The Jewish and Muslim faith share many striking features in common: We don’t celebrate Christmas and we regard the act feeding the poor as a fulfillment of a core pillar of our faith. This past Sunday we helped feed Jakarta’s poorest. It’s about Tzedakah and Sadaqah. Happy Hanukkah!
Why is the Quran, the most sacred text of Islam, so vulnerable to exploitation? In this lively broadcast Rabbi Tovia Singer explains to a Muslim caller why the structure of the Quran makes it especially susceptible to misappropriation.
Rabbi Tovia Singer responds on air to a caller’s intriguing questions: Do the Jewish People regard Mohammad as a prophet, and does the Quran, the central and most sacred religious text in Islam, contain anti-Jewish passages. In his striking response, Rabbi Singer explores famed Quranic verses and surveys the intriguing Tafsir (commentary) of Islam’s most […]
Responding to a caller, Rabbi Tovia Singer explains why there are numerous significant and irreconcilable contradictions between the Gospel accounts in the New Testament. After all, although both the author of Matthew and Luke were familiar with the book of Mark, they differed dramatically with his accounts about Jesus and his disciples. What motivated these […]