Who Killed Jesus?


Copied from the sermon notes of Pastor Don Elmore

January 28, 2024

Scripture Reading: Acts 5:30:

“The God of our fathers raised up Jesus, whom ye slew and hanged on a tree.”

Who is the “ye” in this sentence? Who this pronoun represents identifies at least one of the killers.

Who is represented by the pronouns in the Bible is a big key to understanding the Scriptures. A pronoun can never be used first before the noun that it represents. The noun must be used before a pronoun is used to replace it. Pronouns refer to a noun that has already been mentioned. If the pronoun is used first, then the reader doesn’t know who it represents.

So, who “ye” refers to must be found in the text that is before verse 30. We will quote some previous verses and see if we can find the noun that the pronoun “ye” is referring to. Whoever “ye” is representing, is guilty of attempting to murder Jesus Christ. You can’t tell who it represents unless you read the previous verse or verses. We will start by reading verse twenty-five:

25) “Then came one and told them [ ? ], saying, Behold, the men whom ye [ ? ] put in prison are standing in the temple, and teaching the people.”

An officer came and informed someone that the men whom they had put in prison that previous night, were now no longer there.

To find who the pronouns in this verse represent, we will go back and read the entire passage of Acts chapter five. We find that the apostle Peter challenged the greed of Ananias and his wife Sapphira by asking them a few questions, and when they answered wrongly, they immediately fell dead because they had lied to the Holy Spirit.

Immediately, afterwards, great fear came upon all the church. And then, by the apostles, were many signs and wonders among the people. A multitude came out of the cities close to Jerusalem, bringing sick folks and them which were vexed with unclean spirits: and everyone who came was healed.

Then we come to verse seventeen:

17) “Then the high priest rose up, and all they [rest of the Sanhedrin] that were with him [high priest], (which is the sect of the Sadducees,) and were filled with indignation,

18) And laid their [Sanhedrin] hands on the apostles, and put them[apostles] in the common prison.”

From these two verses, we learn that the high priest and all that were with him were of the sect of Sadducees. The Sadducees were Edomite Jews who did not believe in angels, spirits, or the resurrection. And they were “filled with indignation”?

Indignation at what? That the apostles had healed every sick and vexed person that came to them from all the cities? No, that wasn’t what made them so angry. It was that the apostles were preaching the resurrection of Jesus Christ which the Sanhedrin did not believe in and therefore, the Sanhedrin hated the apostles.

A little bit of history. The word Sanhedrin refers to a religious court. During the time of Christ, there were two Sanhedrins operating in Jerusalem. The first of which was a 23-member court run by the Sadducees that handled local affairs. In the larger counterpart, the Great Sanhedrin, was comprised of 70 elders with a president, who in the time of Jesus was Gamaliel.

Acts 5:25 shows these two Sanhedrins came together to eliminate the newly formed Christians, especially their leaders, the apostles. The Great Sanhedrin functioned much like a combination of the Senate and the Supreme Court in the United States, and most of its members were made up at this time of Edomite Jews that were Pharisees from the school of Shammai.

So, the local Sanhedrin put the apostles, that had been performing miracles by healing the people of their sicknesses, in prison for preaching that Jesus, who had just been murdered, was resurrected. The Sanhedrins had enmity in their hearts against these close followers of the LORD.

What happened next?

19) “But the angel of the Lord by night opened the prison doors, and brought them [apostles] forth, and said,

20) Go, stand and speak in the temple to the people all the words of this life.

That night, the angel of the Lord came and opened the prison doors and let the apostles loose. This verse (verse 19) doesn’t explain who the angel was or give any the details of how he was able to go in the prison, unlock the doors and let the apostles out. Besides the apostles being let out, no one else knew. It was another miracle.

After freeing the apostles, the angel gave them instructions of what they were to do next. The angel told the apostles to go back in the morning to the temple and speak to the people all the words of this life.

21a) “And when they [apostles] heard that, they [apostles] entered into the temple early in the morning and taught.”

The pronoun “they” used twice in this verse are the apostles who were just freed from the prison by the angel that night. Early the next morning, they obeyed what the angel had told them to do and went to the temple and began to teach the people.

What do you think happened next?

21b) “But the high priest came, and they [rest of the Sanhedrin] that were with him [high priest], and called the council together, and all the senate of the children of Israel, and sent to the prison to have them [apostles] brought.”

The Sanhedrin was ready for their meeting, and they sent for the apostles they had put in prison the night before. What happened next put the Sanhedrin in a tizzy.

22) “But when the officers came, and found them [apostles] not in the prison, they [officers] returned and told,

23) Saying, The prison truly found we [officers] shut with all safety, and the keepers standing without before the doors: but when we [officers] had opened, we [officers] found no man within.

24) Now when the high priest and the captain of the temple and the chief priests heard these things, they [Sanhedrin] doubted of them [officers] whereunto this would grow.”

This gives us enough information to fill in the pronouns that we identified in verse twenty-five in the beginning of the sermon. 

25) “Then came one and told them [Sanhedrin], saying, Behold, the men [apostles] whom ye [Sanhedrin] put in prison are standing in the temple, and teaching the people.

26) Then went the captain with the officers, and brought them [apostles] without violence, for they [officers] feared the people, lest they [officers] should have been stoned.”

Then it was reported to the Sanhedrin by one of the officers, that the apostles that they had put in prison the night before were now standing in the temple teaching the people. The report the Sanhedrin received from the officials was staggering. The officers had found everything in place as they had left it except for the apostles, who were prisoners. And they were at a loss to know how these prisoners escaped and what new thing would happen next.

The captain traveled with the officers and once again captured the apostles. They did it very civilly because they feared the people. If they had done it with violence, they were terrified that the officers would have been killed.

It was the people who were being taught by the apostles who were prepared to defend the miracle-working apostles that held the men sent from the Sanhedrin in check. Who were the people that the officers were afraid of? It was the Judahite Judeans that were being preached to by the apostles.

27) “And when they [officers] had brought them [apostles], they [officers] set them [apostles] before the council: and the high priest asked them [apostles],

The high priests who were part of the council asked the captured apostles a question and then made a statement.

28) Saying, Did not we [Sanhedrin] straitly command you [apostles] that ye [apostles] should not teach in this name? and, behold, ye [apostles] have filled Jerusalem with your [apostles] doctrine, and intend to bring this man’s blood upon us [Sanhedrin].

29) Then Peter and the other apostles answered and said, We [apostles] ought to obey God rather than men.

We now can correctly identify the nouns that the two pronouns represent in verse thirty.

30) The God of our [apostles’] fathers raised up Jesus, whom ye [Sanhedrin] slew and hanged on a tree.”

Peter and the apostles answered the Sanhedrin that they ought to obey their God rather than this religious organization. That implies that the Sanhedrin was not of God. The Sanhedrin was accusing the apostles of saying that they, the Jewish Sanhedrin, were guilty of attempting to assassinate Jesus.


There are more people of Christendom and Christian-Identity who disagree with the view that was just presented. But there is a huge problem that they are unable to defend if they disagree. The problem is if the apostles said that:

  1. Instead of the Sanhedrin being guilty of the slaying their Savior, that it was,
  2. Just the Judahite Israelites who were guilty, then
  3. Why would the Sanhedrin want to put the apostles in jail and murder them?

The book, Eve: Did She or Didn’t She is a book that is responsible for a lot of this misbelief in Christian-Identity circles. This book was not only written by a universalist but contains many false doctrines. One false doctrine that it teaches pertains to today’s topic: Who is guilty of the murder of Jesus? Here is a quote from the book:

“The Apostle Peter clearly lays the blame for the death of Christ squarely on the shoulders of those to whom he was preaching, among whom were the three thousand Judahites whom he baptized into Yahushua on the day of Pentecost. It is time for us to cease blaming someone else for our own sins and for the sins of our forefathers. We killed our own prophets and Yahshua the Messiah, and if we will not acknowledge this fact, then we must also be prepared to admit that Yahshua began his New Covenant church with three thousand sons of Satan” (Page 78).

The writer of this view, Ted Welland, says that the apostle Peter did not blame the Edomite Jews for the killing of Christ, but that Peter’s own people, the Judahite Israelites, “killed…Yahshua the Messiah.” This sounds very similar to what the Messianic Jews refer to Jesus as being--their Messiah.

He is saying that the Apostle Peter accused ONLY White Christian Israelites, not Jews, of the murder of Jesus Christ. And he continues, that if this statement is NOT true, then we must admit that the New Covenant Church was started with three thousand sons of Satan.

The writer forgot to mention that most of the Israelites (over 95%) were not living in Judaea at the time and very few even knew that Jesus was alive, let alone how He died. They knew nothing of His ministry. Most of the inhabitants of Jerusalem were Edomite Jews and there was only a small remnant of pure Judahites living in Jerusalem at this time.

Peter later accused the Edomite Judeans when he was arrested by the Jews, but now he accused those that they influenced to their view—the Judean Judahites. Weiland forgot to mention that Peter advised them, after they asked what they should do, to repent and be baptized (verses 37 and 38). The Edomite Jews cannot repent for they are not of His sheep.

Weiland continues by writing in his book:

“Chapters 3, 4, 5 and 7 of the book of Acts provide us with four more witnesses regarding who was truly responsible for crucifying our Messiah:” (Page 78).

Again, he uses the term “our Messiah” the same as the Messianic Jews do. We will investigate these four chapters and see what they are saying.


We will start with a quote from Weiland’s book:

“And when [the Apostle] Peter saw it, he answered unto the people, Ye men of Israel…The God of Abraham, and of Isaac, and of Jacob, the God of our fathers, hath glorified his Son Yahshua; whom ye delivered up, and denied him in the presence of Pilate….Butye denied [Yahshua] the Holy One and the Just…[and] killed the Prince of life, whom God hath raised from the dead…And now, brethren, I wot that through ignorance ye did it, as did also your rulers (Acts 3:12-17)” (Page 78).

The writer again left out what it says in just two more verses, i.e., verse 19.

Act 3:19:   Repent ye [pure seed Judahites] therefore, and be converted, that your [pure seed Judahites] sins may be blotted out.”

Only the men of Israel could repent. The Edomite Jews (descendants of Esau) were the fig tree that God never planted. They were not of His sheep. They could not repent. The men of Israel were persuaded by the Edomite Jews of wanting Barabbas rather than Jesus, and therefore shouted for the crucifixion of Jesus. They did it ignorantly.

So, we agree with the writer on these passages that some of the true seed line of the Israelites were guilty of shouting for His crucifixion, but added that the true Israelites repented of their sin and were converted.


Next the writer, Ted Weiland, says:

“And it came to pass on the morrow, that their [Judahite Israelites’] rulers, and elders, and scribes, and Annas the [Levitical] high priest, and Caiaphas, and John, and Alexander, and as many as were of the kindred of the high priest, were gathered together at Jerusalem….Then Peter, filled with the Holy Ghost, said unto them, Ye rulers of the people, and elders of Israel…be it known unto you all, and to all the people of Israel, that Yahshua [the] Christ of Nazareth, whom ye crucified, whom God raised from the dead… (Acts 4:5-10).”

The writer omits the first four verses of chapter four of the book of Acts which give a significant meaning of who the people were in this chapter and leaves out much of the information in the six verses that he quotes. One needs to get the meaning of the pronouns by finding the correct nouns that precede it.

Acts 4:1-4:

1) “And as they [apostles Peter and John, verses 3:1, 3, 4, 6, 11, 12]spake unto the people, the priests, and the captain of the temple, and the Sadducees came upon them [apostles Peter and Paul],

2) Being grieved that they [apostles Peter and John] taught the people, and preached through Jesus the resurrection from the dead.

3) And they [Sanhedrin soldiers] laid hands on them [apostles Peter and John], and put them [apostles Peter and John] in hold unto the next day: for it was not eventide.

4) Howbeit many of them [pure seed Israelites] which heard the word believed; and the number of the men was about five thousand.”

The priests were the most ironfisted enemies of Christ. And the Sadducees were one of the chief opponents of Christ. They were both Edomite Jews. They did not believe in the resurrection or angels (Acts 23:8). The apostles were preaching, not only the death of Jesus, but His resurrection.

The Sanhedrin were grieved that the apostles were teaching the people about the recent resurrection of Jesus and wanted to stamp it out. So, they laid hands on both apostles Peter and John and held them in the prison for that night.

Weiland quoted the passages from Acts 4:5-10 which explain what happened the next morning. Let’s look at verses 5-7:

5) “And it came to pass on the morrow, that their [Sanhedrin] rulers, and elders, and scribes,

6) And Annas the high priest, and Caiaphas, and John, and Alexander, and as many as were of the kindred of the high priest, were gathered together at Jerusalem.

7) And when they [Sanhedrin] had set them [apostles] in the midst, they [Sanhedrin] asked, By what power, or by what name, have ye [apostles] done this?”

Who were the pronouns “their” and “they” representing? It wasn’t as the writer said: the Judahite Israelites. It was the Edomite Jews who were the rulers, elders, scribes, high priest, and the kindred of the high priest who were enemies of Jesus and His followers. The pronouns “them” and “ye” represent the Apostles Peter and John.

Charles Weisman agrees with what Weiland writes about in these passages, for he says:

“The Cain-Satanic seedline has problems and evil coming from without; an outside source, that being Satan. Who were the enemies of Israel in the Bible?  Most of them were offshoots of the Adamic race [false]. The Midianites, the Moabites, the Ammonites, the Edomites, the Amalekites [false], even a lot of the Canaanites. Remember Esau was your brother, and so was Cain [false], and so was Canaan, and so were those who stoned the prophets, and who killed Christ [false].

The truth is that all the evil associated with the Jew today is from within. That is, it comes from within people of the Adamic race [false]; those who were rejected by God, cursed by God, cast out etc. That is what, in part, constitutes the Jew today. Sort of the refuse of the Adamic race.

God throughout history has been pruning His vine, separating out from the original Adamic stock, people like Cain [false], and Canaan, and Esau, and others. In conclusion, the Satanic Seedline doctrine is not Scriptural, it’s not logical [false]; it is a false doctrine that I think we need to set aside and move on to the truth of what God has actually done in the earth ...” [false].

So, both these writers, agree with each other that it is NOT the Canaanite (today’s Jews) who are a prick and a thorn to the Israelites (Numbers 33:55), but it is the Israelites who are a prick and a thorn to the Jews.

The two Apostles were set amid the Sanhedrin, or grand council of the Jews. The Sanhedrin asked the two apostles by what power or name had they done this?

8) “Then Peter filled with the Holy Ghost, said unto them [Sanhedrin], Ye [Sanhedrin] rulers of the people, and elders of Israel.

9) If we [apostles] this day be examined of the good deed done to the impotent man, by what means he [impotent man] is made whole;

10) Be it known unto you [Sanhedrin] all, and to all the people of Israel, that by the name of Jesus Christ of Nazareth, whom YE [Sanhedrin] crucified, whom God raised from the dead, even by Him [Jesus Christ] doth this man stand before you [Sanhedrin] whole.”

Peter said to “them” the members of the Sanhedrin who were the rulers of the people and who were the elders of Israel. Peter says to them (the Edomite Jews who were the rulers) and to the people of Israel that it was “ye” the Edomite rulers who crucified Jesus Christ. And it was by Jesus that the man is standing before you whole.

15) “But when they [Sanhedrin] had commanded them [apostles] to go aside out of the council, they [Sanhedrin] conferred among themselves [Sanhedrin].”

Five verses later it says that the Sanhedrin commanded the apostles Peter and John to leave the council and then they began to confer among themselves. They decided to inform the two apostles to not speak anymore in the name of Jesus (verse 17), which, of course, they totally ignored.


Then the writer, Weiland, writes in one sentence  the condensation of the twelve verses of Acts 5. He quotes Acts 5:30 as being:

“…[Yahweh] The God of our fathers raised up Yahshua, whom ye [men of Israel – verse 35] slew and hanged on a tree… (Acts 5:24-35).”

He inserts “men of Israel” from verse 35 right after the pronoun “ye”. Remember, you can’t use a pronoun first to represent a noun that is given second. It is the reverse that is true.

Weiland says later, on page 79, an amazing statement, that: “There is not one passage in the entire Bible that indicts the Cainites or the Edomites for Yahshua’s assassination.”

He then continues, that: “If the seedliners insist that today’s Jewish imposters and their non-Israelite forefathers, instead of the Israelites, are the perpetrators of that most villainous of crimes, then the seedliners must admit that today’s Israelites, rather than being Celto-Saxons are instead today’s Jews” (Page 79).

He then goes on and says that: “The seedline hypothesis is an escape mechanism so that seedliners will not have to confess their own sins and the sins of their Israelite forefathers. Essentially, it is a new twist of “the devil made me do it” blame tactic. The seedliners’ excuse is “the sons of the devil did it.” Wrong! Our Israelite forefathers are to blame, not some imaginary seed line of Satan” (Pages 79, 80).

Weiland wrote that our Israelite forefathers are to blame, since one can’t blame some imaginary seed line of Satan! But over 95% of the Israelites were NOT even living in the land of Canaan at the time of the murder, so how can we confess the sins of our Israelite forefathers if they were not guilty of it? So how could they be blamed? And they also say that there are no other people to blame, for they are imaginary. So, they blame the only people that are left.

That’s all that the writer wrote to prove his hypothesis: That there were no descendants of Cain, the Canaanites or Edomites who tried to kill the Savior of the true Israelites. For they are imaginary! The serpent seed line does not exist. But that contradicts the words of our Savior, for they are the only seed line that could be charged with the murder of Abel (Matthew 23:25).

Weiland broke the rules of English and copied the three words in verse 35, which is after verse 30, instead of finding the nouns that the pronouns were replacing in the previous verses. If one just reads these four verses, he would be sure that it was the Edomite Jews who were members of the Sanhedrin council who were guilty of the attempted murder of our Savior.

The three words that he added are not what the pronoun is replacing, in fact, it is the opposite. That is a deliberate and deceptive method that he used to give the scriptures the opposite meaning of what they were saying.

If what Weiland says is true, then the Apostle Paul and John said that they are guilty of murdering their Savior along with the rest of the Judahite Israelites. The writer says nothing about the evil seed line because he doesn’t believe that there was or is one. He doesn’t believe that there is a physical or genetic enemy. He doesn’t believe that there is a serpent-seed line that has been at war with the people of God since the Garden.

He doesn’t believe that there is a physical enemy whose main goal is to destroy Christianity. The evil seed line of Cain has the power to print money out of thin air. They control judicial power, political power, economic power, religious power, media power, entertainment power, etc. They don’t believe that the Jew, the seed of the serpent, is the main enemy today. They have convinced the true Israelites in the Israelite nations that everything that they advocate is true.

There’s a war going on. And the art of war says that you must know who the enemy is. It’s not the evil that is in everyone; it’s the synagogue of Satan—the anti-Christian Jews.

Genesis 3:15:

15) “And I [Almighty God] will put enmity between thee [serpent, verse 14] and the woman [Eve, verse 13], and between thy [serpent’s] seed and her [Eve’s] seed; it [the woman’s seed] shall bruise thy [serpent’s] head, and thou [serpent seed] shalt bruise His [seed of the woman’s] heel.”

This is a prophecy of the conflict between the two seed lines. It contains a prophecy that wasn’t fulfilled until four thousand years later. A seed of the serpent would bruise the heel of the seed of the woman. This is the war that has been going on for six millenniums and will continue until the end of this age.

The ten tribes of Israel and most of the three tribes of the house of Judah were not even anywhere near Palestine when the Savior was crucified. They certainly weren’t guilty of the murder. You can’t be guilty of a murder if you weren’t anywhere near the place of the murder and/or had no knowledge of it taking place.

But most of the people living in Jerusalem were Edomite Jews. The Bible says that Jesus, when He was a young child, His parents did not take Him to Judaea to live because it was too dangerous.

John 7:1  “After these things Jesus walked in Galilee: for He [Jesus] would not walk in Jewry [the land of the Jews], because the Jews [evil seed Judeans] sought to kill Him [Jesus].”

They were the Edomite Jews who tried to murder the Savior close to two dozen times before the crucifixion. But the writer of this book does not believe that these people were even there. He says that they were all Israelites of the house of Judah.


And once again, the writer, Weiland, says that Acts 7:51-52 refers to the Israelites and not the Edomites. He writes:

“Ye stiffnecked and uncircumcised in heart and ears, ye [Judahite Pharisees] do always resist the Holy Ghost: as your [Hebrew and Israelites – verses 2-50] fathers did, so do ye. Which of the prophets have not your fathers persecuted? And they have slain them which shewed before of the coming of [Yahshua] the Just One; of whom ye have been now the betrayers and murderers (Acts 7:51-52, Page 79).

Wait a minute. Who is speaking in Acts 7 (verse 2)? It was Stephen, who was a pure seed Israelite who was full of faith and power and did great wonders and miracles among the people. There were Jewish men of the synagogue who caught Stephen and brought him to the council of the Jews: (Sanhedrin, Acts 6, verses 9-12).

There were false witnesses (verse 13) who lied against Stephen. And the high priest of the council asked Stephen if the lies given by the false witnesses were true. Stephen answered by giving a history lesson of the pure seed Israelites.

As the end of his defense, we come to verses 51 and 52. To whom was Stephen talking? It was the council or the Sanhedrin.

Acts 7:51-52:

51) Ye [Sanhedrin] stiffnecked and uncircumcised in heart and ears, ye [Sanhedrin] do always resist the Holy Ghost: as your [Sanhedrin] fathers did, so do ye [Sanhedrin].

52) Which of the prophets have not your [Sanhedrin] fathers persecuted? And they [Sanhedrin] have slain them [righteous ones before Jesus came] which shewed before of the coming of the Just One; of whom ye [Sanhedrin] have been now the betrayers and murderers:”

This popular writer says that the “ye” refers to the Judahite Pharisees or the Hebrew and Israelites – verse 2-50. But verses 2-50, Stephen is talking to the Sanhedrin about Israel’s history. When he says “Ye,” he is talking to the Sanhedrin.

Why would Stephen blame his own people for all the charges that the Sanhedrin made against him by false witnesses? Were the Judahites not circumcised? Did the Judahites always resist the Holy Ghost? Did the Judahites fathers also resist the Holy Spirit?

Which of the prophets have the fathers of the Sanhedrin not persecuted? The Sanhedrin have been the betrayers and murderers even of Jesus. What was the reaction of the Sanhedrin council after they heard the words that Stephen spoke.

Acts 7:54“When they [Sanhedrin] heard these things, they [Sanhedrin] were cut to the heart, and they [Sanhedrin] gnashed on him [Stephen] with their [Sanhedrin] teeth.”

And after they gnashed on him,“they [Sanhedrin] cried out with a loud voice, and stopped their [Sanhedrin] ears, and cast him out of the city and stoned him [Stephen]…” (Acts 7:57, 58).

Who murdered Stephen? If Stephen accused his own race of being guilty of murdering Jesus, do you think that the Edomite Jews would have been so angry at him? The murderers of Stephen “gnashed on him”, they “cried out with a loud voice”, and “cast him out of the city and stoned him’ because he accused THEM, the members of the Sanhedrin, of murdering His Savior.


The killing of Jesus Christ has probably been the single-most written event in history, and yet despite what the plain words of the gospel witnesses tell us, there is complete confusion as to who are the ones that are guilty. The accusation of “Christ killers” has been a proverbial “hot potato” passed around from one group to another — resulting in 2,000 years of finger-pointing, recriminations, and denials steeped in self-justification.

The traditional Christian view — promoted by the Catholic and Protestant churches — has been that “the Jews” killed Christ, but after intense pressure from powerful Jewish groups, the Catholic Church in the wake of Vatican II, officially exonerated “the Jews” and placed the blamed on “the Romans.” And the Protestant denominations — dominated by the evangelical Zionists — followed the lead of the Catholic Church and shifted the blame — again — onto “the Romans.”

But there are four major views on who killed Jesus that are being taught:

  1. The Roman soldiers are the only ones that are guilty of crucifying Jesus, (the Jews are innocent).

    This is the Catholic and most of the major Christian Zionist Protestant denominations position now. The Catholic Church under Pope Paul VI finally discredited the notion of Jewish deicide in 1964 in its “Declaration on the Relation of the Church to Non-Christian Religions”, published by the Second Vatican Council. The Declaration states that the crucifixion of Jesus “cannot be charged against all the Jews, without distinction, then alive, nor against the Jews of today.”

  2. The pure-seed Judahite Israelites are the only ones that are guilty of murdering Jesus Christ, (the Jews are innocent).

    This is Weisman’s and Weiland’s position. They are accusing less than five per cent of the Israelites of attempting to kill Christ. They refuse to blame, even though there are many Scriptures to the contrary, (what they call) the imaginary seed line of Satan.

  3. Every one of every race that Jesus died for, are responsible for the murder of Jesus, for He paid the debt of their sins (each person of every race, who has repented and who Jesus died for, are guilty of His murder).

    On the website (compellingtruth.org), it says that:  “Throughout history, there have been those who have sought to place the blame for the death of Jesus on one group or another. However, the Bible makes clear that many were involved in Christ’s death, both Jews and non-Jewish Gentiles. In addition, the reason Jesus willingly died was due to the sins of all people (2 Corinthians 5:21). In effect, we are all responsible for His death. Both Jews and Gentiles were involved in Christ’s death. And the death of Christ ended with His resurrection and the offer of salvation to all.”

  4. The Edomite Jews are guilty of attempting to murder Jesus Christ, beginning at His birth, and continuing to the end of His ministry. They are also guilty of plotting and planning His murder and influencing some of the Judahite Israelites to agree with their plan. But the few Judahite Israelites repented of their misdeed.

    The Jews couldn’t kill Him. Nor could the Romans or the Judahite Israelites. No one could. For only God the Father could do it. A created being is unable to kill the Almighty Creator!

Christ suffered death for His covenant people. The Jews are guilty of trying to kill the Savior and of murdering many of His followers. The Jews who are alive today have His blood placed on them by their ancestors.

Matthew 27:25b: “…His blood be on us, and on our children.”

They are guilty now of trying to destroy Christianity and all the pure seed Adamites.

No one could kill or murder Jesus Christ! Jesus gave up His own life. But there is one group who tried their best to kill him. And when they failed, they tried to lie about His resurrection. And when they failed at that, they killed most of His apostles, leaders, and followers. And today they want to destroy Christianity and its civilization.

Ted Weiland and Charles Weisman agree with the Catholic and most of the Zionist Protestant churches that the Jews are completely innocent of the murder of our Savior. But they don’t say that the Romans did it, but they accuse a new villain, the White Christian Judah Israelites.

Weiland says on page 79 of his book that: “There is not one passage in the entire Bible that indicts the Cainites or the Edomites for Yahshua’s assassination.”

One could be sarcastic and say that they agree with that statement, because there isn’t just ONE passage, there are multiple passages of Scripture that say the Edomite Jews are guilty of the assassination of Jesus. There are many scriptures that tell you that it was the Edomites, chief priests, elders of Israel, scribes, Pharisees, and Sanhedrin council that plotted the murder of Jesus Christ. And after that, they persecuted the apostles, the church members and everyone who believed in the Savior.

The Christians have been exploited by Zionism. The evangelical Zionists leaders especially. There are seventy million Christian Zionists in the world today. Christendom is being ruled by the Zionist, the enemy of Christianity.

This fourth position is my belief, which is in the minority of Christendom.


Here’s the first Scripture that tells of an Edomite that attempted to destroy Jesus when he was an infant:

Herod the Great was born in the land of Idumea or Edom around 74 B.C. He was the son of Antipater of Idumaean, who was a high-ranking official for Hyrcanus II. Herod was an Edomite (descendant of Esau) that had adopted the customs of the Jews. The land where they lived was taken from both parties: JUDah and IdumaEA = JUDEA.

Matthew 2:13“  And when they [wise men] were departed, the angel of the Lord appeareth to Joseph in a dream, saying, Arise, and take the young child [Jesus] and His mother [Mary], and flee into Egypt; and be thou [Joseph] there until I [the LORD] bring thee[Joseph] word: for Herod [Edomite] will seek the young child to destroy Him [Jesus].”

Matthew 12:14  “Then the Pharisees went out, and held a council against Him [Jesus], how they [Pharisees] might destroy Him [Jesus].

Matthew 21:38, 45, 46:

38) “But when the husbandmen saw the son, they said among themselves [husbandmen], This is the heir; come, let us [husbandmen] kill him [son], and let us [husbandmen] seize on his [son] inheritance.

45) And when the chief priests and Pharisees had heard His [Jesus] parables, they [chief priests and Pharisees] perceived that He [Jesus] spake of them [chief priests and Pharisees].

46) But when they [chief priests and Pharisees] sought to lay hands on Him [Jesus], they [chief priests and Pharisees] feared the multitude [pure seeded Judeans], because they [pure seeded Judeans] took Him [Jesus] for a prophet.”

Matthew 26:59 “Now the chief priests and elders, and all the council, sought false witnesses against Jesus, to put Him [Jesus] to death.

Matthew 27:1 “When the morning was come, all the chief priests and elders of the people took counsel against Jesus to put Him [Jesus] to death:

Matthew 27:20“But the chief priests and elders persuaded the multitude [pure seeded Judeans] that they [chief priests and elders] should ask Barabbas, and destroy Jesus.”

Mark 3:6 “And the Pharisees went forth, and straightway took counsel with the Herodians against Him [Jesus], how they [Pharisees] might destroy Him [Jesus].

Mark 11:18 “And the scribes and chief priests heard it, and sought how they [scribes and chief priests] might destroy Him [Jesus, verses 15 and 17]: for they feared Him [Jesus], because all the people was astonished at His [Jesus’] doctrine.”

Mark 14:55 “And the chief priests and all the council sought for witnesses against Jesus to put Him [Jesus] to death; but found none.

Luke 4:28, 29:

28) “And all they [Jews] in the synagogue, when they [Jews] heard these things, were filled with wrath.

29) And rose up, and thrust Him [Jesus] out of the city, and led Him [Jesus] unto the brow of the hill whereon their [Jew’s] city was built, that they [Jews] might cast Him [Jesus] down headlong.”

Luke 13:31“The same day there came certain of the Pharisees, saying unto Him [Jesus, verses 12, 15, 17, 18, 20, 22] Get thee [Jesus] out, and depart hence for Herod will kill thee [Jesus].”

Luke 19:47, 48

47) “And He [Jesus] taught daily in the temple. But the chief priests and the scribes and the chief of the people sought to destroy Him [Jesus].

48) And could not find what they [chief priests and scribes] might do: for all the people [pure seeded Judeans] were very attentive to hear Him [Jesus].

Luke 20:19 “And the chief priests and the scribes the same hour sought to lay hands on Him [Jesus, verses 8, 9, 17]; and they [chief priests and scribes] feared the people: for they [chief priests and scribes] perceived that He [Jesus] had spoken this parable against them [chief priests and scribes].”

John 5:18 “Therefore the Jews sought the more to kill Him [Jesus, verse 17], because He [Jesus] not only had broken the sabbath, but said also that God was His [Jesus] Father, making Himself [Jesus] equal with God.”

John 7:1 “After these things Jesus walked in Galilee: for He [Jesus] would not walk in Jewry [land of the Jews], because the Jews [wicked seed that lived in Judaea] sought to kill Him [Jesus].”

John 8:59 “Therefore they [Jews, verse 58] picked up stones to throw at Him [Jesus]; but Jesus hid Himself [Jesus], and went out of the temple.”

John 10:31 “The Jews took up stones to stone Him [Jesus].”

John 11:7, 8:

7) “Then after that saith He [Jesus, verses 4, 5 and 6] to His [Jesus] disciples. Let us [Jesus and His disciples] go into Judaea again.

8) His disciples say unto Him [Jesus], Master, the Jews of late sought to stone thee [Jesus]; and goest thou [Jesus] thither again?”

John 11:53, 54, 57:

53) “Then from that day forth they [chief priest and Pharisees council, verse 47] took counsel together for to put Him [Jesus]to death.

54) Jesus therefore walked no more openly among the Jews; but went thence unto a country near to the wilderness, into a city called Ephraim, and there continued with His [Jesus] disciples.”

57) “Now both the chief priests and the Pharisees had given a commandment, that, if any man knew where He [Jesus] were, he [any man] should shew it [where Jesus was] that they[chief priests and Pharisees] might take Him [Jesus].”

During the time of the early 1900’s, the Jews were seen as a kind of anti-race, dangerous inhuman beings. They were viewed as parasites, or as devils, that is, inhuman creatures with super-human powers; a threat to the very existence of the world, and a radical danger that required a radical, total, and irreversible solution. What happened?

Sarah Silverman quote in a stand up comedy routine about who killed Jesus.  She claims that this was just a part of her racist stand up comedy routine, but at https://boundingintocomics.com/2022/01/03/sarah-silverman-declares-she-loves-the-teachings-of-jesus/ there is also a picture of her cheerfully holding a blasphemous Jesus Dress Up magnet set, given to her as a gift from atheist Normal Bob Smith.There are many more scriptures that tell of the Jews’ hatred and persecution of the apostles and followers of their Savior. They could never kill Jesus, but they kept on trying. The Jewish comedian, Sarah Silverman jokes that if the Jews had failed the first time, she would do it now.

“I [Sarah Silverman] hope the Jews did kill Christ, [if they didn’t] I’d do it again in a second.”

But they couldn’t kill Him. They beat Him, put Him up on a cross, threw rocks at Him till He was marred more than any man, and they still could not kill Him. He voluntarily gave up His life.

But they, the anti-Christians, have killed a multitude of His followers. They are out to destroy Western Christian Civilization. They desire to rule the world. They are the enemy of everyone but themselves.

Who is guilty of the murder of the LORD God of Israel? The Romans aren’t. The Edomite Jews aren’t. The Judahite Israelites aren’t. For the LORD God of Israel took His own life.

The Edomites tried very hard to kill Him, but they couldn’t. They wanted to be the murderers of Jesus Christ, but they couldn’t achieve it. But they have, since His murder, killed millions upon millions of His followers. They are the enemy of both Christ and His followers.

Even the Jews, Christ’s and Christians’ eternal enemy, declare that the New Testament says that it was they themselves that attempted the murder of Jesus Christ. They even communicate that the Apostle Peter in three different sermons said that it was the Jews who attempted to killed Jesus. The Jews hated Christ and still abhor Him and His followers with every breath they take.

Blessed be the LORD God of Israel.