Answering the Rabbis

Are Miracles Possible?

 The Bible describes phenomena which, according to the laws of nature, are impossible. Virgins don’t give birth. Angels don’t deliver messages to humans. The sea doesn’t part on its own. Fire doesn’t rain down from the sky. People don’t walk on water. The dead don’t come back to life.

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Answering the Atheist

What is (biblical) Love?

As humans, we are social beings.Therefore, every one of us has the need to be loved, appreciated and have relationships with others. Humans are incapable of living on their own, with no relationships. That is why people who are in solitude tend to go insane. We were created to live in a society and depend on one

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A Moral Argument for God

Some ask: how is it possible to believe in the existence of an all powerful God when the world is immersed in so much evil and wickedness? The problem is, that if there is NO God, there is also no such thing as “evil” or “wickedness”. After all, the claim that rape

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Are You a "Good Person"?

Some claim if a person were given the perfect surroundings, that person would be perfect as well. As a father to a young boy, I (as every parent) know that along with the cuteness and amazing things we see in our sweet little children, each and every one of them – and each

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Answers in Prophecy

The Messiah is God

Rabbi Tovia Singer says: “Anyone who thinks that God came down to us, manifested as anything, whether as cottage cheese or as Jesus, such person is going to the eternal fire of hell and will not enjoy Heaven.” Rabbi Daniel Asor adds: “The Old Testament forbids pagan beliefs which evolve

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Jesus’ Resurrection – answering rabbinic objections against Jesus’ Resurrection

According to the New Testament, the resurrection of Yeshua after his crucifixion and death is God’s confirmation of the Messiah’s divine authority over life and over death. Throughout history the Messianic faith has had to stand its ground against Bible criticism, historical research, and of course, attacks of the rabbis: all trying to refute the fact of Yeshua’s resurrection from the dead. While each and every one of

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Is Blood Necessary for Atonement of Sins?

The motif of the blood is so strong, so central, and so important in the Pentateuch that it’s impossible to separate it from the motif of sacrifice and atonement for sins, which are interrelated. The Pentateuch teaches that when someone sins, they must be put to death, or that someone

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