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1. Video version on Rumble (the program is 59 minutes this week): https://rumble.com/embed/vmd8yb/?pub=ltn9b

2. Video version on Odysee: https://odysee.com/@JTF.ORG:4/5:b2

3. For those who would like to download the file for their MP3 players or iPods: http://www.jtf.org/ask/2021-11-09.mp3

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Re: ASK JTF 11/09/21 - Chaim Ben Pesach answers questions from JTFers
« Reply #1 on: November 09, 2021, 08:59:44 PM »
What you said sounds logical. However, Maimonides rules in Laws of Kings 9:14 that a Gentile woman may not serve as a witness or a judge (regardless of her position in society).

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Re: ASK JTF 11/09/21 - Chaim Ben Pesach answers questions from JTFers
« Reply #2 on: November 09, 2021, 09:12:47 PM »
Note that Jesus personally taught the idolatrous doctrine of the trinity in Matthew 28:19. The verse is found in every extant Greek manuscript. There is no textual evidence he didn't teach what Matthew 28:19 says he did.

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Re: ASK JTF 11/09/21 - Chaim Ben Pesach answers questions from JTFers
« Reply #3 on: November 10, 2021, 05:28:58 PM »
Note that Jesus personally taught the idolatrous doctrine of the trinity in Matthew 28:19. The verse is found in every extant Greek manuscript. There is no textual evidence he didn't teach what Matthew 28:19 says he did.

Like all the so-called gospels, Matthew was written many years after Yeshu died, some scholars estimate around 85 CE, but possibly later, and already after the cult was being marketed to non-Jews.

The fact that they were written in Greek is already indicating it was not a Jewish enterprise
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Re: ASK JTF 11/09/21 - Chaim Ben Pesach answers questions from JTFers
« Reply #4 on: November 10, 2021, 09:02:40 PM »
Like all the so-called gospels, Matthew was written many years after Yeshu died, some scholars estimate around 85 CE, but possibly later, and already after the cult was being marketed to non-Jews.

The fact that they were written in Greek is already indicating it was not a Jewish enterprise

It is incredible that an interpolation of this character can have been made in the text of Matthew without leaving a trace of its unauthenticity in a single manuscript. Because the trinity is the actual teaching of Jesus, I converted to the 7 Noahide commandments.

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Re: ASK JTF 11/09/21 - Chaim Ben Pesach answers questions from JTFers
« Reply #5 on: November 11, 2021, 12:38:47 AM »
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Shalom Chaim,

1) Your thoughts on Kabbalah and especially
    the “modern day” practice of it.

2) Opinion of Bernard Goetz, Joseph Farah, and
    Robert Spencer, thanks.


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Re: ASK JTF 11/09/21 - Chaim Ben Pesach answers questions from JTFers
« Reply #6 on: November 11, 2021, 12:55:04 AM »
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The questions I asked were meant for
ASK JTF #10. The return answer segment
of ASK JTF #9 was excellent!

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Re: ASK JTF 11/09/21 - Chaim Ben Pesach answers questions from JTFers
« Reply #7 on: November 11, 2021, 07:57:18 PM »
It is incredible that an interpolation of this character can have been made in the text of Matthew without leaving a trace of its unauthenticity in a single manuscript. Because the trinity is the actual teaching of Jesus, I converted to the 7 Noahide commandments.

I mean, look, could he have said such a thing during his life?  Maybe. Who can know for sure?  It wouldn't make him any less of a prophet, messiah, or divine entity whether he did or didn't teach this concept.  Either way he is none of those things.  And you can't go less than 0 on that scale.
They also claim that he turned water into wine, but I personally don't think that's true either.  (Although it would be irrelevant even if it was true). The gospels also claim he was resurrected which is nonsense that they made up to make a religion out of him.  So made up things could definitely be in these writings.

But by the time the gospels were created, a movement around this dead person had been formed, and so literally anything in the gospels cannot be trusted with certainty to be the true teachings of a Jew of that time rather than the imaginings of the cult that formed after his death and was crafted by people seemingly not fully literate in Hebrew nor the Scriptures.   This concept of trinity may have been popular with and resonated with the earliest non-Jewish Christians because of the fact that it is pagan-like and something that appealed to them as similar to their previous popular beliefs of that era.   I think it's reasonably plausible that the man they worship never said any such thing.  But I take your point that maybe he did.