What is the biblical source of Rabbinic Authority? Explore two Talmudic stories that illustrate the Rabbinic understanding of the extent of their authority.
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Who was Rabbi Moshe Al Sheich? Why is he quoted (misquoted) by missionaries with regard to Isaiah 53? Find out in this post.
In this article Moshe Shulman covers the views of the commentators from the time of Rashi on Isaiah 53. There have been literally dozens of commentaries written since his time, but very few are considered authoritative. For that reason he would like to explain how we should evaluate the works and how serious they are taken
Who is the Moshiach ben Yosef? What did he teach? Let us find out in this detailed and interesting post.
Those who have read the Bible may agree that there is violence written about in it. What is the reason for depicting so much war and violence in Bible?
In this post, Rabbi Zalman Kravitz will share with us the Jewish view on Charity, with special focus on Maimonides’ Eight Levels of Charity.
What are the Christian objections that have been directed against general observance of Law? What is the truth behind these Christian objections. We find out here.
Our sages teach, “All the festivals are destined to be nullified [in the Messianic age], but the days of Purim will never cease to be observed.” (Midrash Mishlei 9:1) This startling comment may be understood if we consider the placement of Purim in the sequence of the other Jewish holidays. It may be suggested that [Read More]
David Hazony’s recent book The Ten Commandments reveals that while most people feel strongly about the commandments, few are actually able to enumerate them. Even for those who have pondered these foundational spiritual directives, the very first one is often perplexing. Indeed, some thinkers have questioned whether the introductory statement that “I am the Lord [Read More]
Jews And “Jewish Christianity” A Jewish Response to the Missionary Challenge by David Berger and Michael Wyschogrod Contents Preface to The First Printing A Note to the Reader 1. Introduction 2. Jesus and the Messiah 3. Jesus and God 4. “Proofs” of Christianity in the Hebrew Bible 5. The Forgiveness of Sin 6. On Jews, [Read More]