Spoke Gentile Language
by Willis A. Carto
there will forever be debate over the meanings of the words "Jewish"
and "Jew" and "Judah" and even the word "Israel"
as they are used both in the Bible, in subsequent historical and
religious teachings, and in modern usage itself, the late William
Dudley Pelley provided this illustrative capsule overview providing
a response to the question as to which branch of "the Jews"
did Jesus Christ belong. Pelley's answer:
Christ belonged to neither branch! Shocking as it becomes to modem
Christians, an examination of the evidence now coming to light
reveals that Jesus Christ was not a Jew or any other kind of an
Israelite! This, of course, strikes at the very core and heart
of present Christian doctrine. Nevertheless, sooner or later,
Aryan Christians have got to face the facts. It takes a whole
volume in itself to present these facts, but such a volume is
the first place, the only true Jews are descendants of the Tribe
of Judah, and even if Biblical bases be taken for argument, the
New Testament says in a score of places that He emphatically did
not come from that tribe. Christ was a Galilean .... Galilee got
its name from the Gauls, brought down by the Assyrian king when
he denuded the northern kingdom of Hebrews. The proper spelling
of the word should be Gaulilee. Over and over, too, the New Testament
writings speak of "Galilee of the gentiles." ...
genealogies of Christ in ... two New Testament gospels do not
determine the matter, since they do not agree, and since they
do not agree, neither one of them can be established as authentic.
Moreover, Jews reckoned genealogies through the father, always.
Christians are confronted by the dilemma that if they make a tenet
of their faith that Mary conceived Christ by the Holy Ghost, then
she did not conceive Christ by Joseph her husband; and if she
did not do the latter, then the Hebrew genealogies, tracing Jesus's
ancestry back to David and Abraham, are fabrications.
did not speak the prevalent Jewish tongue of the period; He conversed
in what was a gentile language. At no place did He Himself confirm
that He was a Jew, and the words before Pilate, "Thou sayest!"
were merely a colloquialism, not of acquiescence to Pilate's remark
but of the thought: "You're doing the talking, I'm keeping
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