Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Why Jews Reject Christianity

Rabbi YY Jacobson delivers a great lecture, which clearly explains why Jews believe what they believe and why Christianity is rejected, including a brilliant revelation by Ba'al HaTurim who foresaw the wayward Christian offshoot phenomenon 1,300 years before it happened.


[LINK]

5 comments:

  1. I'd appreciate if someone would report here in the comment section the brilliant revelation by Ba'al HaTurim of Torah that foresaw a phenomenon 1,300 years before it happened...as I cannot access the link. Thank you.

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  2. Ben, can you be more specific about what's failing.

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  3. Ben - in a nutshell. Thirteen Hundred Years Before Its Inception, Moses Cautioned his People about the Christian Faith

    and

    Baal Haturim -- Rabbi Yacov ben Asher (Germany and Spain, c.1269- c.1343)Reah, 13:2“If there will arise among you a prophet” –
    The word בקרבך , “among you”, has the numerical value of 324, same as the words האשה זו , “this
    woman”.


    2. בעל הטורים
    ראה יג, ב:
    בקרבך—בגימטריא זו האשה 423.
    “If there will arise among you a prophet”--
    The words נביא בקרבך , “among you a prophet”,
    have the numerical value of 387, same as האשה זו
    ובנה “this woman and her son”.
    .3
    בקרבך נביא - בגימטריא זו האשה ובנה )483

    VANGUARD - something is haywire with Ben's computer as he is saying the hyperlink will not open for him.

    http://www.theyeshiva.net/Content/PDF/Reah%205771%20version-0.pdf

    You might want to make a printscreen of the pdf curriculum of point 2. and point 3 which references the numerical value of 324 which the Baal Haturim is talking about.

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  4. Not Only Judaism.

    Islam rejects Christianity too.


    Islam, Christianity, Judaism reject one to another :))

    But, they have the same God (ALLAH, JHVH, God of human, the creator of the universe)

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  5. Atsuko:
    But the rejection is not for the same reasons!

    Besides that, don't compare Judaism to other religions, because they all are spurious and man-made, whereas Torah, G-d's gift to the Jews and mankind, is divine and immutable!

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