It’s bad enough that Judaism is a false religion, a religion that denies Christ. John says in 1 John 2:22 that this is the antichrist. But what about an orthodox Jewish Rabbi who tells Christians that they shouldn’t just be worshiping one Jew—Jesus. But that they should be worshiping all Jews.
Rabbi Chaim Richman is an Orthodox Jewish rabbi known for his involvement in the Temple movement, which seeks to rebuild the Third Jewish Temple on the Temple Mount in Jerusalem. He is associated with The Temple Institute, an organization in Jerusalem focused on preparing for the rebuilding of the Holy Temple. Rabbi Richman has been a significant figure in raising awareness about the importance of the Temple to Judaism and has made numerous contributions to educational resources aimed at furthering this cause.
In a recent clip, Rabbi Chaim Richman made an outrageous statement directed at Christians. He asserted, “You guys are worshiping one Jew. That’s a mistake. You should be worshiping every single one of us, because we all die for your sins every single day.” The statement is not just erroneous; it’s a blasphemous affront to the central tenets of both Christianity and Judaism. Can anyone say blasphemy?