The Jewish people ("the people of Israel") do not believe Jesus was a god. Neither do Muslims, although they hold him in great respect as one of the greatest prophets, second only to Mohammad.
Christian belief about Jesus's divinity is much more complicated. He is generally given the title "the son of God" but he is represented in the Holy Trinity as "God the Son" and most Christians believe he was both fully human and fully divine.
Like I said, complicated.
This page might help: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trinity
No, they don't. They don't belief in him at all. They are still waiting for the "Messias". The Bible don't say that he was the Allmighty God, it says that he was the Son of God. And so he said himself.
The people of Israel only believe in the Old Testament. They are still waiting for the Messiah to come. They do not believe that Jesus is God.
Do you know what nations constitute Israel? If you think it's only the Jews then you are completely deceived or poorly taught, possibly both.
If you knew who Israel was you would then know that quite a few of them believe that Jesus is God.
Here is where the Gospel message went:
James 1:1 (KJV) James, a servant of God and of the Lord Jesus Christ, to the twelve tribes which are scattered abroad, greeting.
To the twelve tribes which includes the erroneously called Lost ten Tribes.
Matt 10:6 (KJV) But go rather to the lost sheep of the House of Israel.
The Lord Himself gave His disciples the above instruction. The House of Israel is the so called lost ten tribes or the Northern Kingdom not the Jews. The Jews only represent one tribe - Judah.
People of Israel is a very General Term,
We can be more Specific as Jewish People,
Most of them do not believe in Jesus Christ as the Messiah,
but there are many who have started accepting Christ as their Saviour.
No. To acknowledge anything else as a deity would be a complete violation of the primary commandment of "NO OTHER DEITIES".
To address Born Agains fallacious understanding of biblical texts, Jews do not believe in the "Old Testament" but in the Torah or Tanach, the Masoretic Texts which are different from what the early xtian cultists filked to create into what became the Septuagint texts now referred in all their mistranslated versions as the xtian old testament.
I would further add that the lack of Jewish belief in the xtian demi-deity to be redundant as there is no evidence to support that an actual individual ever existed thus making the primary premises of the xtian cult to be totally fallacious. There is continual hullabaloo by the xtian cultists stating that their invented demi-deity met specific criteria that appear in Jewish mythology that legitimises their claims that their demi-deity is the Moshiach, however, whoever originally crafted the mythology for the xtian cult was not obviously Hebrew nor could read the original source materials in the languages which they were written and missed many essential qualifiers for Moshiach by parsecs.
There is a blending of mythological sources for the crafting xtian demi-deity that are actually Zoroastrian and Vedic in Origin and NOT Hebrew at all.
Allow me to also add, people who believe in polytheism are no longer Jewish in belief. They then become whatever polytheistic cult they now believe in religiously which is different than Jewish as a culture and ethnic identity.
some do some do not. Those that follow the law do not, those that have become disciples of Christ do. Only those that follow Christ will inherit earth (both old and new)and the kingdom of God for eternity. People of Israel are a nationality not religion, they must choose to accept Christ or not.
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