The Event Which Irrevocably Split Judaism and Christianity

Destruction of the Temple, Hayez (Public domain)

The Jewish revolt against Rome began in 66 CE two years after the final completion of the temple in Jerusalem. The Jews of Palestine were tired of chaffing under the yoke of Roman rule and the divided society that Rome had facilitated in Jersusalem. After years of thinking about the idea and flirting with a…

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