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Originally posted by adnanmuf
The Eesa name is from Ees ( meaning the STAR in the Yrsa Major constillation. Ees means guard in Arabic and Ees means Star in Hebrew too. It was called Ees ( the Guardian Star ) because it stayed in the sky all night long as if it is guarding the sky all night long while all other stars are used to set during the night), hence Eesa means (The Man of the Star or better Star Man) or The Guardian Star man if you like.
Eesa means in Arabic too the guardian of the Herd ( shepard).. The Hebrew name Yeshua means Increase in space but christians add another meaning to it as the Covenent Man.
Originally posted by lisa m
RKYMTNHI this guy nebankh is a TALMUD apologist. Usually these people will deny the fact if it stared them in the eye as they deneid Jesus when he showed them all the miracles.
Originally posted by dAlen
...but in most religions, you dont have that freedom to question as everyone has the infallible word of 'god'...
...and so it is.
Originally posted by Nebankh
Sorry mate - a Talmud section called Tol'doth Yeshua , which is believed to have been written around 33AD , refers to a Jesus Character as Yeshu Ben Pandera.
Scholars certainly do not agree - the Toldoth Yeshu is usually dated to 5th or 6th century or even later
"The TOLDOTH YESHU came into being in the 5th century, at the earliest, and subsequently spread, in Hebrew and Yiddish versions, among the Jewish peasantry. Not even Jewish scholars claim any historical basis for it; from beginning to end it is pure legend. Most critics consider it a product of 8th century Italy and of the tumult of the Crusades in the 11th century, in which there was widespread persecution of the Jews. "
If you believe otherwise, please cite your evidence.
Originally posted by Fett Pinkus
And the Talmud, where this is written?