Could Jesus have hated anyone when he spoke words of forgiveness and non-resistance to wickedness? Did he not say, “Love your enemies” (Matthew 5:44, Luke 6:27), “Do not resist him that is wicked; but whoever slaps you on your right cheek, turn to him the other also” (Matthew 5:39) and, alternately, “To him that strikes [Read More]
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How can the Gospel of John be called anti-Semitic when Jesus and his disciples were all Jews?
How does the Book of Revelation promote hatred of Jews?
Is it true that the New Testament criticism of the Jews is quite mild?
According to the New Testament, should all of Christianity be condemned because some that profess to be Christians have perpetrated horrific crimes in the name of Jesus?
Were the New Testament authors contriving anti-Jewish episodes or simply stating historical fact? Did they distort even factual events so as to blame the Jews?
Whom does the author of the Book of Matthew blame for the death of John Baptist?
Why is it said that Luke 19:11-27 calls upon Jesus’ followers to murder Jews who do not accept him? After all, it’s only a parable.