Judaism and Christianity on Salvation: Rabbi Tovia Singer Explains Why Paul Corrupted Scripture

A devastating rebuttal of Paul’s novel views on the Torah and how he deliberately distorted its teaching. Shocking!

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Categories: Bible, Christianity, Judaism

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  1. It is truly sad that Paul’s Gospel of Freedom from the Law, and his teaching of Faith Based Redemption have blinded Christians and left them so far “out in Left Field’ on the subject of the Law and Salvation. This has caused them to stray far from the core beliefs, morals and values, of the traditional Abrahamic Faith.

    If there is no Divine Law, there is no code of conduct.

    If there is no code of conduct, there is no clear path to follow.

    With no clear path to follow, there is deviation, innovation, and misguidance.

    Such error always leads AWAY from the pleasure of God and the reward of Salvation which is only given through God’s mercy to those who have followed his guidance and remained obedient to the core commandments of his Divine Laws.

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    • sadly the christian belief is that god killed himself and brought himself back to life because he wanted to put a stop to his eternal law.

      in other words, god is saving us from what came out of his own mind

      many times you will hear evangelists say that “we can’t do the law perfectly”

      yet when one reads the psalms, there is no indication that the law has to be done perfectly.

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  2. ABSOLUTELY BRILLIANT!

    This clearly how Paul twisted the “word” to an articulation of faith instead of what it meant which was “knowledge of what actions (deeds) to do and do not do (i.e. commandments of God).

    As Rabbi Tovia says the verses after Deuteronomy (11-14) clearly say to follow the commandments of God and love him (establish a relationship with him)….but even in the verse immediately before (verse 10) and verses very close to it (verse 2, and verse 8), God emphasizes the importance of following the commandments.

    2 and when you and your children return to the Lord your God and obey him with all your heart and with all your soul according to everything I command you today,

    8 You will again obey the Lord and follow all his commands I am giving you today.

    10 if you obey the Lord your God and keep his commands and decrees that are written in this Book of the Law and turn to the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul.

    This reminds me of the verses in the Qur’an where it says that some of the People of the Book twist verses of God out of context and warns grievous punishment for that.

    Paul clearly takes god Almighty’s verses out of context.

    As Rabbi Tovia says we all should be very far away from Paul.

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  3. nobody needs a pagan flesh god as go between to speak to God or ask Him directly .

    quote:

    because God is the ultimate source of provision, mercy, forgiveness, etc., when it comes to prayer He should be asked directly
    He does not require an intermediary because He directly hears, sees, and has full knowledge and control over all that happens
    while relying on an intermediary can result in putting tawakkul in, attributing powers to, and even worshiping that intermediary instead of God Himself
    that was the same argument the pagans and Christians made for using idols or saints as intercessors
    the Qur’an responds that God is closer to you than your jugular vein
    meaning even though He is transcendent, He is also imminent through His knowledge and compassion for His creatures
    it’s very simple – therefore you don’t need intermediaries, God to become incarnate, etc.

    end quote

    no blood coupon is needed. christianity is pagan and false. have trust in God.

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  4. ravi zecharias is a pagan indian dirt bag. he didn’t really leave hinduism ,he just paying lip service to monotheism.

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