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Wednesday, October 22, 2008

Yahshua (aka 'Jesus') was not a 'jew'

http://thy-weapon-of-war.blogspot.com/2008/11/yahshua-aka-jesus-was-not-jew.html

First of all, the term "jew" is NOT interchangeable with the term "Israelite." Modern mistranslations of the Bible have incorrectly used the term "jew" when "Israelite" or "Judahite" (ie, an inhabitant of the geographical land of Judea, or a descendant of the tribe of Judah) should have been used. The term "jew" did not even come into existence until the 17th or 18th century A.D.

As discussed in a previous article, modern-day so-called "jews" are not the physical descendants of the ancient Israelites -- but rather descended from the Khazars, Edomites, and Canaanites. In fact, it was the ancestors of the "jews" -- the kindred of the Pharisees and Sauducees (whom were mongrelized Edomites and Canaanites) -- who primarily opposed Yahshua (aka 'Jesus') and ultimately had him killed.

Yahshua was not of the same racial stock as the people of the Pharisees, Sauducees, and their kindred who dominated the land of Judea at that time. He was a pure-blooded Israelite of the tribe of Judah, as were all of his disciples with the exception of Judas, the one who betrayed him.


Jesus was NOT a Jew!!! Christian Identity Truth
- by Bertrand Comparet



http://www.biblebelievers.org.au/jesusjew.htm

Many denominational Christians and even church leaders are under the mistaken belief that Jesus was a Jew. But nothing could be further from the truth.

Judea and Galilee were two separate states and political entities, as illustrated on the map of Palestine in the time of our Saviour in your Bible. Jesus Himself was not a Jew (Judean) or resident of Judea, He was a Galilean or resident of Galilee (Matthew 26:69; John 7:41), and a Judahite or descendent of the Tribe of Judah. The Judeans of prominence were not of the Tribe of Judah, but of Edomites. Pilate was being ironic when he wrote the sign "Jesus of Nazareth, King of the Judeans" for the Cross (John 19:19). That is, "the Galilean who was King of the Judeans," as in "Queen Victoria of England, Empress of India." Jesus grew up in Nazareth in Galilee. His disciples were fishermen from the Sea of Galilee. And although He visited Jerusalem, he spent most of His life in his home country of Galilee. John 7:1, "After this Jesus stayed in Galilee; for He could not walk in Judea, because the Jews sought to kill him." His followers were constrained "for fear of the Jews" (John 7:13, 19:38, 20:19).

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Christ demonstrated a very real antipathy towards the people called Jews, in Bibles published after about 1776, but who would be more accurately described as Judeans, or residents of the Edomite-dominated territory of Judea. Jesus said to the Jews "You do not believe because you are not of My sheep" (John 10:24-27). "I was only sent to the lost sheep of the House of Israel" (Matthew 15:24). In fact, Christ referred to "those Jews (or residents of Judea regardless of religion, race or color) who believed on him," as "of their father the devil" for although they were children of Abraham, they were not children of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob, and heirs of the blessing of Abraham, nor did they have the faith of Abraham, and were in all probability descendants of Abraham, Isaac and Esau (John 8: 31,44). In contrast, Jesus instructed His disciples - who were from Galilee of the Gentiles, not Judea (Acts 1:11; 2:7) - to pray to And in Revelation 2:9 and 3:9, Jesus speaks of "those who say they are Jews and are not, but are the synagogue of Satan".

The Jews shouted "Crucify Him!" (John 19:15); "His blood be on us and on our children" (Matthew 27:25). In an appropriate turn about, when Jesus returns, their blood will stain His own garments. The spiritual leaders of the Jews were the Pharisees, who not surprisingly were associated with the (Edomite) Herodians (Matthew 22:15-16; Mark 3:6; 12:13). Jesus repeatedly condemned the Pharisees as "hypocrites" (Matthew 15:7; 22:18; 23:13,15,23,25,27-27). He also called them "serpents, the offspring of vipers" (Matthew 3:7; 12:34; 23:33).

"Jesus spoke to the crowds only in parables" (Matthew 13:10-17). Why was this? Many nominal churches and Sunday schools teach that Jesus used parables to make His teachings clearer. But all four Gospels say the opposite. When Jesus was asked why He spoke to them in parables, He replied "Because it is given to you to know the mysteries of the kingdom of heaven, but to them it is not given" (Matthew 13:10-11; Mark 4:11-12; Luke 8:9-10; John 12:37-44).

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