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Jesus the Vegan Christ Died for Animal Liberation! By Dr. Chapman Chen


Summary: Jesus did not die to atone for your sin (Pastor Robert Munro 2024, Facebook)! In Didache, a handbook for early Christians, no atonement of human sins via Jesus' flesh and blood is mentioned (cf. James Tabor 2012: 45-46). He died for animal liberation instead. “I desire compassion, rather than sacrifice,” stressed the Vegan Christ (Matthew 9:13 NASB). Indeed, He deliberately held the Last Supper before the lamb-eating Passover (John 13:1-2), and during the Last Supper, bread instead of meat was blessed by Him (Luke 2:14-20; Mark 14:22-24; Matthew 26:26-29). In emptying the Temple of innocent creatures about to be slaughtered for sacrifice, and in calling the Temple-turned-butcher-shop "a den of thieves", Jesus debunked the business fraud of animal sacrifice and disrupted the chief priests' and scribes' lucrative revenue stream, who immediately afterwards conspired to destroy Him (Mark 11:15-18), eventually leading to His arrest, trial, crucifixion, and resurrection at Easter (cf. Akers 2000:117-118). The Hebrew word מָּרִיץ (parits) for "thieves" as in "a dens of thieves" actually means "violent one" or "murderer" (Brown-Driver-Briggs 1906).

(To be continued)

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