Why does Orthodox Judaism deny Yeshua as Messiah?

Why does Orthodox Judaism deny Yeshua as Messiah?

Orthodox Judaism denies Messiah because they exist under the Jewish blood curse initiated by their forefathers at the trial of Messiah before Pilate.

An overwhelming number of Jews and Israelite’s, Jacob’s children, will perish in the “second death” in Hell due to unbelief and only a “remnant” will be saved though these people are like the sands of the sea in numbers (Isaiah 10:22; Romans 9:27).

You don’t believe because the veil is firmly in place (2 Corinthians 3:15) and your heart is hardened by a tradition of stubbornness and arrogance through self-righteousness yet our Creator stands steadfastly with arms open and welcomes Jacob’s children into the Kingdom by faith in Yeshua yet you stomp your feet in protest and declare your self-righteousness through the Torah, a bygone Covenant of death that only defines your sin void atonement (Romans 3:20).

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