Responding to a caller, Rabbi Tovia Singer explores Jesus’ Sermon on the Mount. Is it true that “unconditional love starts with Christianity”? Nothing is new under the sun. And if there is something new, it’s not true.
It would be easy to argue that Paul was the most important convert to Christianity. The writings ascribed to him by the Church form a considerable portion of the Christian canon, of whose twenty-seven books, thirteen are attributed to Paul. The influence of his epistles on Christian thinking cannot be overstated. Although Paul said almost […]
During this lively broadcast, Rabbi Tovia Singer responds to a caller’s fascinating question: Is the Torah that we read today the same as the one originally written thousands of years ago? How does the textual integrity of Jewish Scriptures compare to the New Testament? Has our Bible been changed, or does it constitute the same […]
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 […]