Why is it that the Christians don't want to acccept that the Torat and the Tanak was influence...
by Ancient Sumer, Egypt, Chaldea, Babylonia, India and Zoroaster Theologies?
All though most Christians would not be familiar with those two words they are aware of their influence. The old testament of the Christian bible is Jewish in nature. Islam also accepts both Jewish and Christian religion as coming from their Abraham who is the baseline prophet in all these religions.
Are you referring more to the question, "Why do Christians IGNORE the Torat and Tanak concerning their faith?"
If so, I believe it has to do with the teaching of dispensationalism and its diverse views in the Christian faith. Many believe that the Torat and Tanak do not apply to this despensation of time (after the atonement of Christ), since Christ came to "fulfill" the law.
God's laws, words and covenants are everlasting. Not one jot or tittle of God's words will pass till all be fulfilled.
You need the Old Testament to Understand the New.
And that is the Torah not Torat
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