The Controversy Over King Messiah

Pharisaic Judaism believed that the Oral Law (see Ei – The Oral Law) was equal to, or even slightly greater than, the 613 commandments written by the human author Moses in the Torah. Thus, the Great Sanhedrin (see Lg – The Great Sanhedrin), or the Jewish Supreme Court rejected Jesus as the Messiah at that time. Once He was rejected, the focus of His ministry changed (see En – Four Drastic Changes in Christ’s Ministry).

 

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