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Can an Orthodox Jew believe that Jesus rose from the dead? Even if this event happened, does Deuteronomy 13 show that this would just be God testing Israel? Do miracles prove anything? These are the kinds of questions addressed in this video. We present Jewish responses to Jesus's resurrection from Orthodox rabbis, counter-missionaries, and even Ben Shapiro. We give our own Jewish response to this epic event.
The argument for his response comes from his article "The Resurrection of Jesus: A Jewish Perspective." This will be published in the upcoming summer/fall issue of Kesher: A Journal of Messianic Judaism.
0:13 - Objection: Jews don't believe that Jesus rose from the dead
1:04 - Objection: God raised Jesus from the dead, but that does not mean he is the Messiah
7:26 - God raised Jesus from the dead to show Israel that Jesus is the Messiah
29:26 - Objection: Even if God resurrected Jesus, it would just be to test Israel
33:47 - Objection: A Messiah who frees Israel from the responsibility to follow the Torah is not the Messiah
37:08 - Objection: Jesus is not the Messiah because he did not fulfill all the messianic prophecies when he arrived
39:04 - Conclusion
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Primary sources referenced in the video: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1J8GFF2RaOcMI1P_6Zqe8kAfajOv6wQiu/view?usp=sharing
Does the Resurrection Prove Jesus is the Messiah? A Jewish Response to a Jewish Objection