The Coming Antichrist

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7 thoughts on “The Coming Antichrist

  1. Sweetheart, I wanted to leave a comment on your La Vie en Rose post, but it didn’t accept comments. It’s one of my all-time favorite songs, and he certainly does it justice.

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  2. marcdbaker asks a Torah question: November 13, 2021

    Rabbi KERR, I have a question please and it may not seem serious to some but it is to me. It is a serious question to me. My question is… In the scriptures, how does one gain the confidence to believe that G-D is pleased with their works ? Is there scripture that addresses this issue?
    I do believe the Scripture that states that FEAR of the LORD…… is the BEGINNING of WISDOM !! RABBI KERR…. DOES ALL OF HUMANITY BARE THE SPIRITUAL RESPONSIBILITY TO CHANGE THE WORLD OR IS THAT TOTALLY DELUSIONAL OF ME TO THINK THAT ?

    The Response:

    “”How does one gain the confidence to believe that G-D is pleased with their works?””

    Xtianity has this dogma of faith vs. works. The Torah has no belief system what so ever. Your question cuts straight to the heart of the Parshah of Noach.

    What relevance does this Parshah have with the rest of the Torah? From the 3rd Parshah of Lech Lecha to the end of D’varim the Torah focus centers around the chosen cohen seed of Avraham.

    Not so Parshat Noach. That Parshah addresses “Bnai Brit Goyim”. Who qualifies as a Bnai Brit Goy? Dof ג of the Gemara of Avoda Zara teaches that Goyim across the board abandoned the brit faith.

    Herein explains the floods and the later stories of Sodom and the fears of Avram and Yitzak that the Goyim would murder them for the beauty of their wives.

    Therefore seeing that mitzvot from the Torah do not apply, Man receives no reward for keeping mitzvot while existing in accursed g’lut\exile. Herein comes to play the Parshat of Noach, commonly referred to as the “Brit Bnai Noach” …. the only Bnai Brit people on the face of the earth, Israel. Only Israel accepted the revelation of the Torah at Sinai.

    Therefore Parshat Noach – the Brit Bnai Noach – applies strictly and only to Jews living in g’lut. The Torah defines ‘fear of Heaven’ as Ba’al Shem Tov, a person who strives to maintain and respect the reputation of his\her ‘Good Name’. The vision of the Torah quite simple: live a righteous and just life on this earth.

    Righteous refers to the dedication unto HaShem of defined tohor middot wherein a person dedicates the Yatzir Ha’Tov to dominate the key decisions of life wherein a person defines his lifes’ walk before HaShem. Just, the Torah defines as – the courage to fairly compensate others whose person or property you damaged either intentionally or accidentally. Justice: the fair compensation for all damages inflicted upon others.

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