There is a hashtag on social media which proclaims “no need for Jesus”, and which is contributed to mostly by Jews who have taken to making anti-Christian memes. Typically, these memes seek to point out seeming discrepancies in Old Testament Scriptures with declarations found in the New Testament. Most of these memes cannot be adequately answered by Judaized Christians, who do not understand the true relationships between Yahweh and His people Israel which are expressed in the covenants. But Identity Christians should be able to answer all of these contentions of the anti-Christs without too much difficulty or elaboration.
For example, one such meme quotes Judges chapter 2:1 where Yahweh is recorded as having said to the Israelites that “I will never break my covenant with you”, and in fact He did say that. But the Jews who created the meme are being dishonest, as usual. They neglect to observe that in that same place Yahweh chastised the Israelites for not keeping the conditions which were imposed under that covenant. For this reason we said in our presentation of Hebrews chapter 9 (in part 10 of our series)
that “The promises made under the old covenant were conditional upon Israel’s behavior, and Israel failed. Because Israel sinned, Yahweh is under no obligation to uphold His end of the bargain, as His promises to Israel in Exodus chapter 19 and beyond were all conditional.” Of course, the covenants were never made with Jews in the first place, but the denominational churches cannot explain that either.
Another such meme, which appears quite often, points out places in the Old Testament where Yahweh forgave individuals for their sins. Psalm 32:5 and 2 Samuel 12:13 are often-used examples. The contention of the meme is that since Yahweh forgave sins before Christ, that there is really no need for Jesus. But the Jews who created this meme do not at all observe the religious and historical context of propitiation for sin. Yahweh forgave the sins of individuals under the Old Covenant. But once the children of Israel became alienated from God, which we see in all of the books of the prophets, then there was no such forgiveness for sin. So as it says in Ezekiel chapter 33, “The righteousness of the righteous shall not deliver him in the day of his transgression….” However there was a promise of reconciliation.
As we have also described in our presentation of Hebrews chapter 9 (in part 9 of our series)
, after the Babylonian destruction of the first temple there was no ark of the covenant and no mercy seat. So under the law, there could be no propitiation for sin. So none of the sins of the children of Israel were ever forgiven after the deportations to Babylon. Throughout the second temple period, while sacrifices were conducted, there could be no propitiation without a mercy seat, which was the seat of propitiation. Without Christ, there is no forgiveness for sin at all. However only the children of Israel, who were all at one time under the law, could commit sin and therefore Christ could only forgive them. Knowing who the children of Israel are in the world today is the key to understanding true Christianity. For that reason, Christ would never forgive the Jews anyway, since they are His enemies and not His people. Those who call themselves Jews are actually Edomites and Canaanites, the “synagogue of Satan”. So of course the Jews naturally have no need for Jesus, but Christians should not be deceived by their lies.
But we are not arguing with Jews or for the sake of Jews. Rather, we will post our answers on the same social media, under the same hashtags, and ignore the Jews themselves. In this manner we hope to show denominational Christians that we do have the appropriate answers to the anti-Christ contentions, where their own pastors do not have any answers at all. Christian Identity is the only answer to Jewish treachery.