S3 EP6 | How Judaism and Christianity Parted Ways

Episode 6 October 25, 2022 00:36:18
S3 EP6 | How Judaism and Christianity Parted Ways
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S3 EP6 | How Judaism and Christianity Parted Ways
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Show Notes

If the first followers of Jesus were almost entirely Jewish, how did there grow to be such a huge divide between Judaism and Christianity? In this episode of A Jew and A Gentile Discuss, Carly and Ezra dive into a bit of history to talk about just how and when these two faiths — both believing in the God of the Hebrew Scriptures — parted ways.

 

Ezra and Carly discuss:

 

Along the Way

Along the way, you’ll also learn some key factors in the story of how Judaism and Christianity parted ways, such as:

 

Words You Might Learn in This Episode

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