"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

Rabbi Tovia Singer

Jesus cannot be God – Disproving All Other Religions …

August 23, 2013

Prior to presenting the arguments, would like to make an introductory statement:   On occasion, we receive email claiming we are prejudice. As we discuss all topics, at times, our views oppose others. But our objective is to present the truth – not to make others upset. This is far from the truth. If one […]

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I believe with perfect faith that God is one.

December 24, 2012

I believe with perfect faith that God is one. There is no unity that is in any way like His. He alone is our God. He was, He is, He will be. Exodus 20:2-3 – The First of the Ten Commandments “I am the Lord your God, who brought you out of Egypt, and of […]

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Coping with Christmas …

December 9, 2012

Question: Hello, Rabbi. I hope Hashem has been blessing your work and family. As you may recall, I am a former Christian who is now living as a Noahide and considering conversion to Judaism. I am confronted again with the Christian holiday season and am starting to encounter some uncomfortable situations at home since my […]

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Here is the Jewish view of Original Sin …

October 24, 2012

Here is the Jewish view of Original Sin. Extracted from http://www.outreachjudaism.org/ The term “original sin” is unknown to the Jewish scriptures, and the church’s teachings on this doctrine are antithetical to the core principles of the Torah and its prophets. According to church teachings, the mortal sin committed by our first parents in the Garden of Eden had […]

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Challenge to Evangelical Christians, Messianic Jews and Hebrew-Christians …

October 7, 2012

The Challenge: Simply & honestly answer these questions: WITHOUT taking anything out of context, mistranslating, or imposing a pre-conceived notion. (All chapter and verse numbers are according to Christian bibles.) Why does the subject of 2 Sam. 7.14 “commit iniquity,” if, according to Hebrews 1.5, this is Jesus? Why does the speaker in Psalms 41.4 […]

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Q & A Did Someone Find the Doctrine of the Trinity In the Name of God?

October 5, 2012

Why is God’s Name “Elohim” Plural? Question: Dear Rabbi Singer, First, let me say that what you are doing is a great service to Jews and the religious community at large. You are setting the record straight – one that has needed correction for almost 2,000 years! Thank you. Yesterday, a Christian business associate made […]

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Q & A – Did God Divorce Israel?

May 6, 2012

What does Jeremiah Mean by the Promise of a”New Covenant”? Question: Dear Rabbi, How do you explain the divorce in Jeremiah? How do you explain that the Jewish people are divorced from God by His own word? How do we as Jews get back to God under the Law which prohibits us from coming back? […]

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Q & A – Did the Passover Lamb Foreshadow the Crucifixion of Jesus?

April 4, 2012

Question: I want to first commend you on your web site which is laid out quite well and has helped me understand more about traditional Jewish thinking on Christ. Although I am a born again Christian, I do not support groups such as the Messianics who sit on the fence regarding Judaism and Christianity. You […]

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Did the Authors of the NT Believe in the Doctrine of the Trinity?

February 4, 2012

What is the value of God indicating his pleasure in Jesus, if Jesus was himself? And what did Jesus supposedly achieve here, if he was God and it was impossible for him to sin, or do wrong? Was God taking pleasure in himself? Matthew 3:17 And suddenly a voice came from heaven, saying, “This is […]

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I Believe with Perfect Faith that GOD is ONE…

February 4, 2012

I believe with perfect faith that God is one. There is no unity that is in any way like His. He alone is our God. He was, He is, He will be.   Exodus 20:2-3 – The First of the Ten Commandments “I am the Lord your God, who brought you out of Egypt, and […]

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Outreach Judaism Responds to Jews for Jesus …

February 4, 2012

by Rabbi Tovia Singer The central goal of Outreach Judaism is to respond directly and effectively to unyielding Christian missionaries who specifically target Jews for conversion. As overzealous, fundamentalist denominations grow worldwide and Jewish evangelism continues at a feverish pitch, the overwhelming task of Outreach Judaism becomes more vital than ever. The Let’s Get Biblical audio […]

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Contradictions of the Crucifixion …

February 4, 2012

Matthew Mark Luke John Who carried the cross? Simon of Cyrene (27:32) Simon of Cyrene (15:21) Simon of Cyrene (23:26) Jesus alone (19:17) A) At what time was Jesus crucified? A) Not mentioned in Matthew A) 9:00 am — “It was the THIRD hour when they crucified him.” (15:25) A) Not mentioned in Luke A) […]

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Daniel’s Chart …

February 1, 2012
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Q & A: When a Pastor Demands Charity

June 23, 2011

Question: Dear Rabbi, I was watching a television evangelist one Sunday, and something he said really struck me.  According to him, unless people pay tithes they will suffer.  Actually his words were that they would “get their butts kicked by life.”  I was horrified, Rabbi.  Would you tell me what Judaism teaches about tithing and […]

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Q & A: Why Didn’t The Red Ribbon on the Head of the Scapegoat Turn White in 30 C.E.?

June 23, 2011

Question:I was wondering about a story that a “Hebrew-Christian” told me recently.  He said that there was a scarlet cloth which would turn white every year when the high priest atoned for the sins of the people.  When Jesus died, around 30 A.D., the cloth would no longer turn white when the priest atoned for […]

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Q & A: A Christian Defends Matthew by Insisting That the Author of the First Gospel Used the Septuagint in His Quote of Isaiah to Support the Virgin Birth

June 23, 2011

Question:  Rav Singer, Why did you say Christians mistranslate the scripture by saying “almah”doesn’t mean “virgin,” when their translation of virgin comes from the Septuagint’s “parthenos,” not the Hebrew “almah”?  “Parthenos” does mean “virgin.” They didn’t mistranslate but used a different text.  This is pretty well known, did you not know?  I don’t think this is a very […]

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Q & A: A Lutheran Doesn’t Understand Why Rabbi Singer Doesn’t Believe in Jesus: A Closer Look at the “Crucifixion Psalm “

June 23, 2011

Question:  Dear Rabbi Singer, I am a Lutheran living in Switzerland and have been reading your web page with interest.  I admire your commitment to your faith, yet I am perplexed as to why you so assuredly reject Jesus Christ as your messiah.  He came not only for the gentiles, but for the Jews as […]

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Q & A:”The Lord Said to My Lord” To Whom Was the Lord Speaking in Psalm 110:1 ?

June 21, 2011

Question: Dear Rabbi Singer,  A co-worker and friend of mine, who I know is a fundamentalist Christian, recently asked me what Jews think about the Trinity.  I told him that the concept is not part of our religion and that Jews believe in only one God.  He went on to ask me to explain Psalm […]

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Q & A: Why Doesn’t Judaism Have a King? Where is Our Messiah?

June 21, 2011

  Question:  Dear Rabbi Singer, I have been a Jewish Christian (Messianic Jew, meshumed, whatever) for 20+ years.  I have been attending a Conservative temple recently and my rabbi there lent me your tape series.  I listened to about six of the tapes and enjoyed your style and research very much.  Thank you for your fair […]

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Q & A: Mary’s Genealogy …

June 21, 2011

Question: I am curious to know what happened during the 400 years or so between theTorah and the New Testament.  Also, did the Jews have a king during Roman Era at all, and what was the function of the Sanhedrin?  Why do they say he was the king of the Jews?  To which Jews are they […]

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