Tag Archives: Let’s Get Biblical

  • Judaism and Christianity on Satan: Why we Differ

    In this provocative presentation, Rabbi Singer delves into one of the most crucial theological differences between Judaism and the Church: Satan and Original Sin. Missionaries insist that man is totally depraved as a result of Satan’s unyielding power in the world, and man’s only hope for eternal salvation is through the Cross. Is this claim […]

  • Who is the Messiah?

    In this groundbreaking lecture, Rabbi Tovia Singer carefully homes in on the fundamental underpinnings of the Jewish-Christian debate. This program begins by examining the claim that Genesis 49:10 clearly testifies that the Jewish people are never to be without a Davidic king. In essence, missionaries charge that Judaism is essentially a defective religion, lacking a […]

  • Bethlehem and the Messiah: What’s the Connection?

    Christian missionaries contend that the birthplace of Jesus was foretold by the Jewish prophet Micah. Is this assertion true? Does the fifth chapter of the Book of Micah indeed foretell that the Messiah would be born in Bethlehem? In this exciting lecture, Rabbi Singer carefully examines this claim and surveys the evolution of Christian systematic.

  • The Oral Law – Part 2

    What is the evidence for the Oral Law? What does the Bible really say? Rabbi Singer answers these questions and explores some of Judaism’s most remarkable teachings in this closing segment on the Oral Law.

  • The Oral Law – Part 1

    More than 3,300 years ago, God transmitted to Moses both the Written and Oral Law. What is the Oral Law and why was it transmitted that way? Missionaries claim that although the Written Law is the word of God, the Oral Law was a mischievous invention of the rabbis! Is this claim really true or […]

  • Confused Texts and Testimonies – Part 2

    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

    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.

  • The Trinity

      No area of Jewish literature could be more inhospitable to the Christian doctrine of a triune godhead than the Hebrew Bible.It is on the strength of our Torah and Prophets that the Jew has preserved the commandment to worship one, single, unique Creator God Who alone is worthy of devotion.While missionaries argue that they […]

  • The Law of Moses and the New Covenant

    Were the Mitzvoth (commandments), transmitted by Moses, intended by God to be observed for all time, or temporarily?Missionaries contend that Jews no longer need to keep the mitzvoth because Jesus fulfilled them, and we are now under the New Covenant. Are these claims valid?  Do they accurately portray the message of the Jewish scriptures? Rabbi Singer answers these questions in […]

  • The Suffering Servant of Isaiah 53 – Part 2

    This passionate presentation of the fifty third chapter of Isaiah continues as Rabbi Tovia Singer explores what is perhaps the most misunderstood chapter in the Jewish scriptures.

  • The Suffering Servant of Isaiah 53 – Part 1

      There is no chapter in the Hebrew Bible that missionaries point to with greater confidence than these well-known passages that describe the Suffering Servant. They insist that anyone who reads this chapter will be convinced that the prophet clearly spoke of Jesus of Nazareth. In this two-part lecture, Rabbi Singer illustrates how the fourth […]

  • Sin and Atonement : Who Needs the Blood?

    There is no article of faith that is more central to the Church than the belief in the atoning value of Jesus’ sacrificial death at Calvary.Missionaries never miss an opportunity to point out the inability to expiate sin “without the shedding of blood.” Is this claim really true?In this crucial lecture, Rabbi Singer compares the […]