Matthew, Chapter 21-22
The Insurrection Unfolds – Yeshu Storms the Temple
Yeshu was a master of imagery. He enters Jerusalem on a donkey to subtly suggest a messianic connection. Then (at least according to this version of the story), he attacks the Temple. Some might call this a terrorist attack. Yet, the money changers are present in the Temple in accordance to the Biblical ordinance (Deut 14). When this event actually happened is debatable.
Yeshu takes advantage of the political leaderships weakness and uses it against them.
He calls for “ba'alei teshuva” to join his fold and to execute his plans that the F.F.B. Would refuse to do.
Comments about paying taxes, Yeshu's sides with the Pharisees against the Sadducees.
David's lord referenced in Psalm 110 is not Mashiah, but someone else, whose identity is revealed herein.