• 01:31

    ANIMAL SACRIFICE; HUMAN SACRIFICE AND JUDAISM / CHRISTIANITY

    in Religion

    Blood ritual is fundamental to Judaism. Some blood sanctifies, some defiles. Let's see what the Talmud doctrines are.


    The Talmud is a huge collection of doctrines and laws compiled and written before the 8th Century, A.D., by ancient Jewish teachers. The Talmud, which often cites the Old Testament, is the basic book of Jewish law.


    Babylonian and Palestinian Talmuds


    There are two editions of the Talmud; one was composed by Babylonian Jews and one by Jews who lived in ancient Jerusalem. Generally a citation from the Talmud refers to the Babylonian version, which is considered authoritative. The Jerusalem Talmud is not generally taught in even the most Orthodox Jewish schools today, though advanced Talmud scholars sometimes study it.


    ANIMAL SACRIFICE


    HUMAN SACRIFICE


     


     

  • 02:21

    JUDAISM, CHRISTIANITY, & ISLAM: SAID ABRAHAMIC RELIGIONS METAPHYSICALLY DECODED

    in Spirituality

    JUDAISM, CHRISTIANITY, & ISLAM: SAID ABRAHAMIC RELIGIONS' HISTORICAL ORIGINS & THEIR OCCULT PRINCIPLES METAPHYSICALLY DECODED & ESOTERICALLY EXPLAINED BY DR. ALIM EL-BEY, THE CONNECTOR!

  • 02:01

    Rabbi Skobac - Jews For Judaism

    in Politics

    Tonight, Pesach and Eliana welcome Rabbi Michael Skobac, the Director of Education and Counselling of Jews For Judaism in Canada. He is one of the world's foremost authorities on Missionaries and Cults.


    He was educated at Northwestern University and Yeshiva University. He has been involved in Jewish education and outreach work since 1975. Rabbi Skobac was the founding director of Kiruv,the campus outreach arm of the Rabbinical Council of America, and has worked as a campus professional with Hillel groups in Philadelphia, New York and Toronto. He has specialized in counter-missionary work since 1983, establishing the New York branch of Jews For Judaism and serving as a consultant to the New York Jewish Community Relations Council Task Force on Missionaries and Cults. Rabbi Skobac has lectured extensively throughout the world on missionaries, cults, and issues of Jewish continuity and spirituality. His entertaining, inspiring and informative lectures have been enthusiastically received by all denominations of Judaism.


    As a highly respected authority on Jewish continuity, he has acted as a consultant to many Jewish communities worldwide in developing responses to missionary and cult activity and advising on issues of Jewish survival. He maintains a seat on The Community Engagement Committee of UJA Federation of Greater Toronto.


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  • 00:46

    The Quest for the Historical Jesus-Can Judaism Help Clear a Picture of Messiah

    in Spirituality

    Through the last 2,000 years, Jesus has undergone a transition from a Jewish Rabbi gathering disciples and teaching life ethics and morals within the framework of Torah Observance to a American Jesus hell-bent on American prosperity.  Join Rabbi Hilbrant and David Fournier in a 45 minute journey through the historical and scriptural look at Jesus: 1st Century Reality.

  • 02:00

    I AM A SUPERWOMAN PRESENTS: KEITH DAVIS, CONFESSION OF A REFORMED PLAYER

    in Motivation

    Author Keith B. Davis is an extraordinary writer and author of poetry and short stories and novel. Mr. Davis hails from the city of brotherly love and sisterly affection Philadelphia, Pa… Keith B. Davis received his high school diploma from Edward Bok A.V.T 1986 moreover; Mr. Davis went on to college at Cheyney University for two years. After that Mr. Davis went to work for fortune 500 company. Wells Fargo Bank and worked there for fifteen years and other customer service position, furthermore, turning toward his true purpose in life writing poetry and writing novels. Mr. Davis has published his first book “Insight to one’s soul” in 2003; his next installment was “The Awakening” in 2009. Also now with the third book “Confession of a Reformed Player” in 2014. All of Mr. Davis books are on http://www.amazon.com/Confession-Reformed-Player-Keith-Davis/dp/1499731957  

  • 00:56

    The First Cultural Context - Judaism

    in Christianity

    Today I will play some music and in the last half hour, I will be airing The First Cultural Context: Judaism.

  • 00:51

    Author James Bailey of "Contrast Community" will be the guest

    in Christianity

    James L. Bailey is interviewed as the author of the Contrast Community which is an intense discovery of the Sermon on the Mount and it's meaning.  It deals with the beattitudes which appeals to those who have emptiness and desire mercy to those who have fullness and can give.  He approaches the book as a tool for the church to use a transformative power to minister to the external world by employing lessons Jesus gave like turning the other cheek, giving the cloak off your back, walking the extra mile for someone.  He also tackles broader lessons of Christ on adultery, anger and its potential damage and how to become perfect in Christ (don't swear, express hatred).  The church can use these basic precepts as an effective ministry to help those who are suffering in their local community.  He also explains the difference of believers in the 1st Century church who were rabbinical Jews, Pharisees, Gentiles and how Jewish converts had to deal with critics to come full circle in the Judeo-Christian belief and accept the Messiah.


     


    James Bailey graduated from Capital University (1960) and Trinity Lutheran Seminary (1964) in Columbus, Ohio, before earning a Ph.D. in New Testament Studies at the University of St. Andrews in Scotland (1967). After pastoring in Cincinnati, Ohio, Jim taught at Trinity Lutheran Seminary (1970-74), Concordia College in Moorhead, Minnesota (1975-85), and Wartburg Theological Seminary (1985-2003). Jim is now the John S. and William A. Wagner Professor Emeritus of Biblical Theology at Wartburg Seminary, having retired from full-time teaching in 2003.  Jim has published several Bible studies for the church and is co-author of Literary Forms in the New Testament. He most recently published Contrast Community: Practicing the Sermon on the Mount, the topic for his session during Re-formation and Renewal. Jim and his wife Judy still reside in Dubuque, Iowa.

  • 01:28

    EVE THE MOTHER OF EVIL

    in Religion

    Adam’s first wife, had a fearsome reputation as a kidnapper and murderer of children and seducer of men.

  • 01:03

    The Greys (God) Vs Lucifer (Satan)

    in Religion

    We were light, We were truth, We were spiritual beings, We were Gods. We possessed the desire to become material beings, and on that account were incarcerated in the bodies. This made Lucifer (Satan) so upset that he started a rebellion resulting in a war in heaven. 

  • 02:01

    The Truth Of Religion

    in Religion

    The Grey species in general is more on the order of an electronically based space society with a common social memory complex that allows them to collectively function as areas of group-mind. Groups of Greys are controlled from one central source being, The One.

  • 00:46

    The Shemitah and Jubilees: Boom and Bust Economics Explained in Biblical Terms

    in Education

    Shemetah (sabbatical year or sheviit literally "seventh) is the seventh year of the seven-year agricultural cycle mandated by the Torah for the Land of Israel and still observed in contemporary Judaism.  During shmita, the land is left to lie fallow and all agricultural activity, including plowing, planting, pruning and harvesting, is forbidden by halakha (Jewish law).


    Israel set aside $29M for the farmers who obey the Shemetah Law (the Israel government believes that God will bless the land if they obey the Shemitah).  “While the Shemitah was designed by God to be a blessing to the people, when it was not observed, and when the people walked away from God, it became a curse,”  A Jubilee is a Sabbath of Sabbath years (7x7 years=49 years, so rest on the 50th


    Jubilee:   Jubilee is the institution described in the book of Leviticus (25:8-24) where it is stated that a series of forty-nine years [was] to be counted (there is considerable uncertainty as to the date from when the counting is to begin, but traditionally it is from the creation of the world) and every fiftieth year declared a special year during which there was to be no agricultural work; all landed property was to revert to its original owner; and slaves were to be set free. The name Jubilee is from the Hebrew word yovel, “ram’s horn,” the year being so called because a ram’s horn was sounded when it was proclaimed (Leviticus 25:9). Since this verse says: “[Proclaim liberty] throughout the land for all its inhabitants,” the Talmudic view is that the Jubilee was not observed during the Second Temple period because the majority of Jews no longer lived in the land of Israel.

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