Inscribed upon the cross when Jesus was crucified were the Latin words “Jesus Nazarenus Rex Iudeorum.” Pontius Pilate was the author of that famous inscription. Latin was Pontius Pilate’s mother tongue. Authorities competent to translate and pass upon the correct translation into English agree that it is “Jesus the Nazarene Ruler of the Judean.” There is no disagreement among them of that. The word ‘JEW’ did not occur anywhere in the English Language until the 18th Century. Jesus referred to himself as a Judean. The modern day ‘Jews’ were historically Khazars or Chazars, a Mongolian Nordic tribe who roamed northern Europe.
By Benjamin Freedman
Trade Paper: 144 pages