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Was Jesus a Jewish Rabbi?

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Yes.  Two genealogies of Jesus Christ are found in the Bible, one in Matthew 1 and the other in Luke 3.  Both genealogies trace Jesus ancestry back to David. From David the genealogy goes like this: David son of Jesse son of Obed son of Boaz son of Salmon son of Naason son of Aminadab son of Aram son of Esrom son of Phares son of Judas (Judah) son of Jacob son of Isaac son of Abraham.

Was Christ a rabbi?

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Yes again.  This is a Jewish title for teacher given to Christ.  See Matthew 26:25, Mark 9:5, 11:21, John 1:38, and more.

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Jesus Christ

How about the Apostles?

According to the Biblical Timeline ten of the original twelve tribes of Israel were lost during the various sacking and captivities from 735 BC to 720 BC.

The tribe of Judah had remained loyal to Solomon’s son Rehoboam when the nation split after Solomon’s death.  They occupied Jerusalem, the city of David. (I Kings 12:20)  Other verses suggest that Benjamin also remained. (I Kings 12: 23)

From this, we can safely conclude that not only was Christ a Jew but so were all the apostles.  In fact, we have not only the Bible (both the New and Old Testament) but Christianity itself thanks to the Jewish people who wrote and preserved these records and were the original members of Christ’s church.  They are still God’s chosen people, and He will redeem them. (Isaiah 11:111, 44:23, 51:11, 66:13 Romans 11:26 and other prophecies too numerous to mention.)

 

One thought on “Was Jesus a Jewish Rabbi?

  1. Was Christ a rabbi? – I wish to point out something that has never been talked about .. In the Jewish society, In the Temple Society, one could not be called a Rabbi, unless he was a married Man. and if a young man was not married by the time he became 20 years of ages, he was there upon forbidden to step foot within the Temple mount, until he could prove that he was a married man. Therefore for anyone to address Christ as a Rabbi, meant that they knew he was a married man. Yes, Christ had a wife at one time or another some where. But this fact has never been brought forth. The only clue that we have that he was a married Man was the fact that he was called a Rabbi. Paul Himself taught that for a man to be a Rabbi, he had to ”have a wife” .. I know that no one wants to accept this, but I think its time to change our view on this. Christ came to live as a man among us, thus, It only stands to reason, that he would also be a married man, just as the First Adam was a married man with a wife. Christ therefore to be called the Second adam, meant that he had to follow in the footsteps of the first adam and to have a wife. Remember, Christ told his mother Mary, know ye not that I must be about My Father’s Business ? Meaning, he was to become a Rabbi. He could teach the Temple Court, unless he was known to be a Married Rabbi .. I know many will reject this, but I believe it is the truth. If you wish to discuss this with me .. then do so with a open mind, not a close mind .. thank-you ..

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