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Topic: Quotations about Jesus in the Talmud

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  Jesus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
According to Matthew and Luke, Jesus was born in Bethlehem of Judea to Mary, a virgin, by a miracle of the Holy Spirit.
Jesus' childhood home is stated in the Bible to have been the town of Nazareth in Galilee, and aside from a flight to Egypt in infancy to escape Herod's Massacre of the Innocents and a short trip to Tyre and Sidon, all other events in the Gospels are set in ancient Israel.
Paramahansa Yogananda taught that Jesus was the reincarnation of Elisha and a student of John the Baptist, the reincarnation of Elijah.
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 Yeshu - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Toledot Yeshu narratives combine elements from the Talmud about ben-Stada with elements resembling the account of Simon Magus in the Acts of Peter suggesting that there is indeed a connection.
Jesus did not burn his food in public and moreover the Yeshu who did this corresponds to Manasseh of Judah in the Shulkhan Arukh.
In the 13th century Jehiel ben Joseph of Paris wrote that the Yeshu in rabbinic literature was a disciple of Joshua ben Perachiah, and not to be confused with Jesus the Nazarene (Vikkuah Rabbenu Yehiel mi-Paris).
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 A Ready Defense - What about all those contradictions?
Many people have questioned the accuracy of Jesus' statement that "just as Jonah was three days and three nights in the belly of the sea monster, so shall the Son of Man be three days and three nights in the heart of the earth" (Matthew 12:40).
Matthew, Mark, Luke and John indicate that Jesus was crucified and buried on Friday, before sundown, which is the beginning of the next day for the Jews, and resurrected on the first day of the week, which is our Sunday, before sunrise.
Jesus is recorded as saying, "The Son of man will rise again after three days" (Mark 8:31); and, "He will be raised again on the third day" (Matthew 16:21) -expressions that are used interchangeably.
www.greatcom.org /resources/areadydefense/ch11/default.htm   (2983 words)

 Historicity of Jesus   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
About this time there lived Jesus, a wise man, if indeed one ought to call him a man. For he was one who wrought surprising feats and was a teacher of such people as accept the truth gladly.
About this time there was Jesus, a wise man, [if indeed one ought to call him a man].
In particular, Josephus probably did not claim that Jesus was the Messiah, or that he rose from the dead.
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Christian apologist, born at Flavia Neapolis, about A.D. 100, converted to Christianity about A.D. 130, taught and defended the Christian religion in Asia Minor and at Rome, where he suffered martyrdom about the year 165.
about his studies in philosophy and his conversion; they are not, however, an autobiography, but are partly idealized, and it is necessary to distinguish in them between poetry and truth; they furnish us however with several precious and reliable clues.
Jesus Christ, and the partial Word disseminated in the world, is more specious than profound.
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 Talmud (International Standard Bible Encyclopedia) :: Bible Tools   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
The Palestinian Talmud gives the discussions of the Palestinian Amoraim, teaching from the 3rd century AD until the beginning of the 5th, especially in the schools or academies of Tiberias, Caesarea and Sepphoris.
The Haggadic elements of the Palestinian Talmud are collected by Samuel Jaffe in Yepheh Mar'eh, Constantinople, 1587, etc., those of the Babylonian by Jacob ibn Chabib in 'En Ya'aqobh, Saloniki, about 1516, etc.; W. Bacher, Die Agada der Tannaiten, 2 volumes, Strassburg, 1884, 1890 (1st volume, 2nd edition, 1903); Die A. der babylon.
Robinson, The Evangelists and the Mishna, London, 1859; W.H. Bennett, The Mishna as Illustrating the Gospels, Cambridge, 1884; Erich Bischoff, Jesus und die Rabbinen, Jesu Bergpredigt und "Himmelreich" in ihrer Unabhangigkeit vom Rabbinismus, Leipzig, 1905.
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 Did Jesus Exist -- The Probing Mind
About a decade ago, however, I began to reexamine the evidence for the historicity of Jesus.
One of these, Jesus ben Pandira, reputed a wonder-worker, is said to have been stoned to death and then hung on a tree on the eve of a Passover in the reign of Alexander Jannæus (106-79 BC) at Jerusalem.
The other, Jesus ben Stada, whose date is uncertain, but who may have lived in the first third of the second century CE, is also said to have been stoned and hanged on the eve of a Passover, but at Lydda.
www.atheists.org /christianity/didjesusexist.html   (7083 words)

 Talmud Unmasked Part One
Lest I be accused of using a corrupted text of the Talmud or of not having interpreted it correctly, as is generally the case with those who have attempted to disclose secret Jewish teachings, I have placed the Hebrew text opposite the Latin.
What Christians have thought of the Talmud is amply proved by the many edicts and decrees issued about it, by which the supreme rulers in Church and State proscribed it many times and condemned this sacred Secondary Law Code of the Jews to the flames.
The Talmud teaches that Jesus Christ was illegitimate and was conceived during menstruation; that he had the soul of Esau; that he was a fool, a conjurer, a seducer; that he was crucified, buried in hell and set up as an idol ever since by his followers.
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 talmud - OneLook Dictionary Search
Talmud : The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language [home, info]
Talmud : The New Dictionary of Cultural Literacy [home, info]
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 Jesus The Messiah Revealed from the Talmud and other Jewish writings
Talmudic evidence which shows that God stopped accepting the Jewish sacrifices 40 years before the destruction of the second temple in 70AD.
Jesus Christ is the only man in history to have been raised from the dead to immortal glory.
Furthermore, any denial of Jesus’ Messiahship is essentially a denial of Daniel’s authenticity as a prophetic book since the condition of the prophecy rests upon the arrival of the Messiah before the Temple’s destruction.
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 Hoffman Demolishes ADL on Talmud - Part I
Failing to quote directly from what the Talmud says about Jesus Christ is a glaring omission which eloquently testifies to the bankruptcy of the ADL's Talmudic whitewash, and the shoddiness of their pseudo-scholarly "refutation" of Judaism's Strange Gods.
I have quoted from Talmud Tractate Sanhedrin 107b, which declares that Jesus bowed down to a brick and worshipped it and that he practiced magic, and from Sanhedrin 43a, which says that it was right to kill Jesus and that he got what he deserved.
The Talmud decrees that Jesus is in hell, being boiled in feces, because he opposed the rabbis.
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 Messiah Truth: A Jewish Response to Missionary Groups
One end of the spectrum is represented by Jews For Jesus, who simply target Jews for conversion to Christianity using imitations of Jewish ritual solely as a ruse for attracting the potential Jewish converts.
What is remarkable about Q1 is that the original Christians appeared to be centered totally on concerns about their relationships with God and with other people, and their preparation for the Kingdom of God on earth.
Jesus Codes: The Real Story: A recent book being used to proselytize Jews to Christianity claims that hidden messages have been found in the Bible proving that Jesus is the Messiah.
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 The Real Truth About The Talmud
These allegations are supported by "direct quotations" from the Talmud that are frequently wrong or taken out of context.
We are trying to show to the world the real truth about the Talmud.
Talmud and Bible: Is the Talmud holier than the Bible?
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 What is the Jewish Talmud
The Talmud is believed by orthodox Jews to have been given by God to Moses on Mt. Sinai.
Today the New Testament is banned in the State of Israel, but the Talmud is declared by the religious Jews to be from God, totally binding and authoritative.
There are two Images Talmuds, the Palestine Talmud and the second, the Babylonian Talmud, the latter being the most authoritative in Rabbi eyes.
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 Mead: Chapter XII  THE DISCIPLES AND FOLLOWERS OF JESUS IN THE TALMUD   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
And this difficulty is only removed one stage by supposing that James was a cousin of Jesus, a hypothesis, moreover, contradicted by all the canonical data, and only a desperate resort to preserve the dogma of the perpetual Virginity of Mary.
But Talmudic tradition is notoriously indifferent to dates, and presumably selected the name Jacob simply because it was the name of one held in high honour by the Christians.
Of course the personification of the Gospel in our Talmud sentence may be sufficiently accounted for as a natural creation of the vivid oriental imagination, but we should hardly expect it from the side of the Rabbis in this connection, and, as a matter of fact, it is found in Christian tradition.
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And yet we must not forget that this was not peculiar to the Jews; Babylonians, Egyptians, Zoroastrians, Greeks, Brahmans, Buddhists and Arabs, all delighted in such pseudo-philological exercises, and as for text-proof for everything under the sun, general Christianity slavishly followed the Rabbis for many a long century.
We have to notice also, that according to the rigid legalists of the Talmud, the poison of a serpent was thought to be less noxious than the contact with the magnetism or even thought-sphere of a follower of Jesus.
R. Shesheth belonged to the third generation of Babylonian Amoraim, and flourished about 300-330 A.D. It is difficult to believe that all Minim turned to the east in prayer; but we know that the Essenes and the Therapeuts did so.
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In the Talmudic and gaonic periods, amulets were widely worn and their use was recognized, though not specifically approved, by rabbis.
"Personality changes can be brought about in Hatha Yoga by changing the body so that it influences the mind." Just consider the experience of Christina Grof, who, prior to her experience with Yoga, was an average housewife with normal plans for her life.
When she went to a physician-nutritionist recommended by a friend, she found some literature in his office about the Himalayan Institute, of which the doctor was a staff member.
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