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Not Enough Pens- Nor Enough Paper (A Brief Look Into Jewish Persecution) Introduction

By Robert Wurtz II


      When many Jews see the Cross they do not savor warm feelings of forgiveness and love that characterizes the love of Jesus Christ and God the Father who sent Him to die for sins. Because of the severe atrocities that have been heaped upon the Jewish people over the last 1900 years; they view the Cross often times as a SWORD dipped in 1900 years of Jewish blood. This is a travesty. In this new section we will begin exploring some of many crimes that have been committed against the Jewish people in the name of Christianity. We will look at how the love that God intended to characterize the Church began to fade after the death of John the Revelator. We will look at the crusades, counsel rulings, synagogue burnings, forced conversions, and the writings of Martin Luther against the Jews and their relationship to Adolph Hitler. We will discuss issues such as forced baptism, the badge of shame, and the Spanish Inquisition. There were expulsions and ghettos that Jews were forced to. In fact, there are so many issues to cover and to begin to lay the groundwork for Jewish persecution that we will have to focus on the major ones. Many issues you have never heard about. I would encourage you to investigate these issues in your own study time to discover their truth and gain a grasp as to why many Jews exhibit a great coldness towards Christianity in general.

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