"O L-RD, Who are my power and my strength and my refuge in the day of trouble, to You nations will come from the ends of the earth and say, 'Only lies have our fathers handed down to us, emptiness in which there is nothing of any avail! Can a man make gods for himself, and they are no gods? 'Therefore, behold I let them know; at this time I will let them know My power and My might, and they shall know that My Name is the L-RD".
Jeremiah 16:19-21

March 2012

Jesus Was Not the Suffering Servant of Isaiah 53

March 31, 2012
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Parallels Between the Stories of Jesus and Osiris-Dionysus

March 31, 2012

Background: Dionysus, a Greek God, and Osiris, an Egyptian God were viewed as mythical characters. Osiris may have been the first god-man. His story has been found recorded in pyramid texts which were written prior to 2,500 BCE. These and other saviors were truly interchangeable. Coins have been found with Dionysus on one side and Mithras on […]

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The Jewish View of Sin …

March 30, 2012

Each person has the inclination to do both good and bad. By Rabbi Dr. Reuven Hammer This article is excerpted from Entering the High Holy Days. Reprinted with permission from the Jewish Publication Society. Judaism teaches that human beings are not basically sinful. We come into the world neither carrying the burden of sin committed by our […]

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Suffering Servant is the Christian Messiah?

March 29, 2012

By Sophiee Missionaries love to claim that many Rabbis and Jewish sages have said the “suffering servant” of Isaiah 53 is the messiah. Website after website (and many of Michael Brown’s books) make this claim and even purport to quote these Jewish sources. The only problem is that this is not the truth. We get […]

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To Understand Truth …

March 28, 2012

  To Understand Truth

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The Field …

March 28, 2012

The Field “And Isaac went out to meditate in the field towards evening” (Genesis 24:63) Being bound on the altar was such a formative experience for Isaac that he went back to the site again and again. It was here that his wife-to-be Rebecca first caught sight of him as she neared the end of […]

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Confessing to God – Tzav

March 28, 2012

    By: Rabbi Lazer Brody “This is the teaching of the guilt offering; it is most holy”(Vayikra 7:13). Our sages teach us that in the absence of the holy Temple, prayer serves act as a substitute for ritual sacrifices. As such, the principles of the sacrifices apply to prayer is well. Without the holy Temple, we […]

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Magic, Will, Passover and the Awakening

March 27, 2012

by HaRav Ariel Bar Tzadok Magic is the power of human will, focused and directed to control the minds of others. Magic can indeed bend, but never break, the laws of physics. Magic can indeed bend and break the minds and wills of weaker human beings. As it is said, when there is will, there is […]

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Christianity …

March 26, 2012

CHRISTIANITY, a general term denoting the historic community deriving from the original followers of *Jesus of Nazareth; the institutions, social and cultural patterns, and the beliefs and doctrines evolved by this community; and – in the widest sense – the forms of civilization which it created or influenced. (Thus many elements in modern, secular, Western civilization are still, […]

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(Deuteronomy) 4 Warns About Following Other Religions …

March 25, 2012

Judaism is not Christianity minus Jesus by Sophiee Devarim (Deuteronomy) 4 warns about Jews following other religions such as Christianity — and what will happen (exile and few in numbers). . . ” When you have children and grandchildren, and have been established in the land for a long time, you might become decadent and […]

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The Things That I Am Not Allowed To Discuss …

March 24, 2012

by HaRav Ariel Bar Tzadok There are many conspiracy theories today that are indeed real. There are many lies out there, but there is also much out there that is true, and is covered-up with mounds and mounds of false information. It has come to the point that unless one is somehow aware of, or connected […]

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Faith vs Law …

March 23, 2012

It’s the age-old dispute between Judaism and Christianity, what reigns supreme: Faith or Law? Judaism maintains that without the law, ethics and morality wither. by Rabbi Maurice Lamm The question of the relative values of law and faith was not and is not simply a matter of opinions. It is a life-and-death problem for both Judaism […]

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The Jesus Puzzle …

March 23, 2012

THE JESUS PUZZLE: A Novel About the Greatest Question of our Time top My argument for the non-existence of an historical Jesus has been embodied in a contemporary novel about the state of secularism vs. fundamentalism at the end of the 20th century, and is now posted complete on the site. Direct access is provided […]

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The Experience of Becoming A Noahide …

March 22, 2012

This was taken from another Noahide webpage – the address is at the bottom of this article – it is such a devastating thing to have to deal with, we thought this was an excellent description of handling the massive deception of Christianity and any other false religion.   The Stages in Becoming a Noahide: […]

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Trying to Grasp God …

March 22, 2012

“TRYING TO GRASP GOD” By Rabbi Mordechai Katz What is God? Is God the clockmaker deity of 18th century philosophers — the deists who believed that God created the world, set it in motion, and then left it to run of its own accord? Is He the “ineffable” of certain Eastern philosophies, sometimes described as […]

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The Earth is Alive, and She is Not Happy …

March 22, 2012

by HaRav Ariel Bar Tzadok The Earth has a soul, knowledge and intelligence. She is alive and knows her Creator. see, RaMBaM, Y.T. 3:9   Fools say in their heart, there is no God. They seek to live life as they please, in accordance to their own rules, to make their own laws and to […]

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Is the Concept of Faith Contrary to the Intellect?

March 19, 2012

It is commonly accepted that belief or faith forms the foundation of the individual’s religious life.  Yet despite many mutual influences… by Rabbi Oury Cher A. Faith – Only what has been proven It is commonly accepted that belief or faith forms the foundation of an individual’s religious life.  Yet despite many mutual influences, the concept ofemunah […]

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The Discovery of Planet Earth…

March 17, 2012

On the seven universal laws of life By Tzvi Freeman   I want to tell you about the greatest discovery of the millennium. It wasn’t the printing press. It wasn’t America. It wasn’t even vaccination. The greatest discovery of the millennium happened near its very end. It was the discovery of Planet Earth. We were trying […]

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The First Ten Questions …

March 17, 2012

Questions come from doubt. Doubt comes from sin. Sin comes from illusion. The Torah was given to save us from false illusions. By Rabbi Yitzchak Ginsburgh Illusion is in the mind. The primordial sin, a physical act, was perpetrated from hand to mouth (taking and eating the forbidden fruit). Doubt is in the heart. From […]

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Use the Source, Luke …

March 16, 2012
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