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The term “Judeo-Christian” has a history before 1930, but mainly in specialist academic circles—Nietzsche uses it, for example.

So the way it was used after 1930, as a mass propaganda idea, is not the same as the specialist use of the term before 1930.

The term “Judeo-Christian” is a means to mass propagandise Christians into the belief that they have the same values and ethos as the Jews.

It is also designed to put the Jews before Christ—the people who killed Christ and rejected his message before Christ.

Before, people just said “Christian” ethics.

Jesus was “the sixth rule” mentioned a few posts back (appropriate because “6” is also the number of love).

The Ten Commandments were not complete because they didn’t have “the sixth rule”.

The sixth rule is that you should be prepared to drop any other rule rather than “commit a barbarism”.

This is why Jesus completed the 10 Commandments—and why he was the Messiah for the Jews.

He was the heart—without the heart you just have rules, you’re hard-hearted (like Shylock).

The heart isn’t soft, the heart isn’t hard—the heart sees.

So when it sees hypocrisy in the Temple it whips the moneylenders—and when it sees hypocrisy in those who would stone a woman for adultery it says not to stone her.

It is neither hard nor soft—it just sees.

Women, Jews, and computers have no heart—because, as Joseph Campbell observed, “they’re all rules and no mercy”.

The Jews need to accept Jesus—because he came to complete their law.

And “Judeo-Christian” is a lie to destroy the heart.


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