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 king, sacrifices, or high priest as outlined in the Bible. Is this claim valid?
Finally, Rabbi Singer probes the fundamental theological issues that separate Judaism from her younger rival.