So don't forget,people,He WAS a JEW. He was also a RABBI. Which
means Teacher...Right? And what did He teach?How to be a good living JEW.that's what.NOT Christianity. That came much later.In my opinion,mores the pity
Her endeth the lesson.Peace to you ALL my Brothers and Sisters!
Roman Catholic Church (moved to Rome by Peter after he fled Jerusalem) was founded by God-made-man, Jesus Christ. He said: "Thou art Peter, and upon this rock I will build My Church, and the gates of hell shall not prevail against it... Feed my lambs; feed My sheep" (Matt. 16:18,19; John 21:15,17). He also said: "He who is not with Me is against Me, and he who gathers not with me scatters" (Matt.12:30).
These biblical passages would be considered the beginning of the Catholic Church, since Peter was the first Bishop of Rome, which is another name for the Pope.
Assuming Jesus existed he would have been of the Jewish religion.
against his father, a daughter against her mother, son in-law against his father-in law, and so on. In short he brings division. Our faith and belief divide us into different religion. It is what we believed and what we do that is important.
The jew refer to abraham as their father. Jesus said, " before abraham is born I am.
Therefore if we asked what religion did jesus follow is the religion of abraham. Or abrahamic
religion. The first religion before Judaism, christianity and islamic. Circumcision is the covenant
of abraham to god and so with moses. Jesus was presented in the temple after 40 days from his birth, the practice of the jew from the time of Abraham to up to the birth of jesus. Jesus came to fulfil the prophecy, so he follows the existing tradition from abraham. Remember this: No baptism, no holy spirit, no holy spirit, no redemption, no, salvation. That is the the mission of coming of jesus. Amen.
Jesus was an exemplary Jewish person, he read the Hebrew scriptures and quoted them from a very young age (12 yrs old).
Jesus followed true Christianity, if you actually believe it to be correct. This is the problem I find with the New Testament.
First, who has higher authority, Jesus or Paul? Obviously Jesus, since he is the son of god. When Jesus was baptized he was baptized under God's name. He also said to follow in his footsteps, and what he does, to also do likewise.
However, Paul states that in order to be a baptized Christian, you must be baptized in Jesus' name. Yet... Jesus was baptized in God's name and according to Jesus Christians are to follow Jesus likewise. This shows me that in a few areas, Paul had no idea what he was talking about.
So, yes, Jesus followed true Christianity be being baptized under God's name.
Jesus was not a Jew. He was not a resident of Judaea.
Jesus was a Nazarene (a city in Galilee), thus the title: Jesus of Nazareth.
Jesus was a Galilean. He was a resident of Galilee.