In terms of influence the Jews were only a footnote in history compared to other civilisations like Egypt, Greece, Ethiopia, Hittite, Assyria, Babylon, and Persia.
In fact Jewish racial laws and customs would not have even allowed them to trade, or exert much cultural or political influence over their neighbours, let alone the known World. Neither were they ever known for their conquest or military might.
Furthermore, theologians and historians argue that Jesus’ ministry spanned only between two to three years. Even his cousin, (John the Baptist) was more widely known and respected than Jesus.
So, how did Jesus a little known carpenter, who started his ministry around the age of thirty, who was largely seen as an agitator, who was so unpopular so much so that the people opted for the release of Barrabas when they had the choice. How did Jesus go on to leave such a legacy?
Dear friends, the lazy answer will be through God’s providence, however, the same could be said for the success of the French Revolution or even the Arab Spring.
Join us this Sunday as we explore some of the core Teachings of Jesus within my series: God was in Christ.
3pm – 4:30pm
The Parish Hall
St John’s Sidcup,
Kent DA14 6BX
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👍🏾👌🏾👏🏾👏🏾Interesting!!! It is not about popularism it is about actions speaking louder than the theory such as laws and traditions that intend to bound minds of many