Jewish justice is wicked justice.

There is this woman asked another kid. (a tiny little girl) they say was caught committing adultery and was brought to Jesus to be stoned, “what I was wondering is.. ” says the kid “where was the man she was caught with, isn’t adultery supposed to be between two people, and both had sinned before God’s eyes, why did they want to kill the poor girl and left the man untouched? Moses said the two adulterers must be brought before the council and if they are found guilty, both are to be stoned.”

“well, the Pharisees kind of misinterpreted the scriptures” says the Reverend, they were indeed very cruel to their own people, some sins they regarded as crime to the whole community , anyone found guilty of them is to be gotten rid of immediately. Lest the whole community suffers.

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