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.
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.
As it turns out, the Hebrew word ‘Rachem,” in its root, means both a mother’s womb and mercy. This is the case in Arabic as well. Moreover, this root word is the name of God and the Torah. What is the connection between a womb and mercy, and what exactly do we mean when we […]
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 […]