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The Missing Talmud   $4.00

Fearing that the Talmud had made disparaging remarks about the founder of Christianity, his disciples, and followers, literally hundreds of sections of the Talmud have been removed or altered due to Church censorship. Were their fears justified, or was the Talmud actually referring to some other charismatic religious leader? In this lecture, Rabbi Irons shares with you remarkable sources from antiquity that seem to indicate that many of the censored passages in the Talmud are actually referring to someone else. Who was he? When did he live? What did he preach? How did he die? And who then was the true founder of Christianity? This and much more is discussed in this eye opening lecture.

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