Jewish Secrets hidden in the New Testament.
The Global Torah Revolution
Authored by Rabbi Avraham Feld
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Reviewed by Yair Davidiy on behalf of Hebrew Nations.
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As this entire book and many others prove: the NT is saturated with Oral Torah confirmations, unbeknown generally to its faithful readers and interpreters. The NT accepts at face value that Tefillin, fringes, kashrut, Shabbat, Feast Days, Temple purity rites etc., which are chock full of Oral Torah traditions, are correct. The accusation above is that Judaism was infested with Babylonian paganism during Judah's exile to Babylon centuries before. However, the NT never criticizes the apostles for celebrating at the wrong time, with a different calendric system. Neither is there any criticism of the NT of that time being misleading to the people by using a Babylonian-influenced calendar or pagan influenced theology. Quite the contrary, it confirms the very traditional Jewish principles which had been formulated in Written Oral Torah format during and after the exile to Babylon. The above realization alone should be sufficiently convincing to end the misgivings surrounding the topic.
The Judaism of the first century (the birth era of the NT) is the exact Judaism that emerged from the Holy Torah-living-keeping communities of Babylon. In fact, the NT testifies to the fact that the Judaism of the NT times was kosher and based in Mosaic code. Had it been pagan influenced by Babylon, the NT would have pointed it out, not sanction it as this book proves.
In fact, the only NT criticism was, that at times, the common folk would be too ritually strict, forgetting the spirit of the Law. Not that they were lawless like Babylon, pagan like Babylon, and immoral like Babylon.
... The NT has historically been misused to promote hatred of the Jewish people. Rabbi Yaakov Emden, more than 450 years ago, explained that Saul (Paul of the NT)) had as his mission, to differentiate the many Gentiles drawn to erroneous Jewish Messianic sects. As legal Noahides they are not obligated to numerous Rabbinic directives, and this is being understood more every day by both Houses.