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  Yeshu - Wikinfo
Yeshu (Esau), or Yeishu (sometimes called Yeshu Ha-Notzri The Nasaraean) was the name of a notorious Jewish sectarian of the second century BCE (approximately 110-70 BCE) mentioned in the Mishna.
Yeshu is used as an acronymic curse meaning "May his name be erased" and Ha-Notzri means The Watcher.
Jehiel Heilprin (Seder Ha-Dorot, p.151) has cited Talmudic evidence that he was not the same person as the second century CE Ben Stada neither is there any basis for the assumption that he may have also been called Ben Pandera.
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  Yeshu - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The question has historically been a delicate one because Yeshu is portrayed in a negative light; negative portrayals of Jesus in Jewish literature might incite, or be used as an excuse for, anti-semitism among some Christians.
Although Notzri does not appear in the Tosefta, by the time the Babylonian Talmud was produced, Notzri had become the standard Hebrew word for Christian and Yeshu Ha-Notzri had become the conventional rendition of "Jesus the Nazarene" in Hebrew.
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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 Yeshu - the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-27)
The name Yeshu is generally believed to be an acronym for the Hebrew expression yemach shemo vezichro, meaning "May his name and memory be obliterated", a termused for those guilty of enticing Jews to idolatry.
The question has historically been a delicate one because Yeshu is portrayed in a negative light; negative portrayals of Jesusin Jewish literature might incite, or be used as an excuse for, anti-semitism among some Christians.
In Sanhedrin 107b and Sotah 47a a Yeshu is mentioned as a student of Joshua Ben Perachiah whowas sent away for judging a woman by her physical appearance.
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 yeshu   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-27)
Yeshu (often translated in English language texts as Jesus), or Yeishu (sometimes called Yeshu Ha-Notzri The Nasaraean) was the name of a notorious Jewish sectarian of the second century BCE (approximately 110-70 BCE) mentioned in the Mishna.
Some believe that Yeshu is a folk-memory of either the wicked teacher or the man of lies mentioned in the Essene documents, and it is thought by them that after his death his followers were involved in collaboration with the Romans.
The question has historically been a delicate one because Yeshu is portrayed in a negative light; negative portrayals of Jesus in the Talmud might incite, or be used as an excuse for, anti-semitism among Christians.
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 Yeshu -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-27)
The question has historically been a delicate one because Yeshu is portrayed in a negative light; negative portrayals of Jesus in Jewish literature might incite, or be used as an excuse for, (The intense dislike for and prejudice against Jewish people) anti-semitism among some Christians.
The primary references to Yeshu are the uncensored Babylonian (The collection of ancient rabbinic writings on Jewish law and tradition (the Mishna and the Gemara) that constitute the basis of religious authority in Orthodox Judaism) Talmud and the (Click link for more info and facts about Tosefta) Tosefta.
In Sanhedrin 107b and Sotah 47a a Yeshu the Notzri is mentioned as a student of Joshua Ben Perachiah who was sent away for judging a woman by her physical appearance.
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 Alessandro Capece
Lavoro di ricerca storica sull'uomo che ha cambiato il mondo grazie al mondo che ha cambiato l'uomo, asservendone l'immagine e la parola ai propri fini di potere
The disciple who has awaked the interest of so many generations was only a man tormented by the doubt, who thought that the message of love and universal brotherhood wasn't sufficient to redeem a worldeternally torn by the hate and the sorrow.
According to this writer wasn't the repentance to persuade him to hang himself but the disappointment and Judas should be rehabilitated by those who have the intention of restoring the truth.
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 Yeshu - Open Encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-27)
Due to this fact, along with the occurrence in one manuscript of the appelation Ha-Notzri, which resembles Nazarene, and some similarities between the stories of the two figures, some or many of the references to Yeshu have been traditionally understood to refer to the Jesus of Christianity.
Jacob is associated with minuth, a Talmudic term (sometimes translated heresy or apostacy) used for one who followed a mixture of Judaism and paganism of the kind that existed in the Hellenistic and Roman periods.
The only known parallel to the term is found in the aprocyphal Christian text the Acts of Peter where the villain Simon Magus describes himself as `uios `o stadios - the son who remains standing.
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 Sherlock Holmes Style Search For the Historical Jesus
This young man, Yeshu, was the son of Miriam Stada (thus he was also known as ben Stada)-perhaps because she was not married.
This mixed accountability and blame occurs because Yeshu was put to death by his tribe while the Christ of Galilee a century later was crucified by Romans during his revolt.
Yeshu began to be known as Hanotzri (the Nazarene) and was a rather charismatic fellow who's demise was by a stoning and then a hanging from a tree (similar to book of acts accounts mentioned earlier).
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 Rotten Tomatoes Forums - If you need PROOF, or LINKS, I've got a million   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-27)
The Talmud claims that this Yeshu was the son of a Jewish woman named Miriam (Mary) who was betrothed to a carpenter (more accurately, their marriage was in the stage of kiddushin, where she is legally his wife but not yet living with him or having sexual relations with him; see
The main problem with identifying Yeshu with Jesus is timing: the Sanhedrin did not have the power to impose the death penalty at the time that Christians say Jesus died, at the time when Roman procurators like Pilate were running the show.
The Talmud claims that this Yeshu was the son of a Jewish woman named Miriam (Mary) who was betrothed to a carpenter...Because of the status of Miriam's marriage, Yeshu is considered to be a mamzer (usually mistranslated as "bastard", it means the product of an adulterous or incestuous relationship).
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 Yeshu bei eLexi - das Onlinelexikon   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-27)
In some versions of Gittin 57a and Sanhedrin 43a as well as one version of Sanhedrin 107b (Sotah 47a?) the Yeshu mentined is further identified witrh the title Ha-Notzri.
He is not the same person as the second century CE Ben Stada neither is there any basis for the assumption that he may have also been called Ben Pandera.
Such historians do not hold all responsibility for this confusion since many elements from their individual stories were already merged together (for the first time perhaps in the sixth century) in the Sepher Toledoth Yeshu (Yeshu's Lineage Book) -a satirical mockery and cautionary tale concerning would-be messiahs.
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 Torah.org - The Judaism Site
A person named Yeshu ha-Notzri (Jesus the Nazarene?) is mentioned several times in the Talmud, but the content of these references is not consistent with the story of Jesus as told in the New Testament.
It is further stated there that Yeshu had five disciples, named Matai (Matthew?), Nakai, Netzer, Buni, and Todah, all five of whom were also executed -- again, not in agreement with the New Testament.
In Sanhedrin 107b and Sotah 47a the Talmud tells about a Yeshu who was an unworthy disciple of Rabbi Yehoshua ben Perachiah; but this was more than 100 years too early to be the Jesus of the New Testament.
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 Yeshu Esau or Yeishu sometimes called Yeshu Ha Notzri i...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-27)
In the uncensored Rosh Hashanah 17a text of Rashi certain apostate minim (literally "gnostics" the same meaning as Mandaeans Mandaeans) heretics are described as "the students of Yeshu HaNotzri who have twisted the words of the Torah".
In some versions of Gittin 57a and Sanhedrin 43a as well as one version of Sanhedrin 107b (Sotah 47a?) the Yeshu Yeshu mentined is further identified witrh the title Ha-Notzri.
Such historians do not hold all responsibility for this confusion since many elements from their individual stories were already merged together (for the first time perhaps in the sixth century) in the Sepher Toledoth Yeshu Toledoth Yeshu (Yeshu's Lineage Book) -a satirical mockery and cautionary tale concerning would-be messiahs.
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 Sources about Jesus Christ   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-27)
A number of scholars have suggested that it is an independent transmission of teaching fromJesus created at approximately the same time as the Biblical Gospels within living memory of Jesus in the second half of the 1st century, while scholars on the other extreme dismiss it as derivative development of the 2nd century AD.
References to Jesus in the Jewish Toledoth Yeshu compiled in thetwelfth century but preserving traditions that go back to the 6th century are even less detailed.
There is mention of the late2nd century BCE Yeshu Ha Notzri who had some disciples, and wasexecuted, and a certain early second century CE Ben Stada who practiced some formof "sorcery" (Sanhedrin 43a).
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Yeshu should have taught them better, but judging from his response to the Pharisees, it might be understood that Yeshu, himself, did not know the law...
Yeshu displayed an appalling lack of knowledge of the Torah and acted with contempt towards the Rabbis whose job it was to admonish him, a job which Yeshu, himself, acknowledges.
Yeshu is clearly making a personal attack on a group of fellow Jews, in gross violation of the Torah...He takes a stand very clearly against the authorities that G-d Himself has ordained, and to which Yeshu, himself, has acknowledged as authorities.
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 Petrine Noachides   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-27)
Even in Jewish folklore (Toledoth Yeshu), Simon's reputation is pristine appearing as a very well respected and learned holy man dedicated to retrieving Jews from the clutches of the NaSArai (Gnostic/Mandaean) Heresey and establishing a "Noahide" religion for ex-NaSAraioi Judaizers retrieved from the edge of perdition to "de-paganize" into.
For a Hebrew speaker to call a gentile christian a notzri was to disregard the efforts of Simon Kepha and to still call them by their old pagan/gnostic label which they themselves had rejected.
Rabbi Harvey Falk has suggested that much work remains to be done in order to properly identify all of the Noahide Commandments, their divisions and subdivisions.
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 Essenes - Freepedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-27)
It is thought that the memories of a certain Yeshu Ha-Notzri (110BCE-70BCE) in the mishnah may refer to one who the Essenes called Matif ha-Kaza (the babbling preacher of lies).
Many scholars believe that the community at Qumran that allegedly produced the Dead Sea Scrolls was an offshoot of the Essenes; however, this theory has been disputed by Norman Golb and other scholars.
The Essenes were the followers of a group of priests who had essentially rejected the Second Temple.
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 Essenes   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-27)
It is thought that the memories of a certain Yeshu Ha-Notzri (110-70) in the mishnah may refer to one who the Essenes called Matif ha-Kaza (the babbling preacher of lies).
Likewise the man of lies (Ish ha-Kazav) has been identified variously as his contemporary Shimeon ben Shetah (80-50) or the later R. Shammai (40 BC-AD 20).
It is thought that to secure the position of Av Beth Din, Shammai drove his predecessor Menahem, his & Hillel's followers to become Essenes.
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 Essenes Article, Essenes Information   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-27)
It is thought that the memories of a certain Yeshu Ha-Notzri (110BCE-70BCE) in the mishnah may refer to one who the Essenes called Matif ha-Kaza(the babbling preacher of lies).
Likewise the man of lies (Ish ha-Kazav) has been identified variously as his contemporaryShimeon ben Shetah (80-50BCE) or the later R. Shammai (40BCE-20CE).
Many scholars believe that the community at Qumran that allegedlyproduced the Dead Sea Scrolls was an offshoot of the Essenes;however, this theory has been disputed by Norman Golb and other scholars.
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Such claims are meaningless, especially when stipulated by a non-scientist who has never written, let alone published, a technical paper.
Admittedly, the word Yeshu includes yod and vav, the two most common letters in Hebrew, so finding that pattern might not be significant.
It is stated in Galatians that the entire Mosaic code is obsolete (although Paul's explanation entails a logical error, viz., the assumption that the inverse of a proposition has the same truth value as the original proposition).
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 Public Statement by Dr. Rips on Michael Drosnin's The Bible Code
Brisbane's Sunday Mail (June 8, 1997) dedicated three entire pages to explain how "A Mathematician has used a computer to discover a hidden code in the Bible." by eliminating all spaces between words in the Old Testament and introducing a "skip code" it is claimed that "every major event in history" has been predicted.
If someone freely distributes a medicine that has undergone no scientific testing, there are two areas of damage: 1) The credibility of useful and helpful medicines will be severely compromised.
In codes research, we are dealing with a similar situation: 1) The credibility of serious codes research will be compromised by amateurs whose "discoveries" are scientifically meaningless 2) People will exploit the Torah to present all kinds of counterfeit proofs, by finding "hidden messages", that bolster their ideology.
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 Torah Codes: Don't Jump to Conclusions   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-27)
Calculating the probabilities of finding patterns in a data set is precisely his cup of tea.
Drosnin states that the code cannot be used to foretell the future, but that one can readily fit past events to the code, presumably by being a little loosey-goosey with the language.
Some Web sites claim that the Hebrew name of Jesus (Yeshu) appears frequently in the Bible code, while other Web sites counter that these are pseudo-scientific claims promulgated by "Jesus freaks" who would distort the truth.
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 Bad news for Christians - www.ezboard.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-27)
that this Yeshu may have been the "Teacher of Righteousness" who founded the
students of Yeshu HaNotzri who have twisted the words of the Torah".
107b (Sotah 47a?) the Yeshu mentined is further identified witrh the title
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 ISRAEL613.COM_MASHIACH_SHEKER2
(TARGUM SHIR HA I adjure you, O daughters of Jerusalem, that you stir not up, nor awake my love, until it please.
“THE MELECH HA MASHIACH WILL SAY: “I SWEAR TO YOU MY PEOPLE HOUSE OF ISRAEL, WHY DO “Similarly, do not make any idols or statues.
The pagans may make images of various Mazalot, feeling that these images can draw power from mazalot.
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 www.jrakar.com :: Judas, My Brother :: The Story of the Thirteenth Disciple   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-27)
called Yeshu'a ha Notzri, and run away with a Roman centurion's
In which I follow Yeshu'a ha Notzri to Jerusalem
Book VI In which I witness two trials, a crucifixion, and a resurrection
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