The Declarations of Jesus To His Disciples And Their Validity

Salvation was reserved for the select few
 Jesus claimed that he revealed the meaning of his esoteric declarations (the parables) only to his disciples (Matthew 13:10-11; Mark 4:10-12, 34; Luke 8:9-10).  Yet even that was untrue. Jesus knew very well that the disciples did not understand everything he told them (Mark 9:32; Luke 9:45, 18:34) and Jesus said and did things secretively so that the multitudes should not understand him.  Why the secrecy?  Why not a public proclamation instead? 

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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

Jews for Judaism: The Response to an Urgent Need

The Jewish Response to Missionaries – Counter-Missionary Handbook

For many years I have been familiar with the fine international organization, Jews for Judaism. Its founder and West Coast director, Rabbi Bentzion Kravitz, has worked arduously within the Jewish community to offer counseling services and educational material to counter the arguments of missionary claims.