What’s The Difference Between Human Sacrifice And Jesus’ Sacrifice?

[RaPar asked] “And this differs from human sacrifice how?”

His question is about Jesus’ sacrifice on the cross to that of the occult when they would sacrifice a human on their alter.

[SpaniardVIII] A human sacrifice compared to Jesus’ are two different things.

A Human Sacrifice

A human being was placed in an alter and was cut open wherever the person doing the cutting decided to start the cut. Took out the heart, organs, and put them in a bowl. Not all human sacrifices are the same but most do that to offer it to Satan.

Jesus’ Sacrifice

Jesus was sacrificed under a Roman death sentence for those who fell under their capital punishment. Jesus was not the only one hanging on the cross. It was for those who committed crimes, but Jesus was innocent.

Jesus was handed over to the Romans by the Jewish leaders to be put to death because He claimed deity, God in human flesh. So, human sacrifice and Jesus’ are completely different.

The word sacrifice, regarding Jesus, tells us that He took our punishment upon Himself.

2 Replies to “What’s The Difference Between Human Sacrifice And Jesus’ Sacrifice?”

  1. You are merely splitting hairs. It wasn’t the Romans that defined the meaning of Jesus’ death, it was the Christians themselves – actually, Paul – that decided his death was for the salvation of sins. That, my friend, is human sacrifice pure and simple. When anyone says Jesus died on the cross for our sins, they are explicitly implying human sacrifice, an idea that would have been repulsive to any Jew including Jesus himself.

    1. [RaPaR said] “You are merely splitting hairs. It wasn’t the Romans that defined the meaning of Jesus’ death,”

      Lol, are you serious? Boy, go look at the historical records of the Romans in the time of Jesus and see how they killed non-Roman citizens. Ignorance is the worst train you could ride.

      [RaPaR said] “it was the Christians themselves – actually, Paul – that decided his death was for the salvation of sins.”

      Man, you have no clue and can’t tell heads or tail of what the Bible says.

      [Jesus said] “13 No one has greater love than this, that someone would lay down his life for his friends.” -John 15:13

      [Jesus told His disciples] “17 While going up to Jerusalem, Jesus took the 12 disciples aside privately and said to them on the way: 18 “Listen! We are going up to Jerusalem. The Son of Man will be handed over to the chief priests and scribes, and they will condemn Him to death. 19 Then they will hand Him over to the Gentiles to be mocked, flogged, and crucified, and He will be resurrected on the third day.” -Matthew 20:17-19

      [RaPaR said] “That, my friend, is human sacrifice pure and simple. When anyone says Jesus died on the cross for our sins, they are explicitly implying human sacrifice, an idea that would have been repulsive to any Jew including Jesus himself.”

      Lol, come on man, in the Old Testament [the Jewish Scriptures] foretold that the Messiah would die on behalf of the human race for their sins. Do me the favor and read the Bible. Your ignorance is annoying.

      Isaiah 53:4-6 [Jewish Scriptures, the Old testament]

      4 Yet He Himself bore our sicknesses,
      and He carried our pains;
      but we in turn regarded Him stricken,
      struck down by God, and afflicted.
      5 But He was pierced because of our transgressions,
      crushed because of our iniquities;
      punishment for our peace was on Him,
      and we are healed by His wounds.
      6 We all went astray like sheep;
      we all have turned to our own way;
      and the Lord has punished Him
      for the iniquity of us all.

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