How does American Christianity and European Christianity differ In relation to judaism?
The way that I understand Christianity in relation Judaism..
Is that I can't blame an ancient civilization who never experienced christianity..
Who was lead by an absolute monarchy, where the people had absolutely no rights..
Where learning to read and write was the domain of royalty..
Who were not yet monotheistic, but still paganistic and tribalstic in their religious beliefs..
For being fearful of a man who proclaimed to be the son of God..
The king of the Jews..
And preached a code of unity to the poor.
They thought, that he was a heretic which back then was illegal..
And impersonating their royalty..
Giving himself a title that didnt exist, the king of the Jews..
And orchestrating what would have back then be treason..
And that he was passing himself off as the son of a person with a human god title..
There were gods back then..
And Jesus had many opportunities to save himself through arguing his case...
He never stood up because that wasn't his job.
And it wasn't the jews but the Romans who carried the abuse, torture and execution..
And even if it were..
They had the right to do that because their world was different..
- BMCRLv 72 months ago
Your question makes little sense.
Judaism and Christianity are fundamentally different.
Different denominations of Christianity are not fundamentally different.
Thus, if you were to compare different denominations of Christianity it wouldn't make sense to compare them to Judaism.
- A Yahoo UserLv 72 months ago
In almost all of the same ways
that all other forms of Christianity differ from Judaism.
- 2 months ago
When we speak of true Christianity, whether from America, Europe, or the North Pole, it is in harmony with the word of God, and shares the same sound Christian doctrine, on the word of Jesus Christ, the Lord, and his word is on the Holy Bible.
If the Jew is not a Christian, he is out of doctrine, and has nothing to do with the word of God, because he does not do his will, even though he is a religious, his religion will not save him from the judgment of God!
- Anonymous2 months ago
Annie, looking AT something is not the answer. You have taken the stance of an anthropologist looking back at history instead of listening to those who were there and wrote it down (the historians).
I’m not saying looking at something is not relevant, but you’re going to have to motivate yourself to read about history from historians to get the wisdom you seek.
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- Anonymous2 months ago
Only the Catholic Church has the fullness of truth. A person can know this with certainty, and can battle the false teachings and beliefs of Orthodox Christians, Protestant Christians and Jews, by reciting the rosary every day with care and sincerity.