The fact that Christianity believes the teaching of Jesus, ‘Christ’, ‘the chosen’, otherwise known as the New Testament of the Bible, supersedes the Old Testament of the Jews, that is, their history and law, which is the Torah and Talmud, requires explanation, for example, the book of Job is an older narrative deemed by many biblical commentators to prefigure Jesus’ role. Satan is with ‘the sons of God’ (Job: 2.1), which is interesting for Christians, because Jesus was called ‘the son of God’ by many of his contemporaries, although he usually demurred, whereas God is depicted as having said, ‘This is my son in whom I am well pleased.’ (Matt: 3.17) However, it’s a curiosity for Christians to learn that there were other sons of God, according to the book of Job, which describes Satan and the sons of God going to meet God, the creator, who’d turned the angel, Satan, into a serpent, and placed him in the paradise of Eden, according to the Old Testament book of Genesis, for refusing to accept God’s plan that the human host would be greater than the angelic.
While there in Eden, Satan tempted the woman, Eve, to ‘eat of the fruit of the knowledge of good and evil’, which it was death to taste, saying ‘You shall be as gods.’ (Gen: 3. 5) Expelling Eve, and the first man created by God, Adam, from Eden, God promised Eve her ‘seed’ would prevail, ‘You shall crush the head of the serpent with your foot, but he will bruise your heel.’ (Gen: 3. 15) As women do have seed of their own, because their species is futanarian, that is, hermaphroditic, much of what transpires in the Bible is largely academic. However, Jesus’ birth from his mother, the Virgin Mary, who is depicted in Christian iconography crushing the head of the serpent with her foot, represents the futanarian race of women able to sexually reproduce herself, ‘Love your neighbor as you love yourself.’ (Mk: 12. 31) With a woman, Jesus’ disciple Judas gave him over to the Jewish religious police, the Pharisees, who persuaded the Roman judge Pontius Pilate to have him crucified. Nailed to a cross of wood atop the hill of Calvary by the soldiers of the Empire of Rome then occupying Jewish Palestine, during the reign of the Emperor Tiberius Caesar Augustus (14-37 C.E.), Jesus died there, but experienced Resurrection and Ascension to heaven in prefiguration of that of women’s seed.
Jesus’ teaching supersedes Judaism for this reason as well as many others, for example, when a woman was caught in adultery, Jesus said, ‘Let he who is without sin cast the first stone.’ (John: 8.7) As women are a species separate from men, men are their adulterate, that is, women aren’t adulterous, but rather a race raped by a parasite, which doesn’t actually care for women at all; they’re just a body bag for the emergence of more parasites. In other words, women are a race adulterated, which means they’re blameless; despite men’s attempts to punish them illegally; by such methods as stoning, or taking away their children in custody battles with fathers, who often receive huge slices of their erstwhile partner’s earnings too; as in pop singer Britney Spears’ case, who appeared on the cover of the CD single, ‘Piece of Me’ (2007) as Jesus crucified, ‘You wanna piece of me.’1 The book of Job is about a man called Job, who is hammered by Satan, because God gives him that Job. Jesus, on the other hand, seeks to change the nature of God, who gave Satan his Job, by appealing to God in his extremity upon the cross, ‘My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?’ (Matt: 27. 46) The fact that Jesus experienced Resurrection and Ascension to heaven is interpreted as Redemption for human nature, that is, Jesus wasn’t God’s Job for Satan to hammer, because God’s nature had changed to that of a loving God, which is the reason Jesus’ teaching is believed by Christianity to have superseded the Old Testament of the Jews, whose belief is that Satan is God’s hammer until God relents, which they aren’t going to if they aren’t satisfied that their vengeance is total.
1 Åhlund, Klas, Christian Karlsson, and Pontus Winnberg ‘Piece of Me’, Britney Spears, Blackout, Jive, 2007.