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 […]
The eve of the 22nd of April 2016, Rabbi Tovia Singer’s congregation in Jakarta, Indonesia held a seder pesach (Passover dinner) which was attended by US Deputy Secretary of State, Tony Blinken, and important Muslim clerics from the Mubaligh organization (Muslim emissary) as well as the head of the Muslim youth movement. This video is a […]
The informal Torah study with Rabbi Tovia Singer was recorded in his first apartment in Jakarta, Indonesia in September 2014. The question was asked by a now former Christian regarding the four gospels testifying and supporting each others’ claim, and supporting Paul’s teachings as well. The student was in for a surprise.
Rabbi Tovia Singer presents a fascinating and in-depth slide presentation on Isaiah 53, the most debated chapter in the Bible, exploring the identity of the suffering servant, to a diverse audience in Jakarta, Indonesia (with Indonesian translation).
Listen to an eye-opening live presentation, as Rabbi Tovia Singer demonstrates how Christian Bible translators deliberately altered a famed passage in the Book of Isaiah. Using vivid illustrations, Rabbi Singer demonstrates how missionaries changed the Hebrew Scriptures so that the prophet appears to predict a divine messiah. Responding to a question from the audience, Rabbi […]
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 […]
From a Christian perspective, a person who dies without knowing Jesus will end up in hell. From a Jewish perspective, what happens to those who die in Christianity? A question asked by a student of Eits Chaim Mevaserim Center.
Without shedding of blood, and having committed the greatest sin one can think of, can G-d ever forgive us? When is anybody too lost to be redeemed? Rabbi Singer answers a question of an Indonesian student of Eits Chaim Online Class.