The Origin of Christianity

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by Ken Spiro   

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By yochanan on September 2, 2009 -- 3:55pm

just a note: the Lubavitcher Rebbe, zt"l, always encouraged Jews to follow the ways and teachings of the Torah and the teachings of the Rabbanim, didn’t split away from normative Judaism, or claim that he himself was the ‘moshiach’.  He did say that we are in the times of ‘footsteps of the moshiach’, and that we all should believe and pray for his coming.  The comparison to Xianity is incorrect and misleading.

By anonymous on October 12, 2009 -- 10:40pm

yochanan- i don’t think spiro is referring to the rebbe, he is referring to those who have come to the conclusion that he is moshiach after his death. it is seperate from the time of when the rebbe was still alive.

By Friend of All on August 1, 2011 -- 1:09am

There are many who assert that Apostate Rabbi SHABBATAI ZVI was behind all recent revolutions and spawned the fake Judaisms as an attempt to destroy all false religion, including that he inspired America’s staged “revolution” in “honor” of the centennial of his death, and the resulting New World Slave Market. 

How much of this is true ?

Rabbi Antelman’s “To Eliminate the Opiate I & II”

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Your thoughts please.

By not your business on April 22, 2013 -- 5:15pm

Keep in mind that i am not arguing pro or con on the Lubavitcher Rebbe being Moshiach or not.  It does state that in the Gemora that Moshiach can come from the dead.  Also Rambam states that Moshiach can’t be killed.  Rambam does not say anything about if the person would die naturally.  Rabbi Spiro shouldn’t say things that contradict Torah

Just some food for thought.

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