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Existing manuscripts were sometimes altered (for example, by erasure) and new manuscripts often omitted the passages entirely. Every day my ashes are collected and sentence is passed on me and I am burnt and my ashes are scattered over the seven seas. "[35] and "Are we not right in saying that you are a Samaritan and have a demon? Even when the ability to reach her old glory is obviously absent, she will still try everything possible to reach any position that remotely resembles it. See also Avraham Korman's discussion in Zeramim Vekitot Beyahadut, pp. With Jesus the Nazarene it was different. Quotes (5): Some Teachings of the Jewish Talmud [I don't know the source of the particular text below, but there are various versions floating around the internet. It has been taught: Note from this incident how serious a thing it is to put a man to shame, for God espoused the cause of Bar Kamza and destroyed His House and burnt His Temple. Numerous times between 1239 and 1775 all copies of the Talmud were destroyed. 456-457; Chanoch Zundel Ben Yosef, Eitz Yosef to Ein Ya'akov, Sotah 11a sv Balaam. The Mishnah was most likely referring to a famous person and, due to the lack of any practical ramifications, his name was left out by the compilers of the Mishnah. ", "But was not the husband Pappos son of Yehuda and the mother Stada? He said to him: we will speak to you in the name of Jesus son of Pandera", Jerusalem Shabboth 14:4/13 "Jacob ... came in the name of Jesus Pandera to heal him", Qohelet Rabbah 1:8(3) "He told me a word in the name of Jesus son of Pandera", Babylonian Abodah Zarah 17a "One of the disciples of Jesus the Nazarene found me", Babylonian Abodah Zarah 17a "Thus I was taught by Jesus the Nazarene", See also Talmud passage Erubin 21b (Soncino edition): “R. The Talmud discusses whether the individual (the name Jesus is not present in these passages) is the son of Stada, or Pandera, and a suggestion is made that the mother Mary committed adultery. 3, pp. And of course, it is forbidden for a Jew to kill a Gentile. The first Christian censorship of the Talmud happened in the year 521. “The Talmud is undoubtedly one of the most remarkable literary productions of all times.”—The Universal Jewish Encyclopedia. This passage has absolutely nothing to do with Jesus and there is certainly no insult implied towards Mary. In 1280 following the Disputation of Barcelona the Talmud was censored. Tractate Mechilla/Me'ilah Jehovah himself asks the opinions of earthly rabbis when there are difficult affairs in heaven. He sat and was in the midst of praising 'how beautiful is this lodging (which also means innkeeper in Aramaic)', (Yeshu) said to him "My master, her eyes are misshaped". R. Yochanan is saying that Balaam had tremendous potential and started out as a true prophet of G-d. In this lucid, richly detailed, and accessible book, Peter Schäfer examines how the rabbis of the Talmud read, understood, and used the New Testament Jesus … He was a mesit (someone who instigated Israel to idolatry), concerning whom the Merciful [God]says: Show him no compassion and do not shield him (Deut. [82][83], Some scholars claim that the Hebrew name Yeshu is not a short form of the name Yeshua, but rather an acrostic for the Hebrew phrase "may his name and memory be blotted out" created by taking the first letter of the Hebrew words. Interestingly, the Talmudic text itself never names the third spirit summoned by Onkelos, as it does the previous two. He concluded that the references to Jesus (as the messiah of Christianity) were included in the early (3rd and 4th century) versions of the Talmud, and that they were parodies of New Testament narratives. Pumbedita says about her: "She was unfaithful to her husband. He replied: Israel. Ehrman clarifies that the name "Son of Panthera" (Roman who allegedly was the seducer of Mary) was a tradition, as scholars have long recognized, that represented an attack on the Christian view, that he was the son of a virgin. However, the parallel accounts in the Babylonian Talmud mention Jesus but do not mention the father's name: The Babylonian talmud contains narratives that discuss an anonymous person who brought witchcraft out of Egypt, and the person is identified as "son of Pandera" or "son of Stada". The Jews invented a portable religion in the shape of the Bible, the Torah, and eventually the Talmud, and with other portable forms of writing. 6 pp. 348-349. The point of all these examples is to show that Balaam is viewed in rabbinic literature as the ultimate villain. [84], In addition, at the 1240 Disputation of Paris, Donin presented the allegation that the Talmud was blasphemous towards Mary, the mother of Jesus (Miriam in Hebrew), and this criticism has been repeated by many Christian sources. is a third case of Onkelos calling up Titus as well) the sinner is being terribly punished in the afterlife while Israel is being rewarded. I will demonstrate that this message was possible only under the specific historical circumstances in Sasanian Babylonia, with a Jewish community that lived in relative freedom, at least with regard to Christians – quite different from conditions in Roman and Byzantine Palestine". Few copies would survive. What about joining them? ", No, his mother was Miriam, who let her hair grow long and was called Stada. ׁלְמִי ‎, Talmud Yerushalmi, often Yerushalmi for short), also known as the Palestinian Talmud or Talmuda de-Eretz Yisrael (Talmud of the Land of Israel), is a collection of Rabbinic notes on the second-century Jewish oral tradition known as the Mishnah.Naming this version of the Talmud … Theissen p 75: "[some authors conclude that the Talmud's passages] have no independent historical value. In 1564 under the Tridentine Index an expunged version of the Talmud was allowed. It is therefore no surprise that historians can find many passages that denigrate Balaam. Every day he would come before him (intent on being readmitted,) and he did not accept him. In his view the tosefta account reveals that at least some Jews believed Christians were true healers, but that the rabbis saw this belief as a major threat. Again we see the assumption that Balaam is a codeword for Jesus. Richard Bauckham considers Yeshu a legitimate, if rare, form of the name in use at the time, and writes that an ossuary bearing both the names Yeshu and Yeshua ben Yosef shows that it "was not invented by the rabbis as a way of avoiding pronouncing the real name of Jesus of Nazareth"[51]. It is an immense body of literature in both Hebrew and Aramaic, and is divided into two sections: the Mishnah, and Gemara, which comments on the Mishna.According to tradition, the Mishnah was … Jewish apologists during the disputations said there were no references to Jesus in the Talmud. In 1592 the pope ordered all copies of the Talmud and other heretical writing destroyed expunged or not. [103], There is no Talmudic text that directly associates Jesus with Mary (Miriam), instead the association is indirect: Jesus is associated with a father ("son of Pandera"), and in other passages, Pandera is associated with Mary (as her lover). Balaam in rabbinic literature is one of the archetype villains. Scholars[who?] Jesus wished to be forgiven, but [his rabbi] was too slow to forgive him, and Jesus in despair went away and put up a brick [idol] and worshipped it. Instead, they reverse it completely: yes, they maintain, we accept responsibility for it, but there is no reason to feel ashamed because we rightfully executed a blasphemer and idolater. Despite its title, Israel Shahak’s Jewish History, Jewish Religion (1994) is not your average intro-to-Judaism book. In contemporary terms, he is the Darth. The sorcerer is stoned and hanged on the Eve of Passover. He describes his punishment in the afterlife as boiling in excrement. Here we come to the common distortion that references in the talmud to Balaam are really veiled references to Jesus. 10 p. 16) [transliteration from Hebrew changed for consistency]: However, it is impossible to imagine that a Christian would ask a Jew how old Jesus was, and call the Gospel Balaam's Chronicle or that Pontius Pilate, who is not mentioned even once in the whole of rabbinic literature, should be referred to as Pinchas the robber. Gloats over Jesus Dying Young, A passage from Sanhedrin 106 gloats over the early age at which Jesus died: "Hast thou heard how old Balaam (Jesus) was?--He replied: It is not actually stated but since it is written, Bloody and deceitful men shall not live out half their days it follows that he was thirty-three or thirty-four years old. [31], Peter Schäfer concluded that the references were not from the early tannaitic period (1st and 2nd centuries) but rather from the 3rd and 4th centuries, during the amoraic period. [102] Medieval Hebrew midrashic literature contain the "Episode of Jesus" (known also as Maaseh Yeshu), in which Jesus is described as being the son of Joseph, the son of Pandera (see: Episode of Jesus). [29] Some scholars treat Christianity, during that era, referred to as Early Christianity, as simply one of many sects of Judaism. [89], Scholars have identified the following references in the Talmud that some conclude refer to Jesus:[90]. ", Cohn-Sherbok, Dan, Judaism and other faiths, Palgrave Macmillan, 1994, p 48, Berger D. "On the Uses of History in Medieval Jewish Polemic against Christianity: The Search for the Historical Jesus." According to them the account also reveals that there was greater contact between Christians and Jews in the 2nd century than commonly believed. For he was close to the government. Boyarin has suggested that this was the Jewish version of the Br'er Rabbit approach to domination, which he contrasts to the strategy of many early Christians, who proclaim their beliefs in spite of the consequences (i.e. Discover and share Talmud Quotes Goyim. (St Matthew 15). He states that because he [Jesus] was poor he hired himself out as a workman in Egypt, and there tried his hand at certain magical powers on which the Egyptians pride themselves; he returned full of conceit, because of these powers, and on account of them gave himself the title of God ... the mother of Jesus is described as having been turned out by the carpenter who was betrothed to her, as she had been convicted of adultery and had a child by a certain soldier named Panthera. So Mary is called an adulteress by the Talmud". (Yebamoth 49b, p.324). In the 20th century, new editions began restoring the censored material, such as in the 1935 English Soncino edition. He says that she was driven out by her husband, who was a carpenter by trade, as she was convicted of adultery. He then went and raised Balaam by incantations. In all circumstances (one should exercise) use the left hand to push (away) and the right (to) bring closeward ... not like Yehoshua ben Perachya who pushed him—to Yeshu—with both hands... (here the Talmud begins a narration) at the time that Yannai the king was executing the Rabbis, Shimon ben Shatach('s sister) hid Rabbi Yehoshua ben Perachya, he (then, subsequently was able to) go and run (escape) to Alexandria of Egypt. Send comments and suggestions to webmaster@talmud.faithweb.com. As we shall soon see, Balaam is not a talmudic codeword for Jesus. Explore our collection of motivational and famous quotes by authors you know and love. The Platonistic philosopher Celsus, writing circa 150 to 200 CE, wrote a narrative describing a Jew who discounts the story of the Virgin Birth of Jesus. Presumably, this helped convince Onkelos to convert to Judaism. Whoever knows anything in defense may come and state it.' A herald is sent to call for witnesses in his favour for forty days before his execution. "Mary was a whore: Jesus (Balaam) was an evil man." Moreover, Rubenstein sees this story as a rebuke to overly harsh Rabbis. A proud and self-confident message that runs counter to all that we know from Christian and later Jewish sources. ּלְמוּד talmÅ«d "instruction, learning", from a root lmd "teach, study") is a central text of Rabbinic Judaism.It is also traditionally referred to as Shas (ש״ס), a Hebrew abbreviation of shisha sedarim, the "six orders".The term "Talmud" normally refers to the Babylonian Talmud, though there is also an earlier collection known as the Jerusalem Talmud. (Gazing at women was considered sinful.) Mary was an adulteress". Art. (Sanhedrin 106a &b, p.725). In the modern era there has been a variance of views among scholars of the possible references to Jesus in the Talmud, depending partly on presuppositions as to the extent to which the ancient rabbis were preoccupied with Jesus and Christianity. … God does not have a Son…. Rabbinic Judaism domesticated and internalized conflicts over the law, while vigorously condemning any sectarianism. You can't have it both ways. He replied: Israel. The passages identified by scholars in this context are:[92], Passages in Sanhedrin 107b and Sotah 47a refer to an individual (Yeshu) that some scholars conclude is a reference to Jesus, regarded as the messiah of Christianity. A few of the references explicitly name Jesus ("Yeshu") as the "son of Pandera": these explicit connections are found in the Tosefta, the Qohelet Rabbah, and the Jerusalem Talmud, but not in the Babylonian Talmud. [24] In 1910, Hermann Strack wrote Jesus, die Häretiker und die Christen nach den ältesten jüdischen Angaben, which found no evidence of a historical Jesus in the Talmud. Urbach, ibid., p. 284; W. Bacher, Jewish Quarterly Review O.S. In, English translations from Peter Schäfer, pp 133–140, Van Voorst 2000 - see also Thiessen and Merz mention. As a guide to Jewish law, it covers almost every area of life. Exegesis About Gentile Prophets And The Balaam Passage" (Hebrew), Tarbitz (25:1956), pp. There is no way that this passage can refer to Jesus or to Yeshu. There are several passages in the Talmud which are believed by some scholars to be references to Jesus. While Yeshu may be the proto-Jesus some scholars point to as inspiring the early Christians, he is definitely not the man who was crucified in Jerusalem in the year 33 CE. However, we will show that Balaam is considered the paragon of evil in passages that cannot refer to Jesus and from these passages. Some scholars conclude that the work is merely an expansion and elaboration on anti-Christian themes in the Talmud. 1. Art. [11] However, far better documented censorship began during the disputations of the Middle Ages. [23], Starting in the 20th century the topic of Jesus in Judaic literature became subject to more unbiased, scholarly research, such as Das Leben Jesu nach jüdischen Quellen (The Life of Jesus From Jewish Sources) written in 1902 by Samuel Krauss, which was the first scholarly analysis of the Judaic anti-Christian polemic Toledot Yeshu (The Biography of Jesus). The keeping of geneological records was very common in talmudic times so that regular Jews did not marry bastards and violate the biblical prohibition (Deuteronomy 23:3). Ruth 4:1). Among this list of heroes, this list of righteous and holy leaders, is Balaam. [21] In 1681 Johann Christoph Wagenseil translated and published a collection of anti-Christian polemics from Jewish sources, with the title Tela Ignea Satanæ, sive Arcani et Horribiles Judæorum Adversus Christum, Deum, et Christianam Religionem Libri (Flaming Arrows of Satan, that is, the secret and horrible books of the Jews against Christ, God, and the Christian religion) which discussed Jesus in the Talmud. As we shall see, he was a powerful man whose prophecy and closeness with G-d gave him potential to do much good. The name used in the Talmud is "Yeshu", the Aramaic vocalization (although not spelling) of the Hebrew name Yeshua. – Cohn-Sherbok, p 48, References are Shabbat 104b and Sanhedrin 67a in the Babylonin Talmud, This page was last edited on 10 December 2020, at 19:39. But since they did not find anything in his defense they hanged him on (Sabbath eve and) the eve of Passover. Boyarin suggests that the Rabbis were well aware of Christian views of the Pharisees and that this story acknowledges the Christian belief that Jesus was forgiving and the Pharisees were not (see Mark 2:1–2), while emphasizing forgiveness as a necessary Rabbinic value.[39]. Papa son of R. Aha b. Adda stated in the name of R. Aha b. Ulla: This teaches that he who scoffs at the words of the Sages will be condemned to boiling excrements. The descriptions of his awesome prophetic powers, greater than Moses's, are inferred from verses describing the biblical Balaam. [41][42][43], During these disputations the representatives of the Jewish communities offered various defences to the charges of the Christian disputants. One day he was reciting Kriat Shema,[98] he (Yeshu) came before him (the Rabbi)—it was on his (the Rabbi's) mind to accept him—he (the Rabbi) showed him with his hand, he (Yeshu) thought 'he is pushing him', (Yeshu then) went erected a fish worship, he (his Rabbi) said to him 'return yourself' he (Yeshu) said to him '(so) I learnt from you; 'all who sin and cause others to sin we do not give (are not given) him the ability to repent'. This passage is clearly about Balaam and it describes both his cleverness and his despicability. Even if this widow is continually passed over by those she wishes to marry, she will still strive for her former glory, and will even marry a carpenter who, while not leading his countrymen out into battle, still must skillfully handle tools. were born already circumcised. Sanhedrin 43a[77] relates the trial and execution of a sorcerer named Jesus (Yeshu in Hebrew) and his five disciples. [91] Here, Jesus is a sorcerer who has enticed other Jews to apostasy. In other words, rabbis are encouraged to disagree and argue with one another, but these activities must be carefully contained, or else they could lead to a schism. Sanhedrin 43a relates the trial and execution of Jesus and his five disciples. This has been described as the "theory of two Jesuses" though Berger (1998) notes that Yehiel in fact argues for three Jesuses. I p. 108 n. 53. According to Rubenstein, the structure of this teaching, in which a biblical prooftext is used to answer a question about biblical law, is common to both the rabbis and early Christians. To clarify the issue, let us now address the general claim that Balaam is a talmudic codeword for Jesus. His five disciples, named Matai, Nekai, Netzer, Buni, and Todah are then tried. The story ends by invoking a Mishnaic era teaching that Yeshu practised black magic, deceived and led Israel astray. However, this theory has not stood up to the scrutiny of academic talmudic scholarship and has fallen out of favor with historians. Also in footnote #2 to Shabbat 104b it is stated that in the "uncensored" text of the Talmud it is written that Jesus mother, "Miriam the hairdresser," had sex with many men. Some editions of the Talmud are missing some of the references, which were removed either by Christian censors starting in the 13th century,[18] or by Jews themselves due to fear of reprisals, or some were possibly lost by negligence or accident. Are there references in Talmud that indicate a first century Jewish belief that the general. [12] This range of views among modern scholars on the subject has been described as a range from "minimalists" who see few passages with reference to Jesus, to "maximalists" who see many passages having reference to Jesus. The text of the passage simply states that Onkelos went and raised up a spirit through necromancy, and then asked it his question[99] — it is only in a footnote, bracketed to indicate it is a later insertion, that the individual is named Yeshu. The complete passage from the 1935 Soncino edition is: Onkelos son of Kolonikos ... went and raised Titus from the dead by magical arts, and asked him; 'Who is most in repute in the [other] world? Talmudic Quotes The decisions of the Talmud are words of the living God. Chapter I. Jesus Christ in the Talmud. [13] These terms "minimalist" and "maximalist" are not unique to discussion of the Talmud text; they are also used in discussion of academic debate on other aspects of Jewish vs. Christian and Christian vs. Jewish contact and polemic in the early centuries of Christianity, such as the Adversus Iudaeos genre. Similarly, Balaam started out as a man with prophecy (like a prince or ruler). In these passages, Jesus is described as a student of Joshua ben Perachiah (second half of the 2nd century BCE), and he (Jesus) was sent away for misinterpreting a word that in context should have been understood as referring to the Inn; he instead understood it to mean the innkeeper's wife (the same word can mean "inn" and "hostess"). However, there is every reason to believe that these passages refer to the actual Balaam and not to Jesus or Yeshu. Rabbi Menachen, Comments for the Fifth Book Jehovah himself in heaven studies the Talmud, standing: he has such respect for that book. Gitten 57a:3, which reads: אזל אסקיה בנגידא א"ל מאן חשיב בההוא עלמא א"ל ישראל מהו לאדבוקי בהו א"ל טובתם דרוש רעתם לא תדרוש כל הנוגע בהן כאילו נוגע בבבת עינו. It is clear, however, based on the chronological order, that this refers to the biblical Balaam and not Jesus or Yeshu. 272-289. It is part of a larger discussion about three kings and four commoners excluded from paradise. Lasker, p xxi – Summarizes Herford's conclusions; Boyarin, pp 1–3; Boyarin cites the Talmud as saying there were 24 sects. Catholic authorities[who?] Through indisputable proofs we have shown that the biblical Balaam, not Jesus or Yeshu, is consistently painted as someone destined for greatness who instead misused his talents for evil. However, he chose to use those gifts towards evil. Scholars debate whether the Talmud provides any evidence of Jesus as a historical individual. [22] In 1903, Unitarian scholar R. Travers Herford wrote Christianity in Talmud and Midrash, which became the standard work on the topic in the Christian world, and he concluded that a large number of references referred to Jesus, not as a historical individual, but instead as the messiah of Christianity. 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