How come the God changed the whole process?<quoted text>
Personally I'm a Christian. So I believe deeply that Jesus is the Messiah. Jews don't. Yet we worship the same God. From a Christian (non Romanized) standpoint, I understand it like this. Salvation is offered to us through REbirth (the blood sacrifice of Jesus) in the manner that the Jews have salvation through birth. It's their birthright. He acted as our "skapegoat" if you will. Remember that from the old covenant? Blood had to be shed for our sins so he offered his. Again, that is just my understanding of it. I can completely understand why Jews don't see Messianic Judaism as actual Judaism. Because they don't believe Jesus is the Messiah. They're still waiting on him to come back. And I can respect their decision because I love the same God they do.
Before jesus the salvation was obtained by following the teachings of prophets.
How come the whole process changed when jesus appeared?
There is something "fishy" in this logic and that is the catch.
The 'Idea" that salvation comes thru the blood of Jesus in not what Jesus taught himself.
It was what St. Paul taught "claiming to be the Spokesperson for jesus"
And everyone knows that this St. Paul never met jesus and not learned anything from him.
So those who believe in the theory that "Salvation comes thru the blood of Jesus" are taking a great risk?
Suppose in the hereafter Jesus asks these fellows "Where Did I say that salvation comes thru my blood?" And you people say "Lord, Lord that what was St. Paul taught us"
And Jesus says "Who is this St. Paul? I never knew anyone by that name while I walked on this earth. Who is this person speaking in my name?
What would be you answer?
"Lord, Lord, forgive us, we were taken for a ride..."
Aren't you people, speaking so brazenly as if Jesus told you this personally!!