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Published on Feb 3, 2014
Does ancient Jewish tradition support the idea of a divine Messiah who would suffer and die for the sins of mankind? Our guest today, Rabbi Itzhak Shapira claims that a divine Messiah was clearly in Jewish thought 2000 years ago and yet modern Judaism rejects the concept of a divine Messiah. In fact, many Jews no longer believe in a literal Messiah at all and have replaced this idea with the concept of a Messianic Age, a utopian society brought about through good deeds.
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