Christ Jesus as a Member of Judaism
Christianity was created as a denomination of Judaism as Christ Jesus was a Jewish man.
But what actually and critically separated Christianity from Judaism as time went by? Anyway, it was after the Jewish-Roman War when the two movements were decisively separated. It is also thought that the Gospel according to John was created after the War while the Gospels according to Mark, Matthew, and Luke were before the War.
It is said that Judaism first started to separate Christianity or early Christianity, while some early Christians requested Judaists to include the books that later constituted the New Testament into the holy books of Judaism. Even before Christians in the Roman Empire established the ideology that Christ Jesus was God and God was in three or the trinity, Judaists were alarmed at too much emphasis on Christ Jesus by early Christians to the degree where Christ Jesus was regarded as a kind of God. And, some early Christians wanted Judaism to take in their faith in God and the Son of God, namely Christ Jesus.
Judaists or non-Christian Jewish people did not totally object to the teaching by Christ Jesus, since Christ Jesus had often cited words and sentences of the Old Testament or the holy books of Judaism. However, some of them thought that Christ Jesus had preached sometimes something that was not in their holy books.
Can Jewish people today deny that Christ Jesus was a Jewish man if Christ Jesus had claimed that He was a Jewish man? At least, Christ Jesus having lived before the Jewish-Roman War must be admitted as a member of Judaism.
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Joh 12:13 Took branches of palm trees, and went forth to meet him, and cried, Hosanna: Blessed is the King of Israel that cometh in the name of the Lord.