Rabbi Tovia Singer responds to a Muslim caller’s pressing question: Of whom does the Torah speak when God says He will raise up ‘a prophet like Moses and I will place My words in his mouth’ in Deuteronomy 18:18? Muslim tradition believes that this prophet refers to the prophet of Islam, Muhammad.
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!
Muslim asks Rabbi Tovia Singer whether the Torah forbids the serious act of ‘shirk,’ the sin of ascribing and worshiping partnerships with God, which the Quran regards as an unpardonable sin. Rabbi Tovia Singer explains why Trinitarian Christians violate this prohibition despite numerous warnings in the Torah against this grave practice.
Muslims are frequently confronted by the charge that the Quran—the central religious text of Islam—borrowed heavily from sacred Jewish literature. In this broadcast, Rabbi Tovia Singer responds to a caller who wants to know how he should best respond to this accusation. Rabbi Singer’s answer will surprise you.
Responding to a Muslim caller, Rabbi Tovia Singer uses Scripture to demonstrate that the Hebrew Prophets opposed the core Christian Doctrine of the Trinity. Moreover, Rabbi Singer illustrates how Christian missionaries routinely manipulate the Hebrew Scriptures in order to ‘prove’ that a triune godhead appears in the Bible. This is a must-see show!
01:41:48 Speaking in tongues and Holy laughter01:43:35 Jesus vs. Muhammad regarding idolatry01:44:00 Do Muslims worship Muhammad?01:53:05 Is Islam another sect of Judaism?01:54:00 ARE MUSLIMS IDOLATERS???