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Does saying that Jesus Christ is a Jew hurt Jews and Jewish communities? This is the question that Nicholas Irish asks. Nicholas Irish's answer? Yes! Irish provides ample evidence from history, society, politics, religion, and sociology to show that saying that Jesus Christ is a Jew hurts Jews and Jewish communities. Irish argues that stating that Jesus Christ is a Jew will push historical processes such as the violent pogroms that Jews experienced in Russia and the Holocaust that Jews experienced in Europe. This audiobook is a must listen for Jews and non-Jews alike. It is insightful and very listenable. Even a person without any previous knowledge of Jewish history or Christianity can understand this audiobook after hearing it. This audiobook may well hold the key to Jewish survival for the 21st Century!

©2005 The Hermit Kingdom Press (P)2015 The Hermit Kingdom Press

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  • 06-26-16

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Repetitive, anti-Semitic. Of little actual content. Totally ignors the fact that Christianity is an bastard child of Judaism; and that Jesus was a Jew, born to a Jewish mother (father uncertain), grew-up in a Jewish home, and grew-up in a Jewish culture. The reason Saying Jesus Was A Jew is hated by christians is that they are delusional and, like all other Abrahamic Faiths, they are violently exclussionary to even other variants of their same religion.