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Who Killed Jesus?

The House of Representatives just passed H.R. 6090 (May 3rd, 2024) - This Act is called, the "Antisemitism Awareness Act of 2023."

The goal was to define Anti-Semitism so that law enforcement may more effectively prosecute those who violate the law and discriminate/persecute Jews.

The bill states that the official definition of Anti-Semitism is found in the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance (IHRA) description.

Many people are disturbed with the passage of this bill, due to its wording. The phrase of concern is highlighted in blue, above. This language is found on the following website -

The phrase "claims of Jews killing Jesus" is an area of concern because of its implications and historical use in promoting Anti-Semitism.

Who killed Jesus?

The answer to this question is obvious to some, but not to others.

It was predetermined that Jesus would die:

Revelation 13:8

8 And all that dwell upon the earth shall worship him, whose names are not written in the book of life of the Lamb slain from the foundation of the world.

However, Jesus, as God, would still be on that cross today if God had left it to man to kill him. The teaching of the Bible is that what God demands, God provides.

Jesus was “smitten” (struck dead) by God.

Isa. 53:4  Surely he hath borne our griefs, And carried our sorrows: Yet we did esteem him stricken, Smitten of God, and afflicted.

If H.R. 6090 stands, then even the Apostles Matthew and Paul would be guilty of "anti-Semitism."

A better question than who killed Jesus would be,

Have you received Jesus as your Savior?

Turn from everything else to Christ. He is the Savior. He died, was buried, and rose again for your salvation! He will receive you! Call upon Him now!

Rep. Roy issues statement on H.R. 6090

May 1, 2024

Press Release

WASHINGTON, DC — On Wednesday, Representative Chip Roy (TX-21) issued the following statement after voting on H.R. 6090:

"Anti-Semitism is evil. It has been the driving ideology behind some of the worst atrocities in human history, and it has no place in a decent and civilized society. It especially has no place whatsoever in any educational institution that receives taxpayer funding, an issue that has once again been pushed to the forefront by pro-Hamas protests coddled by leftist administrations at colleges across the country. 

The bill put before us today did not have a full committee hearing or a markup, which could have addressed some of the concerns many of my colleagues and I have with the potential implications of the underlying language. For example, the definition of 'anti-Semitism' used by this bill was created by an international organization and includes certain examples that pose First Amendment concerns. 

The House should never airdrop bills on the floor without adequate time for regular order, deliberation, and amendments — unfortunately that’s the way the House has been doing business since last fall.

This bill also simply doesn't go far enough. It is not good enough to merely ask the Department of Education to consider a definition of anti-Semitism in discrimination investigations; rather, we should cut off taxpayer funding to the supposedly 'elite' institutions that are poisoning the minds of our children and propagating this despicable behavior. 

Yes, Republicans should make it clear that the People's House stands opposed to anti-Semitism, but we could have done this so much better than we did today; we owe it to the American people to do better."

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