Study on the Parable of the Fig Tree.
- See also The Sheep and the Goats, by Bertrand L. Comparet
The bad figs that came back from Babylon, even though they were of the tribe of Judah, are the ones who had been taken over by the religion of the Babylonian Talmud. Those were the ones that the Scythians didn’t take with them into Europe; they left them behind; they were corrupted; they came back to Palestine bringing the Talmud, a thing unknown before the Babylonian captivity. The late rabbi Stephen S. Wise, former chief rabbi of the United States, famously stated… “The return from Babylon and the introduction of the Babylonian Talmud marks the end of Hebrewism and the beginning of Judaism.”