Why do racist bigots still condemn Jews for killing Jesus?
Did not Jesus die for the sins of humanity, that including those who sentenced and crucified him?
Did he not say to God to forgive them?
I am asking to know the point of view of Christians and the hypocrisy of anti-semetics who continue to point out that the Jews were responsible for killing Jesus yet they worship him.
- DS MLv 611 months agoFavorite Answer
So you can be an Islamic Jew...an atheist Jew...and you are Jewish if your mother is Jewish. So...other than being racist bigots, how does a Messianic Jew stop being Jewish when "a Jew has nothing to do with what you believe or what you do...a person born to a Jewish mother who is an atheist and never practices the Jewish religion is still a Jew, even in the eyes of the ultra-Orthodox."
Jesus is the Jewish Messiah and the Jews condemned Jesus of blasphemy at night when they were supposed to be making these decisions.
"By the end of the Second Temple period the high priest was considered no more than a religious functionary of the Roman administration, and thus even the garments of the high priest were entrusted at times to the hands of the local Roman procurator and handed over to the priests just prior to the various festivals. It is understandable, therefore, that with the zealots' seizure of Jerusalem one of their first acts was the appointment of a new high priest, as if thereby to display the establishment of a new Jewish government in Jerusalem (Jos., Wars 4:147ff.)."
You do know that Yochanan ben Zakkai faked his death so he could escape from the Jews and collude with the Romans....meaning that Zakkai was the hated Jew. Had Rome not made him their leader, the real Jews would have stoned him to death...which would have been fitting since no Jew has officially be allowed to hear an answer to their prayers from G-d least G-d be able to raise up a prophet and the people hear the words of G-d...not the opinions of Rabbis.
Choose life so your name will be written in the book of life by the hand of G-d
- ArcherLv 711 months ago
Apparently they find significance in only one of the many demigods created by man.
- DougLv 711 months ago
So, Jesus was put to death by "unknown assailants"?Source(s): www.askmeaboutgod.org
- BMCRLv 711 months ago
"Why do racist bigots still condemn Jews for killing Jesus? "
Because antisemites are antisemitic.
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- HogieLv 711 months ago
Those who hate; those who are evil, will often lash out at another group in order to make themselves appear upright and righteous. They cannot see or comprehend their own hypocrisy. This behavior is just part of that psyche -- that ego.
- 11 months ago
I read that it was the Roman's who put Jesus on their cross to die. It was the Roman guards who made fun of Jesus and tortured him on the cross.
- 11 months ago
The fact is that the Jew's did put Jesus to death, this can't be changed. Just because the Bible said this would happen doesn't mean that no one is allowed to state that fact.
- 11 months ago
"Jesus also taught that blasphemy against the Holy Spirit would not be pardoned, which sin has traditionally been viewed as an obstinate refusal to acknowledge and accept the compelling evidence of the Holy Spirit at work. From among those who participated in the crucifixion in some manner, it is likely that there were those who sinned against the Son of Man and others who sinned against the Holy Spirit. The confession of the centurion at the Cross who professed, “Truly this was the Son of God” would seem to represent one who sinned against the Son of Man and repented. However, those who had obstinately refused all the signs of our Lord from the very start and continued to persecute His followers in the life of the Church, are more likely to have been guilty of the sin against the Holy Spirit. Many of the Pharisees, Scribes, Sadducees, Chief Priests and High Priest are likely candidates for this terrible sin and it was in the face of their earlier opposition, some said that Jesus acted by the power of a demon, that our Lord revealed the unpardonable sin. As for the common Jews and Roman soldiers, many of them may have come to senses by the power of grace and obtained pardon from the very One they had crucified."
- GraceLv 511 months ago