Most Christians visiting r/Judaism for the first time

"but I think it’s fine that others see him the way they do"

Jesus taught that the only way to "heaven" is to abandon your life, culture, and religion as a Jew and follow him directly and that any values the Jews have are now no longer valid. This is his core message - essentially mandating the replacement of Jewish culture and values with his own.

Islam holds the same view - the claim to hold the 'corrections' and remove the 'corruptions of the Torah' for the Jews.

Antisemitic views are central to these religions, without them these religions don't exist, as there would be no reason to make 'corrections' if 'the Jews didn't get it wrong' which would invalidate both Christianity and Islam.

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