Dr Broshi continues his series on the 7 reforms of Rabbinic Judaism. If you were to ask a jewish person if they’re “saved” they would look at you like you fell from the moon. Dr. Broshi discusses some key changes that redefined repentance as more of a political and outward change than what was spoken of by the Torah and Prophets, which is a repentance that starts from the heart. Also we discuss how Reincarnation became such a mainstream idea of God’s judgment when we die. How could Rabbinic Judaism fall so far from the Torah and prophets and adopt such clearly pagan and eastern religions practices.
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