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Theres a book titled Jesus Christ in the Talmud which cites many sections of jewish literature pertaining to Jesus, your passage is included in it. Its an “antisemitic” book though amusingly they have managed to pick up more of the references to Yeshua than the Jewish readers. I’m paraphrasing from memory but the talmud verse goes something along the lines ...


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I would say "maybe" or "it depends" to both. In Gittin 56b-57a there's a story in which Onkelos bar Kalonikos, the nephew of Titus, wishes to convert to Judaism, but before that, consults three evil men through necromancy. One of these is a man called "יש"ו"/"Jesus": "Onkelos then went and raised Jesus [the ...


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The Seven Noahide Commandments prohibit praying to angels. It is likewise prohibited to talk with the dead because this is impossible. The dead never spoke to anyone. This was the very sin of King Saul. The Bible prohibits it not because it works but because it does not. Ibn Ezra explains: "Those with empty brains say 'Were it not that fortune tellers ...


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There is a strong distinction between "to intercede with Hashem", as opposed to "on behalf of Hashem". The Commandment of Seeking the Dead is the mere Communication with the Dead (as a source of prophecy). We see this clearly by Shaul, after not getting Word of God from the proper channels, (prophets,אורים) he sought Shmuel (who was not ...


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I am an Italian Noahide, and I don't believe in Yeshua ha Notzri's messiahship, nor in his divinity. I express my interpretation of the question by limiting to trinitarian christian worship professed by the vast majority of Christians, according to which HaShem is yes one, but at the same time He has a "substance" common to three "persons"...


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