Bereshit - The story of creation is superfluous to the religious because it contains no commandments. We also discuss the Zohar's erroneous claim that the sun does not illuminate on its own and mistaken calculations of the coming of the Messiah.
Noah - The Scriptural calendar is solar and not lunar.
Lech Lecha - Verses in the Torah were written at a later date.
Vayera - The Sages, on their own authority, corrected verses of the Scriptures.
Chaye Sarah - Sages interpret words in any way they imagine is best.
Toldot - Distortions which occurred in the text of the Torah "from Sinai".
Vayetze - G-d changes His laws in keeping with the times.
Vayishlach - Scriptural verses written after Sinai.
Vayeshev - Our rabbis do not rely upon words of Aggadah.
Miketz - Our Sages did not investigate history and chronology.
Vayigash - Testimony of inaccuracies in the words of the Scriptures and of the Sages.
Vayechi - Jacob's prophecies of the End of Days did not come true.
Shemot - Changes in the script and language of the Torah since Sinai.
Vaera - Divine revelation at Sinai was not a physical revelation.
Bo - The Sages created new laws and set them a tradition received from Moses at Sinai.
Beshalach - Measurements of length and breadth, written in the Torah, are re-evaluated in each generation by the Sages.
Yitro - The oral story of the Revelation at Sinai did not get passed down through the generations.
Mishpatim - Chazal treated the Scriptural text as their own; a comparison of Torah laws and the laws of Hammurabi.
Teruma - The sages of the generation determine what is holy and about the Holy Temple.
Tetzave - The sacrifices and the laws are determined anew in each and every generation.
Ki Tisa - There is no consistency and order in the method by which our sages learn.
Vayakhel - Actions forbidden on the Sabbath were determined by the Sages and are not even hinted at in the Torah.
Pekudey - The Scriptural text goes on at length about inanities and treats important topics summarily.
Vayikra - The Torah repeats stories and confuses our Sages.
Tzav - Sections of the Torah are written out of the order of occurrence.
Shemini - The Sages learned the identify of the pure and impure birds without actually seeing them.
Tazria - Our rabbis learn about the natural world from texts and not from the facts of life.
Metzora - A woman's obligation to immerse in water after menstruation is not mentioned in the Written Torah.
Acharei Mot - Ritual slaughter, not mentioned in the Written Torah, causes great anguish to animals.
Kedoshim - The Torah repeats its warnings and confuses those who interpret it.
Emor - Discrimination against women and the disabled amongst cohanim.