A short history of how Christians came to hate Jews
The seeds of antisemitism were sown into the Church during the five years when the emperor kicked the Jews out of Rome (and they took the Torah scrolls with them). With the Messianic Jews gone, the Gentile church there was left without a Bible.
In his letter to the Romans, we see where the Apostle Paul tried to warn them not to turn against their Jewish brothers and sisters. He could see there was trouble on the horizon.
Did they listen? Apparently not.
In today’s episode of “The Jewish Aversion to Jesus…Why?” we walk through the early history of the Church, its leaders and the rising and often shockingly (and sadly) rabid hatred of the Jewish people. Rhetoric that would eventually lead to atrocities.
Praise God the tide has turned and many believers—like you!—love Israel and the Jewish people today. Please continue to pray for her salvation. If you’ve looked at the headlines at all, you know our country is in turmoil right now. We need peace—the Prince of Peace, Yeshua!
Until all Israel is saved (Romans 11:26),