Which “Torah”?

Judaism has 6 definitions of “Torah”:

 

  1. “Written Torah” (Torah she bich tav), what we call the Old Testament, derided by the rabbis as suitable only for women and children, superseded by the “Oral Torah”;
  2. “Oral Torah” (Torah she beal peh), even though it was committed to writing in the centuries after Christ, includes the Talmud and even the Kabbalistic books like the Zohar and Sefer Yetzirah;
  3. Aggadah and Haggadah;
  4. Responsa, including the latest rabbinical opinions;
  5. the rabbis themselves; and
  6. the totemic scroll paraded about in the synagogue.

 

Most (uninformed) Catholics think that “Torah” means the Pentateuch, but that is not so. When the rabbis want to refer to the Pentateuch, they call it “Torah Mosheh” or by the acronym “Tanakh.” Almost always when the rabbis refer to “Torah” without qualification, they are referring to the “Oral Torah” (Talmud and Kabbala).

 

True support from the Old Testament would lend legitimacy to rabbinical opinions, but a reference to the man-made traditions damned by Jesus (Mark 7:8-9)  de-legitimizes the rabbis opinions in the eyes of Catholics. The rabbis are happy to let listeners mistakenly think the rabbis are claiming wise support from the Old Testament for their diabolical opinions, support that just is not there.

 

So, in the parlance of Judaism, it is 100% correct to refer to the Talmud as “Torah,” but that is not the Old Testament Word of God. To understand Judaism you must understand how the megalomaniacal rabbis have nullified the Word of God—by switching their “Oral” Torah for the “Written” Torah.

 

This highlights another rabbinical deception, a deception that has completely gulled “evangelicals.”

 

By the time of the Incarnation of Jesus Christ, True God and True Man, there was no complete “Hebrew Bible.” Many of the authentic Hebrew texts had been lost. The only complete Old Testament was in Greek, the Septuagint, a completely authentic text authorized and translated by the official Jewish Court, the Sanhedrin, in about 250 B.C.

 

The much-vaunted “Hebrew Bible” is  a fraud  perpetrated by the Masoretes and was not completed until about 1000 A.D. Sure it is in Hebrew, but it is not original, not authentic.   The mere mention of “Hebrew” is supposed to convince you that the texts are ancient and authentic, but the Masoretic texts are a bowdlerized post-Christian reaction against Jesus Christ, edited to dethrone Him and blaspheme His Mother. A salient example of their agenda is the Masoretes’ substitution of “almah” (young girl) in Isaias 7:14 instead of the original “virgin.” The children of the Father of Lies and Murder at work. Many more details exposing the fraud are found in the Big Lies page on this site.

 

Proof texts of the rabbis’ megalomania:

 

Why be surprised at the presumptuousness and double-standard “justice” of a tribe that re-makes even God in  their own sick image?

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Presides Over Shylock’s Appeal

By Rachel Donadio, New York Times, July 27, 2016

http://www.nytimes.com/2016/07/28/theater/ruth-bader-ginsburg-rbg-venice-merchant-of-venice.html?smid=tw-share&_r=0

 

The Koliner rebbe [17th century rabbi of Prague] stated, “Our Zaddikim’s (famous Orthodox rabbis) words are more important than the Torah of Moses As our Sages teach: A Zaddik decrees, and God obeys.”

 

“God smiled and said: ‘My sons have defeated Me, My sons have defeated Me!’ God’s sons ‘defeated him’ with their arguments. Rabbi Yehoshua was correct in his contention that a view confirmed by majority vote must be accepted, even where God Himself holds the opposite view.”

Babylonian Talmud, Tractate Bava Metzia 59b, Steinsaltz Edition [NY: Random House 1990], Vol. III p.237

 

“... The rabbi constituted the projection of the divine on earth. Honor was due him more than to the scroll of the Torah, for through his learning and logic he might alter the very content of Mosaic revelation. He was Torah, not merely because he lived by it, but because at his best he constituted as compelling an embodiment of the heavenly model as did a Torah scroll itself.”

Rabbi Jacob Neusner, “The Phenomenon of the Rabbi in Late Antiquity: II The Ritual of ‘Being a Rabbi’ in Later Sasanian Babylonia,” Numen, Vol.17, Fasc. 1., Feb., 1970, pp.3-4

 

“Jews don’t read the Bible literally. We read it through the lens of generations of interpretations and acknowledge the evolution of human understanding of God. The Talmudic image of God is vastly different from the image of God presented in the Bible.”

Rabbi Laura Geller, Senior Rabbi, Temple Emanuel of Beverly Hills, California

Huffington Post | April 2, 2011

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/rabbi-laura-geller/acts-of-god-a-jewish-pers_b_842215.html

 

“This is not an uncommon impression and one finds it sometimes among Jews as well as Christians - that Judaism is the religion of the Hebrew Bible. It is, of course, a fallacious impression. Judaism is not the religion of the Bible.”

Rabbi Ben Zion Bokser, Judaism and the Christian Predicament, New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1967, p.59, 159

 

“The Jewish religion as it is today traces its descent, without a break, through all the centuries, from the Pharisees. Their leading ideas and methods found expression in a literature of enormous extent, of which a very great deal is still in existence. The Talmud is the largest and most important single member of that literature, and round it are gathered a number of Midrashim, partly legal (Halachic) and partly works of edification (Haggadic). This literature, in its oldest elements, goes back to a time before the beginning of the Common Era, and comes down into the Middle Ages. Through it all run the lines of thought which were first drawn by the Pharisees, and the study of it is essential for any real understanding of Pharisaism.”

Universal Jewish Encyclopedia, Vol. 3 pg. 474

 

“Pharisaism became Talmudism, Talmudism became Medieval Rabbinism, and Medieval Rabbinism became Modern Rabbinism. But throughout these changes of name, inevitable adaptation of custom, and adjustment of Law, the spirit of the ancient Pharisee survives unaltered.”

Rabbi Dr. Finkelstein, The Pharisees: The Sociological Background of Their Faith, The Jewish Publication Society of America (1946) p. xxi

 

“The Talmud is the written form of that which in the time of Jesus, was called the ‘Tradition of the Elders,’ and to which He makes frequent allusions.” *

Michael L. Rodkinson, The History of the Talmud: From The Time Of Its Formation About 200 B. C. Up To The Present Time, Kessinger Publishing, LLC (June 8, 2006), ISBN-13: 978-1428631366, p.70

* “Allusions”? Yes, Jesus damned those man-made traditions for voiding the commandment of God. Mark 7:8-9

 

“The complex of rabbinically ordained practices ... including most of the rules for the treatment of Scripture itself--do not derive from Scripture at all. Rabbinic Judaism’s initial concern was with the elaboration and refinement of it’s own system. Attaching the system to scripture was secondary. It therefore is misleading to depict rabbinic Judaism primarily as a consequence of an exegetical process or the organic unfolding of Scripture. Rather, rabbinic Judaism began as the work of a small, ambitious, and homogeneous group of pseudo-priests ...By the third century (A.D.) the rabbis expressed their self-conception in the ideology of “Oral Torah” which held that a comprehensive body of teachings and practices (halachot) not included in Scripture had been given by God and through Moses only to the rabbinic establishment.”

Rabbi Jacob Nuesner, Rabbinic Judaism: Structure and System, pp. 31-34

 

Don’t get suckered into one of the oldest rabbinical tricks, the claim that the Talmud is based on “Torah.” A Christian assumes that “Torah” means the Pentateuch, but there’s the trick. In Judaism there are at least FIVE definitions of Torah. Here’s the proof:

 

Please note four definitions of Torah in the Jewish Encyclopedia’s entry on Torah:

 

“Originally, in order to maintain the distinction between the written Torah (see written law) and various traditional interpretations, customs and practices, the rabbis forbade the commitment to writing of the additional material. However, when it became too voluminous and chaotic conditions made oral transmission too uncertain, the ban was lifted and the material organized and transcribed in the form of the Mishnah, the Talmud, and other rabbinic works. The rabbis expressed their view that ‘two Torahs’ were given at Sinai, a Written Torah [Torah She Bich Tav, DEFINITION #1] and an Oral Torah [Torah SheBeal Peh, DEFINITION #2] (see oral law) and that at least some of the oral traditions relating to the meaning of basic biblical concepts were as authoritative as the written text (see halakah le-mosheh mi-sinai) In a sense the Oral Torah came to be regarded as more important than the Written Torah inasmuch as the explanations and understanding of the latter depended upon the former. A third meaning of the word ‘Torah’ therefore includes elements of the Oral Torah, which are considered authoritative or deoraita ---‘from the Torah.’ Finally in its broadest sense, the word ‘Torah’ is sometimes used to refer to the entire corpus of Halacha and Aggadah, [DEFINITION #3] Written and Oral, from the Bible up to and including the latest Responsa and homiletical interpretations of the rabbis [DEFINITION #4]....”

The New Encyclopedia of Judaism, Geoffrey Wigoder editor in Chief, New York: New York University Press, 2002, ISBN 0814793996, page 778

 

Please note a fifth definition of Torah according to the most prolific contemporary rabbi:

 

“... The rabbi constituted the projection of the divine on earth. Honor was due him more than to the scroll of the Torah, for through his learning and logic he might alter the very content of Mosaic revelation. He was Torah [DEFINITION #5], not merely because he lived by it, but because at his best he constituted as compelling an embodiment of the heavenly model as did a Torah scroll itself.” [Rabbi Jacob Neusner, “The Phenomenon of the Rabbi in Late Antiquity: II The Ritual of ‘Being a Rabbi’ in Later Sasanian Babylonia,” Numen, Vol.17, Fasc. 1., Feb., 1970, pp.3-4]

 

A sixth definition is the scroll [DEFINITION #5] treated as a totem in the synagogue.

 

It gets worse because these “Torah” are on an ever-widening trajectory from God. Consider explicit corollaries of the great scholar’s presumption that, because the rabbis are divine, they can “alter the very content of Mosaic revelation.”

 

“...the Babylonian Talmud represents God in the flesh...” Rabbi Jacob Neusner, Rabbinic Judaism, Minneapolis MN: Augsburg Fortress, 1995. p. 62

 

“The Holy One, Blessed be He, speaks Torah out of the mouths of all rabbis.” Haggadah 15b

 

“The Bavli [Babylonian Talmud] has formed the definitive statement of Judaism from the time of its closure to the present day.” Rabbi Jacob Neusner, quoted by Norman F. Cantor, The Sacred Chain: A History of the Jews, page 112)

 

The occultic portion of the Talmud, the Kabala, at Tikkunei Zohar 1:27b refers to the Mishnah of the Talmud as “the burial place of Moses.” The reference is an apt double entendre because the Talmud at Shabbat 15 teaches that it supersedes and nullifies the Old Testament, so “buries” the Pentateuch of Moses.

 

“Think not that I will accuse you to the Father: There is one that accuseth you, Moses, in whom you trust. For if you did believe in Moses, you would perhaps believe me also; for he wrote of me. But if you do not believe his writings, how will you believe my words?” John 5:43-47

 

The “tradition of the Elders” actually “buries Moses” (Tikkunei Zohar 1:27b), disparages Moses (and Isaias), places Moses in the 18th row of Talmud “sage” Rabbi Akiva like a dunce in the back of the class (Menachot 22b).

 

Since converts from Judaism revealed the foundational teachings of Judaism, much effort has been invested in sanitizing vernacular translations of the Talmud.

 

These sanitized editions are useful to the rabbis: “See it’s not there.” Or “The tractate is about ‘Balaam’”

 

In the sanitized Talmud editions numerous code word substitutions are used for Christians (min, Cuthean, Egyptian, Epicurean, etc.) and Jesus of Nazareth (“that man,” “the carpenter,” “Balaam,” “ben Pandera, a reference to the Talmud’s teaching that Jesus was the bastard of a whore who committed adultery with a Roman soldier named Pandera, and even blank spaces).

 

Lest you be deceived by the rabbis’ claim “Jesus isn’t even mentioned in the Talmud”:

 

“Not there”? Not big enough for you?  Can’t see it?

 

 

Jesus in the Talmud

 

The rabbis’ ignominious “Torah” (Torah SheBeal Peh) teaches that Jesus was a bastard born of an adulterous relationship (Kallah 51a) of a whore (Sanhedrin 106a) and that He is now in Hell boiling in feces because he “worshipped a brick” and, semen because he is accused of sexual perversion. (Gittin 57a).

 

The Talmud at Sanhedrin 43a boasts that the Sanhedrin convicted Jesus and, at the Jewish court’s instigation, He was crucified, “hanged,” even though the Romans were “inclined toward acquittal” of Jesus; therefore Jewish denial and blame-shifting to the Romans is a lie. The infamous Toldoth Yeschu, Maimonides’ Hilkoth Akun V, 3 and Letter to Yemen), and the 1905 Jewish Encyclopedia (page 170), all boast of Jewish responsibility for Christ’s death. The Talmud notes that Jesus deserved four more deaths. Sanhedrin 52a suggests Jesus should have been strangled while immersed in dung. There are other Talmudic passages that describe Jesus as an idolatrous sex freak, practicing black magic —and more.

 

The rabbis teach that Jesus Himself was an idolater [Sanhedrin 43a, 107b] who worshipped a brick [Babylonian Talmud Sanhedrin 67a, 107b], so He was justly executed. There are, of course, other numerous scurrilous accusations against Jesus in the Talmud and rabbinical literature. Though the passages have been denied and expurgated Talmud editions have been published, often using code words for Jesus, Princeton Professor and Director of Judaic Studies Peter Schafer has examined dozens of Talmud editions in the original and vernacular languages. Schafer not only adduces the explicit references to Jesus of Nazareth, but he also traces the code words used in the Talmud editions expurgated and sanitized for Gentile consumption. Schafer traces from edition to tractate to folio how “Balaam,” “that man,” “the carpenter,” “ben Pandera” (son of Pandera), the blank spaces, and the rest of the code words refer to Jesus of Nazareth. In his book Jesus in the Talmud (ISBN 13: 978-0691129266) Schafer has affirmed that the Talmud teaches that Jesus was an idolater [Sanhedrin 43a, 107b], was a mamzer [bastard] conceived adulterously in niddah [menstrual filth] by a Roman soldier named Pandera [Kallah 51a] of a whore [Sanhedrin 106a] and that He is now in Hell boiling in feces and, in some editions because Jesus is accused of sexual perversion, semen [Gittin 57a].

 

 

 

Pursuing the anti-Biblical nature of Judaism and its “Torah”

 

“On the surface, Scripture plays little role in the Mishanaic system, The Mishnah [of the Talmud] rarely cites a verse of Scripture, refers to Scripture as an entity, links its own ideas to those of Scripture, or lays claim to originate in what Scripture has said, even by indirect or remote allusion to a Scriptural verse of teaching... Formally, redactionally, and linguistically the Mishnah stands in splendid isolation from Scripture....the Mishnah constitutes Torah. It too is a statement of revelation, ‘Torah revealed to Moses at Sinai.’ But this part of revelation has come down in a form different from the well-known, written part, the Scripture. This tradition truly deserves the name ‘tradition,’ because for a long time it was handed down orally, not in writing, until given the written formulation now before us in the Mishnah.... Since some of the named authorities in the chain of tradition appear throughout the materials of the Mishnah, the claim is that what these people say comes to them from Sinai through the processes of qabbalah and massoret --handing down ‘traditioning.’ So the reason... that the Mishnah does not cite Scripture is that it does not have to.”

Rabbi Jacob Neusner, The Mishnah: A New Translation. New Haven CT: Yale University Press, 1988. pp. xxxv-xxxvi.

 

Note the casual admission that both “qabbalah and massoret [the vaunted, but bowdlerized, ‘Hebrew Bible’]” change Scripture through “process,” “traditioning.” In Judaism tradition is not fixed or faithful, but is an ever-changing “process” that is described as “traditioning.” This is why “the latest Responsa and homiletical interpretations of the rabbis” are Torah, hence authoritative in Judaism. Thus, the rabbis “bury Moses” and “defeat God.”

 

Indeed all this oral “traditioning” is precisely what Jesus fingered as “make void the commandments of God for the traditions of men.” (Mark 7:9). Since the rabbis are free to “alter even the very content of Mosaic revelation” with impunity, we begin to understand why Jesus said, “there is one that accuseth you, Moses” (John 5:45-47).

 

Do not be misled by a rabbi’s mere mention of the word “Torah.” You must pin him down: “Which ‘Torah’?” Then watch out for the pilpul, mental reservations, and Kol Nidre deceit that will inevitably follow.

 

“Jewish Mysticism- According to Rabbi Steinsaltz, Jewish mysticism – or Kabbalah – is the official theology of the Jewish people. Although the world of Kabbalah is profoundly symbolic and abstract, its teachings are of tremendous significance to the individual and to society alike. Its influences are evident in all Jewish spheres – the prayer book, the Talmud, and Jewish philosophy. Kabbalah is not a separate area of Torah knowledge, but rather the hidden, spiritual dimension of the revealed aspects of the Torah. These revealed facets of Torah – such as halakha (Jewish law) – speak primarily about visible, physical things; Kabbalah, on the other hand, speaks directly about spiritual entities, like the system of olamot (spiritual “worlds,” or graduated levels of reality) and sefirot (divine “attributes,” or channels of divine energy) through which God creates, sustains and directs the universe. It also discusses the interaction between those entities and the performance of mitzvot [Talmudic obligations] in the physical world. It is for this reason that Kabbalah has been called the soul of the Torah. The character of Kabbalah is perhaps manifested most clearly in Hasidut. By changing the terminology of Kabbalah yet maintaining its messages, Hasidut offers a simpler, more accessible way of unlocking its secrets. The Hasidic movement, which has prompted dramatic changes in the outlook of the Jewish people, began in the late 18th century with the teachings of Rabbi Yisrael Ba’al Shem Tov. By re-emphasizing the value of every Jew, the Ba’al Shem Tov provided his disciples with the opportunity to link the individual closer to the Almighty. Hasidism has breathed new vitality into Jewish life, offering an alternate route to the arduous and, for some, unattainable path of study.”

http://www.steinsaltz.org/content.php?pg=Introduction&ID=65

 

“Talmud — The authoritative body of Jewish law and lore accumulated over a period of seven centuries (c. 200 BCE - c. 500 CE) in Erets Israel and Babylonia.”

The New Encyclopedia of Judaism, Geoffrey Wigoder, editor in Chief, New York: New York University Press, 2002, ISBN 0814793996, page 747

 

The Novus Ordo’s Offertory was lifted from the same Torah that blasphemes the Holy Family:

http://www.catholictradition.org/Eucharist/roman-mass4.htm

 

What God judged as “voiding the commandments of God for the traditions of men” (Mark 7:6-9):

 

There are verses in the Torah that were explained away by the rabbis of the Talmud as either not applying any longer, never applying or they get made so complex to enact that they eventually fall away.

 

“…The Torah condones the death penalty while the Talmud pretty much outlaws it. [see Hoffman’s analysis] The Torah tells us to take our malcontent children to the gates of the city and if they can’t be reformed by the elders, to stone them to death. The Talmud tells us that never happened and never should happen. Sorry!

 

“And, in the reverse, the Torah is pretty clear about what keeping kosher should look like, and it is pretty simple, while the rabbis of the Talmud and later codes expanded the laws and made them quite complex. We have a long history of interpreting our Torah, redefining its meaning, and using very advanced and creative hermeneutical tools to either alter, or in some cases, downright change, what the original meaning seems to have been. We have the principle of PARDES, which is a rabbinic literary invention, whereby each word of the Torah has four levels of interpretation: the literal meaning, peshat, a more subtle or hinting reading, remez, a creative commentary, drash, and a totally hidden or mysterious meaning, sod. Through this technique, and many others, commentators, most famously Rashi, 11th century in France, have sometimes completely changed the text from what it literally says.

The Torah, The Constitution, and the 4th of July, Rabbi Joshua Levine Grater, Spiritual leader, Pasadena Jewish Temple and Center, Huffington Post, July 2, 2011

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/rabbi-joshua-levine-grater/the-torah-the-constitutio_b_889180.html

Analysis by Michael A. Hoffman II:

http://revisionistreview.blogspot.com/2011/07/talmud-and-constitution.html

 

Wise words from Michael Hoffman about the rabbis’ “CONTEXT” deceit

 

“‘Context’ is everything for the defenders of the Talmud. Fair enough. But by ‘context’ they do not mean taking into account the surrounding text, but rather submitting to Judaism’s own narrative about itself, which includes how it presents problem texts to non-Judaic audiences.... The rabbis even deny in many cases that there is a plain meaning.... It is enough that [the rabbi] states it and gentiles believe it; anything else is ‘antisemitic.’ This pattern of intimidation and thought control is repeated with monotonous effect, by thought cops and apologists for Judaism. It is a stock response intended to frighten off the opposition, premised mainly on the moral authority of the declarative sentences used by the ‘expert’ on Judaism. Debate (‘polemic’) on the part of informed skeptics is not permitted, since it constitutes the ‘misuse’ of a scholar’s knowledge of rabbinic texts. Debating tactics and polemical tools are reserved solely for rabbis and their allies, along with just a dash of permissible dissimulation to leaven the burden of swallowing the pottage. And when deception and ‘out of context’ statements serve to advance Judaism, they are all well and good....”

Michael Hoffman, Judaism Discovered: A Study of the Anti-Biblical Religion of Racism, Self-Worship, Superstition, and Deceit. ISBN 13: 9780970378453 pages 137-138

http://www.amazon.com/Judaism-Discovered-Anti-Biblical-Self-Worship-Superstition/dp/0970378459

 

Tribal megalomania—“defeating God,” commanding God, & self-worship

 

The Koliner rebbe [17th century rabbi of Prague] states: “Our Zaddikim’s (famous Orthodox rabbis) words are more important than the Torah of Moses As our Sages teach: A Zaddik decrees, and God obeys.”

Jeremy Dauber, Antonio’s Devils: Writers of the Jewish Enlightenment and the Birth of Modern Hebrew and Yiddish Literature, Stanford University, 2004, ISBN-13: 978-0804749015, p. 276, also documented in Judaism Discovered, p. 298

 

“... The rabbi constituted the projection of the divine on earth. Honor was due him more than to the scroll of the Torah, for through his learning and logic he might alter the very content of Mosaic revelation. He was Torah, not merely because he lived by it, but because at his best he constituted as compelling an embodiment of the heavenly model as did a Torah scroll itself.”

Rabbi Jacob Neusner, “The Phenomenon of the Rabbi in Late Antiquity: II The Ritual of ‘Being a Rabbi’ in Later Sasanian Babylonia,” Numen, Vol.17, Fasc. 1., Feb., 1970, pp.3-4

 

God smiled and said: ‘My sons have defeated Me, My sons have defeated Me!’ God’s sons ‘defeated him’ with their arguments. Rabbi Yehoshua was correct in his contention that a view confirmed by majority vote must be accepted, even where God Himself holds the opposite view.”

Babylonian Talmud, Tractate Bava Metzia 59b, Steinsaltz Edition [NY: Random House 1990], Vol. III p.237

 

“The [Pharisaic-Rabbinic] schools believed that in heaven God and the angels studied Torah [i.e., Talmud/Kabbalah] just as the rabbis did on earth. God donned phylacteries like a rabbi. He prayed in rabbinic mode ... He guided the affairs of the world according to the rules of the Torah, like the rabbi in his court. One exegesis of the Creation-legend taught that God had looked into the Torah and therefrom had created the world. Moreover, heaven was aware above of what the rabbis in particular thought, said, and did below. The myth of the Torah was multi-dimensional. It included the striking detail that whenever the most recent rabbi was destined to discover through proper exegesis of the tradition was as much of a part of the way revealed to Moses as was a sentence of Scripture itself. It was therefore possible to participate in the giving of the law, as it were, by appropriate, logical inquiry into the law. God himself, studying and living by Torah, was believed to subject himself to these same rules of logical inquiry, so if an earthly court overruled the testimony, delivered through some natural miracles, of the heavenly one, God would rejoice, crying out, ‘My sons have conquered me! My sons have conquered me!’

Rabbi Jacob Neusner, “The Phenomenon of the Rabbi in Late Antiquity: II The Ritual of ‘Being a Rabbi’ in Later Sasanian Babylonia,” Numen, Vol.17, Fasc. 1., Feb., 1970, pp.3-4

 

November 13, 2015, The Time Has Come for God to Reveal the Messiah, Says Jerusalem’s Chief Rabbi

by Rivkah Lambert Adler, Breaking Israel News

http://www.breakingisraelnews.com/53767/the-time-has-come-for-god-to-reveal-the-messiah-says-jerusalems-chief-rabbi-jewish-world/#wSro8BPJz9s6tYSX.97

Sephardic Chief Rabbi Shlomo Amar commanded ‘G-d’ to send ‘the Messiah’ at Lubavitch headquarters in Brooklyn

http://mauricepinay.blogspot.com/2016/02/sephardic-chief-rabbi-shlomo-amar.html

 

 

 

We’re Right, the Whole World’s Wrong

By Dov Fischer

http://rabbidov.com/were-right-the-whole-worlds-wrong

 

What diabolical arrogance to think men can confuse, overrule, and command God:

On Rosh Hashanah (Talmudic New Year), the shofar (ram’s horn) is blown to confuse Satan and God so “the Jews” may escape accountability for their sins.

http://mauricepinay.blogspot.com/2015/09/on-rosh-hashanah-talmudic-new-year.html

 

Such are Satan’s chosen people.

 

Self Worship in Judaism and Nazism

https://youtu.be/OS2vMDKrODA

 

 

Though this 14-part series of childish animations on the Talmud is unmitigated propaganda, the series is useful for an overview of the rabbis’ highly-sanitized and self-promoting narrative, especially the “series of debates” shibboleth. The series is also useful to penetrate the Talmudic jargon with which the rabbis often try to baffle critics of evil talmudic content.

 

https://youtu.be/rDK5ms3Ls0o

 

 

The Anti-Christ theocracy in the Middle East

 

Report: Netanyahu Promises Talmud Will Be Israeli Law, Ari Yashar, 09/05/14

http://www.israelnationalnews.com/News/News.aspx/180440#.VWs7qEZ3GWA

 

Karaites

 

Karaites are the ONLY Jewish sect that rejects the Talmud and treats the Tanakh (Pentateuch) as authoritative. With about 30,000 Karaites worldwide and 13.7 million Jews worldwide, Karaites constitute roughly 0.2% of the worldwide Jewish population. As more evidence how unusual their respect for Tanakh among Jews, the Israeli government forces Karaites to convert to Talmudic Judaism to exercise their “right of return.”

 

“Judaism in its formative period, that is, in the patriarchal and prophetic times, differed from exilic and post-exilic Judaism; and rabbinic or pharisaic Judaism again presents a phase quite different from Mosaic Judaism, to which the Sadducees, and afterward to some extent the Karaites, persistently clung. ”

Jewish Encyclopedia, entry on “Judaism,” http://www.jewishencyclopedia.com/articles/9028-judaism