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  • Paul and the Christian Corruption of the Jewish Scriptures

    [emd_donation email=”toviasinger1@aol.com”] While both Matthew and Paul quoted extensively from Tanach in order to support their teachings, only Paul would successfully persuade his audience. The Book of Matthew was written for a Jewish audience. As a result, Matthew’s mission largely failed among the people he sought to convert because the Jews were repelled by his […]

  • Psalm 2:12 Kiss the Son?

    [emd_donation email=”toviasinger1@aol.com”] Although only one word in Psalm 2:12 was changed, the alteration was sufficient to portray the Psalmist as instructing the faithful to kiss Jesus.How could such a strange suggestion find itself in Christian translations of the Jewish Bible? Rabbi Singer reveals how an Aramaic interpolation created a very bizarre Christological text.

  • The Lord said to my Lord – Who does the Lord Speak of in Psalm 110?

    [emd_donation email=”toviasinger1@aol.com”] The deliberate mistranslation of the first verse of 110th Psalm dates back to the first century and is found in the Christian Gospels. The confusion created by the Christianization of this Hebrew text was further perpetuated and promulgated by most Christian translators of the Bible.Find out how missionaries paint Jesus in Tanach by […]

  • Confused Texts and Testimonies – Part 2

    [emd_donation email=”toviasinger1@aol.com”] This two-part program is quite a departure from its predecessors.Rather than responding to points made by missionaries, this presentation takes the offensive presentation, raising questions about Christendom’s most fundamental teachings. Rabbi Singer carefully explains why Jesus is ineligible to be the messiah, and probes Jesus’ troubling genealogy.

  • Confused Texts and Testimonies – Part 1

    [emd_donation email=”toviasinger1@aol.com”] This two-part program is quite a departure from its predecessors.Rather than responding to points made by missionaries, this presentation takes the offensive presentation, raising questions about Christendom’s most fundamental teachings. Rabbi Singer carefully explains why Jesus is ineligible to be the messiah, and probes Jesus’ troubling genealogy.