It is surprising how one can believe that Jesus is the Messiah without first understanding what the New Testament really says. It is very sad when Jews fall within this category for then they have exchanged G-d, and His Torah for another (R"L).
It has been our experience that when one is shown its absurdities, misinterpretations, and mistranslations of our Hebrew Bible, one realizes their "friends" misled them.


Paul, who by tradition authored one half of the New Testament, employed devious means to make converts:
Romans 3:7 "If through my lies G-d's truth abounds to His glory, why am I still being condemned as a sinner?"
Philippians 1:18 "In every way whether in pretense or in truth Jesus is proclaimed, and in that I rejoice."
How is it possible to believe anything that he wrote?


Matthew 1:20 and Luke 1:31 describe "angels" appearing to Jesus' mother, and her husband informing them of her forthcoming "immaculate conception", and "virgin birth" to the "Son of G-d" the "Messiah". But the low opinion that his family and community had of Jesus rightfully causes one to doubt this visit:
Mark 3:21 "Upon hearing of it his family went out to seize him for they said: He is out of his mind!"

To offset the startling fact that Jesus' family thought that he was insane, some New Testament editions replace "they" with "people", although "they" is in the original Greek text.

John 7:5 "For even his brothers did not believe in him."
Luke 4:16 "And Jesus came to Nazareth where he had been brought up, and he went to the synagogue as his custom was on the Sabbath day..."

There, he hinted to his friends, and neighbors that he was the Messiah, however:
Luke 4:28 "When they heard this, all in the synagogue were filled with wrath. And they rose up, and put him out of the city, and led him to the brow of the hill on which their city was built that they might throw him down headlong."

How very strange it is that during all the years in which Jesus grew up with them, those closest to him did not notice that he was a "divine being"? And could it have been that his parents forgot, or didn't tell anyone what they experienced?


To "prove" that Jesus is the King Messiah, the New Testament traces his ancestry to King David through his son Solomon (Matthew 1:6-11). It was copied from 1 Chronicles 3:10-16. However, it included the accursed Jeconiah:

Jeremiah 22:28,30

"Is this man, Coniah, a despised, shattered image, man of his descendants shall succeed in sitting on the throne of David and ruling again in Judah."
His uncle, Zedekiah, succeeded him as the last king (II Kings 24:17).
Jeconiah and Coniah was the same person. Compare Jeremiah 27:20 with 37:1.

The Talmud (Sanhedrin 37a) declared that the curse was annulled. But followers of Jesus cannot accept this or any other part of our Oral Tradition which rejects him as the Messiah.
Hence, they claim that Jesus was not a descendant of Jeconiah because there was a break in the genealogy - Joseph was not his biological father. But this would mean that Jesus was not a direct descendant of Solomon, either. That alone disqualified him from being the Messiah:

I Chronicles 22:10

"...I will establish the throne of his [Solomon's] kingdom over Israel forever."

They also say that Jesus avoided the curse because Jeconiah was not listed in the alledged genealogy of Mary, his real mother (Luke 3:23-31). But:
1. As far as his followers were concerned the curse was still in effect.
2. Mary was not even named in Luke's genealogy!
3. The New Testament only claimed that Joseph was a descendant of David, not Mary (Luke 1:27, 2:4).
4. This was a different genealogy of Joseph. It traced him to Nathan, another son of David (I Chronicles 3:5). The Hebrew Bible does not have a genealogy of Nathan.


There are statements in the New Testament which we should think are quite bizarre. They were intended to attract and convert pagans from other "god-man" religions to a belief in Jesus:
1. Melchizedek, the king of Salem in the time of Abraham (Genesis 14:18), is depicted as an eternal divine being:

Hebrews 7:3

"He is without father, without mother, without genealogy, and has neither beginning of days nor end of life, but resembling the Son of G-d, he continues a priest forever."
According to this, Melchizedek is a better candidate for the trinity than Jesus:
He is without father or mother, whereas everyone agrees that Jesus had a mother.
He had no ancestors, whereas Jesus was supposedly descended from King David (Matthew 1:1-16).
He had no origin, existing eternally, whereas Jesus had a beginning when he was created.

Colossians 1:15

"He [Jesus] is the image of the invisible G-d, the first born of all creation...."

Mathew 2:16

2. "Then Herod, when he saw that he had been tricked by the wise men, was in a furious rage, and he sent and killed all the male children in Bethlehem and in all that region who were two years old or under,..."

A holocaust of such dimensions involving untold numbers of innocent babies would not have gone unreported by the Talmudic Sages, Josephus and the other ancient historians.

Matthew 27:51-53

3. "And behold, the curtain of the Temple was torn in two, from top to bottom; and the earth shook, and the rocks were split; and the tombs were opened, and many bodies of the saints who had fallen asleep arose, and came out of the tombs after his resurrection, and went into the holy city and appeared to many."

Had this event actually occurred, the historical accounts would be filled with awe inspiring, detailed descriptions of the attendant hysteria and happiness as "many" people rose from the dead, and were reunited with their families and friends. Yet aside from this single passage, silence is all that has been handed down to us.
A similar statement could be made if Jesus was really resurrected.
And why was his "resurrection" more significant and consequential than theirs?


According to the New Testament, Jesus told his disciples that he would be resurrected:

Matthew 17:22-23

"As they were gathering in Galilee, Jesus said to them: 'The Son of man is to be delivered into the hands of men, and they will kill him, and he will be raised on the third day.' And they were greatly distressed.'"

But it is clear that they were not expecting him to be resurrected, and that the man who appeared to them was not Jesus:

Matthew 28:16-17

1. "Now the eleven disciples went to Galilee, to the mountain to which Jesus had directed them. And when they saw him they worshipped him; but some doubted."

Mark 16:12-13

2. "After this Jesus appeared in another form to two of them, as they were walking into the country. And they went back and told the rest, but neither did they believe them."

Elsewhere we are enlightened as to what "another form" means:

Luke 24:16

3. "But their eyes were kept from recognizing him."

John 20:20

4. "When Jesus had said this, he showed them his hands and his side. Then the disciples were glad when they saw the Lord."

And who did they think he was before he showed them some bruises?

John 21:12

5. "...Now none of the disciples dared ask him: 'Who are you?' They knew that it was the Lord."

If "They knew that it was the Lord," then why should the question "Who are you?" come to mind?


We are told that Jesus came to earth to voluntarily die for the sins of mankind. Becoming the ultimate sin atonement and Savior of the world:
I Corinthians 15:3 "...Jesus died for our sins in accordance with the Scriptures."
I Peter 3:18 "For Jesus also died for sins once for all, the righteous for the unrighteous."

However, his state of mind prior to, and at his crucifixion, does not substantiate this tenet of faith:
1. Hebrews 5:7 "Jesus prayed with loud crying, supplications and tears to the One able to save him from death, and he was heard because he feared."
2. Matthew 27:46 "About the ninth hour, Jesus cried out with a loud voice: 'My G-d, my G-d, why have You forsaken me?'"
3. Luke 22:43 "And there appeared an angel to him from heaven strengthening him. And being in agony he prayed more earnestly, and his sweat was as great drops of blood falling down to the ground."


The Messiah will be an individual who has attained such an exalted spiritual level as to be prepared to commune with G-d at any time. As the leader and role model for all humanity, he will relate to and interact with all nations, cultures and individuals. He will be the perfect servant of G-d:
Isaiah 11:12 "The Spirit of G-d shall rest on him
The spirit of wisdom and understanding
The spirit of counsel and might
The spirit of knowledge and the fear of G-d."

In the situations quoted below determine for yourself if Jesus could have been this towering spiritual giant:
John 2:14-15 "In the Temple, he found people selling cattle, sheep and doves, with money changers seated at their tables. He made a whip out of cords, and drove them all out of the Temple, with the sheep and cattle. He poured out the coins of the money changers and overturned their tables."
Mark 11:16 "And he would not allow anyone to carry anything through the Temple."

Matthew 8:21 "Another of the disciples asked him: 'let me first go and bury my father.' But Jesus answered him:
'Follow me, and leave the dead to bury their own dead.'"

Matthew 23:33 "You serpents, you brood of vipers, how are you to escape being sentenced to hell?"

The Jewish People rejected Jesus because he did not meet the criteria for one to be the Messiah as our Prophets had taught us during the previous 1300 years. Non-Jews on the other hand were at a double disadvantage. They had only learned of Jesus' existence after his death. And they were not taught G-d's teachings about the Messiah and Messianic Era. Therefore, they could only rely on what missionaries told them.

In the 12th Century C.E. Rabbi Moshe Maimonides included in his Code of Jewish Law specifically what one must accomplish before he is known to be the Messiah:
(Mishne Torah Kings 11:4) "If a king will arise from the House of David who is learned in Torah, and observant of the commandments as prescribed by the Written and Oral Laws as King David his ancestor was. And he will compel all Israel to walk in the way of the Torah, and reinforce the breaches in its observance. And he will fight the wars of G-d, we may presume that he is the Messiah.
If he does these things, and is fully successful, builds the Third Temple in its place, and gathers the dispersed of Israel, then he is definitely the Messiah.
If he did not succeed to this degree, or he was killed, he surely is not the Messiah promised in the Torah."

According to our Jewish Law and Tradition, the only basis for identifying the Jewish Messiah, Jesus was definitely not him.