Rabbi Tovia Singer is interviewed by Ira Michael (www.torahthreads.com) and Rod Bryant (www.netiv.net) on “Beyond the Matrix”, Jewish answers for life and faith.
Both Ira and Rod have made their journey from evangelical christianity to Judaism. This interview is a call for you to closely examine Jewish scripture and find the truth. Rabbi Singer makes a clear presentation diluting christian claims to the TANAK and the Jewish response.
The passionate appeal of repentance presented by Rabbi SInger, has already effected many. If you are looking for answers this is a must see video. Listen weekly on http://www.Spreaker.com
Without the shedding of blood, there is no remission of sins? One of the most misquoted errors ever. Nowhere is scripture is such a statement. The “Apostle” Paul simply invents doctrine.
Jesus (Yeshua) is not the “son”, Israel is!
The “New” Testament is littered with mistakes and misquotes
Jesus (Yeshua) fulfilled ZERO prophecies from the Torah
The term “Messiah” means anointed in Hebrew, and there have been many “anointed” in history. Only a christian-twisted bible changes the meaning from anointed to “the Messiah”. Of the 39 times “anointed” is used in the Tanach, christian translators replaced 2 instances to suit their doctrine.
There are none righteous, no not one? Another HUGE misquote from Paul. Read Psalms 14 for yourself; it’s obvious that Paul is a liar and creating a new religion.
There is no prophecy of a “virgin” birth, another horrible misquote. A young woman is to conceive, and she did when Isaiah wrote it. He wasn’t talking about a future event.
A second coming? Clever invention, with no scriptural support!
You simply cannot trust a christian with Hebrew or Aramaic scripture. Do you really want to stand before HASHEM and be proclaimed GUILTY of following a fraud? If anything stand between you and HASHEM, you have an idol in your life. Begin reading the properly-translated scriptures, learn from people who KNOW what they are talking about.
You have probably wasted months, if not years, listening to a pastor spouting out make-believe. If you’re reading this, it’s not too late to dump the idolatry.
Exodus 20: 3 “You shall have no other gods before me”
Deuteronomy 11: 16 “Take heed to yourselves, lest your heart be deceived and you turn aside, and serve other gods and worship them”
Deuteronomy 13: 2-5 “If there should stand up in your midst a prophet or dreamer of a dream, and he will produce to you a sign or a wonder, and the sign or wonder comes about, of which he spoke to you, saying, “Let us follow gods of others that you do not know and we shall worship them!” – do not hearken to the words of that prophet or to that dreamer of a dream, for HASHEM, you God, is testing you to whether you love HASHEM, your God, with all your heart and with all your soul. HASHEM, your God, shall you follow and Him shall you fear; His Commandments shall you observe and to His voice shall you hearken; Him shall you serve and Him shall you cleave.
HASHEM is ONE, not three. He’s not bi-polar (deity), and He’s not tri-polar (trinity).
No area of Jewish literature could be more inhospitable to the Christian doctrine of a triune godhead than the Hebrew Bible.
It is on the strength of our Torah and Prophets that the Jew has preserved the commandment to worship one, single, unique Creator God Who alone is worthy of devotion.
While missionaries argue that they believe in “one” God, a cursory examination of their teachings reveals that what they maintain is indistinguishable from the Trinitarian dogma the Church has been espousing for 16 centuries.
Learn how missionaries engage in biblical acrobatics in order to demonstrate that the doctrine of the Trinity can be proven from Tanach.