13. The Fall of Jerusalem, Lessons from Ghosts of the Past, Part 3


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The Fall of Jerusalem, Part 3. Titus the destroyer of Jerusalem and the Temple, his role in legend and the truth about him in history. We learn that the two are very much different from one another. The woman close to Titus's heart was none other than Julia Berenice, the Jewish Queen of Israel (referred to in the C.B. Acts 25:13). Onkelos, author of the Aramaic translation of the Torah, before his conversion, and his necromancy, conjuring up the souls of the dead, another legend or are there facts to this story? The portrayal and censorship of the soul of Yeshu HaNotzri, confronting Talmudic portrayals of disrespect towards Christian persecutors. Confronting early Christian Jew hatred. Moral lesson about the importance of peace even under the most provocative of circumstances.
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