Monday, June 03, 2013

Ex-Kaiser Wilhelm on the Controversy Between Christianity and Judaism, 1926

Here's something interesting. An article - actually, compiled from a written correspondence - in English by the ex-Kaiser Wilhelm II. The topic: that the Jews simply won't accept the divinity of Jesus, and that is an unbridgeable gap. Note his written text (in English) on p. 5 (660), about Moses Mendelssohn.


  1. In "The Provincials: A Personal History of Jews in the South," author Eli Evans recounts that he was often asked as a child why he didn't believe in Jesus. The answer he developed was, "I sure do agree with you that he was the most perfect man that ever lived and the best teacher, but we just believe in the Father alone." When even that didn't satisfy some, he would drop his "ace in the hole" that would leave them "crumpled and confused": "Jesus was a Jew, you know, and so was Mary and all the disciples too."



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