In a previous post, we discussed how the element of Mercy or Forgiveness is the essential element of Christianity This concept is why I support Replacement Theology and the Palestinians.
When Christianity came, according to Christian theory, Judaism was overthrown as the basic religion of the people, and Christianity took its place.
That’s why the Old Testament – the overthrown religion – is Judaism, or Jews acting like Jews, and the New Testament, the new initially Reform Jewish religion that overthrew Judaism, is Christianity or Christians acting like Christians.
Look how different people act between the Old and New Testaments. Look how polar opposite the ideology is. That’s the difference between Christianity and Judaism.
With the overthrow, the Jews no longer got Israel. Instead, the Church became the new Israel and Israel was granted to the Christians.
Furthermore, the concept of Mercy was born, a concept completely absent in the Old Testament, which can be summed up as “an eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth.”
I think even Islam allows forgiveness. People who don’t believe in forgiveness are almost evil. Or women spurned ha ha.
Jews, of course, say everything is anti-Semitic, so it follows that of course they say Replacement Theology is anti-Semitic. The thing is, Replacement Theory is Christianity in a nutshell. In that case, Christianity at its core is anti-Semitic according to its basic nature. I agree and have no problems with that notion. But I don’t think we Christians should use that to hate Jews. It’s a dumb reason to hate them.