The Talmud and later Torah literature is filled with stories of Sages who performed many miracles and healed many who were sick. To this day, we have numerous tales of exorcisms. Yet, there are stories, and then there is how things actually occur.
This lessons looks at Yeshu as a healer and at the casting out of demons, and recognizes that the stories, in their present form, do not fit the realities of actual, or psychological demonic possession.
This lesson includes a full discussion on the nature of actual possessions and psychological one, with many examples being provided.
Yeshu might indeed have been a healer, many other Rabbis in his day were also.
Other curiosities about Yeshu's travels and how they seem to indicate (or validate) that his movement was a political one of the zealot faction.
The concept and importance of faith and mercy in Judaism, and how Christianity has never properly seen how these values are fundamental to Torah and Judaism.
The term Son of Man (Ben Adam/Bar Nash), should properly and accurately be translated as “human being,” without any greater context.