What Is Pure Judaism And How Can Jews Get Back To It?

What Is Pure Judaism And How Can Jews Get Back To It?


what is pure Judaism and how do Jews get
back to it I would like to explain in more detail what the goal of this
channel is my goal is not to just rant or complain about rabbinic Judaism I
have seen that if people reject aspects of Judaism they just create a new sect
if one person belongs to one sect automatically they are rejected from all
other sects this is not how the Torah is lived in the Tanakh or Hebrew Bible this
only started just before the Hasmonean dynasty and sadly continued after the
last of the Maccabees were gone there was a schism that happened and Judaism
has never recovered it happened within the priests and Sanhedrin themselves why
that is I’m not sure there just hasn’t been a righteous enough leader my goal
is to get back to those times before the schism happened I am NOT trying to start
yet another sect following the Torah should not be so hard it isn’t hard if
you follow the laws as intended more Jews would be observant and more
non-jews would convert if these changes took place what I ultimately want is for
the rabbinical establishment to recognize their own errors and correct
them this won’t happen by itself and it won’t happen with just one person
the main problem the rabbis will admit when questioned
that there are some things even they don’t understand but they speak out of
both sides of their mouth went on one hand they justify not knowing by saying
we are not supposed to know and take it on faith to just do what God says yet
also say when the Messiah comes he will explain everything so how do you expect
the Messiah to come if you tell people to not question these things Deuteronomy
chapter 17 verses 8 to 13 this is how the rabbis keep their power and at the
same time prevent the Messiah from coming if a matter eludes you in judgment
between blood and blood between judgment and judgment or between Lesion and
Lesion words of dispute in your cities then you shall rise and go up to the
place the Lord your God chooses and you shall come to the Levitic Kohanim and to
the judge who will be in those days and you shall inquire and they will tell you
the words of judgment and you shall do according to the word they tell you from
the place the Lord will choose and you shall observe to do according to all
they instruct you according to the law they instruct you and according to the
judgment they say to you you shall do you shall not divert from the word they
tell you either right or left and the man who acts intentionally not obeying
the Kohen who stands there to serve the Lord your God or to the judge that man
shall die and you shall abolish evil from Israel and all the people shall
listen and fear and they shall no longer act wantonly we are told that the
rabbis judgments are final and we must follow them but what if they are wrong
what if the correct interpretation was that of another rabbi of a minority
opinion or they are all just wrong from the beginning
we are not allowed to question their decisions or authority they are
forgetting that the above commandment is based on decisions brought to the
equivalent of the Supreme Court the Kohanim would first inquire to God then
relay that to the judges just as Moses did in Genesis chapter 18 verse 19 so if
you went against it you are going against God and therefore worthy of the
death penalty but according to Rashi a rabbi from the 10th century and one of
the most revered Bible commentators in absence of a temple former and current
rabbinical rulings are binding there are some others who say only the rulings of
the original great assembly the original Sanhedrin in effect during Ezra’s time
when there were actual prophets still are binding you can see how Rashi’s
opinion is favored since current rabbis would soon lose their authority to make
new rulings because of the Talmud being written certain rabbis or sages’
opinions or rulings were given higher Authority which has led to a form of
idolatry where one group only listens to this or that rabbi whether or not the
rest of the broader community listens to him this happened because people use to
not travel and there was only one rabbi in each town but then modernity happened
now there is no shortage of rabbis in any town and if there is you can easily
go to the next one to seek opinions but the original separate communities
continue to cling to their specific rabbis this has been the consequence of
having a written oral law the solution I just like everyone else am waiting for
someone to come along who will magically convince all the various rabbis what is
wrong I’m losing hope it needs to be someone
independent of any one group or else none of the other groups will listen to
him it also needs to be someone well-versed in both tanakh and Talmud
but when you take into account Deuteronomy 17 the rabbis would still
condemn him I’ve come across or heard of individual rabbis who may acknowledge
this or that error but do not dare go against them or raise their voice due to
fear of backlash and losing their job but now I’ve learned of a new way things
can change the will of the majority the way rabbinic rulings are set is by vote
of the majority usually this is after much debate between all the rabbis and
there is a perception both among rabbis and the public that they cannot be
undone or changed but this is wrong if a majority can make the rule a majority
can end it either within the rabbinate or within the community but then the
problem becomes that there is no central authority that can make binding
decisions for all Jews everywhere such as the Pope for Catholics there are main
bodies within each major sect like conservative or reformed or even
Orthodox such as the rabbinical Council of America or Chief Rabbinate in Israel
there are some who say not until the Sanhedrin is reestablished can changes
take place well changes are already taking place just not on a large scale
or at the top so what I would like to see and encourage is if the religious
community take it upon themselves to join together to call for change that
would be more effective than just starting a new group so basically revolt
I guess if they ostracize or excommunicate everyone they’ll have no
one left I am not advocating a liberal or progressive agenda that goes away
from Torah and God quite the opposite I am advocating going back to the original
intention of the Torah this is a righteous cause and is sanctioned by God
and it seems to be the women who are willing to do this whether it’s the
women of the wall or the sovereignty movement it’s women who are the ones
speaking out maybe because they are not indoctrinated by the yeshiva to not
question and go along so far in my blog videos I have discussed the following
changes no need to separate kosher meat and milk not to certify artificial
ingredients and GMOs as kosher eliminate the Noahide laws and encourage
proselytizng to non-jews and conversion to Judaism work on Ezekiel’s
temple and not to rebuild the second temple pray for a red heifer and seek
repentance and purity for all Jews before a temple is built belief in a
Jewish nation ruled by biblical Jewish law redefine a Jew not by DNA or race
ethnicity but by support for Israel and religious observance accept the Talmud
Jewish oral law has been corrupted and written by fallible men be willing to
Reinterpret corrupted halacha based on new understanding of the original
meaning context rabbis to repent for leading the community astray by
following corrupt halacha for the last 2000 years in prolonging geula
Redemption while contributing to their own suffering and anti-semitism this is
by no means a complete list I will add to it as I blog if you agree and also
want to see these changes please like share follow my blog subscribe to my
channel and/or consider making a donation and more importantly make your
voice heard to your local rabbi or rabbinical council thank you

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