To whom was the Lord speaking when the Psalmist said, “The Lord Said to My Lord”? How can the messiah be the son of David if David called him “my Lord”? Rabbi Tovia Singer responds to this age-old question by demonstrating that the Christian Bible deliberately corrupted the Jewish Scriptures.
Many historians trace 2,000 years of anti-Jewish persecution directly back to certain pronouncements placed in the mouth of Jesus by the authors of the New Testament. Although the Church widely considers the Gospel of Matthew to be the “most Jewish” of the Gospels, it contains some of the most anti-Jewish passages found in the New […]
Christians are surprised to discover their church’s cornerstone creed, “without the shedding of blood there is no atonement,” which famously appears in Hebrews 9:22, is not found anywhere in the Jewish Scriptures. Although the footnote for Hebrews 9:22 in every annotated Christian Bible references Leviticus 17:11 as the source and authority for this doctrine, this […]
Although Paul’s influence on Christian thinking has been more significant than that of any other New Testament author, there is no existing evidence that he possessed more than a perfunctory knowledge of the Hebrew language. When Paul quoted the Jewish Scriptures, Rabbi Tovia Singer demonstrates that he misappropriated it in order to convey his specious […]
We are explicitly told in the Torah that idolatry is strongly forbidden. What exactly constitutes idolatry? Are all statues regarded as forbidden idols? Is the belief in the Christian doctrine of the Trinity considered idolatry? Does it matter? What does the Bible really say? Rabbi Tovia Singer Responds.