Judaism

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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Jewish / Judaism : When Was the Messiah Expected?, part 1 of 7

Jesus may have been rejected yet, the Talmud makes some very interesting statements that we ought to seriously consider because it is beyond question that something happened that changed the Jewish religion and thus, changed the world of Judaism forever. What was this occurrence?This event occurred 40 years before the destruction of the Second Temple …

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Jewish / Judaism : Will the Messiah Institute New Commandments?, part 1 of 7

FYI: This parsed essay has now been updated and published in my book Is Jesus the Messiah? A Judaism vs. Judaism Debate.   There is a contention between Judaism and Christianity as to whether the Messiah will institute new commandments; a new covenant. Let us explore this question. Part 1: Introduction Part 2: From the …

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Jewish / Judaism : Historical Jesus – Toledoth Yeshu

Toledoth Yeshu is a documents which purports to record aspects of the life of the historical Jesus. Let us begin our consideration of this text by noting, The tradition presented here is most commonly dated to approximately the 6th century CE. The text itself is closer to the 14th c.[fn] Early Secular Writings Regarding Christ[/fn]

The Holocaust and the Blame

The Holocaust has been on the news quite a bit lately, as per; Mahmud Ahmadinejad, Barack Obama, Anne Frank, James Von (or Van) Brunn. With Mahmud Ahmadinejad denying it. Barack Obama affirming it. Anne Frank’s birthday being celebrated. James Von (or Van) Brunn shooting guards at the museum.