Missionary Ken Temple’s embarrassing failure to answer my challenge about Moses

Ken Temple being Ken Temple…

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In an article by Ken on his blog entitled Moses wrote about Jesus the Messiah Ken insists (in reply to an earlier article by me on this blog) that “Moses DID write and predict Him” – ie Jesus’ death and resurrection – because the New Testament says so! This is a curious piece of irrelevancy and circular reasoning.

Ken fails to provide a single actual quotation from the Pentateuch where Moses allegedly mentions Jesus’ life, death and resurrection! This is because it does not exist. Here is the embarrassing discussion on Apologetics and Agape:

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Ken Temple says:

Thanks for your comment Paul.

It is not “evangelical spin” because the first century Jews and NT writers who accepted Jesus as the Son of God and Messiah – they are the ones who tell us the proper interpretation of the OT.

Jesus Al Masih المسیح…

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4 thoughts on “Missionary Ken Temple’s embarrassing failure to answer my challenge about Moses

  1. mr.heathcliff

    in other words the pagan temple who is dying in his idolatry has to read things into ot to find his pagan human sacrifice.

    just one question, where are hints and shadows that the udhiya of the yahood(especially the multiple levetical offerings) forshadow the worship of sacrifices human body like the idolatrous temple does?

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  2. mr.heathcliff

    “No, my point is that you already admitted that the disciples routinely misunderstood Jesus and put words in his mouth. And yet you appeal to those same stories to give you information about things like “the coming of the Holy Spirit”. ”

    imagine if the ashaab of prophet pbuh put words into the mouth of the prophet because they misunderstood him. we have situation in gospels which make modern day christians believe that yhwh became a levitical sacrifice based on the teachings of those who didnt get jesus .

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