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  1. Michael1926

    The Unconquerable City

    There is a city that i learned about in Jewish teachings called Luz. This city was unconquerable and every kingdom that tried to conquer them inevitably failed. We learn that this city was given special protection by G-d which is why none could conquer it. Luz is located in what was once the...
  2. Ehav4Ever

    Torath Mosheh Yemenite Jewish vs. Samaritan Israeli Song by the Sea

    The following are two ancient versions of how the Song by the Sea is recited in Yemenite Jewish communities and the second in the Samaritan Israeli community. Both are how they were recited anciently and still how they are recited modernly in the respected synagogues of each group. Torath...
  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. Ehav4Ever

    Ask me anything about Torath Mosheh

    I have a bit of time for the next two weeks so I find this format a bit interesting. Any question on any topic. I try my best to be well versed in as many disciplines as possible. A couple of conditions: Depending on the question I will try to answer within two days. In all questions I will...
  6. 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...
  7. 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...
  8. Sean Keys

    Historical evidence for the Torah

    The first 5 books marks the foundation of the 3 greatest monotheistic religions, yet there is only archealogical evidence for everything from Judges onwards, how do we weigh this up?
  9. Ehav4Ever

    Do Torath Mosheh and Orthodox Jews know who is a Jew, according to Hebrew Tanakh?

    Recently, a challenge has been made about whether or not it is possible to identify who is really a Jew. The reality is that among Torath Mosheh and Orthodox Jews there has never been a problem in identifying who is a Jew. The reason is very simply. The definition of such was first provided by...
  10. 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...
  11. 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...
  12. firedragon

    The Gospel and the Torah, the Quran, Christian, Bahai, and other apologetics.

    In a nutshell, the Quran mentions the Gospel (Injeel), the Torah (Thaurath), and of course other scripture as well. But like a famous advertisement most of us would have these two top of mind, which probably is the reason these two are cited more often. Christian evangelists and Apologists...
  13. Y

    Abrahamics Only: Genesis 1:28-30 - Father Adam's GOD given Mission: The Glorious Commandment

    Genesis 1:28-30 28 And God blessed them, and God said unto them, Be fruitful, and multiply, and replenish the earth, and subdue it: and have dominion over the fish of the sea, and over the fowl of the air, and over every living thing that moveth upon the earth. 29 And God said, Behold, I have...
  14. Y

    ABRAHAMICS ONLY: The Tree called the knowledge of good and evil, (Genesis: a closer look) continued.

    In Genesis 2:16-17 it is written: 16 And the Lord God commanded the man, saying, Of every tree of the garden thou mayest freely eat: 17 But of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil, thou shalt not eat of it: for in the day that thou eatest thereof thou shalt surely die. If we look at...
  15. Y

    Genesis 3: A height of Blasphemy; a hoary lie.

    This is continuation of our study; a deeper look into the events of the Garden of Eden. in Genesis 3, it is written: And the Lord God said, Behold, the man is become as one of us, to know good and evil: and now, lest he put forth his hand, and take also of the tree of life, and eat, and live...
  16. 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...
  17. Ehav4Ever

    Simple Reasons Why Jews Don't Believe in Jesus and Christianity

    There have been several threads recently where questons have come up as to: Why do Torah based Jews not accept Chrisitian scriptual interpretation? Why do Torah based Jews not Jesus as a/the Messiah? Why is there a divide between "Judaism" and "Christianity?" It is hope that in this post these...
  18. Ehav4Ever

    Questions about (כשוף - קסם - חבר - חרש) Types of Avodah Zara

    Concerning the "wise men" of Pharaoh: According to Saadya Gaon in his commentary to the Torah he mentions (דבר הנעשה בחשאי ובהסתר) i.e. essentially slight of hand tricks. Also, mentioned in Emunoth and Deoth book 3 section 5 that they did things that were (כפא מסתורא אדא כשף) hidden to make...
  19. firedragon

    The Pentateuch and its sources, is it one, four, or more?

    If I may, if not all, most adherents of the Jewish faith, the Christian faith, and to a lesser degree, the Islamic faith (I dont know to what degree) believe that the Pentateuch or the first five books of the Tanakh or as the Christians called it, the Old Testament was one mans work. I will...
  20. 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...