Cartoon of the day # 3

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7 thoughts on “Cartoon of the day # 3

    1. Dear Ed.


      It will be up to the new co-editorship who and when to spam people. Your message is one of the messages, that I will have to discuss with them. Because your write up is full of deception. That the Jewish Talmud is worse than the Catholic Church, is a statement that of course should be tolerated. Because its your private opinion, among many.

      But that the “Talmud is the highest authority in Judaism?, is over red line. Good you wrote it as a question mark. But the whole comment smells of Jew hate. The last two lines tells me you have a lot of clean up to do in regards to your views on the Jewish people.

      Let me make it in clear language: God of Israel is the highest authority in Judaism. He gave the Jews the Torah, His written instructions. The Talmud is the oral explanation given by certain Jewish rabbis. It is a collection of certain Jewish traditions. A small part of the Jewish society follow the instructions from the Talmud, that includes a lot of information that is not supported by neither Jews nor gentiles.

      1. Your right but the Talmud says in it that the Rabbis are the highest authority same as the pope claims to be the highest authority of the Gospels.
        The Talmud is jewish dogmas created by its Rabbis, same as the popes and bishops create dogmas from the new testament. Two sides of the same coin.

        Matt 23 is very critical of popes and rabbis

        Matt 23:8 “But you are not to be called ‘Rabbi,’ for you have only one Master and you are all brothers.
        Matt 23:9 “And do not call anyone on earth ‘father,’ for you have one Father, and he is in heaven”

      2. Ed.


        The difference between the Talmud and the Catholic Church is obvious. The Pope is a supreme religious leader, and the papal approved Cannon laws are the highest authority in the Vatican Church. The Talmud has no power over the Jewish people. The state of Israel is a secular state, where 70 per cent of the people are neither Orthodox, nor Messianic. The large majority of Jews have never read a Talmud.

        There is a lot of bad stuff in the Talmud. Like some very disturbing curses against a Jew named Y’shua, whom many call up on in the name of Jesus. But not all of the Talmud is wrong. If you read the Talmud as a history lesson about Jewish traditions, you might find some of the information very useful. I have never read the full Talmud, but I would not mind, if I can find time.

  1. I agree with Ivar on this matter. The Talmud should be read as a historical document… Giving us insight on tradition and Jewish lifestyle…

    Let’s always remember that the Jewish people are Elohim’s people… We have been grafted in and should not make them less of who they are (although they have their errors, like everyone on this planet) God will never forsake them!


  2. Thanks for the tutorial on the influence of the Talmud on Judaism, Ivar.

    What is more of a concern is the influence of Kabbalah on Judaism. Some rabbis have spoken out about it (if they dare). Some VERY powerful Jews are quite into Kabbalah. Torah-observant Jews will be unlikely to get drawn into the One-World-Religion but those who are into Kabbalah are likely to be some of those who seduce Jewish people into the great delusion represented by the “Whore of Babylon”. One of the central “doctrines” of the Whore will be reincarnation. If you go on one of the major Kabbalah websites, you will see that they say, “Of course reincarnation is a major teaching of Kabbalah”! A Jewish-Christian friend of mine did not believe me until I referred her to the website. Because of the influence of Hinduism, New Age “Christians” already tout reincarnation among all the other mumbo-jumbo that they spout. The vast majority of Muslims are Sunni and Suffism is gaining in its influence over Sunni Islam. One central point of belief for those who are into Suffism is…you guessed it… reincarnation! Hinduism and Buddhism (because of its origins in Hinduism) already teach reincarnation. Therefore, the five major religions will likely unite in the One-World-religion under a central “teaching” of reincarnation. Think about it—wouldn’t Satan just love it for people to be deluded with the idea that they will have numerous chances to “get it right”. There is one line of Scripture that counteracts reincarnation directly. Hebrews 9:27—“Just as people are destined to die once, and after that to face judgment,”

    One wonders if we Biblical Christians (are there any other kind?) should start hiding Bibles to be dug up later by those who will need to be nourished by the word of God in order to stay strong during the coming Tribulation.

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