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So why are so many people convinced that Jesus or Paul created a new religion?Many who believe that Jesus had in mind a new religion cite his pronouncement in Matthew : "You are Peter, and on this rock I will build my Church." They jumped to the conclusion that "Church" in this statement means a Christian or Catholic Church, as we know it today--a building housing a new religion. The term "church" was derived from the Greek and merely meant assembly; some scholars say it was an error in translation and had nothing to do with a place of worship.Remember, all of his followers were Jews--and first-century Jews were fanatically dedicated to Judaism.Whichever way you cut it, Jesus' church was more likely the new synagogue, which would represent spiritual Judaism---a spiritual core that Jesus charged was corrupted by the Sanhedrin, the ruling body of Judaism.If Jesus conceived of a new church, why did he spend his life religiously celebrating the major Jewish holidays in the Temple in Jerusalem?And we must remember that throughout the years Jesus prayed, preached, and read from the Torah in a synagogue on the Sabbath: "Jesus did not mean to found a new religion.The First Chapter presents a historical analysis of Polish-Jewish relations from 1945-1989 and shortly after the fall of Communism.
Had he said he was no longer a Jew and had launched a new religion the Sanhedrin wouldn't have had jurisdiction over him.
In fact, the term "Christian" doesn't appear at all in the Gospels (Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John), which chronicle Jesus' spiritual mission; and only later, three times in the rest of the New Testament.
The first utterance of the word "Christian" occurred when Paul was preaching in Antioch more than a decade after the crucifixion.
The Third Chapter raises, among other subjects, the origins of the Day of Judaism in the Catholic Church in Poland, an analysis of its documents, content of the brochures disseminated for the Day of Judaism, the evaluation of the initiative by Catholics and Jews, and in conclusion the fruits that this Day brings to the Church.
Finally, the analysis of the Day of Judaism confirmed that the reforms of the Second Vatican Council have been applied in Poland.