then why do the Jewish people take so much flak for "killing him"? Wasn't that what was supposed to happen? Why is this seen as a bad thing, when he needed to die, to accomplish his (or rather God's) Earthly goal? I recently asked this question elsewhere, and most people didn't seem to be aware of the antisemitism held by many (obviously not the majority of) Christians, to be able to offer an explanation that was enlightening.
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Answer by lilangilyn at 10:11 AM on May. 7, 2011
God The Father allowed the people, both Jews & Romans to be what they were. The Jewish leaders were "large & in-charge" among the Jewish people. They wanted to remain in charge & Christ was a Threat to them. He had taught in "their" temple & people were listening to Him, for as the Word says, "He taught as One having Authority." They were afraid He would reveal their True motives & they'd lose their high position & power over the people. The Romans only "played their part to fulfill Old Testiment Prophicies.... God allowed things to unfold just as He & Christ already knew they would & were prepared for! This was the Only answer to save the Lost & dieing world! Ultimately, No one killed Christ Gave His Precious Life for me & you, Thank You my Lord!!!
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