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The Romans had given the Sanhedrin the authority to rule only over Jews.Even if the Sanhedrin had rejected Jesus' denial of being Jewish, it would have set off a ferocious legal debate among the Jewish rabbis and scholars--a type of debate for which Jews were famous. Still, there are "experts" who insist that Jesus rejected Judaism and launched a new religion.But the word "Jew" appears 202 times in the New Testament, with 82 of those mentions in the Gospels.The evidence in the New Testament persuasively suggests that both Jesus and Paul viewed their teachings as Jewish revisionism---not a rejection of Judaism or the proposal for a new religion.In fact, the term "Christian" doesn't appear at all in the Gospels (Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John), which chronicle Jesus' spiritual mission; and only later, three times in the rest of the New Testament.The first utterance of the word "Christian" occurred when Paul was preaching in Antioch more than a decade after the crucifixion.Jesus had spiritually realized the germinal aspiration of his people, which was to raise the God of Israel..." Further evidence that Jesus did not envision a new religion was that he didn't claim one at his trial.
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The First Chapter presents a historical analysis of Polish-Jewish relations from 1945-1989 and shortly after the fall of Communism.
The description includes in particular the postwar difficulties in the coexistence of Poles and Jews, State-citizen relations, the brutal repressions of Jews and Poles by the Communist regime, and the problem of antisemitism.
If this is true, as it seems to be according to the Gospels and Acts of the Apostles (book 5 of the New Testament), then we must ask: Who launched Christianity?
While the question presumes that someone had to fill that role, the answer may be that no one officially founded Christianity. "It just happened" doesn't mean it mysteriously materialized out of nowhere.