Kings David and Soloman owned about 2/3rds of the Promised Land; it eventually fell to zero. In 1948, the Jews got 10% or 15% of the Promised Land back. During the last 70+ years, wars followed wars, yet Israel survived.
In November 2023, all Hell was rained down upon Israel. Right now, the survival of Israel is on the line. The devil is fighting like Hell to help take the Jews out. This is the devil’s version of the final solution. A few decades back, Hitler got rid of six million Jews for the devil. Currently, the devil and Hamas want to eliminate the Israeli Jews. Globally, there are about sixteen million Jews living today. In 2023, there are 7,181,000 people in Israel. The Jews comprise 73% percent of the total population of Israel. The Israel Arab population in East Jerusalem and the Golan Heights is 4,887,000 Arabs. That leaves 5,190,300 Jews to migrate or be killed on the spot. The devil wants to finish what Hitler had started. That is what is happening here, Mr. Jones.
The religious affiliation of the Israeli population as of 2022 was 73.6% Jewish, 18.1% Muslim, 1.9% Christian, and 1.6% Druze. The remaining 4.8% are of faiths, such as Samaritanism and Baháʼí, and religiously unclassified.
God never offered a two-state solution. Will God settle this time around? If so, what is His asking price this time?
Hamas says from the river to the sea. God said to Abraham, “Unto thy seed have I given this land, from the river of Egypt unto the great river, the river Euphrates:” Genesis 15:18. The first time, the Israelites moved the Cannanites out one way or another. (No reporters were around back in the day). This time, the battles are recorded and televised in real-time worldwide.
Jesus was a Jew. He was born to a Jewish mother in Galilee, a Jewish part of the world. All of his friends, associates, colleagues, disciples, all of them were Jews. He regularly worshipped in Jewish communal synagogues.
Judaism and Christianity share many common beliefs: (1) there is one God, (2) mighty and (3) good, (4) the Creator, (5) who reveals His Word to man, and (6) answers prayers. The Jewish God stands alone. For Christianity, God is one in His nature, but three persons constitute the Holy Trinity: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. Belief in the Trinity is held to be incompatible with Judaism, as are some other tenets of Christianity. In the first century, there was a preoccupation with determining who was Christian and who was not. Next, the insistence by the Christians to formulate the Church as a distinct entity from Judaism was a move heretical to Jews. Mostly, the split came about because egos got in the way on both sides. The Jewish religion was pluralistic in the first and second centuries with the Sadducees, Pharisees, Essenes, and Zealots. Even Jesus had little use for the learned pontifications of the Sadducees and Pharisees. Their egos were off the charts.
Moses is considered the most important prophet in Judaism. He is also an important prophet in Christianity, Islam, the Druze faith, the Baháʼí Faith, and other Abrahamic religions.
The split of Christianity and Judaism took place during the first century AD. A contributing event was the destruction of the second Temple in 70 AD. The two groups had differing theological interpretations of the Temple’s destruction. Rabbinic Judaism saw the destruction as a chastisement for neglecting the Torah. The Christians saw it as God’s repudiation of the Jewish religion.
The separation between Judaism and Christianity was gradual and happened at different rates in different places.
Christian–Jewish dialogue today has opened up to revision and reconciliation of traditional attitudes.
By the end of the first century, Christianity had already spread to Rome, Armenia, Greece, and Syria. This was foundational to the spread of Christianity, eventually throughout the world.
Initially, Christianity was a small, unorganized sect that promised personal salvation after death. Jesus laid down the foundation of Christianity. Paul and the Apostles followed this. Paul was instrumental in bringing the Gentiles into the fold.