For the past 2,000 years, the church loudly declared that the unique role of the Jews as guardians of the sacred scriptures and witnesses to the divine oracles of God has ended. As if with one voice, the Church Fathers and Reformers insisted that the commandments prescribed in the Torah became obsolete, and the Jewish people are lost, wallowing in spiritual blindness because they rejected the Cross. Is this a legitimate claim? The Bible declares that the role of the Chosen People is eternal and we are mandated to be "witnesses" for all time. What did we witness? How can we bear testimony? In this extraordinary presentation, Rabbi Singer answers these questions as he takes his audience on an unusual study exploring the unique covenantal role of the Jewish people throughout history.