New series from Rabbi Michael Skobac

ISAIAH 53: 1 of 3 – Messiah, Sin & How NOT to Misread the Jewish Bible   ISAIAH 53: 2 of 3 – How Missionaries MISREAD Isaiah 53   ISAIAH 53: 3 of 3 – Who is the Suffering Servant of Isaiah 53?   — — ISAIAH 53: DEFUSING THE MISSIONARY NUCLEAR BOMB — —  — –STUDY BOOKLET — — Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in...
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Rabbi Tovia Singer; The Law of Moses and the New Covenant

Were the Mitzvoth (commandments), transmitted by Moses, intended by God to be observed for all time, or temporarily? Missionaries contend that Jews no longer need to keep the mitzvoth because Jesus fulfilled them, and we are now under the New Covenant. Are these claims valid? Do they accurately portray the message of the Jewish scriptures? Rabbi Singer answers these questions in this...
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Confused Texts and Testimonies – part 2

This two-part program is quite a departure from its predecessors.Rather than responding to points made by missionaries, this presentation takes the offensive presentation, raising questions about Christendom’s most fundamental teachings. Rabbi Singer carefully explains why Jesus is ineligible to be the messiah, and probes Jesus’ troubling genealogy.  ...
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Confused Texts and Testimonies – part 1

This two-part program is quite a departure from its predecessors.Rather than responding to points made by missionaries, this presentation takes the offensive presentation, raising questions about Christendom’s most fundamental teachings.  Rabbi Singer carefully explains why Jesus is ineligible to be the messiah, and probes Jesus’ troubling genealogy....
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Daniel 9’s, 70 Weeks

There is no article of faith that is more central to the Church than the belief in the atoning value of Jesus sacrificial death at Calvary. Missionaries never miss an opportunity to point out the inability to expiate sin without the shedding of blood. Is this claim really true? In this crucial lecture, Rabbi Singer compares the concepts of sin and atonement as set forth by Christianity and...
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