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The Similar and Divergent Paths of Blacks and Jews in America

Stephen37 Wrote: Apr 29, 2013 5:24 PM
That is simply a lie.
Semperfi/par Wrote: Apr 29, 2013 10:33 PM
maliciously taken as if it were composed of the initial letters of the three words Immach SCHemo Vezikro—"May his name and memory be blotted out."(2) the Talmud Christ is called Otho Isch—'That man,' i.e. the one who is known to all. In the tract Abhodah Zarah, 6a,
"He is called a Christian who follows the false teachings of that man, who taught them to celebrate the feast on the first day of the Sabbath, that is, to worship on the first day after the Sabbath"
The list goes on. Why are you so angry at what the Talmud says about Jesus Christ. I'll stick to the original statement of an observant Jewish person would be offended at the mention of Christianity in the same article as Jewish and making comparisons.
Semperfi/par Wrote: Apr 29, 2013 10:23 PM
Why is it that Christians think observant Jewish people recognize Jesus Christ as the Messiah? They do not, plain and simple.
Many passages in the Talmudic books treat of the birth, life, death and teachings of Jesus Christ. He is not always referred to by the same name, however, but is diversely called "That Man," "A Certain One," "The Carpenter's Son," "The One Who Was Hanged," etc.The real name of Christ in Hebrew is Jeschua Hanotsri—Jesus the Nazarene. He is called Notsri from the city of Nazareth in which he was brought up. Thus in the Talmud Christians also are called Notsrim—Nazarenes.

Since the word Jeschua means "Savior," the name Jesus rarely occurs in Jewish books. It is almost always abbreviated to Jeschu, which is...
Tinsldr2 Wrote: Apr 29, 2013 7:17 PM
If the troll semperfi wants to make that claim of the Talmud he should provide the section to which he is referring because it is impossible for Stephen37 to disprove a negative.

Original post got truncated for some reason.

Tinsldr2 Wrote: Apr 29, 2013 6:47 PM
Pistol , few people study talmud and most of what Non-Jews Know of it is taken out of context.

Example, 1 passage is debating the laws of Homosexuality for which the punishment is death. However if a boy is less then 9 is the "instigator" (The pusher, not the receiver) either with another child or a defenseless older person, the BOY is deemed not to know what he is doing so the BOY is not put to death. The Adult is still punished. But if you take it out of context bigots will say it is ok to have sex with a boy less then 9.

Many other examples. Most of the Talmud was oral law long before Christianity and became written law in Christianity's infancy. If the troll semperfi wants to make that claim of the Talmud he should provide...
Pistol Wrote: Apr 29, 2013 6:16 PM
Stephen37, your comment is pointless without some sort of factual back up.

However, you now bring the number of trolls who have thrown the liar bomb today without supporting data, to 4.