The Relationship Between Judaism And Christianity: 70 AD To The Fourth Century

This past Sunday, I brought a teaching titled “The Relationship Between Judaism And Christianity: 70 AD To The Fourth Century” in Honolulu, Hawaii.

In this message, we explore what created the separation between Judaism and Christianity following the day of Pentecost as well as the growth of anti-Semitism from 70 AD to the mid-4th century. The anti-Semitism that continued to fuel the separation between Judaism and Christianity can be found in the writings of the Church fathers of these early centuries. As you follow the historical roots outlined in this study, let God speak to your heart.

According to His Word concerning Israel and the Jewish people, God will bless those who bless you and curse those who curse you (Genesis 12:3). As we repent for the leaven of anti-Semitism in our own hearts, we believe that our repentance can release the Church from the sin of anti-Semitism that is placing the Church in jeopardy of God’s judgment.

This teaching is part of a series, Our Revelation And Relationship With The State Of Israel, Judaism, And The Jewish People.