How did Christians go about changing passages of the New Testament to make them conform to more evolved doctrines of the Church? In this thought-provoking presentation, Rabbi Tovia Singer illustrates how crucial words in the Christian Bible were interpolated in order to make them more consistent with new orthodox views about Jesus.
In an eye-opening lecture at a Manila Messianic Bible class, Rabbi Tovia Singer responds to a pressing question: What is the significance of the peculiar events surrounding the building of the Tower of Babel, and why does this story appear in the same chapter where we are first introduced to Abraham? What exactly did Abraham […]
Manila audience member askes Rabbi Tovia Singer who the child born to us whose name was called ‘Mighty God.’ In this lively presentation, Rabbi Singer illustrates how the Church painted Jesus into the most debated chapter in the Jewish Scriptures!
During the Jewish war with Rome which began in 66 CE, a splinter group of Jewish Zealots managed to escape to Masada, an ancient Herodian fortification in the Judean Desert. They survived until the Romans breached the wall of the fortress in the spring of 73 CE. However, before Roman troops could enter the fortress, […]
Responding to an audience member’s question regarding the relationship between the B’nai Yishamel (children of Ishmael) and Islam, Rabbi Tovia Singer explores the striking perseverance of the Arab nation through 2,500 of idol worship (jahiliyyah).
In an eye-opening lecture in the Philippines, Rabbi Tovia Singer illustrates that the core teachings of Paul are opposed by the Torah, and the evangelist from Tarsus deliberately altered an epic passage in the Torah.
Former Manila pastor urges Rabbi Tovia Singer to explain why rabbis do not seem eager to convert former Christians to Judaism. Rabbi Singer’s surprising answer unlocks the marvel of God’s salvation plan for mankind.
Surprised Christian audience member in in Singapore realizes that the New Testament altered a passage in the Jewish Scriptures in order to make it appear Christological. Rabbi Tovia Singer explores the relevant passages during a lively Q & A session.