Wednesday, 16 July 2014

Is disagreement with Jews on the oral Torah anti-Semitic?

I am convinced that the oral Torah is not found within the confines of the TANAKH and the NT, but does this mean I am being anti-Semitic by saying this? No.

Disagreeing with Jews on a certain point and claiming that is anti-Semitic is just as nonsensical as claiming a disagreement with Muslims is Islamophobia.

Read also the following to see my article on the subject of Jew worship, which is often used as a banner against those who acknowledge that the land of Israel belongs to the Jews and used as a banner against those who love the Jews and acknowledge them as God's covenant people.
See also my view on what position the Jews are in and what they need to do to be saved:

See also this article on why I have gone after certain teachers within Messianic Judaism and my view on Messianic Judaism in general:

Read also my articles responding to Uri Yosef on his claims of Anti Semitism in the New Testament:

Answering Judaism.

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