This reconsideration of the New Testament, in particular the Gospels, examines how they have combined to promote anti-Jewish ideas through the ages. Dr Gray proposes that many of the stories that make up the foundation of Christian belief were deliberately modified by the authors in order to discredit the Jews of their own time and authenticate Jesus' role as Messiah. He argues that Jesus' Gospel of Love has been mixed by the Evangelists with sayings and actions, whether authentic or not, that have influenced anti-Semites since Biblical times, leading eventually to the massacre of the Holocaust. The New Testament is still published without drawing attention to these sayings and actions, or their power to arouse hostility to Jews.
Controversial, and paying close attention to authorised translations, Jesus' Gospel of Love and the Holocaust will change the way you read the New Testament for ever, regardless of your creed.