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- Sep 28, 2018
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No, the people of Rome invaded and conquered Jewish holy lands before Christ was born in Bethlehem. Before that, the Egyptians forgot that a Jewish ancestor was given practical leadership by the Pharoah in the seven years of famine. Joseph was one of twelve brothers of their father, Jacob who was in later life called Israel. Many years after Joseph died the children of Israel were enslaved by Egyptian decree. They turned their fear and hatred of Israelis into slaves for years until Moses convinced Pharoah to let his people go. That was literally thousands of years ago.We'll have to disagree about everything you wrote. I'm sure you can't back it up so really it would be just you making claims. Christianity did invent anti-Semitism so it's interesting that you infer they were somehow guilty of something? Killing Christ? What did they do to get expelled from England?
Please reverse your opinion that Christians started bigotry against Jews wnel Christ and 100% of his followers were descendants of Israel, to the best of my knowledge. Christianity started (as predicted by Isiah the prophet) near year zero or ideally 2021 years heretofore. Egyptians were beating the snot out of Jews in their slave state, and they abhored them for not marrying outside of their nation even during times they could have used some freedom.
I think most people who post here know that and I'm trying to reflect my readings as best I can when I only know what I read sans being a theologian. I did teach church school classes within the parameters of the curriculums handed to me by education administrators in the church of my fathers, and I love the Good book and read a little at vespers at night. It helps me to keep a perspective when in discission.
Well, promises to keep. My regards.