Crucifixion of the Jews: Book 2

New World Encyclopedia on “Rejection”


“Many of Jesus’ [supposed] parables, such as the ‘wedding feast’ (Matthew 22:1–14), present the Jewish people and leaders as failing and being rejected by God. There is a strong supersessionist [i.e. the replacement of one group by another] theology in parables like the ‘tenants in the vineyard’ (Matthew 21:33–46) where the Jews are [allegedly] replaced in God’s providence.

The Gospel of John particularly portrays ‘the Jews’ in general as rejecting Jesus, and even quotes Jesus as speaking of ‘the Jews’ as a group to which he does not seem to belong (John 18, 19) [even though Jesus himself is Jewish]. Finally anyone who did not follow Jesus was effectively sidelined [by the Gospels] as John’s Gospel said, ‘I am the way the truth and the life: no one comes to the Father but by me.’ (John 14:6)

[According to the intermittently vitriolic Gospel of John] Jesus goes even further in this [alleged] polemic against his [fabricated] opponents ‘the Jews’:

“You are of your father the devil [i.e. you, the Jews are children of the devil], and the lusts of your [devil] father ye will do. He [your father, the God of Israel, the devil] was a murderer from the beginning, and abode not in the truth, because then there is no truth in him [your Jewish heritage, your father, the God of Israel, the devil] (John 8:44) – King James Version, Canon Gospels, The New Testament”

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