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When the Orthodox to say they're studying Torah it's not the first 5 books of Moses, but the Rabbinic commentary on the Torah. Dr. Broshi goes deeper into the liturgical revolution of Rabbinic Judaism. Did the Torah start on the wrong chapter and verse?! Does Oral Torah fit in the story thread and flow of the bible? Dive into the differences between the Rabbinic covenant and the New Covenant of Yeshua in liturgy.
Here's a few more links to some of the references mentioned in the podcast.
b. Talmud, Menhot 29b (Moses is sent to Akiva's Yeshiva and does not understand a word of the Oral Law, he him self passed on to the Rabbis)
Rashi commentary on Gen. 1:1, saying the Torah should have started instead with Exodus 12:2 (Rashi just quoted another Rabbi from the Talmud). this proves that the Rabbis saw the Torah as a legal book and not as a narrative.
Rabbinic Judaism Debunked: Debunking the myth of Rabbinic Oral Law