Really? Give me some reliable Scripture references and Jewish scholarship. and explain them to back up your opinions.
But perhaps we might like to keep in mind the stated topic of this post: "What must I do to be saved from Gods wrath and be made acceptable to Him?"
And I think that as this forum seems to be focused on answers, arguable or not, coming from the Christian community? Are you seeking to be 'saved'? or do you have a distinct, provable, eternally valid answer to the question? Perhaps that would be a better way to continue, if future responses are to address the topic head-on.
Not everyone who says to me,’L-rd,L-rd’will enter the kingdom of heaven,but only he who does the will of the Father who is in heaven.Many will say to me on that day,’L-rd,L-rd,did we not prophesy in your name and in your name drive out demons and perform many miracles’? Then I will tell them plainly,’I never knew you,away from me,you evildoers!
This is forgiving? Really? Hardly!
Yet G-d is forgiving. All one has to do is repent. This is how one is ‘saved from G-d’s wrath’. A blood sacrifice is not needed,only genuine repentence.