Halachic Times - With the development of astronomy, the Halachic determination of times has become ridiculous and erroneous.
The Body of G-d - The Sages of the Talmud thought that G-d has a body and human qualities.
One Who Was Reading in the Torah - The Sages' interpretations of the Mishnah are puzzling and odd.
What the Dead Feel and What They Say - Chazal's faith in talking souls and the Scriptural permission to embalm a body and cremate it.
Poetical Rhetoric - The Sages' rhetorical and odd interpretation of the Scriptures.
The Torah Spoke in a Human Manner - Chazal's view of the Scriptures is ambivalent. Sometimes it speaks in a human manner, sometimes in cryptic ways, sometime precisely, all based on the Sages' whim.
The Sages' Knowledge on Matters of Dreams - Chazal made up interpretations of dreams, with no logic or clarity: sometimes a dream has meaning and sometimes is nonsense; sometimes dreams are from G-d and sometimes from the devil.
Talmudic Interpretations of the Mishnah -- Puzzling, Odd, and Strange - Interpreters of the Mishnah turned the Mishnah into an absurd laughingstock.
The Prophet Ezekiel Contradicts the Words of the Torah - How the traditional rabbis handled the contradictions in Ezekiel.
We do not live according to the Mishnah - The Talmudic Sages, as interpreters of the Mishnah, distorted and warped the meaning of the Mishnah, just as they did to the Scriptures.
The Amoraim treat the Mishnah as their own - The Sages of the Talmud add, subtract, and remove words from the Mishnah in order to reach their pre-determined conclusions.
What is an etrog, what is a hadas? - The etrog used in our days is not the 'fruit of a goodly tree' mentioned in the Torah. The hadas used in our days is not the Biblical 'twigs of a plaited tree'.
Each generation and its own Holy Writ - The Holy Writ was finalized in the first centuries CE according to arbitrary decisions by the Sages.