Who Killed Jesus?

Introduction for our Christian visitors

The results of the Anti-Defamation League's 1992 National and International Religion Report indicates that 20% of Catholics, 19% of Protestants and 22% of Christian Fundamentalists display strongly anti-Semitic views. Furthermore, the statistical representation of these attitudes mirrors the general population.

Historically, there has been an element of those who call themselves Christians, who blame the death of Jesus on the Jewish people. This teaching of Jewish responsibility for the death of Jesus is anti-Semitic. The great tragedy of anti-Semitism in the Church is that Christianity is Jewish (John 4:22 "You Samaritans worship what you do not know; we worship what we do know, for salvation is from the Jews." ) and, of course, Jesus is Jewish.

In this presentation, Hear Now! will demonstrate that not only are such teachings anti-Semitic, they border on heresy.

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