“There is nothing so powerful as truth, and often nothing so strange.” —Daniel Webster

Christians have a powerful solution available to us to stop the Nazis from brainwashing our fellow Christians with the Nazi message of hate. This solution is not available to everybody, but only to persons of faiths that hold the New Testament to be the word of God. We can cite the New Testament confidently, preferably before our fellow Christians receive the Nazi message of hate. This solution won’t shield everybody from the Nazi message of hate, but it will shield our fellow Christians. We all need to do our part to hinder the Nazis in their recruitment efforts.

We can counter the Nazi message of hate with the truth:

Jesus of Nazareth is Jewish. To hate Jews is to hate Jesus of Nazareth.

To ask if Jesus of Nazareth is Jewish is as stupid as asking if the pope is Catholic. Jesus of Nazareth was circumcised on the eighth day (Luke 2:21). Peter called Jesus of Nazareth “Rabbi,” (Mark 9:5), as did Nicodemus the Pharisee (John 3:2). Jesus of Nazareth acknowledges being King of the Jews (Mark 15:2). He also read Isaiah 61:1 in the synagogue in Nazareth (Luke 4:16-19). Be careful what you say about Jews because on Judgment Day you will have to ask a Jew to let you into Heaven (John 14:6).

Don’t you mean Jesus of Nazareth was Jewish?

While it is customary to speak of deceased persons in the past tense, Jesus of Nazareth is no longer deceased. He left the tomb, body and all, leaving the wrappers behind (John 20:1-7). He appeared to apostles in flesh, not a ghost, and then ate fish (Luke 24:39-43). He went to Heaven, body and all (Luke 24:51).


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