Erbaş, Ali
September 2003
Ekev Academic Review;Fall2003, Vol. 7 Issue 17, p95
Academic Journal
The sacred book of a religion is the most important source for it. In order to understand the approach of this religion to any subject, it is necessary to study the sacred book from this point of view. For Christianity, the primary source is the New Testament. In this article, whole books of the New Testament have been studied to establish the image of the Jews. It is obviously seen that, the New Testament has a negative approach in this regard and has used a very strict and harsh language. The Jews have been severely criticized in matters such as the crucifixion, the killing of their own prophets, their stubbornness, their dissensions, their telling lies etc.


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