On the Question of Whether Jesus was a “Jew”–pt. 2

Fig Trees and Vineyards

boatfishBy Richard Edmondson

Below is the second part of Benjamin Freedman’s October 10, 1954 letter to his fellow Jewish convert to Christianity David Goldstein. In it, Freedman continues making his case for why Jesus should not be regarded as a “Jew” and should not, above all else, be referred to as such by modern clergy or other Christian leaders. If you haven’t yet read the first part, I strongly encourage you to check it out here.

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