Christianity and Judaism are different branches on the same family tree. Built on the teachings of Jesus Christ — a Jew living in the land of Israel — Christianity shares with Judaism the sacred text of the Old Testament, a set of values rooted in ethical monotheism, and a belief in the infinite value of every human life. Despite these commonalities, the historic relationship between Christianity and Judaism has been marked by conflict, prejudice, persecution and tragedy.
For centuries, many parts of Christendom rejected Jews and perpetuated anti-Semitism. Jews were blamed for the death of Jesus Christ and for much of Christian society’s maladies. Across Christian lands, Jews were subject to prejudicial restrictions, violence, and worse — from the Crusades to the Spanish Inquisition to pogroms to the Holocaust.
The second half of the 20th century marked a turn for the better in the Jewish-Christian relationship, as a wide range of Churches and Christian …[READ ENTIRE ARTICLE BY CLICKING HERE: http://www.christianpost.com/news/christians-and-jews-must-battle-surging-anti-semitism-together-171764/