The Babylonian Talmud: The Jews Most Unholy Book

The Babylonian Talmud is the culmination of the oral teachings of the scribes and pharisees that Christ so adamantly rebuked.  It is a long collection of books that weren’t put into written form until around the 6th century A.D.

It is composed of the Mishnah and Gemara, the former of which is the rambling of rabbis over the ages, and the latter is more commentary and rambling.  In it’s whole, the Talmud is the antithesis of Christianity; It has nothing to do with the Old Testament.  The jews pretend to be the Israelites of the Bible but nothing could be further from the truth.

“The modern Jew is the product of the Talmud.” -– Michael Rodkinson, in preface of Babylonian Talmud, page XI

“In many ways the Talmud is the most important book in Jewish culture, the backbone of creativity and of national life. No other work has had a comparable influence on the theory and practice of Jewish life, shaping spiritual content and serving as a guide to conduct.”  -Rabbi Adin Steinsaltz

“The Talmud is the lifeblood of the people. Most Judaism practiced today is not the Five Books of Moses. You would find it in the Talmud.”  -Rabbi Michael Stern Continue reading “The Babylonian Talmud: The Jews Most Unholy Book”