Well, I gave it a chance. And it still has such sweeping generalizations that it can lead to far more dangerous doctrines and philosophies. Look, you can\'t just make the statement of how \"the Jews\" rejected Jesus. It\'s not true, and it corrupts the message, and turns those of the house of G-d against one another. Virtually EVERY character in the Gospels, was in fact, Jewish. The only notable exceptions are Pilate and his wife. Even Herod was a Jew. The hundreds or thousands following Him around? Jews. The 12 studying under Him? Jews. >7 But we speak the wisdom of God in a mystery, even the hidden wisdom, which God ordained before the world unto our glory: 8 Which none of the princes of this world knew: for had they known it, they would not have crucified the Lord of glory. Here\'s the problem with putting the words of men on the same level as the Word of the Living God. That\'s a nice theory except that it wasn\'t \"the princes of this world\" who convicted Him. It was a mob screaming to keep Him and release Barrabas. Yes, they were Jews, too, and so were the voicecs screaming FOR His release, and all those who mourned Him. It\'s a story of a Jewish king in a Jewish land. The story is full of Jews on both sides. This carries no weight until you cut the generalizations out of it. No offense.

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