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What does Reform "Judaism" and Messianic "Judaism" have in common? Both are psedoJudaism. Except that at least Messianic Judaism is somewhat based on the Bible [albeit from a Christian perspective] and can, at times, be on the right side of the issue [such as on social issues in bringing G-d to the public square or in opposing abortion]. Reform "Judaism" is not Judaism. It's leftist tyranny. The mainstream of the Reform movement is run by far leftists with Stalinist tendancies.The Reform movement thinks that they're open minded. Yet they'll lump anyone they disagree with with the "religious right", particularly with Conservative Christians in America. The far left of the Reform movement feeds off of the baseless fear mongering of the religious right in America seeking to "impose" its religion. Many Jews [even some Orthodox ones] are more than happy to empathize the difference between Judaism and Christianity [I agree that Judaism and Christianity are two completely different religions and so does anyone except for Messianic "Jews" who pose as Jews to get more converts]/ But look, the secular left really isn't any more "Jewish" than Christianity. In fact, Christian Conservatives are way closer to Torah than secular leftists are on pretty much every social issue there is. The mainstream of the Reform movement is like the Noah movie, where the theme is the same: support every leftist cause from the murder of babies in the womb, to the Homosexual agenda, to removing G-d from school prayer all the way down to worshipping trees and believing that animals have more rights. In this show, I'll tlak about religious coercion from the Pagan apostate Reform movement.
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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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.
JUDAISM, CHRISTIANITY, & ISLAM: SAID ABRAHAMIC RELIGIONS' HISTORICAL ORIGINS & THEIR OCCULT PRINCIPLES METAPHYSICALLY DECODED & ESOTERICALLY EXPLAINED BY DR. ALIM EL-BEY, THE CONNECTOR!
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.
Christmas is celebrating the reality of the incarnation, but how does that fit within Judaism? Can a Jew really believe that the Messiah could be incarnate deity? To answer those questions, my guest will be my friend Eric Chabot who regularly interacts with Jews and Jewish issues.
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TO CONTROL THE FUTURE ONE MUST CONTROL THE PAST
WHO EVER CONTROLS OR RE-WRITES HISTORY; WRITES THE FUTURE
The Hebrew religion gave us monotheism; it gave us the concept of rule by law; it gave us the concept that the divine works its purpose on human history through human events; it gave us the concept of the covenant, that the one god has a special relationship to a community of humans above all others. In the West, in the Middle East, in most of Africa and Asia, the legacy of Hebrew religion permeates nearly everything you see.
Through archaeology and analysis of Hebrew scriptures, scholars have divided the development of the Hebrew religion into five main periods.
Statistics tell us the grimm news that as many as 70% of our Christian children are leaving the church in their teen years and never returning. At the same time the retention rate among Orthodox Jews of their young people in their faith is significantly higher. In this episode Becky Fischer visits with Rabbi Moshe Rothchild, father of four, as he shares some of the unique characteristics of spiritual discipleship in the average Jewish home that may give us insight into what we can do as parents to cause our children to be more committed to their faith.
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Don't miss this series with host Minister Akaiha & Dr. Jeremiah A. (Stands for Awesome) Wright. This Mental Giant as I call him. Dr. Jeremiah A. Wright, Jr. is a man of faith, a homiletic genius, a theological scholar and a pastor’s pastor. He is a family man who enjoys spending quality time with his wife, children, grandchildren, extended family and friends.
Sibling Rivalry: Judaism, Christianity and Islam - Dr Wright teaches us where all the Holy books come from. Our true connection to God no matter what name you have given the Great I AM that I AM God has over 600 names. If you were to change the world as you know it now and place Africa as the center of the earth the way is was originally before the Europeans changed it you would have a different prospective right. So look at this and many more jaw dropping truths, "For nothing is secret, that shall not be made manifest; neither anything hid, that shall not be known and come abroad."
“Walking with God is to stand where God stands, and to fight for whom God fights: the poor, the weak, the powerless and the defenseless. Walking with God is to have the courage to know that fear and trepidation before the might of the powerful is overturned by the fear of the Lord! Walking with God is to understand, without doubt or equivocation that justice is what Yahweh requires
Join host Minister Akaiha for shocking jaw dropping bible study this side of Zion. No longer will false prophets mislead you. As my Dad the late Henry Rudolph Duke would say just for the record or Let the record show The Real Deal Bible Study is here to crush all myths and lies you’re been told and set the captives free!!!
Check out what God has to say, the truth will set you free.
Rabbi Rabbi Wolkoff and Mark Winwood, founder and resident teacher of the Tibetan Buddhist "Chenrezig Project" engage in a conversation examining their faith's philosophies and practices around dying, death and the after-death experiences. Mark, who conducts workshops for hospice nurses in Florida, will speak about Tibetan Buddhism, Meditation and Mindfulness of Death, the Dying Process, Best Care for the Dying and Rebirth/Reincarnation. Rabbi Wolkoff will discuss the Concept of Soul, the Relationship of Body and Soul, the Kaddish as a Source of Comfort, and the Place of Death in our Life.