Rabbinic Literature: God’s Authority or Man’s Tradition?

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Many within the Torah movement are turning to the Mishnah and Talmud as authoritative. Does a believer need these writings to understand the Scriptures? In this series, Caleb Hegg looks at the formation of Rabbinic literature. Caleb shows that these texts certainly can not be divinely inspired and challenges these claims. Looking first at Matthew 23, a text often used to claim rabbinic authority, Caleb looks at the term “Seat of Moses.” This series then moves to the historical landscape of Europe and various different Jewish theologies. Caleb surveys the rise of Jewish mysticism and various different figures to better understand the theological backdrop. Finally, Caleb looks at the Zohar and some of the more concerning beliefs and practices found within.

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History of Rabbinic Writings and Theology – Video$4.00

Should We Use Rabbinic Lit to Share the Gospel – Video$4.00

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Should We Use Rabbinic Lit to Share the Gospel – Audio$2.00

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