this was in a previous thread and i just wanted to say a few words...angellous_evangellous said:Christianity can boast a consistent theology between the OT and NT, based upon the teachings of the NT. No other religion can claim a consistent tie with Judaism - of course Jews consider our interpretation as the highest form of blasphemy - in that case, no one blasphemes like us (eg, still upholding to the OT while claiming that Jesus is God)!
I personally don't think that Christianity is theologically consistent w/ judaism for some of the following reasons...
1)the concept of the Trinity (and i know not all christians are trinitarians but many are)-this goes against the concept of One indivisible Divine being
2)Jesus as the Messiah, or the son of G-d or G-d or anything intereprting him as nothing more than a dead 1st century jew (if as, Deut. points out, he existed at all but that's neither here nor there)
3)abandonment of the Mitzvot
AE admits that most jews probably wouldn't agree with christianity, considering it "blasphemy"...
is christianity theologically consistant with judaism?