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  1. Ehav4Ever

    The Written Torah - How It Came About and Who Wrote It

    In this thread I will discuss the historical / traditional claim made by Torah based Jews / Orthodox Jews, Samaritans, and even Karaites that the written text of the Torah was dictated by the Creator of all things to Mosheh ben-Amram and that the current Torah texts of ancient Torah based...
  2. Ehav4Ever

    Ancestry of Torath Mosheh Jews (Ivrim-Benei Yisrael-Yehudim)

    The folliwing is description of historical and archeological sources towards the ancestry of the following Jewish communities. Mizrahim Teimanim Sephardim Maghrebim Qavqazim Ashkenazi Orthodox, Ultra-Orthodox, Hasidim, Hereidim Ethiopian / Habashim / Beta Yisrael Benei Menashe To start, the...
  3. Ehav4Ever

    Torath Mosheh and Translations of Jewish Texts

    This came up in another thread and I decided to post it here in case I need to reference it.
  4. Ehav4Ever

    The Importance of Correct/Accurate Terminology in Discussing Torah/Yahaduth

    I plan on making this into a reference thread. That way I don't have to repeat the same information or better yet allow me to refer others to this. The first point I would like to make is about the English term "Hebrew" and how it can be confused some incorrect "westernized" concepts. There was...
  5. River Sea

    Yadavas Hebrews farmers. How come Jews thought Hebrews were slaves?

    Yadavas Hebrews were farmers. How come Jews thought Hebrews were slaves?
  6. Harel13

    What English Jews thought about German Jews

    I had a test today about Jewish history in the modern era. One part of the test included analyzing one of two texts. I picked the second one which consisted of two letters written by a Jewish woman named Rivka Samuel who apparently moved from England to America some time circa the Revolution...
  7. questfortruth

    Whom will Jews accept?

    Revelation 3:9, NIV: I will make those who are of the synagogue of satan, who claim to be Jews though they are not, but are liars--I will make them come and fall down at your feet and acknowledge that I have loved you. John 5:43: I have come in My Father’s name, and you do not accept Me; but if...
  8. Harel13

    Newly-discovered Egyptian Genizah seized by authorities

    Egyptian Antiquities Authorities Confiscates New Genizah Found In Cairo Jewish Cemetery - VINnews From the article: "JERUSALEM (VINnews) — A new genizah (archive) with rare ancient Jewish documents was discovered in the Cairo Jewish cemetery last month, but a report by Israeli Arab affairs...
  9. Ehav4Ever

    How Torah based Jews Understand the Hebrew Tanakh's View of the Creator

    This thread is to address a question bough up by @firedragon . I will start off by restating what was originally asked and restated what was originally given as answers in the following posts. firedragon wrote: I would like to consult a Jew or two on this matter because this is a very common...
  10. Ehav4Ever

    "A" Torath Mosheh View of Human Suffering and Responsibility

    In another thread, well as a question I once answered on Quara, series fo questions were asked which I will summarize in the following way. Why would a serial killer be allowed to abuse and murder a dozen innocent children over the course of his lifetime? Is what ever created everything...
  11. questfortruth

    Most hated nations

    1. Nation A and Nation B are the top hated nations in the world. 2. A is hated because it has written Holy Bible. 3. B is hated, because it has defended A from Hitler, and defends Eastern Orthodox Church.
  12. Ehav4Ever

    Is it true that Torath Mosheh/Orthodox Jews think halakha is complete and unalterable?

    In order to answer this question, the first consideration would be "What is halakha?" The hebrew term (הלכה) comes from the Hebrew root (ה-ל-ך) meaning "walking; moving towards a goal." Thus, halakha is defined as the process of practice, tradition, rulings, etc. that relates to how Torath...
  13. Ehav4Ever

    Davidic King/Mashiahh according to Torath Mosheh Sources

    In another thread the question was asked about Judaism's concept of "messiah." In this thread I will only be presenting what Torath Mosheh sources state on the matter of a future Dadivic king/leader who is espected to lead according to Torath Mosheh. Note: This information only covers what can...
  14. ronki23

    Why did the Jews move to Israel/Palestine in 1882 ?

    I thought the creation of Israel was due to the Holocaust and the Jews having somewhere safe to live but the Jews started moving to Palestine in 1882 . I know there was a partition plan in 1920 to seperate Jordan from Palestine and then further partition under the Peel proposal. Why did the...
  15. Ehav4Ever

    Why Torah based Jews would be unconvinced

    "If that is what you consider to be true then why does it matter to you what we Jews say?" That is the question I often want to ask when threads are started as if they are asking questions to Jews when instead what is being posted is a statement or manifesto. That is not to say that some people...
  16. Harel13

    Did the Pharisees know what they were talking about?

    I saw today something interesting. One of the greatest academic Talmud scholars of the last century was Prof. Yaakov Nachum Epstein. In his book "Introductions to the Tannaitic Literature", pg. 280-281, he discusses shortly the laws of Shabbat as described in the gospels. He lists them and then...
  17. danieldemol

    “Jews are behind the pandemic,” chant crowd at Polish anti-vaccine protest

    'At yesterday’s event, a man leading chanting through a megaphone asked the crowd: “We know who is behind this whole ‘plandemic’ and who rules the world, right?” In response, someone shouted “Jews”, and the man replied, “Of course it’s the Jews”. The crowd then chanted together: “Every Pole can...
  18. Teritos

    Is Jesus a Jew?

    In his family tree there are of course also Jews, but Rahab, Ruth and Bathsheba are not Jews but nevertheless appear in the family tree of Jesus, so Jesus was actually also a Gentile. What does it mean to be a Jew anyway? According to the OT, one can become a Jew by converting. Do ethnic Jews...
  19. questfortruth

    The New Piece between two gods: Islam and Judaism?

    Quote: "and we start fire, and we shut it down."
  20. Teritos

    Dark Jews with Afros?

    Is this image authentic? If so, why does it show Abraham and other Hebrews with dark skin colors and afros? Beth Alpha - Wikipedia