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Rabbi Moshe Ben-Chaim has been a Jewish educator and author for 30 years. He is the founder of www.Mesora.org and publisher of the Jewishtimes: www.mesora.org/jewishtimes. He continues to write and lecture on Torah (Bible), assisting Jew and Gentile alike in their desire to live a rich and fulfilling life as God intended. His books may be located here: www.mesora.org/store

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07/25/2017

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06/29/2017

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The new issue shares the Bible’s brilliant understanding of human psychology as applied to death and immortality. Subscribe free: subscribe@mesora....
06/27/2017

Death and Immortality: God’s Amazing Lesson

Biblical laws, which, on the surface, seem archaic and bizarre, ultimately enlighten us with profound psychological insight.
06/12/2017

Is Bible (Torah) Divine?

A response to rejections of Torah (Bible) as divine.
05/29/2017

There is but one mankind: we all dream identically: of health, love and peace...

On this Shavuos holiday May 31 and June 1 2017, we celebrate God’s Revelation at Mt. Sinai 3329 years ago, where He gave the Bible to Moses and to ...
05/19/2017

Response to Onfaith’s Sarah Mangum: “How has Jewish civilization impacted the...

One year ago today I responded to Sarah’s question in our Jewishtimes magazine, link follows: http://www.mesora.org/jewishtimes491.pdf
04/27/2017

This week’s Bible portion addresses the sin of slander

Read the Jewishtimes special issue with commentary from King David, Maimonides and other great minds: http://www.mesora.org/jewishtimes449.pdf
04/25/2017

Go to www.AntiSemite.net — We all must denounce hate crimes

Palestinians and Arabs are physically attacking Jews on campuses across the US. Religious freedom is under fire. OnFaith is a haven for cherishing ...
04/18/2017

My OnFaith 5: "Judaism, A Religion Based on Proof"

The OnFaith Five is a set of questions we all can answer to express our own relationship with faith and connect us in our search for meaning.
04/10/2017

Jewishtimes: Passover Issue

Enjoy the recent Jewishtimes Passover issue with in-depth essays on the holiday, and great images of the 10 Plagues: http://www.mesora.org/jewishti...
"I have addressed the concept of Kosher in depth in this issue: http://www.mesora.org/jewishtimes467.pdf" read more
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"Mysticism must first be defined. It refers to 1) the notion of causal relationships, or 2) the imagined existence of things, when in either case, t..." read more
"The Jewishtimes Magazine for July 29, 2016: "Death & Immortality: The Bible’s Clues Reveal God’s Brilliant Balancing Act” www.mesora.org/jti..." read more
"Rabbi Israel Chait explained, Moses broke the Tablets as he feared the Jews would equally worship them, as they worshipped the Gold Calf. God comme..." read more
"I address only one seeking truth. To such a person, the same criteria for determining truth in the natural world (science) should be applied to det..." read more
"I have replied here:,  https://www.deily.org/text/jewish-civilizations-impact-on-the-world-today" read more
"Dr. Zuniga,  I will quote you and reply…  Dr. David Zuniga: No one, in any tradition (Jewish, Christian or otherwise) has “proven” what the divine ..." read more
"Dr. Zuniga,All fine questions. Logically, we must first define what requires forgiveness, i.e, what is the definition of “being wronged,” or what ..." read more
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Mysticism must first be defined. It refers to 1) the notion of causal relationships, or 2) the imagined existence of things, when in either case, there is no supporting sen... view more

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I address only one seeking truth. To such a person, the same criteria for determining truth in the natural world (science) should be applied to determining all matters, inc... view more

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Dr. Zuniga,  I will quote you and reply…  Dr. David Zuniga: No one, in any tradition (Jewish, Christian or otherwise) has “proven” what the divine transmission of the bible... view more

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Forgiveness Rabbi Moshe Ben-Chaim Shawn Bose invited me to offer Orthodox Judaism’s response to Deily’s “Forgiveness” video, which presented the major religions’ views on ... view more

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James, if you are suggesting that God’s omnipotence means He can do anything, you will render God quite Godless. For according to you, He can make Himself both omnipotent a... view more

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Melissa, unless you offer an explanation that makes sense to our minds, suggesting “the impossible is possible” is an empty statement. Is it also possible for you to be her... view more

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Jame Ball:  “God created man, and it is written that He created that man in His own image.” Why is it inconceivable, even to a human, that He can create a man and pour His ... view more

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“God said through His prophet Isaiah (40:25), “there is nothing to which you can equate Me.” Rabbi Moshe Ben-Chaim: Thus, God cannot become man, for then He will be equatab... view more

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Douglas Kraeger: “If there are three ways to understand what is stated, how can we claim without possibility of personal error, or without presuming to be infallible (and t... view more

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Nathan Isbell: Among codes there are also Loopholes when it comes time for God to reveal Himself in ways that are difficult to understand. If things are added to the Bible,... view more

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Douglas, I will again quote you and reply in-line...Douglas Kraeger: I do not think I contradict myself. I believe I have stated clearly that God commanded MEN not to add ... view more

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God does not want His Bible changed, these are His words. To then suggest His wish does not apply to Himself, is unreasonable.You then make guesses that God will add or rev... view more

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You contradict yourself by accepting God’s command not to add, but then you say He will “add more.”  Douglas, listen to what you are saying. 

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Douglas, see a newly-posted article where I reply collectively to your last few questions. 

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Douglas Kraeger: ”C. S. Lewis got sidetracked by personally attacking Jesus. “ Can you substantiate that claim?”Rabbi Moshe Ben-Chaim: It does;t need substantiation. I mea... view more

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Douglas, I am glad you enjoyed the essay. Thank you for sharing. As to your questions, C. S. Lewis got sidetracked by personally attacking Jesus. The question should simply... view more