Is It New Testament Doctrine?
If we now understand that the four books of MMLJ/BC were erroneously put into the New Testament by the Roman Catholic church in 1486 AD -
1. MMLJ/BC describe the last thirty-
2. In MMLJ/BC, Jesus declares more that 100 times that he is teaching the Old Testament law of Moses; not once did he ever state that he was teaching New Testament doctrine. In MMLJ/BC, several hundred times these Scriptures describe him teaching the Old Testament law of Moses; not once do they ever describe him teaching New Testament doctrine.
3. In MMLJ/BC, Christ addresses Old Testament Jews of Israel; only on rare occasions an alien Gentile. In MMLJ/BC, he never addresses or speaks to New Testament Christians. In fact, in MMLJ/BC, Jesus never used the word “Christian.”
4. In MMLJ/BC, Jesus was an Old Testament “Israelite” -
5. In MMLJ/BC, Jesus was an Old Testament “prophet,” not a New Testament “evangelist.” In MMLJ/BC, Jesus “restored” unfaithful” Jews back to God under the Old Testament law of Moses, he did not “save” alien sinners by the New Testament “gospel.”
6. In MMLJ/BC, Jesus preached only the Old Testament Mosaical “gospel” (Lk. 4:16-
7. In MMLJ/BC, Jesus preached the Old Testament plan of salvation in the law of Moses for Jews only (Matt. 19:16-
8. In MMLJ/BC, in the closing three years of the Old Testament Mosaical age, the angels proclaimed that Jesus was sent as the Messiah to be the “Savior” of only the “lost sheep of the house of Israel” (Matt. 1:21; 2:6). Jesus also confirmed his Old Testament mission to only the “lost sheep of the house of Israel” (Matt. 15:24). Christ’s death, burial and resurrection, he declared that the New Testament age, revelation of the New Covenant and establishment of the New Testament church would “begin” in Jerusalem.
9. In MMLJ/BC, every time Jesus used the word “disciple” or “brethren,” he was referring to the Old Testament Jewish children of God in Israel -
10. In MMLJ/BC, when Jesus commanded his “chosen” Jewish disciples to “follow” him, these commands applied only to Old Testament disciples in Israel, they do not apply to New Testament Christians today.
11. New Testament Christians cannot “follow” the Old Testament “religion” that Christ observed in MMLJ/BC. They cannot, as Christ did, worship God in the temple at Jerusalem (Jn. 2:12-