What about the Mosaic Torah of Truth and the Gospel of Salvation

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I am not Roman Catholic and I am not Orthodox Catholic. I believe in absolute Monotheistic Orthodox, catholic, apostolic, Messianic Judaism which has nothing to do with the councils and creeds that came after biblical times. I do not believe in the Nicean creed or council of Chalcedon. The only councils that took place that to me are legitimate are in the bible and that is all! I do not believe in the trinity as the Messiah as being the Almighty, he is only the son and that's all. I do not celebrate pagan rites of christmas or easter, but I only observe Jewish Holy Days including the Sabbath. I do not believe in secular holidays or birthdays these are unimportant to the real importance of Yah's reedeming power of Salvation and Grace which his Son came in his stead who represents his Father in Heaven on Earth.

Yah bless.

Pax Christi


-- Padraig Ua Cheallaigh (O'Kelly) (pavel@goodnet.com), May 25, 1998



I don't know anything about the "Mosaic Torah of Truth" but I know something about the "Gospel Salvation."

The heart of Christianity is founded on the following teaching:

"For God loved the world so much that he gave his only Son, so that everyone who believes in him may not die but have eternal life." John 3:16

-- Jonabel Perez (jonabel@redshift.com), May 30, 1998.

You have stated your creed but no question. It sounds more like a challenge. Yes, may you find His peace.

-- Irving Bennett (ibennett@sinfo.net), September 30, 1998.

Thank you for posting again and clarifing your position. From your earlier post, I had the impression you were presenting yourself as a member of the Orthodox. I know see that is not so, and appreciate your honesty in differentiating yourself from the Orthodox.

-- Procopious (whynot@zog.com), August 10, 1999.

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