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  1. 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...
  2. 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...
  3. 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...
  4. firedragon

    Paul, the Pentateuch, the Tanakh: Conflict or reconciliation

    Since Jewish and Gentile followers of Jesus are now equal members of the family of God and therefore one people, Paul argues that Jesus put an end to the requirement of adherence to the Torah or Law, not only for Gentiles but also for Jews. That means Torah takes a backseat to Jesus—for Jews and...
  5. Ehav4Ever

    In Short - The Noachide/7 Mitvahs an explaination

    Carried over from a question in another thread. Questions came up about the Noachide "movement." This explaination may give a better insight to what is meant by a Noachide. According to Torah and Halakha Adam was given 6 mitzvoth by Hashem. The 7th mitzvah was given during the generation of...
  6. Ehav4Ever

    Answering Tzarah's Question about Hebrew text of Yoel 4:1

    This is a carry over from another thread where the question was asked by @Tzarah about a) the difference between the Hebrew text and the KJV bible and b) how a Torath Mosheh Jew who reads Hebrew reads the Hebrew text. The video below was created to answer both of these questions. Note: The...
  7. M

    The four main parts or layers of the Christian Bible

    The Christian Bible is an anthology, a collection of sometimes very diverse scriptures from (four) different cultures. As a non-christian I do not feel bound by the dogma that the Christian Bible collection is the "Word of God", just like I don't consider the anthology of the Veda's or the...
  8. Rakovsky

    Why should one believe that something the TaNaKh predicts would actually literally occur?

    The TaNaKh has inspiring, appealing predictions like the future Redemption and Resurrection. I would prefer for them to turn out to be factually true, but I would like to please ask why one would believe that they actually would? Let me explain what I mean. I. Jews and Christians generally...