In this fascinating broadcast, Rabbi Tovia Singer Illustrates how Christian scribes altered the New Testament in order to prove that the doctrine of the Trinity and other late Church teachings were firmly supported by the Christian Bible.
Rabbi Tovia Singer responds to a caller’s provocative question: Will Christians who worship Jesus go to hell? In this intense program, Rabbi Singer takes the audience on a journey through Scripture as he explores the doctrine of the Trinity, a self-inflicted wound from which the Church never recovered.
How did Christians go about changing passages of the New Testament to make them conform to more evolved doctrines of the Church? In this thought-provoking presentation, Rabbi Tovia Singer illustrates how crucial words in the Christian Bible were interpolated in order to make them more consistent with new orthodox views about Jesus.
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.
Responding to a caller, Rabbi Tovia Singer explores how the thoroughly monotheistic Christian movement that first broke away from Judaism rapidly transformed itself into a religion that embraced the notion that God had a son who was both fully human and divine, and a member of a three-part godhead. Why did it stray so far […]
While all Abrahamic religions regard themselves as monotheistic, traditional Judaism does not consider modern-day Christianity to be a pure monotheism because its followers worship Jesus as the second Person of a triune godhead. In this provocative broadcast, Rabbi Tovia Singer why the doctrine of the Trinity spawned a spiritual self-inflicted wound from which the Church […]
We are explicitly told in the Torah that idolatry is strongly forbidden. What exactly constitutes idolatry? Are all statues regarded as forbidden idols? Is the belief in the Christian doctrine of the Trinity considered idolatry? Does it matter? What does the Bible really say? Rabbi Tovia Singer Responds.
While Judaism regards the Christian doctrine of the Trinity completely alien to the uncompromising monotheism conveyed in the Jewish Scriptures, missionaries sharply disagree and argue that the Tanach widely supports the Church’s three-in-one concept of the godhead. In this fascinating broadcast, Rabbi Tovia Singer illustrates that the Christian doctrine of a triune godhead is strongly […]
Mary has been venerated by millions since the early church. Why and how did the striking stories about her own life develop within a short time following the birth of Christianity? Moreover, Rabbi Singer responds to the nagging question: Did Isaiah in fact predict that the Messiah would be born to a virgin? How did […]