Crucifixion of the Jews: Book 2

The ‘Jewish Problem’


To the Greek Paulines, there were pluses and minuses to having (the Jewish) Jesus as the centerpiece of the essentially new
religion that was being crafted, fine-tuned and morphed for the Gentiles.

The plus side of the ledger included –

  •   The Jesus core story itself – a story of sincere courage and martyrdom.
  •   Jesus was heir to Sinai and to the entire epic Jewish saga, including the reigns of Moses, Joshua, David, Solomon and the Maccabee.
  •   The Torah – the Jewish Bible – was a uniquely extraordinary document. Accepted as divine by major segments of the First Century world, the Torah had resonance, authenticity and gravitas.

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