How do we understand the serpent in the Garden of Eden? This striking creature was clearly an instrument of deception, but what motivated the serpent to tempt Eve in the first place? Responding to this question during a fascinating Q & A session in Jakarta, Rabbi Tovia Singer explores an often overlooked aspect of the […]
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 […]
Every religion claims that it has the truth from G-d. How do we know that the Torah/ Judaism is the truth? An answer by Rabbi Tovia Singer to a question asked by an Indonesian student of the Eits Chaim Bible Class with the Rebbe.
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 […]
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 […]
Is the Torah a curse? Who are the ones that are blind, the Jews or the nations? Discussion starts with understanding the command to wear a tallit, what the Torah mean to the Jewish nation and concluding whether the Torah is a curse.
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.