More About the Jewish Messianic

A typical Talmud coverup passage reads:

"A Min [Christian] said to Rabbi Abbahu, 'When will the Messiah come?' he replied, 'When darkness covers those people' — Alluding to the questioner and his companions — 'You curse me,' he exclaimed."

Concerning the "darkness":

The cock said to the bat. I look forward to the light, because I have sight; but of what use is the light to thee?

And all this is explained:

Thus Israel should hope for redemption, because it will be a day of light to them, but why should the Gentiles, seeing that for them it will be a day of darkness? (Exhibit 101)

The Talmud outlines the place to be given the non-Pharisees (called "Canaanites") in this "Messianic" world of the future. Those Jews buried in Israel will be "resurrected" and the non-Pharisees will have their place as "as the people that are like an ass — slaves who are considered property of the master." A Biblical verse about Abraham going up to pray and telling his young men to "Abide ye here with the ass," and he would return to them (Gen. 22:5) is dragged in for the purpose of saying that the correct interpretation of this verse is that non-Jews are "people that are like an ass — slaves who are considered the property of the master." (See Exhibit 48)

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