The Great Conundrum of Christianity

Alright so what is a ‘conundrum?’  Websters defines ‘conundrum’ as a confusing and difficult problem or question:

So here’s the conundrum, Christianity teaches that the ‘Law’ was put away at the Cross.    But is this true?  1John 3:4 Whosoever committeth sin transgresseth also the law: for sin is the transgression of the law.

So if the Law was made null and void at the Cross, then sin no longer exists, not just for them, but for everyone.  Then that beggars the question, ‘just what are Christians saved from?’  What do they need the Son of God for?  The very name of Yahshua means ‘He will save His people from their sin.’

If there is no law then there is no sin.

John also says ‘if we say we have no sin we are a LIAR and truth is not in us.’

Perhaps the woebegone Christian would do him or herself a great favor if they sought to understand what the Law is.   Psa 119:142 ‘…Thy LAW IS THE TRUTH’

The Law of YHVH and Truth are synonymous.  They are also interchangeable.  The Law is the Truth and the Truth is the Law.

So in essence Christianity is teaching that the TRUTH was put away at the Cross.  So if the Truth was put away and was rendered null and void at the cross.  Then the woebegone Christian is left with nothing but the LIE.

Further Proverbs 6:23  For the commandment is a lamp; and the law is light; and reproofs of instruction are the way of life:

So again not only is the Law of YHVH Truth it also the LIGHT.  And again the woebegone Christian is left with nothing but darkness and falsehood, because according to Christianity Truth and Light were made null and void at the Cross.

So if the Truth and the Light are no more then one would tend to come to the conclusion that Christianity is in fact Anti-Christ or if you will Anti-Truth, Anti-Light.

For the sake of definition ‘Christ or Messiah means Anointed One, Yahshua defined the anointing as ‘The Spirit of Truth.’

Now that’s get a bit complicated for the Christian, because most of them claim to have been filled with Holy Spirit who is the Spirit of Truth.  But how can this be?  Because for them the Truth is null and void.  So just what spirit have they been filled with?  Can’t be the Holy Spirit because He reminds of the Words of Yahshua and Yahshua said the Law was forever and ‘not one jot or tittle from the law would pass till all was fulfilled.’  Well, Yahshua has not yet returned so all has not been fulfilled.  Therefore according to Yahshua the Law/Truth/Light is still in absolute effect.  So where does that leave the Christian?


  • You Know Robin, here’s something interesting for you to look forward to. The Feast of Unleavened Bread. What interesting about this Feast is that it is the feast in which Yahshua was resurrected. But if you ponder the instructions, like remove the leaven from house and then eat unleavened bread for 7 days. What happens is this, unleavened bread represents pure and absolute Truth, and when we follow God’s instructions to get the leaven out of our house, well He then removes the leaven out of His house and that’s you. But more than that He then fills His house with pure absolute Truth. What’s pretty cool about this is that when he does it actually gives you understanding that may take years to fully grasp what He’s done and given, but it literally blow your socks off. And when it happens it will radically change your perspective on everything.
    But anyway, Robin once one sees the truth life becomes an awesome adventure that few have ever chosen to enjoy. Welcome to the Kingdom

    • Thank you and I look forward to reading and learning more on your site…Thank you for the explanations and I’m looking forward to God’s Holy Days and feast..Many, many blessings to you…Robin

  • I agree. I believe when we believe in Jesus we may have eternal life, John 3:15,16,17,18 which is also repeated in a different manner but says basically the same in 1John 4:8,9,10 and it’s repeated again in 1 John 5. But I also believe the law is written on our hearts. Because Jesus tells us in Matthew 22:37,38,39 of this. Personally, I believe the law has several functions. 1) it alerts us to sin but it’s through the sin God shows his love…So for me, the law alerts me to sin, the law is love….Thanks for bearing with me as I ramble..LOL…Many, many blessings to you…Robin

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