Judaism

VIDEO: 3 faiths, 1 god: do Judaism, Christianity and Islam worship the same god?

3 faiths, 1 god: do Judaism, Christianity and Islam worship the same god? The Qur’an’s surah 5:72-73 states, “They do blaspheme who say: ‘God is Christ the son of Mary’…Whoever joins other gods with Allah, Allah will forbid him the Garden, and the Fire will be his abode. There will for the wrong-doers be no …

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VIDEO: Rabbinic Jewish Kabbalah vs. Biblical Trinitarian theology

Rabbinic Jewish Kabbalah vs. Biblical Trinitarian theology. The god of Rabbinic Jewish Kabbalah is limited and thus needy as he lacks relationship. The one true God of biblical Trinitarian theology has enjoyed eternal relationship which is unified as there is one God yet, diverse and conflict-free as the Godhead consists of three persons.

Transhumanist golem

Lisa Nocks (M.A. in Media Studies, working toward a Ph.D. in Modern Intellectual History and Literature) wrote an interesting article which covers transhumanism, in a manner of speaking, based on a consideration of the infamous golem (“The Golem: between the technological and the divine,” Journal of Social and Evolutionary Systems, Volume 21, Issue 3, 1998, …

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Will Yitzhaq Hayutman reveal the occult holographic third temple?

Will Yitzhaq Hayutman reveal the occult holographic third temple? Yitzhaq Hayutman states, “I’ve always thought of myself as God’s architect” but, pray tell, to which “God” is he referring?* Hayutman is a cybernetics (“the creation of lifelike processes in machines”) expert and tech investor who: …wants to position an airborne hologram over the Dome of …

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Jewish / Judaism : The Suffering Servant According to Isaiah, part 1

There are a few points to the Jewish and Christian polemic over, the mother of all disputed texts, Isaiah 52:13-53:12 (succinctly referred to as Isaiah 53). The following parsed essay is a basic rundown of the charges made against Christianity and some responses from the context of the text and from rabbinic writings. The charges …

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