The following are the Counter-Missionary Survival Seminar notes for the Why Jesus Didn’t Have To Die To Atone For Sin Session
All Christians agree that no atonement can be achieved without devotion to their savior.
In this booklet, Rabbi Kravitz reviews many of the core Jewish beliefs about Sin Sacrifices and the process of atonement.
Why Jesus didn’t have to Die to Atone for Sin? Find out in this interesting video.
THE JEWISH RESPONSE TO MISSIONARIES
SIN, ATONEMENT & SALVATION:
Mankind was created with an inclination to do evil: Genesis 8:21
We have the ability to master this inclination: Genesis 4:7
We can choose good over evil: Deut. 30:19, Psalm 37:27
Sin sacrifices are only for unintentional sins: Leviticus 4:1
Prayer replaces sacrifices: Hosea 14:3
Will the messiah be the ultimate sacrifice for the sins of the world. Are born condemned and that without the practice of animal sacrifices we cannot atone for their sins. Explore what Judaism has to say.
Is it true that spiritual salvation and a personal relationship with God can only come through Jesus?
A look at the ideas of sin, sacrifice and atonement; their role in Judaism and the way some Christian missionaries distort these to try to convert Jews.
What does Leviticus 5:11-13 actually say in Hebrew, as I had a missionary present to me the following Christian translation of the verse and it appears that the flour offering of atonement was laid on top of the other (animal) sacrificial offerings.
One of the cornerstones of Christian theology is that the only way to achieve atonement for sins is through the offering of a sacrifice whose blood is shed in our place. The Greek Testament makes this very clear in Hebrews 9:22 “…without the shedding of blood there is no forgiveness.” Is this idea consistent with the teachings of the Tanach, or do the Jewish and Christian bibles diverge on this issue?