~ Talmud ~


Editor's Note

Author's Dedication



Description Of The Talmud

List Of Talmudic Books


The Names Of Christ

The Life Of Christ/The Christian Cross

The Teachings Of Christ

The Names Of Christians

What The Talmud Teaches About Christians

Christian Worship

Christians Unworthy To Associate With Jews

Christians Are Unclean

Christians Are Idolaters

Christians Are Evil

Christians To Be Harmed Indirectly

Christians To Be Harmed Directly

Appendix - How The Pope Treated The Jews

Catholic News

The Holy Mass

Rosary in Latin

Gregory XVII "Siri" The Pope in Red

Who "Pulled" 911

The Coming Great Catholic Monarch

St. John Bosco's Dream (Vision) of Hell

Examination of Conscience

Antichrist (Catholic Prophecy)

Catholic Prayer

Infant Baptism in Emergency

Catholic Podcasts

Catholic Links

Contact Information


In preparing this booklet I have used the following source material:

The TALMUD. Edition of Amsterdam, 1644-48, in 14 volumes.

SCHULKHAN ARUKH, by Rabbi Joseph Karo. Edition of Venice, 1594. Without commentaries.

IORE DEAH. Numerous quotations. Edition of Krakow.

ZOHAR. Edition of Amsterdam, 1805. 3 volumes.

MIKRA GEDOLAH. Edition of Amsterdam, 1792, 12 volumes, edition of Basle, 1620, 2 volumes, edition of Venice.

HILKHOTH AKUM, of R. Maimonides, edition by Vossius, 1675

As auxillary works I have used:

JOANNES BUXDORFIUS. a Lexicon Chaldaicum, Talmudicum et Rabbinicum, Basle, 1640. b. De Abreviaturis Hebraicis; Operis Talmudis Recensio; Biblicothea Rabbinica. Basle, 1712. c. Synagoga Judaica. Basle, 1712.

JOH. CHRISTOPHORI WAGENSEILII, Sota. Aldtorfi Noricum, 1674.

GEORGII ELIEZ. EDZARDI: Tractatus talmudici "AVODA SARA." Hamburg, 1705.

JACOBI ECKER: "Der Judenspiegel im Lichte der Wahrheit," (The Jewish Mirror in the Light of Truth). Paderborn, 1884.

AUGUST ROHLING: Die Polemik und das Manschenopfer des Rabbinismus. (The Polemics and Human Sacrifice of Rabbinism). Paderborn, 1883.

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I have only used the works of those who are held in the highest esteem by the Jews themselves, and to whom the Jews appeal when disputing with Christians, by quoting impartially the opinions of these learned men.(23) Their great diligence in quoting from the texts of books which I was able to examine, has been a proof to me that I used the same diligence even in quoting from less known sources to which they have much greater access than I.

(23) ". . . The holy Christian religion has no need of false testimony, nor is it helped in any way by such." I. C. Wagens, in Sota, p. 298.

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