C H U R C H R E F O R M S E R I E S
By Biblicism Institute
If Jews did not kill Jesus, then who did?
The Judahite Hebrews or Judeans did. There’s a difference. A distinction that even Pope Benedict XVI agreed with.
1. We posit that Jesus was from the Tribe of Judah. He was a Judahite Hebrew, not a Jew. See Jesus was not a Jew. The confusion came about because the Hebrew/Greek word Judahite in the bible has been wrongly translated and replaced with the English expression Jew.
2. We also posit that all Hebrews are long gone and irrevocably dead. Still, there are 4 groups today that are pretending to be Hebrews but are not: Jews, some Blacks, some Europeans, and some Asians. See The Hebrew Disease.
3. And finally we posit that today those who are known as Jews are converts to the religion of the Pharisees of Judah, and thus are neither Judahites nor Hebrews nor Semites nor Israelites. See Are Jews the Israelites of the Bible? In other words, they’re not the chosen Hebrews of the Bible with whom God had the Old Covenant.
Therefore, Judahites and their brethren killed Jesus, and these Hebrews no longer exist as a people.
“…the Judahites, who both killed the Lord Jesus and the prophets, and drove us out. They are not pleasing to God, but hostile to all men…” 1 Thessalonians 2: 14,15
Hence, all paranoid Jews, who see anti-Jewish conspiracy everywhere and are constantly accusing us Christians of supposedly accusing them of killing Christ, should chill now. You’re off the hook. You did not kill our Lord.
“See what kind of love the Father has given to us, that we should be called children of God; and so we are.” 1 John 3:1
Consequently, a relationship with Jesus is the crux of the matter, as it is the only way to become part of God’s family – join God’s family here – especially since there will be consequences for rejecting Him. Nothing else will do.
“But to all who did receive him, who believed in his name, he gave the right to become children of God.” John 1:12
That’s really what all these pretend Hebrews should focus on.
“For both the One who sanctifies and those who are sanctified are of the same family. That is why Jesus is not ashamed to call them brothers.” Hebrews 2:11