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May 24, 2012 at 1:57 pm in reply to: Hebrew history — religious bias? #16338vmessinaMember
Dr. J, I beg to disagree. The Hebrew faith did not later become known as Judaism. Judaism started after the capture by the Babylonians and completely corrupted the Hebrew faith. The Hebrews also inter-married with the Babylonians and other peoples (such as the Kenites) and lost not only their religious but also their ethnic heritage. One of the missions of Jesus Christ was to expose this corruption. As I said, he called them the synagogue of Satan.
The Hebrew faith is still the Hebrew faith practiced by some who are truely descendants of the 12 tribes and have not been corrupted. So called Judaism was further developed by the Khazar kingdom when they converted to Judaism in the 7th century A.D. They are the Ashkenazi Jews. These people never were related to the 12 tribes and never set foot in the land of Israel until they established the phoney Zionist movement. Here is a link that may help you understand what really happened: http://www.biblestudysite.com/factsarefacts.htmMay 24, 2012 at 1:01 am in reply to: Hebrew history — religious bias? #16336vmessinaMember
Hello Dr. J
I just started watching your lecture on Hebrew history. Within the first couple minutes you made a statement that I know is not true. This is really disappointing since I just became a member this evening and this is the first lecture I am watching.
You said that the Hebew religion of Moses is now the same as Judaism. You apparently have not studied the history of Judaism. Judaism is based on the Talmud which originated in Babylon. In fact the followers of Judaism were referred to by Jesus Christ as those who call themseves Jews (tribe of Judah) who are not, but are of the synagogue of Satan. The followers of Judaism are the ones responsible for the crusifiction of Jesus.
If this is an example of the accuracy of the lectures in this course, I would like a refund. I am deeply disappointed.