrine. It’s called the Noahide Laws. The Jewish Encyclopedia states in its article “Gentile”,
“Gentiles May Not Be Taught the Torah.
Inasmuch as the Jews had their own distinct jurisdiction, it would have been unwise to reveal their laws to the Gentiles, for such knowledge might have operated against the Jews in their opponents’ courts. Hence the Talmud prohibited the teaching to a Gentile of the Torah, “the inheritance of the congregation of Jacob” (Deut. xxxiii. 4). R. Johanan says of one so teaching: “Such a person deserves death” (an idiom used to express indignation). “It is like placing an obstacle before the blind” (Sanh. 59a; Ḥag. 13a). And yet if a Gentile study the Law for the purpose of observing the moral laws of Noah, R. Meïr says he is as good as a high priest, and quotes: “Ye shall therefore keep my statutes, and my judgments, which if a man do, he shall live in them” (Lev. xviii. 5). The text does not specify an Israelite or a Levite or a priest, but simply “a man”—even a Gentile (‘Ab. Zarah 26a).
Resh Laḳish (d. 278) said, “A Gentile observing the Sabbath deserves death” (Sanh. 58b). This refers to a Gentile who accepted the seven laws of the Noachidæ, inasmuch as “the Sabbath is a sign between God and Israel alone,” and it was probably directed against the Christian Jews, who disregarded the Mosaic laws and yet at that time kept up the observance of the Jewish Sabbath. Rabbina, who lived about 150 years after the Christians had changed the day of rest to Sunday, could not quite understand the principle underlying Resh Laḳish’s law, and, commenting upon it, added: “not even on Mondays [is the Gentile allowed to rest]”; intimating that the mandate given to the Noachidæ that “day and night shall not cease” (=”have no rest “) should be taken in a literal sense (Gen. viii. 22)—probably to discourage general idleness (ib. Rashi), or for the more plausible reason advanced by Maimonides, who says: “The principle is, one is not permitted to make innovations in religion or to create new commandments. He has the privilege to become a true proselyte by accepting the whole Law” (“Yad,” Melakim, x. 9). R. Emden (), in a remarkable apology for Christianity contained in his appendix to “Seder ‘Olam” (pp. 32b-34b, Hamburg, 1752), gives it as his opinion that the original intention of Jesus, and especially of Paul, was to convert only the Gentiles to the seven moral laws of Noah and to let the Jews follow the Mosaic law—which explains the apparent contradictions in the New Testament regarding the laws of Moses and the Sabbath.”
And again the Jewish Encyclopedia states in its article “Saul of Tarsus”,
“According to Acts xiii., xiv., xvii-xviii. (see Jew. Encyc. ix. 252-254, s.v. New Testament), Paul began working along the traditional Jewish line of proselytizing in the various synagogues where the proselytes of the gate and the Jews met; and only because he failed to win the Jews to his views, encountering strong opposition and persecution from them, did he turn to the Gentile world after he had agreed at a convention with the apostles at Jerusalem to admit the Gentiles into the Church only as proselytes of the gate, that is, after their acceptance of the Noachian laws (Acts xv. 1-31)”
Hmmm…. So Rabbinic Talmud law states that the Torah is not for Gentiles, that there are two completely separate paths of Salvation and Law for Jews and Gentiles, the Jewish of course in a position of supremacy of significance, and Acts 15 is the New Testament re-affirmation that Gentiles don’t have to keep the Sabbath or any Laws of the Torah other than the Noahide. Does that sound familiar folks? This is what the Church teaches! This is what Faith and Heritage teaches. Folks, the Church got these ideas from the Mystic Rabbinic Jews, just like they got the doctrines of the mediation of dead Saints (2 Macc. 15:12-16) and Purgatory with the Rabbinic doctrine of Abraham’s Bosom. Now, we know the Rabbinic tradition is wrong because the Sabbath was ordained in the first week of creation (Gen. 2:3). Noah received the laws of clean and unclean (Gen. 7:2-8); and all before there was any such thing as a Jew or a Nation of Israel. Moreover we know their view of Acts 15 is wrong because as Paul is passing out the decrees of Acts 15 he circumcises a Gentile in Acts 16.
And now, to Faith and Heritage: Recently, Faith and Heritage published an article entitled: The Blasphemy of Judeo-Christianity and the Heresy of the Holocaust. This article supposedly portrayed the platform of Faith and Heritage as staunchly against the Talmud and Rabbinic tradition. Yet, the Platform of Faith and Heritage aligns itself explicitly with the Talmudic Noahide position on the Torah and the Sabbath.
Of course my comment was deleted from the Faith and Heritage blog but I managed to confront one of the main writers at Faith and Heritage, Nil Desperandum:
And like a total chicken-shit he not only recoiled in fear from the debate invitation, of course he deleted my comments:
This brings me to an important question: Nil, who are you working for? You obviously don’t want to know the truth. You obviously have refused to continue the Protestant Reformation. You know that we have come to this place in our Nation’s history as there has been a Christian church in every neighborhood and almost on every block. Your own tradition will tell you that this cannot happen to a nation without their being sin as the cause. (Deut. 28) You know very well that these issues of the Torah are exactly why we are here. When our ancestors were defending slavery, they would of course do so by use of the Torah. And yet when faced with the Torah’s Sabbath and cleanliness laws, when faced with the Torah’s clear condoning of polygamy, etc., they would sink in the quicksand of their own hypocrisy! This forces me to take a stand against you and anyone else advocating the Noahide laws. The Noahide law doctrine is precisely why we are in this genocide! And what’s with that pic of Charlemagne Nil? What message exactly are you trying to portray? That you are in favor with us going back to the Holy Roman Empire? What’s your real motive Nil?