"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

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Is Jesus Really the Jewish Messiah?

October 3, 2013

Let’s examine the facts from a Jewish point of view. Not only do the Christians believe that Jesus is their Messiah, but they think that he is the Messiah as foretold by the Jewish Prophets of the Bible, and they try to prove it with quotes from the Bible and missionary organizations such as the […]

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Pagan Symbols that Christianity thinks are original ….

May 2, 2013

PAGAN SYMBOLS    PETER’S CROSS - Satanists are not the brightest folks to begin with, but you would think they would check to see if a symbol already had a meaning before adopting it as their own. Satanist think if they invert a symbol, it will make it evil or if they spell something backwards it […]

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The Dying God …

November 25, 2012

The Dying God Pre-Christian Resurrected Gods and Miracle Workers http://altreligion.net/?page_id=1598 An inscription in the Vatican states, “He who will not eat of my body, nor drink of my blood, so that he may be one with me and I with him, shall not be saved.” This is not terribly surprising, unless you consider that this is […]

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MITHRA AND CHRISTIANITY PARALLELED.

November 25, 2012

Because of its evident relationship to Christianity, special attention needs to be paid to the Persian/Roman religion of Mithraism. The worship of the Indo-Persian god Mithras or Mithra dates back centuries or millennia prior to the common era. The god is found as “Mitra” in the Indian Vedic religion, which is over 3,500 years old, […]

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Church Untold Truth …

November 4, 2012

In the majority of English bibles that you see in today’s society here in America, you will see the word “church” is used as a rendering for the Greek word “Ekklesia. This is an error in translation, the Greek word “Ekklesia” means ” out calling, and is also in English in reference to an “Assembly,” […]

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The New ‘revised’ Covenant Of Christianity

October 27, 2012

The New revised Covenant Of Christianity by John Pringle Fundamentalist Christians are fond of advertising to the world that they believe the Bible is the divine word of God. They claim to believe that everything in the Bible was directly inspired by God himself and that everyone else should believe as they do. In fact, if a […]

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Esav = Christianity …

October 26, 2012

As long as Yaakov was in “galut” Esav could care less about him but when Yaakov was returning with his family back to Eretz Yisrael, prepared to receive his birthright, Esav came to stop him. Esav uses two means of attack: excessive closeness to the Jewish people, bringing them spiritual death with the fatal “kiss” […]

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The Pagan Origins of Jesus Christ and Christianity

October 24, 2012

Spanish version       The Cross “The sign of the cross, represented in its simplest form by a crossing of two lines at right angles, greatly antedates in both the East and West to the introduction of Christianity. It goes back to a very remote period of human civilization”. – Catholic Encyclopedia. The acclaimed […]

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Jesus Myth – The Case Against Historical Christ …

May 27, 2012

Jesus Myth – The Case Against Historical Christ By  - January 03, 2007 The majority of people in the world today assume or believe that Jesus Christ was at the very least a real person. Perhaps he wasn’t really “the Messiah”, perhaps he was not “The Son of God”, and perhaps he didn’t actually perform miracles […]

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Are There Good Reasons Why Jews Do Not Believe In JC?

May 22, 2012

Can we try to understand why Jews don’t believe in JC? Not so we can deprecate other religions, but rather to make clear the Jewish position. The more we know and understand, the better-informed choice we can make about the spiritual path we will follow. Let us explore some of the reasons Jews do not […]

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Paul: Fanatic, Heretic and Egotist …

May 17, 2012

This article will probably offend those who think Paul of Tarsus was sent by God to enlighten the world. I wish to apologise to any Jewish reader the mention of Jsus! The original of this article was to prove to the reader that the Gospels of the Greek Testament and Paul’s Epistle’s were poles apart. […]

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New Testament and Ungodly Propaganda-Part 2

August 27, 2011

…Continued from Part 1 The New Testament character called “Jesus” was depicted by the New Testament writers as having performed many miracles. However, as the instructions from God in the Old Testament(Deut 13:1-18) make clear, the performance of miracles doesn’t validate anyone as being approved of by God or sent in his name. Jesus also exhibits […]

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Inclination, Good and Evil …

July 13, 2011

There is a biblical basis to the idea of the existence in man’s nature of an instinctive tendency or impulse (yeẓer as in Ps. 103:14 from yaẓar, i.e., to “form” or “create” as in Gen. 2:8), which, left to itself, would lead to his undoing by prompting him to act in a manner contrary to […]

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Does Judaism Believe in Satan? Part Two

July 13, 2011

By Being Jewish The Christians don’t understand how an angel of G-d can try to seduce people to disobey G-d, so they came to the unsupported conclusion that Satan must have rebelled against G-d. This is completely contrary to everything Judaism believes. We reject that interpretation entirely. What, then, does Judaism teach about Satan? Did […]

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Why Did G-d Create the World? Part One

July 13, 2011

By Being Jewish Judaism teaches that Hashem wished to do good, so He created beings that could appreciate it. It means that Hashem created humanity to enjoy a relationship with Hashem, that we experience the ultimate pleasure of the Presence of Hashem. Ultimately, humanity wants pleasure. We understand the concept of pleasure, because Hashem has […]

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Is the World in a Conflict Between Good and Evil? Part Three

July 13, 2011

In Judaism we do not see it as there being a conflict between good and evil. Some ancient religions believed that there are two forces in the universe, one good and one evil, and that they are constantly warring with each other. This was common to Mithraism, Zoroastrianism, Christianity, and later to Manichaeism. Christianity, however, […]

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Jesus/Yeshu: The Lamb of Baal and the Essence of Paganism

July 9, 2011

by Orach HaEmet ‘At the next day, Yochanan saw Yeshu coming to him, and he said: Behold the Lamb of g-d which takes away the sin of the world’. -Gospel of John 1:29 1.                  Introduction. Recently, I argued with a person of “messianic” faith (hebraized evangelical christianism) who told me that as a Jew I had […]

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Christianity – It’s Polytheism in Denial …

July 8, 2011

Stop believing in the lies of Xtrianity….as one great quote stated, ” Christianity – It’s polytheism in denial”. It has been said that the christianity cult is “a lie built on a mountain of deceptions”. There are so many interwoven lies in the fabric of the cult’s teachings that it’s hard to know where to […]

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Christianity a Cult: How the Cult Was Created – Part Three

June 20, 2011

by R’ Yosef Barzillai As everyone knows, the central character of the christianity cult is a Galilean Hebrew of the first century CE who is supposed to have been born of the direct impregnation of a young, married Hebrew woman, who was somehow still a virgin, by God Himself. Even this much is enough to […]

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Fun-ders & Blunders – Christian New Testament

June 11, 2011

Let’s imagine you have a neighbor named Fred. You get an idea one day, and knock on Fred’s door Fred: Hello? You: Hi Fred. I have a proposition for you. I’m going to give you your house, to keep forever, if you clean my house for the rest of your life. What do you say? […]

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