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Rabbi Tuvia Singer: “Why J.’ disciples launched the religion that emerged in Rome ?”

B”H
A great and professional response from Rabbi Tuvia Singer. Once again showing us how the church started to fake facts.
I read in two different Jewish history books that early Christians, then called AM – HA’ARETZ, were ignored by the Jewish population of Israel. The Jews saw them as “Jews” who didn’t keep Mitzvot and thus treated the early Christians, although Jewish, as outsiders.
When the Roman emperor Constantine converted to Christianity in 312 C.E., Jews in the Holy Land were persecuted. Those Jews refusing to convert to Christianity were killed by the newly Christians – the Romans. The result was that many Jews living in Israel fled to Babylon.

 

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One thought on “Rabbi Tuvia Singer: “Why J.’ disciples launched the religion that emerged in Rome ?”

  1. The Idol worshiper started in Israel not Rome, the Rabbi is wrong. It took 80 years before the Roman version came back to Jerusalem and stomped out the other christen sects. The great blasphemer Paul/Saul made him (YE-HOOS, Jesus ) a G-D and sold his bubbkist to the ignorant rabble that became the pagan faith we call christianity today. Thank G-D the religion is dyeing.

    I have to give credited that new Pope is trying to bring peace and servility to the world. Its not a Jewish message but it is better than the muslims constance hate!

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