Rabbi Tovia Singer responds to a caller’s provocative question: Will Christians who worship Jesus go to hell? In this intense program, Rabbi Singer takes the audience on a journey through Scripture as he explores the doctrine of the Trinity, a self-inflicted wound from which the Church never recovered.
Missionaries point to a passage found at the end of the Book of Zechariah, which they insist foretells an epoch that will occur during the End of Days when the Jews finally embrace Jesus, the messiah whom they crucified. Rabbi Tovia Singer responds to an audience member in Singapore who asked who is the one […]
Everything that Christians believe about Jesus’ birth and genealogy is derived exclusively from two narratives found in the opening chapters of Matthew and Luke. In this provocative show, a Christian caller challenges Rabbi Tovia Singer to explain a striking contradiction in the gospel’s genealogy: Who was Jesus’ grandfather, was it Jacob or Heli?
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.
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 […]
Caller confronts Rabbi Tovia Singer with pressing questions: Do you believe that the Christian Bible is a complete fabrication? Is there any truth at all in the New Testament? Did you reach your conclusion by studying all of the Christian Bible with an open mind, or did you have a preconceived notion that it is […]
Responding to a caller, Rabbi Tovia Singer illustrates how the author of the Epistle to the Hebrews deliberately altered an epic passage in the Book of Jeremiah in order to forge the Church’s “New Covenant” and declare the “decay” of the Old Covenant of the Torah.
Isaiah foretold the condition under which the Messiah can usher in the Messianic Age. In this fascinating broadcast, Rabbi Singer explains to a caller why Paul felt compelled to alter this End Time prophecy. Moreover, Rabbi Singer responds to a pressing question: Did Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob observe the commandments of the Torah?