ISRAEL: Zealot says that when the Sanhedrin is re-established, it will be a duty to kill all Christians

 Catholics are often faulted because Popes and Bishops ordered copies of the Talmud burned. This was done until the editions being distributed removed the very wicked ideas promoted in the original versions.  Throughout history some Talmudic Jews have converted to Islam, and when you read what is in the Talmud, you can understand why. Read all the way to #20, which is in essence very similar to the idea behind the Great Reset.

9 thoughts on “ISRAEL: Zealot says that when the Sanhedrin is re-established, it will be a duty to kill all Christians”

  1. Talmud are the man-made laws Jesus denounced in front of the Sanhedrin right?

    Talmud sounds like the Shariah law.

      1. JESUS DEMANDED THE DEATH PENALTY
        “Then some Pharisees and teachers of the law came to Jesus from Jerusalem and asked,
        “Why do your disciples break the tradition of the elders? They don’t wash their hands before they eat!”
        Jesus replied, “And why do you break the command of God for the sake of your tradition?
        For God said, ‘Honor your father and mother’ [Exodus 20:12; Deuteronomy. 5:16] and ‘Anyone who curses their father or mother is to be put to death.’[Exodus 21:17; Leviticus. 20:9]
        But you say that if anyone declares that what might have been used to help their father or mother is ‘devoted to God,’ they are not to ‘honor their father or mother’ with it. Thus you nullify the word of God for the sake of your tradition. You hypocrites! Isaiah was right when he prophesied about you:

        “‘These people honor me with their lips,
        but their hearts are far from me.

        They worship me in vain;
        their teachings are merely human rules.’[ Isaiah 29:13]”
        Matthew 15:1-9.
        The argument between Jesus and the Pharisees concerned the ORAL TRADITION, that became the Talmud, which were written down around 600 AD.

    1. The Torah is the first 5 books of the Old Testament, written by Moses.

      The Talmud is a collection of rabbinic teachings gathered first in mesopotamia in the 5-6th centuries and elaborated over the next 4-6 centuries to cover most topics so as to define what anti-Christian Jewishness is to be about and how it is to be lived in such a way as to keep Jews from ever becoming Christians.

      It does this by reinterpreting all of the Old Testament, rejecting some of the books, and attacking the biblical teaching on the role of the Messiah on key points so that anyone reading it would never think of Jesus Christ as being the Messiah.

      1. I am reading the chronicles of the first crusade, and I was rather horrified at the murder of jews at the hands of the peoples crusade. I was equally horrified at the mass suicide of a large proportion of those jews. Can we say that those were talmudic jews?

      2. I do not know what chronicles you are reading, but the Crusades had nothing to do with the popular movement, unauthorized by Church or state, lead by a charlatan from Lorraine. That group, which pretended to be a crusade, but never intended to go to the Holy Land, was a rabble of sorts. And because the Jews of the 11th century were already notorious for the practice of usury and had made a reputation for themselves as merciless extractors of the last penny of the poor, the leaders of that group easily gave into vendetta in many towns along the Rhine. This was not the first such movement and it was not the last. The Church did everything she could to stop that rabble. But Chronologically and organizationally they had nothing to do with the First Crusade which was organized under the ageis of the Pope and lead by His Legates. The leader of the rabble and his followers were excommunciated and others died of famine or exposure and dispersed in Austria or Hungary.

      3. Interesting that it sprang up at the same time, & in the same region, as did Islam… Makes me wonder who else Satan beat up in a cave…? That Islam claims Judaism is a corruptionof “God’s” Word, which the Talmud most assuredly appears to be, from these quotes (I confess I had never read it before), may very well be founded on the Talmud as their basis. However I agree there does seem to be more in common between theTalmud & the Quran, than between the Torah & prophes, & the Quran…

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