rabbee: excuse me!!! it fulfilled G-D'S previous Promise, to return adam and his mate, to the tree of life. don't you think, G-D ever keeps any of THEIR Promises too?<quoted text>That's an interesting theory. Even if Jesus was crucified, it didn't fulfill any scripture. Jesus actually wanted to be crucified and the multitudes that followed him fulfilled his wish. Those prophecies, Psalms 22 and 69 are about something totally different, also Job 16 goes along with it.
and by all accounts, Yeshooah Adam, did not want to be crucified. nor did any one, want to crucify Him. they were all doing their best, to not crucify Him. but Adam being crucified, was being commanded by G-D. so no power on earth, could make it or not make it Happen.
this story from G-D, ain't ever going to change. as long as this world, refuses to accept being here in IT. the only thing you accomplish, by failing to recognize us all here in TheTorah from G-D. is to increase the amount, of hell and death and lace of peace being sent.