Rabbi Yehuda Levin: The Jewish Pat Robertson

A New York rabbi claims gay marriage and the earthquake that shook the East Coast are directly connected.  In a video uploaded to YouTube, Levin says gay rights legislation, like the gay marriage law passed in New York, are responsible for earthquakes, like the one that struck Washington, D.C. Tuesday.  “The Talmud states, ‘You have shaken your male member in a place where it doesn’t belong. I too, will shake the Earth,’” Levin says.

Ok I have to admit, that Talmud quote is a scream.  But surely if God were sending judgment for gay marriage in New York wouldn’t the earthquake strike New York?  Directly?  And more than simply knocking over a few lawn chairs?

I think the rabbi has a very poor idea of the power God possesses.  His god is too small!

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I am a Pastor, and Lecturer in Church History and Biblical Studies at Ming Hua Theological College.
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2 Responses to Rabbi Yehuda Levin: The Jewish Pat Robertson

  1. Helena Constantine says:

    Don’t say that! he’s very sensitive about his size.

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  2. Rev Tony Buglass says:

    “I think the rabbi has a very poor idea of the power God possesses. His god is too small!”

    And a bad shot, too. MIssed by miles…

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