Video from Lion and Lamb Ministries
Original sin is the Christian doctrine that humans inherit a broken will/nature to sin which is manifest at birth. Theologians have described this condition in a variety of ways, from a mere deficiency, or tendency toward sin. to collective guilt, referred to as a "sin nature", to total depravity.
Today we look at a different point of view.
Listen in as Monte Judah answers questions on faith, scripture, and our walk as believers.
In this video from Lion and Lamb Ministries, a Messianic Church (see article below).
To further edify ourselves here is a summary of the differences between evangelical Christians and Messianic Jews.
1. Traditional Jewish holidays are religiously observed by the Messianic Jews such as Purim and Chanukah. Christians do not observe these traditions.
2. Messianics still observe biblical holidays up to this day like the Day of Atonement, Feast of Trumpets, and Feast of Booths. The only holidays the Christians observe are those that were with paganism origin like Christmas, Easter Sundays, and other modern traditions that are not scriptural.
3. Messianic Jews’ preaching is mainly from the Hebrew Scriptures (Genesis to Malakias) whereas Christians believe in the whole sixty six66 holy books of the Bible.
4. Messianic Jew believes that the Torah, modified by Yeshua, is still in effect. These are the first five books of the bBible: (Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy). Christians believe that once Christ fulfilled the all the holy laws, Tthe Torah should not to be applied anymore. 5. Especially when the Greek Scriptures are already completed (books of Matthew to Revelation).
6. Messianic Jews believe in Tanakh and B’rit Chadasha as their divinely inspired scriptures. Christians believe that both Hebrew-Aramaic and the Greek Scriptures which comprise the whole Bible are their hHoly sScriptures inspired by God." from the article: Difference Between Messianic Jews and Christians
Another good article to read: WHAT IS THE “MESSIANIC MOVEMENT”?
Monte Judah states here in his opinion in Romans 5 what Paul is saying is that Adam set into motion a disruption in creation that. Through one transgression, (Adam's) all of mankind was condemned. Through Christ redemption was given to all men. He also says we started out created in the image of God but became the image of Adam. An interesting video and another point of view.