Internet gamer wow. Thanks for providing this information Warrior. Look at his post from another forum. It is amazing he writes like an English teacher however on this forum he plays an illiterate jackass. Funny how he fooled Kallark. Lmao!Enjoyed not having you around ,but I'm not sure its you just yet. Say a word or two about your life in NM,or anything about your father.Or what you have done in the past for work as well as today.And why you were put off Topix?
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HE was born Jewish, throughout the New Testament HE observed all the Jewish sacraments, obeyed Jewish laws and was the MESSIAH, son of the Jewish GOD. HE studied as a child with the Jewish priests, protested the Pharisees distortion of Jewish law, refuted the defiling of the Jewish temple! The moment HE died, the vails of the temple split! Pilate refused to try him because he was a Jew and he did not want that on his hands! Jesus refused to say he was the "King of the Jews" not that he was Jewish. I do not have my Bible with me and I do not recall one specific chapter and verse but, all you have to do is read the New Testament, his whole life is in there![/QUOTE]
Jesus was a Judean not a Jew.When Jesus was in Judea it was not the homeland of the ancestors of those who today style themselves Jews. Their ancestors never set a foot in Judea. They existed at their homeland and were known as Khazars. In none of original Old or New Testament was Jesus described or referred to as a Jew. The term originated in the late eighteenth century as an abbreviation of the term Judean and refers to a resident of Judea without regard to race or religion, just as the term Texan signifies a person living in Texas. Got it !!!