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The Illuminati script: The destruction of the catholic church.
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[quote:3177345 871456:MV85NzEyOTNfMTUxNzU4ODlfRDAzRkQ5MTk=] [quote:Anonymous Coward 849249] "If to be a so- called or self-styled "Jew" then or now the practice of "Judaism" was a requirement, then Jesus certainly was not a so-called "Jew". Jesus abhorred and denounced the form of religious worship practiced in Judea in His lifetime and which is known and practiced today under its new name "Judaism". That religious belief was then known as "Pharisaism". The Christian clergy learned that in their theological seminary days but they have never made any attempt to make that clear to Christians." Yeah, keep posting this garbage and maybe you'll convince yourself it's the truth. Yeshuah followed Torah from His birth to His death, as did the apostles and other followers (including many Gentiles). The Pharisees were following Talmud (Man's interpretion of Torah) and abandoning the truth and spirit of Torah itself. [/quote] And right now, today, Jews are following the Pharisaic religion and ignoring the Torah. This is how the Zionists became so powerful. And I am sure this is what the OP meant by "Jews". [/quote]
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