Tag Archives: Let’s Get Biblical

  • New-Books-comparison

    Major Difference in the New Let’s Get Biblical Book Series

    Rabbi Singer’s Groundbreaking Two-volume Book Answers Christian Charges Against Judaism! I was recently asked how the newly released, Expanded Edition of the two-volume book, Let’s Get Biblical!, differs from an earlier, single volume Study Guide that bears a strikingly similar name.  These works are vastly different in both scope and substance. After the popular, single […]

  • The Slander of Israel and its Trigger for Anti-Semitism

    Rabbi Singer exposes how leading journalists deliberately manipulate their news coverage on the Middle East conflict in order to depict Israel as an apartheid state that brutalizes an innocent Palestinian society. These biased reporters lack objectivity, and rarely portray Israel as a democratic, peace-loving nation whose citizens are the victims of relentless Arab terror. Instead, […]

  • Does the Talmud Condone Murder, Pedophilia, and Idolatry?

    In a shocking assault on Judaism, anti-Semitic groups make a forceful argument that the Talmud, the sacred compendium of the Oral Torah, advocates the vilest crimes known to man. Tragically, these despicable allegations are made by both Christian and Moslem anti-Semites. How is it possible to slander this revered tome which contains the sacred moral […]

  • Rabbinic View of Christianity

    Is the Church playing a central role in the grand scheme of God? Why did Christianity thrive among the masses while other religions faded away? What do the rabbis say about the most popular religion in the world? In this lecture, Rabbi Singer unravels the role of Christendom in the final redemption.

  • Gibsons Passion Crucified the Jews

    Why did the age-old Christian charge of deicide thrive as the Church’s most enduring accusation against the Jews? Did Mel Gibson’s blockbuster film resurrect a devastating, anti-Semitic portrayal of the Jewish people? In this presentation, Rabbi Tovia Singer explores the world’s longest hatred as he delve into the bitter teaching of contempt that permeated Christian […]

  • Rabbi Singer Answer Questions from the Audience – Part 2

    Rabbi Singer’s audiences love the freestyle question and answer period that follows each of his programs. Because both Jews and Christians attend all of his presentations, no one in the audience knows what to expect from the questions asked or from the biblical journey Rabbi Singer may lead you on with his answers which delve […]

  • Rabbi Singer Answer Questions from the Audience – Part 1

    Rabbi Singer’s audiences love the freestyle question and answer period that follows each of his programs. Because both Jews and Christians attend all of his presentations, no one in the audience knows what to expect from the questions asked or from the biblical journey Rabbi Singer may lead you on with his answers which delve […]

  • Bearers of the Torch! An Encounter With Mt. Sinai

    For the past 2,000 years, the church loudly declared that the unique role of the Jews as guardians of the sacred scriptures and witnesses to the divine oracles of God has ended. As if with one voice, the Church Fathers and Reformers insisted that the commandments prescribed in the Torah became obsolete, and the Jewish […]

  • Paul and the Christian Corruption of the Jewish Scriptures

    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 wild exploitation […]

  • Who was Pierced in Zechariah 12:10?

    Was Jesus’ crucifixion prophesied in the Book of Zechariah? Jews for Jesus thinks so. Learn how the Book of John went so far as to alter the Zechariah’s own words in order to support his Passion story.

  • Psalm 2:12 Kiss the Son?

    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?

    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 twisting a […]