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What is the difference between a Karaite Jewish person or a Pharisee Jewish person? See the answer in this video.

 

26 thoughts on “Jewish Karaite vs. Pharisee. What’s the difference?

  1. He cares because God cares even about His enemies. He loves all and those who follow Him also are like their Father and are not only made in His image but reflect that through their love. When people use words like Y…shki and other racist hateful words, it often reflects the inner wickedness of their heart. I suggest you look inward.

  2. thanks nehemiah for not being hateful towards christianity like many non-christians do. What is your Old TEstament view on Hell. I’d like the Jewish perspective.

  3. the Karaites were similar to the Christians, but they did not celebrate the Christian holidays(which were pagan) or accept the Trinity(which is Babylonian).

  4. He’s an Old Testament Jew How is that with backgrounds in the New Testament….BUT has done some research on the Hebrew background of the New Testament… dabble in all kinds of versions in the ancient Hebrew version of the Gospels….

    ….A bit strange in that the Gospels were first written in Greek…

  5. who is judging? I am only stating a Bible fact that any who deny that Jesus is the messiah or Christ is antichrist.

    1Jo 2:22 – Who is a liar but he that denieth that Jesus is the Christ? He is antichrist, that denieth the Father and the Son.

    Personally I am angry that the babylon churches celebrates easter and xmass and drives the Jews away from Jesus.

    there was a time I did not accept Christ….

    • Ok, so Chaplain Bob, what is the problem with a researcher who is an authority in the Hebrew language and ancient manuscripts helping believers in Yeshua understand the Hebrew roots and culture of their (Jew) Messiah? Not to mention correcting translation errors such as John 6:4 And the Passover, a feast of the Jews, was nigh. Where a feast of the Jews was neigh was added since Nehemia has exposed this in more ancient texts. Very important as without that, Yeshua’s ministry was just a little over a year with no missing parts and can be tracked day by day. (See Michael Rood’s The Chronological Gospel). Michael Rood has had Nehemia’s help for some time now getting the translation correct. I agree, the so-called church is from Babylon. People need to come out of Babylon.

  6. 2 Pe 3:15 – And account that the longsuffering of our Lord is salvation; even as our beloved brother Paul also according to the wisdom given unto him hath written unto you;

    So when Peter called Paul a brother in the faith – you throw away Peter also? Sure you do and Luke also.

    Paul warned us of the antichrist and yet you throw it away. so you must want to defend and protect the antichrists and be one of them

    Soon you end up with nothing….

  7. This is a lie – Paul never claimed to be “Christ”

    This one is a Christ denying Jew and I hope you enjoy you messiah when he comes

  8. What you say is reasonably accurate. Michael Rood explains this: “Raiders of the Lost Book” video here on You Tube explains this in the original Hebrew. That’s right, Hebrew not Greek. Mr. Rood has a Karaite Rabbi explain this. It is truly excellent.

  9. If you think this is sad consider the dizzying logic of the ultra conservative Rabbis. They follow in the footsteps of first century pharisees. Thus they break the command not to add or subtract from Torah.

  10. The Christian Bible of today is a translation of a translation of a translation. From Hebrew to Aramaic to Greek to English. If you want to know some truth listen to Michael Rood’s “Raiders of the Lost Book” here on You Tube. He has a knowledgeable Karaite Rabbi, who is not a Christian believer, explain the original Hebrew text of the Gospel of Matthew. Any scholar will find this fascinating.
    The English Matthew has Jesus breaking Torah. The Hebrew Gospel of Matthew has Yeshua upholding Torah.

  11. Mr. Gordon uses all kind of sources, literature and writings to understand better the history of our forefathers, practices done but the most important what YHWH expects from us.
    I respect the fact that is an open minded man and outreaches outside of Jewry to bring people closer to God, the God of Israel.

    You may not agree with his approach, that’s fine, but we have to respect Mr. Gordon for his work and dedication for the Almighty One in bringing people closer to the only true and one God , the God of Abraham, the God of Isaac and the God of Jacob.

    It is written that we have to be a light to the Gentiles, 
    A light shows the direction , but the walk and the search has to be done by each individual seeking and searching for  God.
    God is very near to the ones that are truly seeking and searching for him with all their hearts, minds and souls..

    Thanks Mr. Gordon for your videos and for your work.and dedication for the Almighty One.

    Shalom

    Charles Eliyah Pelosof.

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    Then Moses wrote down all the words of YHVH. (Exodus, 24:4)

     

    He took the Book of the Covenant and he read it in the ears of the people and they said, “All that YHVH has spoken we will do and we will heed” (Exodus, 24:7)

     

    God said to Moses, “Write these words down yourself, because it is through these words from my mouth that I have made a covenant with you and with Israel” (Exodus, 34:27)

     

    Theses are the words which Moses spoke to All of Israel … according to All that YHVH had commanded him to tell them. (Deuteronomy 1:1-3, – First sentence of the book of Deuteronomy as to let us know what the book is about.)

     

    Moses began to explain this Torah saying …(Deuteronomy 1:5 )

     

    Which other great nation has decrees and laws as All this Torah which I am putting before you today?(Deuteronomy 4:8)

     

    And Moses call all Israel and he said to them: “Hear Or Israel the decrees and laws which I am speaking to your ears today, you shall learn them and you shall take care to do them. (Deuteronomy 5:1)

     

    Everything which I command you, that shall you observe to do: you shall not add to it, nor shall you remove from it. (Deuteronomy 13:1)

     

    And it will be when he (the king ) sits securely on the throne of his kingdom he shall write a copy of this Torahfor himself on a scroll copying from the one kept by Kohanim of the tribe of Levi. It shall be with him and he shall read from it all the days of his life so that he will learn to fear YHVH his God to keep all the words of this Torah and these decrees to carry them out.(Deuteronomy, 17:18-19)

    So that his heart may not be lifted up over his countrymen, and he may not be turned away from the orders, to the right or left. (Deuteronomy 17:20)

     

     This day YHVH your God is commanding you to practice all these decrees and laws with all your heart and with all your soul. (Deuteronomy 26:16, as a subject of all the Moses’ speech as recorded in Deuteronomy according to the recorded text itself)

     

    You will setup for yourself large stones and you will plaster them with lime  and you will write on them all the words of this Torah (Deuteronomy 27:2-3)

    and, again, Moses repeats after few sentences

    And you shall write on the stones all the words of this Torah in a clear (detail) words  (Deuteronomy 27:8)

     

    … if you will listen to the commandments of YHVH your God which I am commanding you today to keep them and to do and you must not stray from all the words which I am commanding you today either to the right or to the left going after other gods to serve them. And it will be if you will not listen to the voice of YHVH your God to carefully carry out all His commandments and His decrees which I am commanding you today then there will come upon you all these curses and they will overtake you. (Deuteronomy 28:13-15, think – why Moses repeats so many times all the same “which I am commanding you today”, — the words which are recorded in his Torah ? Guess…)

     

    … and you will listen to the voice of YHVH and you will carry out all His commandments which I command you today. (Deuteronomy 27:8)

     

    If you will not be careful to carry out all the words of this Torah which are written in this book  …  (Deuteronomy 28:58,  whatever Moses tells Israel, all is recorded, just as he says)

     

    These are the words of the covenant which YHVH commanded Moses to make with Children of Israel in the land of Moav. (Deuteronomy 28:69, all these words spelled out by Moses that day and recorded in his Torah constitute a complete covenant)

     

    … when you obey the voice of YHVH your God, to keep his commandments and his statutes which are written in this book of Torah; when you turn to YHVH your God with all your heart, and with all your soul. Because this Law which I command you today is not  hidden from you and it is not far away from you. (Deuteronomy 30:10, now Moses is using other words to highlight the completeness of the covenant spelled out and recorded by him, – “this law is not hidden from you “ – there is no need for commentaries to understand it, “… it is not far away from you” – everyone is capable to understand it.)

     

    This mandate that I am prescribing you today is not mysterious or far away from you. It is not in the heaven as if to say “Who shall go up to heaven and bring it to us so that we can hear it and keep it? It is not across the sea as if to say: “Who will cross the sea and get it for us, so that we will be able to hear it and keep it?” It is something that is very close to you. It is in your mouth and in your heart, so that you can keep it. ( Deuteronomy 30:11-14)

     

    Then Moses put all this Law in writing, and gave it to the priests, the sons of Levi… (Deuteronomy 31:9 )

     

    When all Israel come to appear before the face of YHVH your God in the place which He will choose, you shall read this Torah in the presence of all Israel into their ears.  So that they will learn and they will fear YHVH your God and they will be careful to carry out all the words of this Torah. (Deuteronomy, 31:11-12)

     

    And it was when Moshe finished writing down the words of this Torah on a parchment scroll until he had completed them, Moshe commanded Leviim the bearers of Ark of the Covenant of YHVH saying: “Take this Book of Torah and put it at the side of Ark of the Covenant of YHVH your God and it shall remain there as a witness against you” (Deuteronomy 31:24-26 )

     

    Give your full attention to all the words by which I testify to you today so that you will command your children about them to keep and do all the words of this Torah.Because it is not an empty thing for you – because that is your life. (Deuteronomy 32:46-47)

     

    After that, he (Joshua) read all the words of the Torah, the blessing and the curse, according to all that is written in the Book of the Torah. There was not a word of all that Moses commanded that Joshua did not read to the entire congregation of Israel, the women and the children and the converts that walked among them. (Joshua 8:34-35)

  13. The Pharisees were judges….if two people have a dispute they would go to the Pharisee and he would make a ruling…
    This is what Jesus was talking about….the Talmud is something else and he was not referring to that…

  14. The Rabbinate add their words to the Torah thus they subtract from it. The Karaite leaves the Torah as it is and learn the truth of it as it is. That’s the difference.

  15. He is a researcher of ancient manuscripts. He has used his research to enlighten Christians many whom know little of the Hebrew background of Yeshua. That is the job of a researcher….to teach others on the findings. Why is that so hard for some folks to understand?

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