Should Christian churches publicly and explictly embrace Christian Anti-Semitism?

Yes, Jesus Christ was anti-Semitic in the Gospels and attacked Jewish religious leaders and Judaism.

St. Paul, after converting to Christianity from Judaism, became a serious anti-Semitic, who called on Christians to oppose Jewish ways and Jewish influences in the Christian church.

In Galatians in the New Testament, St. Paul curses Christian pastors who preach in support of Judaism/Israel and tell them to “Go to Hell!”

The New Testament is aggressively anti-Semitic, thus true churches of Jesus Christ around the world must openly and publicly embrace Christian anti-Semitism.

Are you a disciple of Jesus Christ?

Or are you a slave of the Jews and Israel, which killed Jesus Christ, according to the Gospels?

America’s Christian churches must follow Jesus Christ and not the world.  It is important for America’s churches to be openly and publicly anti-Semitic in its preaching, because it is the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

Preach the Gospel!