I agree 100% with what Jay Bug said in his review 'A popular but misguided approach to the, "can't we all just get along" pluralism of our day. When the non-believing Jews told Jesus their father was Abraham, he told them they were terribly mistaken. He said, "If your father was Abraham you would have recognized me." Instead he told them their real father was the devil. Jesus certainly wasn't being an anti-Semite, he was a Semite, but he was telling them the truth. The notion that we worship the same God as non-Christian Jews is no different than the idea of embracing all religions as equal. Christians need to stop apologizing for Jesus and understand that what divides us is much greater than what unites us, because what divides us is God'. I could only add what Jesus said that those who dishonour Him dishonour the Father. Those who don't believe in Him, don't really believe in the Father.
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