"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

New Testament

Christian’s Note – the New Testament is Full of Contradictions …

May 18, 2012

New Testament Contradictions (1995) Paul Carlson [Editor's note: As with all lists of alleged biblical contradictions, there will be disagreement in at least some specific cases as to whether a given "contradiction" is a genuine contradiction. It is therefore up to the reader to decide for him/herself whether to accept that a listed "contradiction" is, […]

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Paul as Herodian

July 10, 2011

Robert Eisenman Institute for Jewish-Christian Origins California State University at Long Beach There are materials in the New Testament, early Church literature, Rabbinic literature, and Josephus which point to some connection between Paul and so-called “Herodians.” These materials provide valuable insight into problems related to Paul’s origins, his Roman citizenship, the power he conspicuously wields […]

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Pharisee Saul of Tarsus, Herodian or Warlock …

July 10, 2011

Paul of Tarsus ¿Pharisee or Herodian witch? By Eliahu Almani Tussie. Introduction. Recently I read an article by Daniel Hernandez scammer (low aliases: “DA Hayyim,” or Dan “ben-Avraham”), entitled”Paul the Rabbi, Prophet or Apostate?, Who writes: I once described Paul (Acts 23:6) to himself as “Pharisee, the son of Pharisees.” This is Judaism. Each language […]

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Speaking In Tongues Not Necessarily Christian: Widespread In Heathen Religions

July 8, 2011

By John R. Rice Passage from Dr. John R. Rice’s excellent book, The Charismatic Movement, on pages 136-139: Some Christians talk in tongues. So do some Mormons, some devil-possessed spiritists, heathen witch doctors in Africa and Asia. Ages ago many heathen religions talked in tongues. It is not of itself necessarily of God. In his […]

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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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Christianity a Cult:The Origins of Christianity – Part Two …

June 20, 2011

by R’ Yosef Barzillai On a part one, I refered to “the first appearance of the christian cult in the early fourth century”. That passim remark might have raised some eyebrows, because it differs markedly from what you have almost certainly always believed to be the case. All the history books say that the first christians were first […]

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Did Jesus Christ Really Live?

June 19, 2011

by Marshall J. Gauvin Scientific inquiry into the origins of Christianity begins to-day with the question: “Did Jesus Christ really live?” Was there a man named Jesus, who was called the Christ, living in Palestine nineteen centuries ago, of whose life and teachings we have a correct account in the New Testament? The orthodox idea […]

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Will The Real “New Covenant” Please Stand Up!

June 18, 2011

I.            INTRODUCTION The passage Jeremiah 31:30-36[31-37][1] is an important so-called proof-text in the portfolio of Christian apologists and missionaries.  One of the unique attributes of this passage in the Hebrew Bible is the occurrence of the phrase  (brit hadashah), a new covenant, the only such instance in the entire Hebrew Bible.  Consequently, Christian apologists and missionaries point at this passage as […]

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Paul’s System of Faith …

June 17, 2011

… On the other hand, he construed a system of faith which was at the very outset most radically in conflict with the spirit of Judaism: (1) He substituted for the natural, childlike faith of man in God as the ever-present Helper in all trouble, such as the Old Testament represents it everywhere, a blind, […]

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The Torah Is Not The New Testament

June 16, 2011

This essay study is dedicated in the loving memory of Mr. Paul Sakash, may he rest in peace. The Torah is the first five books of Tenach: Genesis , Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers and Deuteronomy. That is the Torah. Orthodox rabbium also include the Oral Torah but not everyone is in agreement with this inclusion. The […]

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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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Misquotes and Mistranslations in the Christian New Testament (2)

June 11, 2011

Zechariah 12:10 − The Hebrew Tanakh: “and they shall look upon me whom they have stabbed/ thrust through [with swords”) The King James Version of Zechariah changes one word [stabbed] to “pierced.” BUT John 19:37 (New Testament) misquotes Zechariah to change the entire meaning by saying, “They shall look on him (instead of ME) whom […]

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Misquotes and Mistranslations of the Christian New Testament.

June 11, 2011

To The Messianic Jews First By Yeshayahu Heiliczer Invention It should be of no doubt to any student or seeker of the history of Christianity that the religion as it was known from the death of Jesus until at least the take-over of the religion by the Emperor Constantine (ca. 280-337 C.E.) was created in […]

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New Testament Prophecies – Imaginary and Unfulfilled.

June 11, 2011

Prophecy fulfillment is a popular argument that bibliolaters rely on in trying to prove the divine inspiration of the Bible. They claim that the Bible is filled with recorded events that prophets foretold years and even centuries before they happened. They argue that there is no way to explain how these predictions could have been […]

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The Jesus of History: A Reply to Josh McDowell …

June 3, 2011

Gordon Stein, Ph.D.   Editor’s Note: The following essay was written by the late Gordon Stein in 1982. It is a slightly-modified version of an article that appeared in the July/August 1982 issue of The American Rationalist under the same name. In this essay, Stein claimed that anyone who relies on Josephus’ Testimonium is “dishonest,” “fooled,” […]

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Refuting Missionaries – The Myth of the Historical Jesus …

June 3, 2011

by Hayyim ben Yehoshua Part one Much concern has been expressed in the Jewish media regarding the activity of “Jews for Jesus” and other missionary organizations who go out of their way to convert Jews to Christianity. Unfortunately, many Jews are ill equipped to deal with Christian missionaries and their arguments. Hopefully this article will […]

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Fair Weights and Measures…

May 29, 2011

Fair Weights and Measures[1] There is a well-known lecture by Dr. Michael Brown[2] called “UNEQUAL WEIGHTS AND MEASURES A CRITIQUE OF THE METHODOLOGY OF THE ANTI-MISSIONARIES” which he gave at one of the messianic conferences a number of years ago, and which has circulated in missionary circles since then. I am pleased that it has […]

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Christianity – How Paul Invented Christianity

May 26, 2011

Abstract Paul made the Jewish leader, Jesus, who expected God’s visitation to save the Jews from foreign oppression, into the saviour of an Hellenistic mystery cult. Paul was the cult leader. He transferred the divine title of God to the messiah, and substituted effort of will by faith. Faith is a cop out. It is empty without […]

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Who is the Suffering Servant of Isaiah 53? Part Two

May 23, 2011

by Uri Yosef  - Messiah Truth.com PART II – THE CHRISTIAN INTERPRETATION, VALID OR NOT? (ISAIAH 53:6-12) IV. SEGMENT 2 – ISAIAH 53:6-12 The application of the Scientific Method to the Christian perspective on “Isaiah 53″ continues with the analysis of the remainder of the passage. Verification Stage – Testing the New Hypothesis The Verification […]

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Messianic Judaism: A Christian Missionary Movement

May 19, 2011

Messianic Judaism is a Christian movement that began in the 1970s combining a mixture of Jewish ritual and Christianity. There are a vast and growing numbers of these groups, and they differ in how much Jewish ritual is mixed with conventional Christian belief. One end of the spectrum is represented by Jews For Jesus, who […]

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