The term Judeo-Christian


The term Judeo-Christian is a hyphenated blasphemous misnomer that no knowledgeable Bible believing Christian should ever join together as one.

The term Judeo-Christian is not a Biblical term, moreover, Christianity did not grow or come out of Judaism; at least not as it is commonly perceived. Faith in the Messiah Jesus, who fulfilled God's symbolic Old Testament Law, is the foundation of Christianity, not the corruption of God's Law that was and is 
currently called Judaism. Christianity was not and is not founded on the religion that Jesus called "the precepts of men." 

It appears that the term Judeo-Christian was first emphasized in the 1800's but did not gain common usage until the latter half of the 20th century. It
can therefore be stated that Judeo-Christian is a secular term the origins of which are certainly not from God but rather from the precepts of men.

There is also a common misconception that what is called Judaism began with Abram/Abraham but that is not true.
However it is true that much of the foundation for understanding the salvation for all men, that the Messiah Jesus accomplished on the Cross, began with Abram/Abraham. The metaphor example for Christianity began with Abraham’s faith, trust, and obedience to God and his symbolic sacrifice of his son Isaac (symbolic because God provided the actual sacrifice; Gen 22:13).

Some people erroneously consider 
Romans 11:17-20 as indicating that a non-Jew becomes grafted into Judaism when they are saved, 
however that is not what Romans is saying. What it is saying is that the Jews were broken off from the root (the root being God/Jesus, John 15: 5-6) because of their unbelief, and by faith all believers have been grafted in. It is true that Israel, and those who were later called Jews, were the first branches but they were also the ones who were first broken off.

Therefore believers are not grafted into Judaism but into the presence, the salvation of God, Jesus. Judaism was broken off, destroyed and burned as prophesied in 
Isaiah 27:11. The formal, ritualistic, Judaism of the Bible is no longer in the world and it will never return (see 
section titled "What is modern Judaism"). 


​Moreover, modern Judaism (as well as the Judaism of the Bible) rejects Jesus as God, therefore Judaism embraces and worships a different god than Christianity. That factor alone should preclude any Christian from ever using the term Judeo-Christian in reference to their faith.     


P 15 The Judeo Christian Lie