Rabbi Tovia Singer presents a fascinating and in-depth slide presentation on Isaiah 53, the most debated chapter in the Bible, exploring the identity of the suffering servant, to a diverse audience in Jakarta, Indonesia (with Indonesian translation).
Listen to an eye-opening live presentation, as Rabbi Tovia Singer demonstrates how Christian Bible translators deliberately altered a famed passage in the Book of Isaiah. Using vivid illustrations, Rabbi Singer demonstrates how missionaries changed the Hebrew Scriptures so that the prophet appears to predict a divine messiah. Responding to a question from the audience, Rabbi […]
Rabbi Tovia Singer illustrates to his Indonesian audience that the author of the Book of Matthew changed the Jewish Scriptures so that a passage in the Book of Micah appeared to predicted that the messiah was to be born in the city of Bethlehem. Lecture presented in Jakarta with Indonesian Translation.
What is the significance of the striking prophecy in the Book of Isaiah regarding Cyrus, King of Persia? Rabbi Tovia Singer illuminates one of the most striking and controversial prophecies in the Book of Isaiah. Presentation translated into Indonesian.
In this fascinating in-depth presentation on the Third Temple, Rabbi Tovia Singer examines a popular Christian belief that the Antichrist would rebuild the temple on the Temple Mount in order to reign from it. Those who maintain this view identify the Antichrist with the Beast in the book of Revelation. What does the Bible really […]
How did the thoroughly monotheistic Christian movement that first broke away from Judaism so rapidly transform itself into a religion that embraced the notion that God had a son who was both fully human and divine, and a member of a three-part godhead? Rabbi Tovia Singer answers this question by tracing the Christian church from […]
Christian denominations widely teach their followers that they will be taken up from the earth to meet Jesus in the clouds during the Second Coming. According to this popular belief, which is largely based on a passage in 1 Thessalonians, non-Christians will face and impending apocalypse and judgment on earth, from which the church will […]
Without shedding of blood, and having committed the greatest sin one can think of, can G-d ever forgive us? When is anybody too lost to be redeemed? Rabbi Singer answers a question of an Indonesian student of Eits Chaim Online Class.