Jesus was a Jew. The word "Jew" (in Hebrew, "Yehudi") is derived from the name Judah, which was the name of one of Jacob's twelve sons. Judah was the ancestor of one of the tribes of Israel, which was named after him. Likewise, the word Judaism literally means "Judah-ism," that is, the religion of the Yehudim. Other sources, however, say that the word "Yehudim" means "People of G-d," because the first three letters of "Yehudah" are the same as the first three letters of G-d's four-letter name.<quoted text>
Peace and Happiness to you Liverpool and to all your love ones/....
Both uzi, and sheilaaa, have one thing in common, they hate Jesus Christ. and blaspheme God's High Priest of Melchezedek by calling Jesus a Cult believer and a zion talmudic jew war crime heathen that are God's chosen people.
The word "jew" represents a religion, not a race of people from Ancient time,,
And according to the highest court of this land in USA and also in the Grand..Courts of Middle east, jews have no Bibical claims to land as converts occultist to Judiasm.
So,...it's simple logic for education people that tells us that Jesus Christ did not belong to the oral religion Pharisiasm that worship satan and that Talmud teaches the converts today.
Jews did not exist in the English language until 1775, and prior to that they were know as Ashkenazi, Khazanites, Edomites, etc,....,and Pharisic Pharisees was the precuror to jews written talmud and modern jew's occultist genesis...
Originally, the term Yehudi referred specifically to members of the tribe of Judah, as distinguished from the other tribes of Israel. However, after the death of King Solomon, the nation of Israel was split into two kingdoms: the kingdom of Judah and the kingdom of Israel (I Kings 12; II Chronicles 10). After that time, the word Yehudi could properly be used to describe anyone from the kingdom of Judah, which included the tribes of Judah, Benjamin and Levi, as well as scattered settlements from other tribes. The most obvious biblical example of this usage is in Esther 2:5, where Mordecai is referred to as both a Yehudi and a member of the tribe of Benjamin.
In the 6th century B.C.E., the kingdom of Israel was conquered by Assyria and the ten tribes were exiled from the land (II Kings 17), leaving only the tribes in the kingdom of Judah remaining to carry on Abraham's heritage. These people of the kingdom of Judah were generally known to themselves and to other nations as Yehudim (Jews), and that name continues to be used today.
Jesus was descended from the tribe of Judah