Category Archives: Christian antisemitism

Day 8 We and our fathers have sinned.

EusebiusThe highly regarded church historian, Eusebius of Caesarea,  served as counselor to  Emperor of Rome, Constantine, who, as we shall soon see,  would turn the world upside down by claiming to be converted to Christianity and then legislating antisemitism with stringent laws forbidding  Christian interaction with Jews.

Eusebius’ thick volumes demonstrate fourth-century Christian identity confusion and its (mis)justification to render the Jews as worthless and cut off from God.  Continue reading Day 8 We and our fathers have sinned.