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Christianity is a monotheistic religion based on the life and teachings of Jesus Christ as the Son of God as presented in the New Testament. Jews reject this premise.

Christianity has been marked by numerous theological and doctrinal disputes resulting in the Reformation and subsequent splits into many different Christian denominations. The world's two largest churches remain the Orthodox (many Slav branches) and the Roman Catholic.

The Roman Catholic Church and Jews

Until the later 20th century the Roman Catholic Church continued to condemn Jews as the murderers of Christ. The adoption of Political correctness forced them to abandon this position as seen in the new Schema of "Vatican II".[1] Professor Kevin MacDonald has argued that the Roman Catholic Church in part is an anti-Jewish movement due to resource competition between Jews and non-Jews and in response to the Jewish group evolutionary strategy[2][3]

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