The earliest form of Yeshua-spiritual entity began with belief he had resurrected. What would eventually become of the ministry of Saul (Paulus/St Paul) was actually triggered by Yacob (Jacob), one of Yeshua’s brothers, years after the crucifixion.
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Italy’s debt crisis escalates. Its unsustainable borrowing rates have sent the global market in a spin-out. France, the solid one, is now strained to the limit. The writing is on the wall. After 2012 years of viral marketing against the…
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Politically speaking, Yeshua was a separatist, not very different from the Orthodox Jews who, today, live in the Mea Sharim ghetto, a suburb of Jerusalem.
Religious mythology aside, a worthwhile question to pose is If Jesus was the credibly kind, compassionate man enhanced by divine energy, why did he attract so many enemies? Why was he made to die a violent death and why was he abandoned by all except a couple of women weeping within sight of his cross?