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I am a Gentile, a Christian (and not a very good one unfortunately), and so I'm not sure my question is appropriate. If it isn't, I apologize profusely! In the Bible, it says that Jesus was approached by the church officials, and they addressed him as "Rabbi" when they questioned him. If Jesus truly was a Rabbi, and was a practicing Jew, as a Rabbi, wouldn't he have to be married? I was under the impression that a Rabbi must be married, because among his expected duties, would be the counseling of female Jews? Is this true, or do I have it all wrong? Thank You in advance for taking the time to consider and respond to my stupid questions? May God be with you. Sincerely, Jason Hamlin...

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Greetings,   I was working with a man years ago in NJ, and he was Jewish. We talked often about our faith, I myself a Catholic. Once we were talking about Isaiah and I mentioned how we used this book as a prophesy for Jesus. He told me once that they didn't delve into the book of Isaiah and I was wondering if I misunderstood.

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I have found something in Christian writings that is very strange to me. I feel that they are mixing right and wrong and deceiving people. For example, In [Nazarene Israel: The Original Faith of the Apostles By Yosef ben Ruach; pp. 19-20] we read: "The Scripture tells us that the Messiah Yeshua (Hebrew for Jesus) was to be called a Nazarene, because He grew up in a town called Nazareth (or Natseret, in Hebrew): 23 And he came and dwelt in a city called Nazareth, (so) that it might be fulfilled which was spoken by the prophets, "He shall be called a Nazarene (Hebrew: Natsari).” [Mattithyahu (Matthew) 2:23] Scripture students look for this reference in the English editions of the Old Covenant, and don’t find it. This is because the reference actually comes from a word play on the Hebrew of Isaiah 11:1, where Netser and Natsari are essentially the same word; just with different vowel points (a pun in Hebraic thought): 11 There shall come forth a Rod from the stem of Jesse, and a Branch (Netser) shall grow out of His roots. [Yeshayahu (Isaiah) 11:1] ". My question is, How can we answer this claim?

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In the Christians New Testament there are claims that the Temple veil was torn in two when Jesus died. If such an event would have happened, why is there no record of it?

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I cannot understand why jesus said the orthodox jews are demonic.