1. Thats is only one scripture. 2.The word "Jew" was not in any bible until the 18 century. The bible that you used to quote the scripture must be a new edition of King James Version. Not even the old KJV that were first published in 1611 said the word "Jew".<quoted text>
I disagree due to the fact that the term Jew is in the Old Testament, sir.
At that time Rezin king of Syria recovered Elath to Syria, and drave the Jews from Elath: and the Syrians came to Elath, and dwelt there unto this day.
2 kings 16:6
Even this 1899 edition doesn't use the word "Jews"
"6 At that time Rasin king of Syria restored Aila to Syria, and drove the men of JUDA out of Aila: and the Edomites came into Aila, and dwelt there unto this day." - Douay Rheims 1899 American Edition