"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

Christian New Testament

Jesus as a Mythical Copycat …

May 4, 2012

Jesus as a Mythical Copycat – by Acharya S     The image on the left is a mosaic from “The House of Dionysus” in Paphos Cyprus – c. 4th Century CE. This Divine Child with a halo looks shockingly similar to the infant Jesus, but in fact, it is the Pagan savior Osiris. Images […]

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The Counter-Missionary Seminar (Audio)

May 1, 2012

The Counter-Missionary Seminar   Jews for Judaism presents its internationally acclaimed counter-misionary seminar. This unique 12 part series and accompanying study materials presents over 17 hours of thought-provoking material which builds pride in your Jewish heritage and empowers you with the ability to respond with confidence to anyone who challenges your Jewish faith. The Jews […]

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Leviticus 17:11

April 27, 2012

By Rabbi Michael Skobac One of the cornerstones of Christian theology is that the only way to achieve atonement for sins is through the offering of a sacrifice whose blood is shed in our place. The Greek Testament makes this very clear in Hebrews 9:22 “…without the shedding of blood there is no forgiveness.” Is this […]

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Who the Jewish Messiah Will Be And How To Recognize Him…

April 26, 2012

Written by R’ Kaplan (Z”L) this article explains who the messiah will be and how to recognize him. Reading this should explain for non-Jews why we have rejected false messiahs (including Jsus) and still await the real one. Quote: The final Messiah will be a normal human being, born of human parents. It is thus […]

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Does Israel’s CREATOR Require Blood to Atone for Sin?

April 25, 2012

By Timothy S. Williams “…without the shedding of blood there is no forgiveness.”(Hebrews 9:22) The central theme of Christianity and the New Testament (NT) is the sacrificial offering of the blood of ‘Jesus Christ’ as atonement for the sins of the entire world. “The blood of ‘Jesus’ was shed in our stead and is the […]

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We Don’t Listen to Any One Man Who Says He Speaks For G-d…

April 22, 2012

By Sophiee We don’t listen to any one man who says he speaks for G-d. We are told (Psalm 146) not to put our trust in the son of man or princes – but only in G-d. Rambam, a famous Jewish theologian, wrote in HilkhotYesodei Hatorah, 8,1-2: “The Jewish people did not believe in Moses […]

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“Sun-God” Worship in Christendom …

April 20, 2012

“Sun-God” Worship in Christendom … church = circular = circe = pagan worship! Does “ecclesia” actually mean church? Churches and church are terms used by the redactors and ancients to describe pagan houses of worship. Ecclesiastical houses of worship that the prophets, disciples, and apostles worshipped and assembled in were not called churches, they were called assemblies, congregations, […]

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A Comparison of Judaism and Christianity – Chart …

April 19, 2012

A Comparison of Judaism and Christianity     Judaism       Christianity     G-d-centered, selfless Man-centered, selfish Bible (5 books of Moses) written by G-d, with Moses as secretary New Testament written by man G-d creates man in His image; thus man has a soul and free will Man creates G-d in his […]

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How Did Pagan Customs Mix into Christmas and Easter?

April 19, 2012

It began hundreds of years ago, when the Church changed the Bible. . .   Many modern traditions of Christian holidays do not originate from Christianity itself. These customs are not “harmless” sources of joy, but rather cause invisible spiritual damage to the souls of family members and other loved ones. What is the source of […]

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Shemini, Leviticus 9:1-11:47 Sober Judgment …

April 17, 2012

Avraham ben Yaakov TORAH FOR THE NATIONS The weekly Torah portion and its lessons for all people Shemini, Leviticus 9:1-11:47 Sober Judgment by Avraham ben Yaakov Our portion tells the chilling story of the disaster that struck on the very day of one of the great summits of human history: the inauguration of the proto-Temple […]

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The Testimony of Scripture …

April 11, 2012

by Rabbi Yisroel Blumenthal INTRODUCTION Sola scriptura – Solely scripture. Scripture alone and nothing else. This is the rallying cry of Protestant Christianity. Protestant Christianity accepts no divine message other than the one that they believe to be recorded in the Jewish and Christian scriptures. Consequently, Protestant Christianity rejects any component of the national Jewish […]

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Resurrection?

April 11, 2012

by Rabbi Yisroel Blumenthal The Christian scriptures claim that their leader, one Jesus of Nazareth, was crucified by the Romans and that as a result of this he died. These authors of the Christian scriptures tell us that after Jesus’ death he was sighted by some of his followers alive and well. According to these […]

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Christian Missionaries insist that Jesus IS the Jewish G-d …

April 10, 2012

by Sophiee Missionaries insist that Jesus IS the Jewish G-d (G-d forbid) and thus it is no “sin” to worship Jesus or even pray through or to Jesus is as if you were praying to HaShem. Ridiculous but there it is. They claim Jesus “is” G-d. What does the Jewish bible say? The Jewish bible […]

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The Pharisees and their Wisdom …

April 10, 2012

by Gretchen S. I have all too often seen the Pharisees insulted and degraded, and have, therefore, written this post in their defense. Modern Jews are decended from the Pharisee sect, so I think it is important to teach you a bit about who the Pharisees were.   Background The Pharisees were Rabbis and their […]

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Did Jesus eat leavened bread on Passover? Part One

April 6, 2012

By Sophiee Did Jesus eat leavened bread on Passover? Jews are forbidden from eating leavened bread on Passover.  Exodus 12:14 This day must be one that you will remember. You must keep it as a festival to G-d for all generations. It is a law for all time that you must celebrate it. 12:15 Eat […]

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Oestre/Easter …

April 5, 2012

Happy Easter: Celebration of the Spring Equinox by Jim Walker Oestre/Easter The name Easter derived from the Saxon Eostre (a.k.a. Eastre). The ancient Saxons in Northern Europe worshiped the Goddess Oestre at the time of the Spring Equinox. The Goddess Easter represents the sunrise, spring-time and fertility, the renewal of life. Pagan Anglo-Saxons made offerings of […]

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Christian Cannibalism – Food for thought!

April 5, 2012

by Jim Walker (an ex-cannibal) CHRISTIAN CANNIBALS An argument of why Christians are cannibals (and possibly vampires) from Christianity’s own perspective. How many Christians realize that when they eat that wafer and drink the wine during communion service that they, in effect, practice cannibalism by the partaking in the eating of human flesh and blood? […]

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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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B’nai Noah: The Religion the Danger …

April 3, 2012

B’NAI NOAH: THE RELIGION, THE DANGER! Rabbi Israel Chait We have seen how God gave us a unique religion through Torah. Its unique character derives from the instrument of Halakhah which is not to be found in any other religion. Halakhah removes all religious practices from the realm of symbolic performance and places upon these […]

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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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