Why I am a Jew – a video by Rabbi Sacks

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A Letter and a Video

It  started when I watched Rabbi Tovia Singer’s video: ”Are Christians Going to Hell ? Rabbi Tovia Singer explores the Toxic Doctrine of the Trinity” around two weeks ago

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The Real Jewish Messiah – Debate

1000 Verses – a project of Judaism Resources The Real Jewish Messiah: Rabbi Blumenthal Debates Dr. Brown Over the last year, Dr. Michael Brown and Rabbi Yisroel Blumenthal have engaged in a series of back and forth video presentations on YouTube.

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By The Rivers of Babylon, USA, and Beyond – Tzvi Jacobson

By The Rivers of Babylon, USA, and Beyond Back when our forefathers were exiled in Babylon we read in Psalm 137 3,4 they were asked to sing the songs of Zion. There is something about Jewish music that stirs the innermost soul of man

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Do Not Do Unto Others

1000 Verses – a project of Judaism Resources Do Not Do Unto Others The Talmud recounts that a Gentile once approached Hillel with the request that Hillel convert him to Judaism. This Gentile did not want to go through a lengthy regimen of learning, so he told Hillel; “I want you to teach me the entire Torah while I stand on one foot”. Hillel’s response endures as a lesson for the generations

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The Real Jewish Messiah – upcoming debate

The Real Jewish Messiah: Rabbi Blumenthal Debates Dr. Brown Over the last year, Dr

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Rabbi Sacks debate with Richard Dawkins

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The Real Jewish Messiah

Coming soon

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Two Sides of the Same Coin – Proverbs 30:6

1000 Verses – a project of Judaism Resources Two Sides of the Same Coin – Proverbs 30:6   “Do not add on to His words, lest He prove it in you and you will turn out to be false.” The nature of translation is such that no matter how loyal you are to the original, some of the flavor will go lost. This verse in Proverbs is a classic example of the limitations of translation. Allow me to elaborate: The first phrase in this verse is easily translated and understood – Do not add on to His words; obviously referring to the words of God

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Jewish Self-Identity; an excerpt from “Covenant Nation”

In his description of the sense of Jewish self-identity that preceded Christianity, Boyarin has forgotten a key element in that sense of self-identity. The Jewish people did not just see themselves merely as a community; they saw themselves as a community that stands in a special relationship with God. Obviously, some Jews took this relationship more seriously than did others, but being a Jew meant being tied up with God.

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