The answer to this question is the same as the reason there are many opposing teachings in christianity’s false path to salvation—ignorance of the Father’s traditions. Hatred of the physical Jews was the impetus for the invention of christianity after all the New Testament writers had died.
That intense loathing led the progenitors of christianity to strip away the foundations of the faith, simply because they thought they were traditions that belonged to the physical Jews. In their blind hatred, they didn’t realize that the traditions didn’t belong to the Jews, but to the Father.
In 1 Corinthians 11:2 and 2 Thessalonians 2:15, we see Paul, a Jew, and an expert in both the law and in the traditions Yah had given the Jews to observe, telling the Gentile converts to “hold fast and keep the traditions” he had taught them. Now, what traditions would this brilliant Pharisee teach those converts who were unfamiliar with how the Jewish traditions were observed? He taught them the Father’s traditions. In the Greek, the word he used was “paradosis,” and that refers to the Jewish traditions that had been given ALONG WITH the law.
Two of the primary functions of the traditions are doctrinal purity and the prophetic calendar. Knowing the traditions, as Paul prescribed (which include the Sabbaths—weekly and feasts, the wedding traditions, and the temple ordinances and practices), provides a compass of discernment through which the scriptural texts can be understood. So, by abolishing the traditions, “the christian religion” (as Constantine called it) lacks that compass, and therefore, myriad human interpretations of the scriptures were guaranteed to follow—and they did.
Just as the true path to salvation is shown many different ways in the traditions, so are the coming things of the prophetic texts. As Paul said in Colossians 2:16-17, the Father’s ordained Sabbaths are a shadow of THINGS TO COME. Every major prophetic event occurs on one of the Sabbaths. Messiah was born on Tabernacles, He was crucified on Passover, He was in the tomb on Unleavened Bread, He rose again during the night on Firstfruits, and the New Covenant was revealed on Weeks.
The things to come will also occur on Yah’s Sabbaths, for as Paul said, they are a physical foreshadow of those coming things (he said that AFTER the resurrection and the pouring out of the Holy Spirit as the covenant placed within Messiah’s bride in Acts 2).
Without knowing and understanding the traditions, christians are left with nothing but human conjecture about the prophetic texts, because they are unaware of how the traditions are the foundations around which those texts were given. They can’t even make the correlations between the traditions and the coming things, because they are either unwittingly, or willfully, ignorant of them.
Thus, christians are woefully unaware that there are three spiritual harvests, and that those harvests and the feasts are intertwined, and that those things are also aligned with the ordinances and practices of the priesthood at the physical temple, which is also a foreshadow of Messiah’s bride (Remember? The veil was torn in two. Who wears a veil?).
So, christians have no idea of the three harvests—barley, wheat, and grapes—or how they are tied to Firstfruits, Weeks, and Tabernacles, or of the different methods of harvesting each of those crops, and how we are shown those methods in the scriptures as they pertain to different groups of Yah’s people.
They have no idea who the friends of the Bridegroom, the friends of the bride, or the wedding guests are. But then, how would they know? Their Mothership Rome rejected those traditions the Father gave to His children, and replaced them with pagan counterfeits.
There are christians who literally believe that Messiah’s name was “jesus,” even though that is a historical and scriptural impossibility, and that He was born on christ-mass, was crucified on a meaningless Friday, that He rose again on easter/ishtar, and that the weekly Sabbath was either canceled, or changed to the venerable day of the sun (SUNday). Some simple research easily shows those things are all false, but most christians don’t want to know the truth about them. They are comfortable in their counterfeit.
Now, who is it that most wants to keep people from knowing and understanding spiritual truth? Figure that out, and you’ll be well on your way to understanding who really invented christianity, the counterfeit of the true faith.
He is the one who wants to keep people from knowing the true Messiah Yahoshua, and to do that, he invented a religious belief system that, while being comprised of many different flavors, they all have one thing in common—they, in some way, obfuscate the Father’s traditions that are all about His Son and His bride, and the coming wedding.
The way Satan has accomplished that is through deception and delusion—making people believe they are saved through false means, and convincing them that the Father’s traditions are no longer relevant.
Learn the traditions—if, for no other reason, to try to prove that they have nothing to do with believers today. Through those traditions, and their actual meanings, the Holy Spirit can show you just how deceived you have been by christianity.
For more information: Will There Be a Pre-Tribulation Rapture?