Rabbi Tovia Singer responds to caller’s pressing question: What motivated the Jewish authors of the gospels to distort passages from the Jewish Scriptures. Moreover, doesn’t their extensive citations from Tanach indicate that they were scholarly followers of Jesus?
Christians are so convinced that Jesus is the messiah, they are utterly astounded that the Jews, of all people, are unconvinced that the Suffering Servant is not Jesus. But doesn’t Isaiah 53, which Christians frequently cite, predict that the messiah would be tortured and killed for the sins of mankind? In this live broadcast, Rabbi […]
Missionaries insist that that the final passage in the second Psalm contains a clear reference to Jesus, and illustrates that the Old Testament foretold the Christian Messiah. Is this a valid claim? In this eye-opening broadcast, Rabbi Tovia Singer demonstrates that the Church employed a creative textual technique in order to make the cherished Book […]
Rabbi Tovia Singer explains that students of the Bible who depend on translations are vulnerable to misjudging Scripture. As it turns out, the Church systematically and deliberately altered both the Jewish and Christian Scriptures for a variety of reasons. Church scribes tampered with passages in Tanach in order to persuade potential converts that […]
Christians are so convinced that Jesus is the messiah, they are utterly astounded that the Jews, of all people, consider this claim preposterous. Christians are bewildered by this rejection because it appears so obvious to them that every aspect of Jesus’ life—from his miraculous conception to his crucifixion and resurrection—was clearly predicted in the Jewish […]
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 […]
In this fascinating broadcast, Rabbi Tovia Singer examines the first and most famed Messianic prophecy in the Book of Isaiah. Why doesn’t this epic prophecy appear on any Jews for Jesus tract and is ripped out of context on the UN’s Isaiah Wall?