"Judaism Discovered" ON SALE NOW!

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13 Responses to “"Judaism Discovered" ON SALE NOW!”

  1. Jim K. Says:

    Yes,I ordered it over a week ago.And asked Texe Marrs to interview Hoffman and post it for free on Google video,as he needs the publicity.The llluminati completely controls virtually every form of mass media these days.And although we entered the Revelation of the Method era a few decades ago,there are some issues they simply will not allow in the open.So it is imperative to fight the Beast system with the independant and alternative press and whistleblowers.I noticed his Hoffman’s articles on Rense,but I’m not sure Jeff would stick his neck out on this one.This work goes beyond Zionism.We know that from the Strange Gods book that exposed so much.Haven’t seen the Alex Jones interview to date.Don’t know if it ever made it to Google or You Tube.The heated debate on that blog you had was unreal.Jones,Hoffman,Rense,Marrs,and others are doing the best they can exposing The Great llluminati Conspiracy.None of us are perfect.I hope this new book challenges Catholics to take an introspective look at their own lives as well as their religion.Judaism has nothing to do with Biblical Christianity,but alot to do with organized religion,both Catholic and Protestant.The time is short.Project Bluebeam and HAARP are designed to fool all the world,both pagan and Christian.Couple that with WW3 and the coming financial collapse and the world is in for a scary ride.All people need to understand the “chosen people” are not the people in Palestine aka Israel.And that the whole end-times scenario as viewed by pretribbers has a Judaic foundation in Millenial thought and master race nonsense.It is the Last Days,just not the script most of churchianity—catholic and protestant–are being sold on.I eagerly anticipate reading Hoffman’s new book.

  2. Anonymous Says:

    As of 9/1/08 the reviews and resellers have been pulled down again.

  3. René Says:

    Sorry to post something which has nothing to do with the book of Hoffmann.
    Could you post something on David Goldstein, the famous jew who converted to catholicism in the first part of the XX century and who had been knighted by Pope Pius XII ?
    Yours, in Christo Rege,
    René

  4. Anonymous Says:

    Maurice Pinay,

    Michael Hoffman appears to have some Protestant ideas about Catholicism, even though he claims to be a traditional Catholic. If in criticizing the Talmud for being the traditions of men, he is applying this idea across the board towards tradition in general, this would nullify the idea of tradition in our Traditional Catholic faith. Michael Hoffman sells an essay that appears to indict traditions that have crept into Christianity without basis in scripture(I am assuming this means Catholicism). I wasn’t aware Catholics (as Michael Hoffman claims to be) had latitude to apply the sola scriptura dogma to their faith. If we are to subject Catholic traditions to the sola scriptura rule we might as well become Baptists. One of the reasons I am commenting is that the whole principle of Hoffman’s critique of Talmudism could blow back and backfire on Traditional Catholicism, in principle, because people could just point the finger and say “Trad Catholics also follow the traditions of their elders” ie the Church Fathers, Sacred Tradition.

    Thanks,
    Anonymous

  5. Joe Shepherd Says:

    To “anonymous” above:

    You need to read his latest book along with his other writings. He specifically writes to expose those Pharisaic traditions which originate from paganism and contradict the religion of Moses. There are no attacks on Catholic Tradition. There are no attacks on following any generic “tradition of the elders” but rather only those specific Judaic beliefs which in the New Testament were called “tradition of the elders”. Any criticism of Catholics is reserved for those who betrayed Christ out of their fear or admiration of the rabbis.

  6. rev'd up Says:

    If what “anonymous” avers about Hoffman is true then it is only because it IS true. The Roman Catholic Church does have lots of “traditions” that are not traditional Catholicism. Their present notion that the Pope is their “Rock” is modernist phyco-babble “priestcraft.” The truth is modern “Trad” Catholics don’t “”follow the traditions of their elders” ie the Church Fathers, Sacred Tradition.” Instead they follow many of the traditions of their late medieval and Renaissance neoPlatonist Cabalists.

  7. Anonymous Says:

    If Michael Hoffman says so, it’s because IT IS SO. I get it now! Thanks for the Kool-Aid, “rev’d up”!— ooh, wait, I think I’ll take a cup of “joe shepherd” instead! (I will buy Hoffman’s article on [traditions of Christianity] first to see if he has my Imprimatur. Because if it is between Hoffman and the Rosary, I’m going to keep my beads.)

    – Anonymous

  8. Maurice Pinay Says:

    Because if it is between Hoffman and the Rosary, I’m going to keep my beads.

    I don’t speak for Michael Hoffman but I don’t think he wants to take your rosary beads away. But neither do the rabbis.

    You can take it light on the rabbis if you think your traditions would be better served by such avoidance, but I assure you, that would be a mistake. It’s not your traditions that the rabbis want to destroy, it’s the Gospel (which they say paved the road to genocide), the incarnation (which they say is idolatry), Calvary (which they’re replacing with Aushwitz) and the resurrection (which they’re replacing with the “resurrection” of counterfeit Israel). They want to replace the Ten Commandments with their “Noahide Laws.” They want to render you utterly alien from the Bible.

    The rabbis will let you keep your beads. They probably have already prepared the sorrowful mysteries of Auschwitz, the Glorious mysteries of Zion, and the joyful mysteries of Noachida. There will be novenas to Anne Frank, the Stations of the Gas Chambers …

  9. Anonymous Says:

    To Maurice Pinay,

    I would think the rabbis would want to take away the beads in the sense that they do not respect Mary, as she is insulted in the Talmud.

    My concern is in the possibility of throwing the baby out with the bathwater in the course of prosecuting Judaism and its hostility to Christianity.

    I am glad to hear from two sources now that Mr. Hoffman is above reproach from a Catholic perspective.

    – Anonymous

  10. Maurice Pinay Says:

    I would think the rabbis would want to take away the beads in the sense that they do not respect Mary, as she is insulted in the Talmud.

    I don’t agree. They’re far more resourceful than that. They hate St. Paul among themselves but to us they say he was a teacher of the “Noahide Laws” to the Gentiles. Why get rid of him when he could serve some useful purpose with a bit of modification? They’ll just turn Mary into a type of the “Shekinah” for our consumption, but among themselves the real Mary will remain hated.

    My concern is in the possibility of throwing the baby out with the bathwater in the course of prosecuting Judaism and its hostility to Christianity.

    It’s not possible to cause damage to Christianity in the course of prosecuting Judaism. Christianity and Judaism are mutually exclusive.

    I am glad to hear from two sources now that Mr. Hoffman is above reproach from a Catholic perspective.

    I think it’s about time that Catholics gave Michael Hoffman consideration in his areas of research.

    The other commenters can speak for themselves but I don’t hold anyone to be above criticism when it’s warranted.

  11. Anonymous Says:

    It’s not possible to cause damage to Christianity in the course of prosecuting Judaism. Christianity and Judaism are mutually exclusive.

    They are both religions that hold traditions to be important, so if you were to criticize “traditions” as opposed to “bad traditions” you would end up damaging Catholicism, which holds that Scripture and Sacred Tradition are equal. And traditional Catholics believe Catholicism is true Christianity. That was the gist of my concern… “joe shepherd” said that Hoffman criticizes the bad traditions of Judaism, not traditions in general. If that is true Hoffman’s criticisms of Judaism would be acceptable to a trad-Catholic, as his foundational argument would not represent a double-edged sword.

    – Anonymous

  12. Maurice Pinay Says:

    I’m not attacking tradition as malum in se and I don’t believe that Michael Hoffman is either.

  13. Anonymous Says:

    I’m not attacking tradition as malum in se and I don’t believe that Michael Hoffman is either.

    Okay.

    Thank you for your comments.

    – Anonymous

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