Vesko Vukovic 1 | 213 4 Dec 2020 #1What is the Talmud? A lot of people, have no idea about all this. And understandably, not all people are - theologians by vocation. 🙂 that is why WE are here, who know, to inform "our neighbors". The Talmud is a jewish book of rabbinical teachings and "paternal traditions." It is not a book that is directly inspired by God. Nor do the Jews and rabbis themselves consider it as such. But still, they put that book in front of and above the Torah itself (Pentateuch of Moses).Some people in their ignorance of things - mix the Talmud and the Torah. I want to make that clear. The Torah is the first five books of Scripture. These books are recognized as sacred books by Roman Catholics, Orthodox, Protestants and Jews.The Talmud is a book of teachings of jewish scholars, and it is recognized only by - Jews!So: the Talmud is one, inner jewish book. All future rabbis must learn from this book, that is, they learn from it in their schools. It is by definition, as an "aid" in understanding the Torah. However - the fact is - that the Talmud, in importance (paternal lecture - for which Jesus also rebuked them), they rose above the Revelation - the Torah.The Talmud is not just one book. It is something more than 60 books, scrolls, manuscripts. Lots of text. Only a part of the Talmud has been translated into goy's languages. Most of it - is kept secret by rabbis, inaccessible to the goyim.Vasa Pelagić, a great Serbian educator and people's teacher in Serbia, was the first to raise his voice against the Talmud, as a book that teaches hatred and evil.If you are interested, I will write more extensively and expertly about the Talmud and the Torah, the differences and messages of both books. to know how to distinguish a jewish lie from God's truth. And to know how to beat the enemy with HIS weapons.If the moderator doesn't mind, we'll write. 🙂 I want one topic, which will be a contribution to Polishforums and everyone who reads! We need to educate people, for spiritual warfare, with a cunning enemy - to prepare.