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).
The Epistle to the Hebrews (or the Book of Hebrews) sets out to demonstrate that Judaism’s chief institutions were merely temporal and provisional. The Jews, its author argues, never really understood the true meaning of their Sabbath, messianic prophecies, temple sacrifices, and priesthood. They didn’t grasp that these were only images that prefigured and foreshadowed […]
What is the significance of the striking prophecy in the Book of Isaiah regarding Cyrus, King of Persia? Rabbi Tovia Singer illuminates one of the most striking and controversial prophecies in the Book of Isaiah. Presentation translated into Indonesian.
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 […]
The main topic of Tenak Talk episode #33 with wil’Liam Hall and Rabbi Tovia Singer discusses about the oral law. Most people say that the Talmud and other aspects of the Oral Law are purely rabbinical. What if they are wrong? What if there was PROOF of the Oral Law being taught throughout the New Testament?
God is not a man. It is that straight and clear in the Tanakh. But why if it’s so straight and so clear, why is it not straight and clear in the perspective of the Christians and Messianic? A Tenak Talk caller asked this interesting question.
This intriguing topic on “the Hidden Chapters” claimed by missionaries is discussed by Rabbi Tovia Singer on Tenak Talk. Missionaries who target Jews for conversion claim that the Jews purposefully removed Isaiah 53 from the Sabbath Haftorah reading. They argue that the rabbis are so scared that worshipers, upon hearing Isaiah 53 read from the pulpit, might bolt […]