Sons of men always oppose the sons of God. – Part 2

It is here that I separate the ‘Jews’ into two categories, the rulers and the ordinary people. The ordinary Jew believed in Jesus, the Christ, the Messiah, while the rulers were jealous of Him and, as seen above, plotted and murdered Him. Jesus said to His Disciples: “Behold we go up to Jerusalem, and the Son of man shall be betrayed to the chief priests and the scribes, and they shall condemn Him to death, and shall deliver Him to the Gentiles to be mocked and scourged and crucified…” (Mt 20:18,19).

When the accusation is made that the Jews crucified Jesus, this statement is not fully accurate. The statement should read that the rulers of the Jews crucified Jesus. The ordinary Jew followed Jesus and it is from these humble ranks that Christianity has spread to the ends of the earth! God has blessed them. On the other hand, it is from the ‘rulers of the Jews’ that the Satanic cult of Satanism (Zionism) was formed. It is from these ‘rulers’ that the ‘sons of men’ has expanded throughout the earth..

Christianity flourished under the Catholic Church in the first 500 years. It spread throughout the world, gave us the Bible, and established the call of the Apostle Paul: “One body and one Spirit as you are called in one hope of your calling. One Lord, one faith, one baptism. One God and Father of all, Who is above all, and through all, and in us all” (Ep 4:4-6). This is the final victory of the Church.

About the year 500, the Coptics falling to pride and disobedience established their Egyptian church which is currently headed by a Pope Tawadros II.
About 1000 AD the Orthodox broke away and established their church each area ruled by a Patriarch. (In essence a patriarch is the ‘pope’ of his area).
About 1500 AD the Protestants broke away from the Church and today it is reported that they have some 30,000 different sects or cults. For further information on this see:
http://forums.catholic.com/showthread.php?t=96568and also

http://answers.ask.com/Society/Religion_and_Spirituality/what_is_the_protestant_religion