Answering the Rabbis

The Crucifixion Foretold by Zechariah

We are all very familiar with the famous icon of “the Crucified Jesus”, probably mostly recognized as the symbol of Christianity. But what if we told you that this image of the pierced Messiah is actually a biblical Jewish concept? And what if we told you that there is a

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Attitudes to Women: the Rabbis vs Jesus

The Jerusalem Talmud was written during the 5th century CE, hundreds of years after Jesus lived and ministered here in the Land of Israel in the first century. Tractate Sotah 47 of the Jerusalem Talmud tells a story about how Rabbi Joshua Ben-Perchiah threw Jesus out of his yeshiva (religious

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Answering the Atheist

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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Why Does God Allow Evil?

 Innocent babies die from horrible, painful diseases. Blameless bystanders are killed by natural disasters and little children are murdered in terrorist attacks. So, if God exists, why do we all suffer diseases, violence and war? Where was God during the Holocaust? Why doesn’t He put an end to all

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"This is the 21st century! Who needs God?!"

 In their book, “Evolution from Space”, Nobel Prize of Physics winner – Dr. Fred Hoyle and Astrobiologist – Prof. Chandra Wickramasinghe tried to calculate the odds that even one single, long molecule which contains any information could originate at random. We’ll spare you the infinite number they reached, but

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Answers in Prophecy

Messiah: Suffering Servant or Victorious King?

In order to dismiss the possibility that Jesus is the Messiah of Israel, who suffered and died as a sacrifice for our sins, rabbis of our time try to claim that the Messiah was never supposed to suffer or to die at all, but rather that the Messiah was to

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The Resurrection of the Messiah: What Israel Knew

Historians have discovered evidence of communities in ancient Israel that believed the Messiah would suffer and die—and crucially, that he would rise again on the third day… and that they had come to these conclusions by reading the Bible, even before the time of Jesus.1   There are several passages

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Whom is “my neighbor” that I must love?

Probably the most famous saying in the Bible is:  “You shall love your neighbour as yourself.” (Leviticus 19:18) It’s a passage that everybody likes to quote. But only few know how to put in practice.  In every reader’s mind the question naturally comes up: “Who is my neighbor?” Rabbinic answers to the question, “Who is

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Why Messiah must be God!

Does the New Testament turn a mere man into God? This is what New Testament critic Rabbi Daniel Asor thinks: “The Bible rejects pagan idolatry that revolves around human-like gods, men as gods.” Correct. In the pagan cultures of the East, gurus climb up a religious ladder until they get to the highest step of becoming a god. This is idolatry without

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